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  1. Bobs My Uncle

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    Can someone list those players currently on the Pats roster, in addition to the draft picks, who are eligible for the practice squad please?

    Thanks
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    Thanks but that doesn't clear things up for me as the thread wasn't conclusive on who is or isn't PS eligible.

    For example. Are any of Mills, Childress, Britt, Mays, or S Thomas eligible to be placed on the PS?
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    Thomas and Childress are only under the Billy Yates rule (53-man roster must be full for the duration of their stay on the practice squad).

    Mills and Mays are. Britt isn't.
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    I believe that a player has to clear waivers before being placed on the PS. This means that, for example, while all new draft picks are eligible, many would be claimed hence would not be waived to begin with. Once on the PS, any other team can sign a player so long as the team is willing to place the player on the active roster for the next 3 weeks.

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