The 49ers on Tuesday lost a young offensive lineman off their practice squad.

The Philadelphia Eagles signed Tanner Hawkinson to their 53-man roster from the 49ers’ practice squad. The 49ers signed Hawkinson to complete their 10-player practice squad on Sept. 7 after Hawkinson was among the final cuts of the Cincinnati Bengals. Players on practice squads are considered free agents and can be signed to another team's 53-man roster at any point.

Hawkinson (6 foot 5, 300 pounds) was originally a fifth-round draft pick of the Bengals in 2013. He appeared in four games for Cincinnati during his first two NFL seasons.

The Eagles released center/guard Julian Vandervelde to make room on their roster for Hawkinson.

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The 49ers currently have two openings on their practice squad as Hawkinson is the second offensive lineman to receive a roster call-up in the past four days. The 49ers promoted guard Andrew Tiller to the 53-man roster on Saturday. The 49ers released veteran cornerback Shareece Wright to make the move.

Tiller saw 34 snaps at right guard, sharing time equally with Jordan Devey, in the 49ers’ 30-27 loss to the New York Giants on Sunday night.

On Tuesday, Wright signed with the Baltimore Ravens. The 49ers play the Ravens on Sunday at Levi’s Stadium.