Terrell Edmunds, Eagles Agree To One-Year Deal

Charles LeClaire, USA TODAY Sports

Howie Roseman has previously gotten himself in trouble taking players of need in the draft rather than taking the best player available.

As such, Roseman is looking to fill some positional needs ahead of the draft.

On Friday, he did just that by signing safety Terrell Edmunds to the team.

Edmunds, a former first-round pick, has played all five previous seasons of his career across the state with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

He’s been a solid player in the secondary for them (five interceptions, five sacks, 26 defensed passes, 410 tackles) during that time. He has not been the splash play guy for the Steelers, however, recording interceptions in only three of those five seasons, having never recorded a forced fumble and recording just one fumble recovery.

Edmunds would likely figure to start but will compete with Reed Blankenship, K’Von Wallace and Justin Evans in camp.

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Jason Kelce

Boston Scott

James Bradberry

Fletcher Cox

Darius Slay (Extension)


Rashaad Penny

Greedy Williams

Marcus Mariota

Justin Evans

Nicholas Morrow

Terrell Edmunds


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Javon Hargrave (San Francisco)

Andre Dillard (Tennessee)

Marcus Epps (Las Vegas)

Kyzir White (Arizona)

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Gardner Minshew (Indianapolis)

Isaac Seumalo (Pittsburgh)

C.J. Gardner-Johnson (Detroit)

Zach Pascal (Arizona)