NFL Free Agency: Birds Bring In Corner Tyler Hall

NFL Free Agency: Birds Bring In Corner Tyler Hall Stephen R. Sylvanie, USA TODAY Sports

The Eagles have added some more young depth to the secondary.

The team announced that they’ve signed CB Tyler Hall to a contract for the 2024 season.

Hall was actually on the Super Bowl LVI champion Rams roster.

Hall played his college ball at Wyoming, which is where former Eagles safety Marcus Epps played (they did overlap).

He was a fringe roster guy for the Falcons and Rams, who both used him on special teams for parts of the season in 2020 and 2021.

With the Raiders in 2022, he was able to grab the slot corner role at the end of the season. He was brought back in 2023 where he served as a top injury replacement.

Overall, he’s appeared in 31 games making six starts. More importantly, he’s been in 18 games to play defense (not special teams) over the last two years.

He’s recorded 40 tackles, a sack and four defensed passes as a corner those last two years.

Though it may not mean much, he was highly rated by Pro Football Focus in each of the last two seasons.

Hall would seem like a solid depth option for the Eagles at the worst.

At best, Vic Fangio may be able to unlock the potential he’s shown and the Eagles find themselves with a very low-cost corner option for the season.


Eagles Offseason Recap:


DE Brandon Graham

G Landon Dickerson

TE Albert Okwuegbunam

P Braden Mann

LS Rick Lovato

K Jake Elliott

Free Agents (Added):

DE Bryce Huff

RB Saquon Barkley

LB Zack Baun

OL Matt Hennessy

WR DeVante Parker

DB CJ Gardner-Johnson

LB Devin White

LB Oren Burks

DT PJ Mustipher

WR Parris Campbell

CB Tyler Hall


DE Josh Sweat


QB Kenny Pickett

Free Agents (Lost):

RB D’Andre Swift

QB Marcus Mariota

LB Nicholas Morrow

TE Jack Stoll

OL Sua Opeta

OL Jack Driscoll


C Jason Kelce

DT Fletcher Cox

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