UK_EaglesFan89 Posted August 25, 2020 Share Posted August 25, 2020 Eagles reportedly bringing back veteran CB Trevor Williams The Eagles have agreed to contract terms with 26-year-old cornerback Trevor Williams, who they released last month, according to ESPN. Adam Schefter first reported the news. Williams has played in 39 games, starting 27, since making the Chargers as an undrafted rookie out of Penn State in 2016. He has three career interceptions, two in 2017 and one in 2018. The Chargers released him last October and he was claimed by the Cards. He played in two games, on special teams only, and then was released. The Eagles initially signed Williams on Jan. 10 and then released him on July 21 along with Keegan Render. The Eagles will need to make a corresponding move to clear roster space for Williams, who must clear through COVID protocol before joining the Eagles at practice. Williams joins a crowded cornerback room that includes projected starters Darius Slay and Avonte Maddox and slot corners Nickel Robey-Coleman and Cre’Von LeBlanc along with 2017 draft picks Sidney Jones and Rasul Douglas, 2019 practice squad member Craig James and undrafted rookie Michael Jacquet. However, Jones hasn’t practiced since last Tuesday, so Williams gives the Eagles an extra set of legs at least while he’s out. With 27 career starts, Williams instantly becomes the second-most experienced cornerback on the roster. Darius Slay has started 94 games, Robey-Coleman 23, Douglas 18, LeBlanc and Maddox 15 each, Jones eight and James one. https://www.nbcsports.com/philadelphia/eagles/eagles-reportedly-bringing-back-veteran-cb-trevor-williams Just to add another corner for camp the last few days of camp? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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