The Eagles signed safety Corey Graham during last year's Training Camp and won the Super Bowl for the first time.
Here's to history repeating itself.
Graham is back as the team re-signed him to a one-year deal on Sunday ahead of the first public practice at Lincoln Financial Field (gates open at 5 p.m., practice begins at 7 p.m. Tickets are sold out.).
Last season, Graham had 32 tackles, two interceptions, and four pass breakups. His biggest play was a fourth-down stop in the end zone late in the Week 15 win over the Giants. As the third safety who came on the field in the big nickel package, Graham played 64 snaps in the Super Bowl. He was also a key special teams player, as he tied for second on the squad with 10 tackles. Formerly of the Bears, Ravens, and Bills, Graham is entering his 12th NFL season. He will wear No. 24.
Tre Sullivan, a rookie free agent signing of the team last year, had served as the No. 3 safety behind Malcolm Jenkins and Rodney McLeod early in Training Camp.
The Eagles also added tight end Gannon Sinclair. The 6-7, 258-pound Sinclair played his college football at Missouri State where he had seven touchdown receptions as a senior. He first entered the league as a rookie free agent signing of the Arizona Cardinals in 2015. He will sport No. 48.
To make room on the roster, the Eagles waived safety Ryan Neal and waived/injured tight end Adam Zaruba.
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