The Eagles signed safety Brandan Bishop on Monday morning to round out their 90-man roster, which was left one man short after Earl Wolff was waived/injured before Saturday's preseason game against Baltimore.
Bishop, a 6-1, 208-pound player, went undrafted in the 2013 NFL Draft following four years as a starter at North Carolina State. During his rookie season, he joined the Minnesota Vikings' practice squad and then signed with the Atlanta Falcons' practice squad the following year. He was released by Atlanta in early May 2015.
During his time in college, Bishop appeared in 50 games for the Wolfpack, starting 46 games. He saw increased playing time each year, and in his senior season, Bishop notched 111 tackles, three interceptions and one forced fumble. The safety finished his collegiate career ranked fourth in program history with 12 interceptions.