Golden Tate isn't the only recent acquisition from the Detroit Lions.
On Monday, the Eagles claimed cornerback Cre'Von LeBlanc off waivers from the Lions. To make room, the Eagles waived cornerback Dexter McDougle.
The 5-11, 190-pound third-year cornerback out of Florida Atlantic joined the Lions in 2018 and played in two games before being waived on Saturday. Prior to signing with Detroit in the offseason, LeBlanc played in 28 games and made 10 starts with the Chicago Bears. He originally entered the league as a rookie free agent with the New England Patriots in 2016.
LeBlanc played in 44 career games and notched 180 total tackles (133 solo) with 29 pass defenses and six interceptions in his college career.