The Eagles announced on Friday morning that they have agreed to terms with veteran tight end Dan Arnold.
Here's what you need to know about Arnold, who joins the team on a one-year deal:
• Arnold has played for the Saints, the Cardinals, Panthers, and the Jaguars in his six-year NFL career.
• Arnold just turned 28 years old in March. He is 6-foot-6, 240 pounds.
• In 59 career NFL regular-season games (11 starts), Arnold has 95 catches for 1,258 yards and seven touchdowns.
• Arnold was originally signed by the Saints as a rookie free agent in 2017 out of Wisconsin–Platteville. As a wide receiver, he was the conference offensive player of the year, accounting for 65 catches, 1,176 yards, and 16 touchdowns as a senior.
• Arnold was also the 2016 NCAA Division III runner-up in the 60-meter hurdles.
• Arnold's best season to date came with the Cardinals in 2020 when he caught 31 passes for 438 yards and four touchdowns.
• Arnold was traded from the Panthers to the Jaguars early in the 2021 season and followed up with 28 catches for 324 yards.
• Last season, Arnold had nine catches for 135 yards in 17 games as a reserve tight end in Jacksonville. He played 167 offensive snaps (15 percent) and 123 special teams snaps.