The Eagles brought back cornerback Mario Goodrich to the practice squad after waiving him on Wednesday.
After being elevated from the practice squad for one game as a rookie in 2022 but not seeing any game action, Goodrich made his NFL debut in this year's home opener against Minnesota, playing 39 snaps on defense. He was active for the past three contests, playing 31 snaps on defense over that span and starting in the win over Los Angeles.
Goodrich was originally signed by the Eagles as a rookie free agent out of Clemson, where he finished with 69 tackles, 21 pass deflections, and five interceptions in 47 career games. Goodrich was a team captain as a senior as well as a National Champion in his freshman year.