The Eagles signed three players to futures contracts on Tuesday, including wide receiver Will Murphy, who spent much of the 2013 season on the Eagles practice squad. The Eagles also brought back wide receiver Ifeanyi Momah, who spent the 2013 offseason with the Eagles after signing with the team in the spring. Rounding out the group is linebacker Josh Kaddu, an Oregon product who was a fifth-round pick of the Miami Dolphins in 2012.
Murphy, 6-2, 193, originally signed with the Eagles as an undrafted rookie out of Oregon last spring. He totaled 240 receiving yards and one touchdown in 30 games with the Ducks. He had three catches for 26 yards for the Eagles in the preseason.
Momah, 6-7, 239, is a Boston College product who spent his first season out of college recovering from a torn ACL. He signed with the Eagles last March after working out for several NFL teams. At Boston College, he recorded 39 catches for 629 yards and six touchdowns. He recorded three catches for 42 yards this preseason.
Kaddu, 6-3, 246, is listed as an outside linebacker. He was released by the Dolphins in October after playing five games over two seasons in Miami. At Oregon, he played 40 games and made 108 tackles, including 10 sacks.
Murphy, Momah and Kaddu join the seven players signed by the Eagles on Monday to futures contracts as the most recent additions to the roster.
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