While rookies and undrafted free agents can’t officially sign until Tuesday at 10 a.m. ET, contracts can be negotiated and essentially agreed upon this evening, and the Eagles have already been linked to several players, with TE Martell Webb being the latest undrafted rookie to agree to terms on a likely deal.
Posting on his Twitter account Monday evening that he’ll be “off to Philly in the morn,” Webb is a product of Michigan and will likely compete for the No. 3 tight end job on the Eagles’ roster with Brent Celek locked in as the starter and second-year man Clay Harbor slated to man the No. 2 role.
Webb visited the Jets among other teams prior to this year’s draft, and made two starts at the collegiate level in 2010. A four-year letterman, he primarily played a reserve/special teams role throughout his NCAA career, but arguably won’t hurt as camp competition on the Eagles’ expected 90-man offseason roster.