Former Stanford safety Ed Reynolds has agreed to terms with the Eagles on a four-year deal, making him the fifth of the Eagles' seven draft picks this year to agree to terms. Only first-round pick Marcus Smith II and second-round pick Jordan Matthews have not yet agreed to terms.
Reynolds took part in the team's rookie camp last week but is no longer at the NovaCare Complex because of league rules prohibiting him from working with the team prior to Stanford's graduation date. He'll have an interesting few weeks ahead.
The 6-foot-1, 207-pound former All-America selection will compete among the group of safeties on the roster come Training Camp.
Here's everything you need to know about Reynolds ...
Fifth-round pick S Ed Reynolds
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Scouting report on Reynolds
Reynolds' Draft Profile
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