The Eagles continued to tinker with their 53-man roster on Sunday when they added there players to the roster; Safety Terrence Brooks, LB Kamu Grugier-Hill and WR Bryce Treggs.

But the most interesting name of the group is Brooks, claimed off waivers from the Ravens, was a third-round pick in 2014, who has had an up-and-down career due to a knee injury suffered late in his rookie season.

Brooks has played in 23 games since joining the league, giving the Eagles some veteran experience now behind starters Rodney McLeod and Malcolm Jenkins.

Brooks underwent surgery to repair multiple torn knee ligaments in December, many idnt anticipate him being ready for the start of camp or the regular season, but if you talk to people who cover the Ravens, they will tell you the former Florida State star has flashed potential.

The Eagles now have Brooks and Jaylen Watkins, adding to the safety depth, with Watkins having very little experience as an NFL safety, moving from corner during camp.

Special teams ace Chris Maragos is also still on the Eagles roster and provides depth at the position, but Brooks as the potential to be a diamond in the rough for the birds.