Eagles agreed to terms with safety Kenny Phillips, formerly of the Giants, on a one-year deal and cornerback Cary Williams, formerly of the Ravens, to a three-year, $17 million contract today.

(Listen to Ravens radio analyst Qadry Ismail on the Sports Bash discuss Cary Williams)

There were whispers the Giants were thinking about franchising Phillips last week, but health concerns made them pass on that.  Phillips is a good coverage safety and will likely pair Phillips with fellow new acquisition SS Patrick Chung on their back end.

As for Williams, he was a starter on the Super Bowl champion Ravens and posted four interceptions along with 17 pass deflections and start opposite Bradley Fletcher while Phillips and Patrick Chung handle the safety spots.

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