One of the Eagles coaching vacancy's has been filled.

The team has hired former Falcons defensive coordinator, Marquand Manuel, as their new secondary coach according to ESPN's Jeremy Fowler. Manuel joins Jim Schwartz defensive staff with a solid resume, as the coordinator during his time in Atlanta, and was the secondary coach during his time with the Seattle Seahawks.

He replaces Cory Undlin, who recently left to join the Lions as their defensive coordinator.

Manuel, who was a safety during his time as a player, spent last year out of the league following his two-year stint as the Falcons defensive coordinator.  He was consided a up-and-coming young coaching star, and is credited for his help in developing the Legion of Boom in Seattle before following Dan Quinn to Atlanta in 2015.

He was also the secondary coach with the Falcons for two seasons, before being elevated to coordinator.