The Philadelphia Eagles have agreed to terms with former Chicago Bears linebacker Nicholas Marrow on a two-year deal, the team announced Tuesday.

Morrow, 27, will likely play alongside Najobe Dean and replace Kyzhir White, who left the team to reunite with Cardinals head coach Jonathan Gannon, who served as Philadelphia’s defensive coordinator the past two seasons.

The team also lost T.J. Edwards in free agency,  who signed with the Chicago Bears.

Last year in Chicago, Marrow recorded 116 tackled, 11 of which were for losses, five passes defensed in 17 games played.

Before his time in Chicago, the LB played 62 games with the Raiders.

He originally was signed as an undrafted free agent out of Greenville University.

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