In addition to adding a couple big-name receivers, the Eagles also brought in a veteran offensive lineman as free agency kicked off on Thursday.
The Eagles have signed former first-round guard Chance Warmack to a one-year deal. Warmack's deal is worth $1.51 million with a $500,000 signing bonus, and he can earn another $1.25 million in incentives, according to the USA Today's Tom Pelissero.
Warmack, 25, was the 10th overall pick out of Alabama to the Titans in 2013 but has been a relative disappointment since entering the league. He played the last four years in Tennessee, making 48 starts. His 2016 season ended after just two games because of a hand injury that landed him on IR.
Warmack (6-2, 323 pounds) played for two years in Alabama under Eagles offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland, who held the position with the Crimson Tide at the time. Maybe Stoutland will be able to help Warmack finally realize his potential in the NFL.
It's unclear what Warmack's role with the Eagles will be. At the very least, he'll fill a top backup spot. But if Jason Kelce is possibly on the move, Warmack could find himself in the starting lineup this season if Isaac Seumalo shifts to center.
Like Alshon Jeffery (more on him here), Warmack's contract is just a one-year prove-it deal. If Warmack proves himself this year, the Eagles will have the inside track to sign him before he becomes a free agent in 2017.
This is the second year in a row the Eagles signed an offensive lineman on a one-year deal. Last offseason, they signed veteran Stefen Wisniewski on a prove-it deal.
In addition to Jeffery and Warmack, the Eagles also added wide receiver Torrey Smith on Thursday, the first day of free agency.