Guard Mike McGlynn became the second of the Eagles' 10 draft picks to sign a contract.
McGlynn, a fourth-round pick from Pittsburgh (No. 109 overall), signed a 4-year deal.
Quintin Demps, a safety from UTEP also selected in the fourth round, signed a 4-year deal Friday.
Some background, courtesy of the Eagles press release: McGlynn (6-4, 311) was a three-time All-Big East honoree during his career at Pittsburgh. After shifting from tackle to guard as a senior in 2007, McGlynn went on to earn third-team All-America accolades after Pittsburgh’s offense amassed 981 rushing yards on 150 carries (6.3 average) and 15 TDs when running to his side of the field. He appeared in 47 games over his collegiate career and notched a streak of 43 consecutive starts since emerging as the team’s starting left tackle in 2004.