The Eagles have signed safety Sean Jones to a one-year deal worth $3 million.
"It feels good to be an Eagle," Jones said at a news conference to announce his signing. "I think I'm turning a new leaf in my NFL career."
Jones, a 2004 second-round pick by the Cleveland Browns, has 14 interceptions the last three years, but he found his first venture into the NFL free-agent market lukewarm after missing four games last season with an injury to his right knee that required arthroscopic surgery.
"I didn't want to sign a long-term deal with a team that I didn't feel like was family," Jones said. "A one-year deal here right now, I will be able to just come out and showcase my talent and hopefully we can let everything iron itself out from there."