The Eagles have acquired Cardinals guard Reggie Wells for a sixth-round draft pick in 2011.
Wells, entering his eighth NFL season, started all 16 games for a prolific Cardinals offense in five of the past six years. He could help address one of the Eagles' biggest questions: right guard, a job that has been held by the shaky Stacy Andrews.
Wells has also started six postseason games during his seven-year tenure with the Cardinals. He only played nine regular season games in 2005 because of a broken ankle, but otherwise has started every game for the Cardinals since the end of 2003. Most of those starts -- 78 -- were at left guard. Todd Herremans is firmly entrenched there for the Eagles.
"We’re adding a player that has started several seasons in the National Football League and has played at a very high level during the course of his career,” head coach Andy Reid said. “He has experience at several different positions along the offensive line and he will be a welcome addition to that group. You can never have enough depth at that position as you go through an NFL season.”