New England coach Bill Belichick always liked Greg Lewis and now the veteran Eagles receiver is working for the Patriots.
The Eagles officially announced that Lewis was dealt for an undisclosed pick in next month's draft and that the Patriots would also get an undisclosed pick in the 2010 draft. A team source said the Eagles' selection is a fifth-rounder and the Patriots will receive a seventh-rounder.
The team also announced that safety Sean Jones will visit the NovaCare Complex tomorrow. Given the Eagles' need at the position, it wouldn't be surprising if they signed Jones, who was a starter the last three seasons with the Cleveland Browns.
Brown, who played strong safety with the Browns, has 14 interceptions the last three seasons, including four last year when he was limited to 12 games because of arthroscopic knee surgery. Brown, who turned 27 Monday, started 16 games in 2006 and 2007 for Cleveland and had five interceptions each year. The recently departed Brian Dawkins only has six interceptions in the last three seasons with the Eagles.