Eagles sign former Ravens defensive tackle
Earlier today, the Eagles made another move to bolster their defensive line, signing defensive tackle Willie Henry. Henry was drafted in 2016 by the Ravens and spent numerous seasons there but only played 17 games over three seasons due to injury. During his tenure in Baltimore, Willie recorded 4.5 sacks and seven tackles for loss.
Following the 2019 season, the 49ers brought in Henry, but he only appeared in one game before being let go this offseason. Henry will be one of several new linemen brought in this offseason, including Milton Williams, Ryan Kerrigan, and numerous others. Linebacker Joe Bachie was waived to make room but never saw any playing time with Philly. Bachie was signed from the New Orleans Saints’ practice squad back in December.
Currency, the Eagles, are undergoing modified OTAs, which, while voluntary, has seen a majority of the Eagles roster still show up. PFF also just conducted their defensive line rankings for 2021, including Fletcher Cox, Brandon Graham, and Javon Hargrave.
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