Former Eagles Defensive Back Cre’Von LeBlanc Lands a 1 Year Deal With a New Team
Former Eagles defensive back Cre’Von LeBlanc has found a new home, according to Josina Anderson. Le’Blanc has reportedly signed a one year deal with the Miami Dolphins. After three seasons spent with the Eagles, “Strap” has officially linked up with a new team on a new deal.
LeBlanc was never the biggest talent in the Eagles secondary, but for most of the time, he was somebody the team could rely on, at least for a spark on the defensive side of the ball. Cre’Von played three seasons with the Eagles, tallying 21 games played, 5 passes deflected, 26 solo tackles, and 2 tackles for loss. Cre’Von LeBlanc was a big piece of the 2018 team, giving us valuable playoff minutes versus the Bears and the Saints, and one memorable interception in the NFC Divisional Round.
First play of the game, Brees throws a ball up to Ted Ginn, and Cre’Von makes one of the highlight plays of the season, going all the way up to intercept the football and give the Eagles the ball to start the game. His career her wasn’t long, but it was highlighted with high leverage moments and reasons to scream ‘STRAP UP’ straight at your television.
The 26 year olds time with the Eagles is officially up, now signing with the Dolphins. The Dolphins got a solid cornerback, a player that will always be ready when his number is called. The hunt is still on for that CB2 to pair alongside Darius Slay, with different names being linked through twitter, rumors, and more.
Mandatory Credit: The Philadelphia Inquirer