Open Thread: Eagles Sign Undrafted Free Agents

With the draft wrapped up, we'll update this thread as news of the latest Eagles additions rolls in.

Byron Marshall. (USA Today Sport)

Byron Marshall. (USA Today Sport)

With the draft wrapped up, we’ll update this thread as news of the latest Eagles additions rolls in.

10:51 — San Diego State guard Darrell Greene tested positive for marijuana and was one of five players suspended for the first six games of last season for a violation of team rules.

9:21 — The 6-5, 308-pound tight end from LSU, Dillon Gordon, played in 42 games during his career.

9:20 — Texas receiver Marcus Johnson played in 42 career games with 18 starts.

9:16 — Maine center Bruce Johnson won the Rimington Award last season for being the top center in the FCS.

9:07 — Arizona receiver Cayleb Jones transferred from Texas after punching a Longhorns tennis player and breaking his jaw.

8:32 — West Virginia long snapper John DePalma started all four seasons in college.

8:25 — Cornerback C.J. Smith ranks fourth in North Dakota State single-season history with 20 passes defended.

8:12 — Incarnate Word linebacker Myke Tavarres recorded 110 total tackles last season, including 22.5 tackles-for-loss, and he led his conference with 8.5 sacks.

8:08 — Valdosta State running back Cedric O’Neal finished his career with more rushing yards (4,145) and rushing touchdowns (49) than any back in school history.

7:35 — Oregon’s Byron Marshall accumulated more than 1,000 rushing yards his sophomore year and more than 1,000 receiving yards his junior season.

7:23 — Washington State defensive lineman Destiny Vaeao ranked 10th in the Pac-12 in tackles-for-loss.

7:12 — Stanford defensive tackle Aziz Shittu earned Rose Bowl Defensive MVP honors against Iowa last season.

7:02 — Boston College defensive tackle Connor Wujciak recorded 12 tackles-for-loss last season, including 4.5 sacks.

7:00 — Utah State wide receiver Hunter Sharp was suspended for the first two games last season for a violation of team rules.

6:50 — Rutgers linebacker Quentin Gause started all 12 games last season at strong-side linebacker.