Photo by Jim McIsaac / Getty Images

Photo by Jim McIsaac / Getty Images


After trading DT Isaac Sopoaga to the New England Patriots last Tuesday, the Philadelphia Eagles had an open roster spot to fill on special teams. Today, the Eagles announced they have added CB Curtis Marsh to the active roster.

Marsh, originally a third-round draft pick (90th overall) in the 2011 draft, was waived from the Eagles on September 5, 2013 with an injury settlement according to the Eagles official team site.

Marsh becomes the fifth cornerback on the Eagles active roster behind Brandon Fletcher, Cary Williams, Brandon Boykin and Roc Carmichael.

Marsh has appeared in 22 games since being drafted in 2011 and has recorded a combined total of just 14 tackles and two defended passes. Marsh is a productive special teams player which certainly makes this a low risk high reward potential on Eagles ST group.