It was a busy week for the Philadelphia Eagles, to say the very least. After selecting 9 players via the NFL draft, which concluded on Saturday, the team assessed the field of undrafted talented and added 13 additional players to its roster on Sunday. The additions include a punter, long snapper, a tight end, a corner, a safety, two full backs, one running back, and five wideouts.
Those players are:
WR Elvis Akpla (6-1, 190, Montana State)
LS Matt Camilli (6-4, 245, UTEP)
TE Chase Ford (6-6, 245, Miami, FL)
CB Cliff Harris (5-11, 180, Oregon)
FB Emil Igwenagu (6-2, 245, Massachusetts)
WR McKay Jacobson (5-11, 199, BYU)
WR Damaris Johnson (5-8, 170, Tulsa)
WR Aaron Pflugrad (5-10, 182, Arizona State)
RB Chris Polk (5-11, 222, Washington)
FB Jeremy Stewart (6-1, 218, Stanford)
FS Phillip Thomas (5-11, 198, Syracuse)
P Ryan Tydlacka (6-1, 190, Kentucky)
WR Darnell Williams (6-2, 195, Louisiana College)
RB Polk is the most well-known name of the group of UDFAs. He rushed for 4,049 yards during his career at Washington, the 2nd most ever school history, surpassing the 1,400-yard mark in his junior and senior seasons. In 2011, he earned first-team All-Pac 12 honors in 2011 with 1,488 rushing yards and 12 TDs, averaging 5.1 yards per carry and grabbing 31 passes.
For more on these players, check out PhiladelphiaEagles.com.