PHILADELPHIA — The Eagles have agreed to a one-year contract with veteran safety Corey Graham.
The 32-year-old Graham spent the past three seasons with the Buffalo Bills and played for Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz in 2014. Graham played his first five years in Chicago and the next two in Baltimore before going to the Bills.
He went to the Pro Bowl as a special teams player after the 2011 season.
Graham started 32 games the past two seasons. He had 82 tackles, one interception, one sack, and nine passes defensed last year. Graham had 281 tackles in Buffalo, the fourth-most by any NFL defensive back over the past three years.