The Eagles sign a former second-round pick as they look for receiving depth. 

The Eagles signed Parris Campbell to a one-year deal, providing potential depth at wide receiver, per ESPN's Adam Schefter. 

Campbell, a former 2nd-round pick of the Colts, has had a disappointing career with only 117 catches for 1,087 yards and five touchdowns in five seasons. 

He battled injuries early in his career but had a career-best season in 2022, recording 63 catches for 623 yards and three touchdowns. 

Campbell signed a one-year, $4.7 million deal with the Giants last year but had limited production and ended the season inactive. 

The Eagles had considered Campbell in the 2019 draft but opted for J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, who has struggled with just 16 catches in three seasons. 

This move resembles the Eagles' signing of DeVante Parker, adding depth with a former high draft pick who has yet to meet expectations. 

Campbell's deal is low-cost and doesn't guarantee him a roster spot, allowing him to compete in training camp. 

His addition could provide valuable depth behind A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith or result in him not making the final roster. 

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