Eagles sign former Clemson CB Mario Goodrich to a massive undrafted free agent deal

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The Eagles didn’t draft a cornerback over the weekend, but they landed one of college football’s top cover guys, signing former Clemson star Mario Goodrich to a massive, $217,000 guaranteed undrafted free agent deal.

During his career at Clemson, Goodrich logged 84 tackles (0.5 for loss), 15 pass breakups, five interceptions, a forced fumble, and a fumble recovery, while playing 1,116 snaps over 47 games (16 starts).

During his final season with the Tigers, Goodrich earned third-team All-America honors from PFF and first-team All-ACC status, along with the MVP of the 2021 Cheez-It Bowl.

Goodrich will join a crowded and youthful cornerback group that includes Tay Gowan, Kary Vincent Jr., Mac McCain, Andre Chachere, and Zech McPhearson opposite Darius Slay.

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