According to Adam Schefter, the Eagles have agreed to a one-year deal with former New York Giants receiver Reuben Randle.

Randle was the Giants second-leading wide receiver in 2015 and has racked up at least 790 yards in each of the past two seasons. The 24 year old had 57 catches for 797 yards and 8 Touchdowns in 2015.

Wednesday afternoon, the team added a receiver who should seem more recognizable to Philly's defensive backs.

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Although Randle showed flashes of brilliance on several occasions in NY, he never took off like the Giants thought he would. The jump from his rookie to sophomore season in the National Football League was certainly a good sign for the Giants, and Randle continued that improvement in his third season. With so much defensive attention paid to the explosive Beckham, Randle figured to thrive, as the coverage could not be pushed to his side. They'll be in the mix with Jordan Matthews, Nelson Agholor and Josh Huff for playing time. It was a disappointing rookie campaign for Randle, as 19 receptions for a second-round pick in his first year is not very good.

The Eagles have undergone a major change in philosophy this offseason, as Chip Kelly is no longer the head coach, and they have been ridding themselves of players that Kelly brought in to fit his system.

I was surprised that a veteran wide receiver like Randle was only able to get a contract that is worth about $1 million dollars a year and he'll be able to make $3 million if he reaches certain incentives. "With his skill set, he can play both".