CB Curtis Marsh, 2011
Curtis Marsh was one of those players whom you forget was ever a member of the Eagles. He was another player who the Birds over-drafted in 2011.
Coming out of Utah State, Marsh had some serious questions around his ability to compete at the professional level. However, the Eagles selected Marsh in the third round in hopes of developing him into a potential starter.
Well, Marsh never panned out as the Eagles were hoping for. His NFL career was abysmal, to say the least. Marsh was a member of four different teams in the span of his four-season career.
During his three seasons with the Birds, Marsh played in just 24 games with zero starts while recording 15 tackles a not a single interception.
Marsh would end up getting cut from the Eagles before the start of the 2014 season. The Denver Broncos picked him toward the tail end of the 2014 campaign, but Marsh ‘got the ax’ just one week into the 2015 season.