Best Eagles free-agent secondary options if their injured players miss extended time

As the Eagles continue to play musical chairs with their secondary, we rank the best options available in free agency.
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Might any of these guys interest the Eagles?

There are some attractive options for the Eagles at safety and cornerback who are swimming in free agency's pool. Here's the back half of a quick top ten that we put together.

10. Grant Haley, cornerback

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Grant Haley is a Super Bowl champion (LVI). He may not have had much to do with the L.A. Rams winning one, but hanging out with all of those great players had to rub off on him somehow.

That's our story. We're sticking to it.

9. Jarren Williams, cornerback

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A former New York Giants prospect, Jarren Williams spent time with the Detroit Lions in 2022, playing two games on special teams. We think he can play both cornerback and safety, but don't quote us on that. There isn't a ton of tape out there.

8. Amani Oruwariye, cornerback

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Amani Oruwariye spent four seasons with the Detroit Lions before hanging out with the Giants at their training camp. He has 173 tackles and nine interceptions on his career resume.

7. Greedy Williams, cornerback

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Nah... The Eagles wouldn't dare do this, would they? Well... Since we're on the subject, here's something to think about. When Philly's in a pinch, they often call guys they already know first.

6. Eric Rowe, safety

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Again. when the Eagles are in a pinch, they often call the guys that they already know even if those guys haven't been here since 2015.

Eric Rowe just can't wear the number 20 jersey if the Eagles are interested.