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PHILADELPHIA – The Philadelphia Eagles agreed to sign Jaquiski Tartt on a one-year deal, the team announced Friday.
Tartt, 30, played his first seven seasons with the San Francisco 49ers, posting four interceptions and 18 pass breakups over 80 games.
A second-round pick in 2015, Tartt started 64 games for the 49ers, including 14 last season, and finished with 66 tackles.
Security is without a doubt the thinnest position on the Eagles’ list. They were interested in some of the best free agents earlier this offseason, including Justin Reid, but did not land one. They brought Anthony Harris back on a one-year deal in March. Harris and Marcus Epps went into the spring as the expected starters.
Tartt should get a chance to compete for playing time as he joins a group that also includes K’Von Wallace, Andre Chachere and Jared Mayden.