The Eagles have discovered their next veteran security, consenting to a one-year deal with veteran safety Andrew Sendejo.
Sendejo, 31, has played nine NFL seasons with 95 amusements played and 58 begins.
With the expected retirement of Corey Graham (who is a free operator), Sendejo can fill that really vital third security job with the Eagles. Malcolm Jenkins and Rodney McLeod will begin (if McLeod is prepared for the season opener) and Sendejo can be the next safety off the bench. In 2018, Graham split that job with Tre Sullivan, who is still on the roster.
The Eagles utilize three securities a considerable amount to use Jenkins’ adaptability. Often, Jenkins will climb into a linebacker job and the third security gets on the field. Sendejo will be in that mix and can help on exceptional groups. This signing makes plenty of sense.
Subsequent to coming into the league as an undrafted free operator out of Rice, Sendejo went through one season with the Cowboys before joining the Vikings and stirring his way up from a unique groups player to a starter on safeguard.
In 2018, Sendejo really harmed his groin in the Eagles amusement and played only five diversions last season. He has played every one of the 16 diversions only twice in his vocation. In any case, from 2015-2017, he began 40 games in a three-year span.
The Vikings declined his alternative for the 2019 season, making him a free operator.