Philadelphia Eagles ink deal with first-round selection Quinyon Mitchell

The Eagles completed their mandatory minicamp on Thursday and finalized their draft pick signings, including the signing of cornerback Quinyon Mitchell and second-round pick Cooper DeJean. Mitchell, the team’s top pick from April, was the last to agree to a deal and signed a four-year contract with an option for a fifth season. During his time at Toledo, Mitchell broke up 38 passes and had six interceptions, including a memorable four-interception game during the 2022 season.

DeJean also signed a four-year contract with the team and will be competing for playing time in the secondary alongside veterans Darius Slay, Avonte Maddox, and James Bradberry. The Eagles are excited about the combination of young talent and experienced players that will help strengthen their defense for the upcoming season. Overall, the team is pleased with their draft picks and looks forward to seeing them in action on the field.

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