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Eagles sign CB Cooper DeJean | for the second round National

The Philadelphia Eagles signed cornerback Cooper DeJean to a four-year rookie contract on Monday. According to multiple reports, the second-round deal is worth $9.28 million over four seasons. DeJean was the 40th overall selection of the 2024 draft. DeJean had seven interceptions in 30 college games over three seasons at Iowa and returned three of the picks for touchdowns. He was limited to ten games last season after suffering a broken fibula in training in mid-November. DeJean had 41 tackles and two interceptions and also returned a punt for a touchdown, averaging 11.5 yards per return. “This guy has all the tools in his body,” Eagles general manager Howie Roseman said. “He’s a top athlete, a top competitor. You know, he’s done everything on the football field. We haven’t even talked about his ability to get back and make big plays. You know, you get an opportunity and you talk.” with people in Iowa, and they talk about how legendary a player is, about a career this guy has had, his ability to make big plays in big moments in a game. “Philadelphia has signed eight of its nine draft picks. Toledo’s round cornerback Quinyon Mitchell, selected 22nd overall, is the club’s lone unsigned pick – Field Level Media