This comes nearly two months after Schefter reported Cyprien initially worked out for the Eagles.
Prior to tearing his ACL, Cyprien started 12 games—including the postseason—for the Titans in 2017. He missed six games, though, due to a hamstring injury.
Cyprien spent the first four years of his career in Jacksonville after being drafted 33rd overall in 2013. The 6'1", 211-pound defensive back averaged 113 tackles during his time in a Jaguars uniform and was especially effective against the run, per Pro Football Focus:
Unfortunately for Cyprien, injuries took their toll in Tennessee, leading to his release midway through his four-year, $25 million deal.
Signing Cyprien provides Philadelphia with depth in the defensive backfield. Three-time Pro Bowler Malcolm Jenkins has been seeking a new contract this offseason, while Rodney McLeod is coming off a season in which he was limited to just three games due to an MCL injury. Former Minnesota Vikings safety Andrew Sendejo signed a one-year deal with the Eagles in March.