Updated: Friday, 10:15 a.m.
The Eagles have finally announced the signing of 11 undrafted free agents before the team's rookie minicamp starts on Friday.
With the addition of these 11 players, the roster sits at the limit of 90 players.
In addition to the 11 undrafted players, the Eagles will have their eight draft picks, 20 players on tryouts and a few others at camp.
The Eagles went out last year after the draft and found some players.
They signed Destiny Vaeao, Dillon Gordon, Paul Turner and C.J. Smith this time last year, an impressive haul for undrafted rookies. They'll try to find similar success this time around.
Here are the 11 undrafted players the Eagles signed:
Corey Clement, RB, Wisconsin
At 5-10, 220, the Glassboro, New Jersey product doesn't shy away from contact, which could mean good things with the Eagles. Originally thought to be a mid-round pick, Clement didn't hear his name called. Questions arose about his desire and lack of durability. Rushed for 1,375 yards in 2016.
Winston Craig, DL, Richmond
Craig finished second in the CAA with 7½ sacks in 2016 and then blocked three field goals.
Jerod Evans, QB, Virginia Tech
Another dual-threat quarterback in college, but at 6-3, 232 pounds has some meat to him. He's a project quarterback, but an intriguing prospect.
Randall Goforth, CB, UCLA
Goforth played both safety and corner in college. He had four interceptions and 13 passes defensed in 2016.
Cam Johnston, P, Ohio State
Some competition for Donnie Jones. At least someone else to punt the ball.
Tyler Orlosky, C, West Virginia
A big center at 6-4, 296, Orlosky isn't the most agile of offensive linemen, but he had a good career with the Mountaineers. He was first-team All-Big 12 in 2016.
Tre' Sullivan, S, Shepherd
From a small school, Sullivan had 74 tackles in 2016.
Charles Walker, DT, Oklahoma
Once thought to be a high-round pick, Walker suffered a few concussions at Oklahoma, leaving the Sooners midway through the 2016 season. Before the draft, he revealed he was diagnosed with depression. He could be a big find.
Greg Ward, WR, Houston
Ward was a dual-threat quarterback in college, but comes to the NFL as a receiver. Obviously a project, but the Eagles took a similar project in David Watford last year. Watford spent the season on the practice squad.
Jomal Wiltz, CB, Iowa State
A former junior college player, he played 24 games with Iowa State (18 starts). Wiltz (5-10) ran a 4.43 at his pro day.
Billy Brown, TE, Shepherd
Another small school guy with an uphill battle, especially at a position that already appears pretty ful.
Here are the 23 tryout players who will be at the rookie camp:
Chance Allen, WR, Houston
Lorenzo Allen, OT, Northwestern Oklahoma State
Chris Black, WR, Missouri
Jemar Clark, OT, Arkansas State
Reggie Daniels, S, Oregon
Romond Deloatch, TE, Temple
Dane Evans, QB, Tulsa
Stephen Evans, OT, North Alabama
Chris Harthorne, LB, West Georgia
Tyke Kozeal, LB, Nebraska-Kearney
Keevan Lucas, WR, Tulsa
Paulin Miano, DE, Virginia Union
Dakota Prukop, QB, Oregon
Victor Salako, OT, Oklahoma State
Nick Shafnisky, S, Lehigh
Weston Steelhammer, S, Air Force
Sam Van Ginkel, DE, Northwestern College (IA)
Anthony Williams, LB, Utah State
Dorian Williams, S, Princeton
Joe Yearby, RB, Miami