Former Eagles cornerback Dexter McDougle has found a home with another one of the top teams in the NFC.
McDougle on Tuesday signed with the New Orleans Saints, who, like the Eagles, are also on an eight-game winning streak.
McDougle, 26, came to the Eagles in a trade with the Jets for safety Terrence Brooks in late August and even signed him to a one-year extension in early September.
The former third-round pick in 2014 played more than the Eagles likely anticipated during his eight games active in Philly.
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In total, McDougle played 55 defensive snaps, and just three weeks ago played 32 of them in a pinch against the 49ers. He also played 135 special teams snaps (50 percent through the Denver game).
McDougle was waived last week when the Eagles brought in linebacker Dannell Ellerbe. McDougle was expendable as Ronald Darby returned from his dislocated ankle. The only game McDougle was inactive was the opener, before Darby's injury.
Without McDougle, the Eagles still have plenty of corners. They have five on the roster, including Jaylen Watkins, who is listed as a safety but has played corner this season.