The Philadelphia Eagles are continuing their search for help at cornerback.
As noted previously, the team had New Mexico State CB Davon House in for a visit earlier this week.
The team also recently worked out CB Curtis Brown (Texas), a source confirmed, and had CBs DeMarcus Van Dyke (Miami) and Korey Lindsey (Southern Illinois) in for visits. CB Curtis Marsh (Utah State), whom NFL Films’ NFL draft analyst Greg Cosell is high on, is also expected to visit the Eagles before the draft.
Lindsey, who visited the Eagles on Tuesday, has a total of nine pre-draft visits lined up. He is to visit the Dallas Cowboys on Wednesday and will also visit other cornerback-needy teams such as the Houston Texans and Cincinnati Bengals.
Although the Eagles are still looking to add depth to their secondary, the team remains high on CB Trevard Lindley, who participated in roughly 18 percent of the snaps on defense last season. Lindley has the size and speed to become a starter eventually, according to personnel sources, but needs more time to develop his overall game.