By Sally Fahey
The Eagles’ revolving door at cornerback continues with the claim of Cre’von LeBlanc off waivers from the Detroit Lions.
To clear a roster spot, the Eagles waived CB Dexter McDougle. Since the trade deadline has passed, all players must clear waivers before becoming a free agent.
LeBlanc was waived by the Lions on Saturday to make room for the activation of wide receiver Andy Jones from the physically unable to perform list.
LeBlanc had appeared in three games for the Lions this season, recording three tackles. He appeared in 28 games with 10 starts for the Chicago Bears over the previous two seasons. The Bears waived LeBlanc at the end of training camp and he signed with the Lions practice squad before being promoted to the active roster.