The 32-year-old special teams stalwart announced his retirement Tuesday.
A core special-teamer in Philly, Maragos suffered a devastating knee injury during the 2017 season after just six games. He underwent multiple surgeries the past two years, recently undertaking his third surgery on the problematic knee. He spent all of 2018 on the physically unable to perform list. The Eagles released the defensive back in February.
In his eight-year career, Maragos started three games and compiled 90 total tackles.
An undrafted free agent out of Wisconsin, Maragos carved out an NFL niche as a special team standout, earning respect throughout the Eagles locker room after arriving in 2014, and rising to a captain role before an injury wiped out the final years of his career.
Other retirement's taking place Tuesday: