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A mid-level run-stopper, the fifth-year corner graded out negatively in pass coverage, but managed to haul in three interceptions during his 12 starts in South Beach. The team likes his press-coverage experience, special teams production and the depth he'll bring to a cornerback room that includes Cary Williams, Bradley Fletcher and young Brandon Boykin.
The Eagles were presumed to be in the market for top safety targets Jairus Byrd and T.J. Ward, but wound up with a versatile veteran in Jenkins. Carroll vibes more as a depth signing, so look for Philly to attack the draft in a continued effort to remake a secondary that allowed more passing yards (4,636) than any team in football.