The Eagles reached a one-year deal with former Giants wide receiver Rueben Randle on Wednesday, adding more depth - and a potential starter - to their wide receiver corps.

Randle, 24, will sign a contract worth slightly more than $3 million, with $500,000 guaranteed.

One of the most productive wide receivers on the market, Randle started the last two seasons for the Giants. He finished with 57 catches for 797 yards and eight touchdowns in 2015, and he had 71 catches for 938 yards and three scores in 2014. That production is better than any receiver on the Eagles' roster other than Jordan Matthews.

The 2012 second-round pick out of LSU is 6-foot-2 and 208 pounds. He is the second veteran receiver the Eagles have added in two weeks. They signed Chris Givens one week ago. The Eagles released Riley Cooper last month and have not re-signed Seyi Ajirotutu, who is a free agents.

The top wide receivers on the Eagles' roster are Matthews, Nelson Agholor, Josh Huff, Randle, and Givens. Coach Doug Pederson said before the Randle signing that he viewed Matthews and Agholor as his top two outside receivers. Matthews has spent most of his career in the slot. Randle has been most productive as an outside receiver.