The Eagles agreed to terms on a three-year deal with cornerback Ron Brooks on Wednesday, making him the third Buffalo Bills defensive player the Eagles added in two days.

Brooks, 27, was a fourth-round pick by the Bills in 2012 out of LSU and totaled 41 tackles in his four seasons with the team. He was mostly a special teams contributor, and he finished with 10 special teams tackles in 2014. He also overlapped with Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz during that time, even starting one game. Brooks has three career starts.

Brooks missed two games in 2015 because of a concussion and spent the final week of the season on injured reserve. He adds depth to a unit that lost Byron Maxwell and added Leodis McKelvin.