It's Tuesday, which means it's that time of week where teams work out free agents.
The latest players to visit with the Eagles are David Gettis and Nathan Williams.
Former Panthers wide receiver David Gettis and former Ohio State linebacker Nathan Williams worked out for the Eagles— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) September 24, 2013
Gettis, a former 6th round pick of the Panthers, started 13 games for Carolina in 2010. He amassed 508 yards on 37 catches that year. He also saw limited time as a kick returner. Since that year, he's only played in 2 games. Gettis is 6-3, 217 lbs.
Nathan Williams (6-3, 250 lbs) was a 2013 undrafted free agent that originally signed with the Vikings. Williams attended college at Ohio State University. Minnesota waived Williams with an injury settlement in early August but he was picked up by the Dolphins later that month. Miami cut him when they trimmed their roster down.
No signings are imminent, per Tim McManus. The Eagles are just doing their homework on available players.
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