Eagles sign Jaquiski Tartt

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The Eagles added a veteran safety to their secondary on Friday.

The team announced the signing of Jaquiski Tartt to their 90-man roster. It’s a one-year deal for the former 49er.

Tartt was a second-round pick by the NFC West club in 2015 and he’s spent his entire career with the team. He started 64 of the 80 games he played in the regular season and all six playoff contests, including three last season.

Fourteen of those regular season starts came last year and he recorded 66 tackles in those appearances. He had 13 tackles in the postseason.

Tartt has 367 tackles, four interceptions, four sacks, two forced fumbles, and two fumble recoveries in his 80 regular season games and also had 14 tackles and a sack in the 2019 postseason.

Anthony Harris, Marcus Epps, K'Von Wallace, Andre Chachere, Jared Maybin, and Reed Blankenship are the other safeties in Philadelphia.

8 responses to “Eagles sign Jaquiski Tartt

  1. Another great move from Howie. This guy was irreplaceable for the 49ers and it’s foolish that they let him get away—so you know it’s a great catch!

  2. Ranked in the 70s last year at safety……saying he will compete with Epps and Harris for safety spot. Don’t get too excited……another dream teamer Howie is bringing in….tartt and bradberry……all name and past their prime game…..typical eagles.

  3. I really like Epps to step up this year. Tartt is a nice depth piece in the secondary.

  4. Tart is a solid veteran who adds presence on the field and in the locker room. This was a positive signing. I hope the birds win the NFC East

  5. Good player who can hit like a truck. Unfortunately, he has never played 16 games in a single season –he’s often injured. He would have come back to SF (most likely) if he hadn’t dropped a game-saving INT in the Championship game. That sealed it. But the guy can play and is very well liked by teammates. Good addition, imo.

  6. Tartt’s a good solid player. Played well for my Niners for 6 or so seasons. Philly picked up a nice piece with this move. I used to think Roseman was just a clown, riding on former coach Andy Reid’s coattails for his job in his early years. He’s since shown he is a capable man with a plan. Especially if Hurts works out. I think Philly is gonna make some noise this coming season.

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