On Monday, the Green Bay Packers have added more depth to their defensive secondary, by signing former Philadelphia Eagles cornerback, Chandon Sullivan.
Sullivan is a second-year pro out of Georgia State. He signed with the Philadelphia Eagles as an undrafted free agent, making the practice squad out of training camp. He got promoted to their active roster and appeared in games. He recorded 11 tackles and had one pass defended. He started one game for the Eagles before being cut and back on their practice squad.
The Eagles waived him on May 1. Sullivan did participate in the Packers rookie camp this past weekend.
Chandon Sullivan was a four-year starter at Georgia State. He set school records in interceptions with seven, and pass breakups with 18 over 45 starts. He also participated in the Senior Bowl.
At the NFL combine last year, Sullivan had a vertical jump of 40.5 inches, a broad jump of 11 feet 2 inches, and ran a 4.60 in the 40 yard dash.
Chandon Sullivan will join what is becoming a young and talented secondary group that includes Jaire Alexander, Kevin King, Josh Jackson, Tony Brown, and a veteran Tramon Williams.
He will wear number 39 for the Green Bay Packers.
Anthony Haag is a writer for PackersTalk.com. He has been a Packers fan since the day he was born and truly bleeds green and gold. He makes annual visits to Lambeau Field and has attended his fair share of games. You can follow Anthony on Twitter at @anthony_haag