The Philadelphia Eagles and Cre'Von LeBlanc have agreed to a one-year contract extension for the fourth-year cornerback.

Per Dov Kleiman on Twitter, LeBlanc will be paid through the 2020 NFL season by the Eagles, with the deal's monetary sum currently unknown.

LeBlanc originally arrived in Philadelphia after being claimed off waivers by the Detroit Lions in November 2018. The 25-year-old defensive back went undrafted in the 2016 class following a four-year collegiate career with Florida Atlantic University and was subsequently signed as an undrafted free agent by the New England Patriots. LeBlanc played with the Patriots during preseason but was cut before making the 53-man roster.

After that, the Chicago Bears claimed LeBlanc, where he played in his first two professional seasons. In 28 games and 10 starts in the Bears' secondary, he recorded two interceptions, forced one fumble, made 59 combined tackles, one tackle for a loss, and two quarterback hits. After initially being signed to the Lions' practice squad, LeBlanc later played in three regular-season games for the NFC North franchise before landing with the Eagles in the middle of the 2018 season.

Cre'Von LeBlanc joins a Philly secondary also featuring cornerbacks Ronald Darby, Rasul Douglas, Sidney Jones, and Avonte Maddox and safeties Johnathan Cyprien, Rudy Ford, Malcolm Jenkins, Rodney McLeod, and Andrew Sendejo. It's unclear whether LeBlanc will have the opportunity to start in the secondary for the Eagles, although the team's contract extension offer proves Philly intends on LeBlanc staying with the team at least. Nonetheless, NFL franchises often extend new contracts to even fringe players due to the non-guaranteed nature of the league's deals.