The Philadelphia Eagles acquired running back Darren Sproles from the New Orleans Saints for a fifth-round draft pick Thursday.

"Darren Sproles is an unbelievable offensive weapon," Eagles coach Chip Kelly said. "He can do it all: run, catch, plus he's a proven winner."

Sproles' offensive numbers, though, went down for the third straight year in 2013. He had 71 catches for 604 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 220 yards and two scores.

Sproles is entering the final year of his contract at $3.5 million. The Saints' benefit is salary cap relief.

The Eagles also agreed on a two-year deal with former Miami cornerback Nolan Carroll.

Cardinals: Arizona signed former 49ers wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr. to a three-year contract and agreed to terms on a two-year deal to keep linebacker Matt Shaughnessy. Ginn had 36 catches for 556 yards for Carolina in 2013. He also returned 26 punts for 316 yards (franchise record 12.2-yard average).

Patriots: New England agreed to terms with cornerback Darrelle Revis, his business manager, John Geiger, tweeted. The Patriots quickly replaced cornerback Aqib Talib, who left Tuesday for a six-year deal worth a reported $57 million with Denver. Revis' agreement was first reported by ESPN, which said it was for one year at $12 million. The Patriots have not made an official announcement. Tampa Bay released Revis on Wednesday before he was due a $1.5 million bonus. He was cut after efforts to trade him and his $16 million salary failed.

Buccaneers: Former Cincinnati tackle Anthony Collins agreed to a five-year, $30 million deal, while Tampa Bay also released tackle Donald Penn.

Redskins: Washington lured former Dallas defensive lineman Jason Hatcher with a four-year, $27.5 million contract, according to a source.

Bengals: Cincinnati released linebacker James Harrison, leaving the former NFL Defensive Player of the Year looking for his third team in three seasons. He had two sacks in his only season with the Bengals.

Titans: Tennessee signed quarterback Charlie Whitehurst to a multiyear deal, reuniting with coach Ken Whisenhunt. Whitehurst spent the past two years in San Diego, where Whisenhunt was offensive coordinator in 2013. The arrival of Whitehurst puts backup Ryan Fitzpatrick's future with the Titans in question.

Jaguars: Jacksonville formally signed defensive linemen Chris Clemons and Ziggy Hood and re-signed defensive end Jason Babin, who led the team with 7½ sacks in 2013.

Seahawks: Seattle and Tarvaris Jackson agreed to a one-year contract for him to back up quarterback Russell Wilson.

Vikings: Minnesota signed cornerback Captain Munnerlyn, a starter on Carolina's defense last year. He got a contract that could pay him $15 million over three years.

Texans: Tight end Garrett Graham re-signed with Houston, two days after the team released two-time Pro Bowler Owen Daniels.

Chargers: Former St. Louis quarterback Kellen Clemens signed with San Diego.

Browns: Cleveland signed Cincinnati slot receiver Andrew Hawkins to a contract offer sheet. The Bengals will have five days to match the reported four-year, $13.6 million deal, which includes a $3.8 million signing bonus, or they'll lose Hawkins.

No bail for Sharper: A Superior Court Judge ruled Darren Sharper should remain in a Los Angeles jail without bail after authorities this week indicted the former All-Pro safety on charges that he drugged and sexually assaulted two women in Tempe, Ariz., in November. Prosecutors in L.A. will have the first opportunity to place Sharper on trial on charges that he drugged and raped two women in October. He remains under investigation for similar crimes in Florida, Nevada and Louisiana.