Source: Josh Alper, NBC Sports Pro Football Talk 
It looks like the Eagles will avoid a matchup with Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers in Week 10 after Rodgers suffered a left shoulder injury on Monday night, but they’ve still made a move to shore up their secondary.
The team announced that they have signed cornerback Curtis Marsh, who they waived/injured at the end of the preseason. Marsh, who was originally a third-round pick of the team in 2011, spent two games with the Bengals after his departure from Philly as well.
— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) November 5, 2013