Earlier this month, Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz said he was looking for cornerbacks “who can survive the slings and arrows of training camp” when discussing a position that many thought was a weak spot for the team heading into the 2017 season.

The team saw their initial group face slings and arrows for a couple of weeks before deciding to trade wide receiver Jordan Matthews and a 2018 third-round pick to the Bills for cornerback Ronald Darby on Friday. Schwartz said Sunday that the team is working to get Darby up to speed with their system before figuring out exactly how he fits, but left little doubt that he thinks the third-year player is a boost to the secondary.