I would think Mullens should be considered more than just a camp arm. The hilarity of the sign/release of Jamie Newman makes me think that the Eagles actually want some stability and depth at the position. Is Mullens a franchise QB? No I do not believe so. Is he capable of being a spot starter who provides quality depth? I do believe this to be the case. Considering they have Hurts who will prove to be overmatched this year as their currently penciled in starting QB Mullens should be viewed as a quality signing at this point in the off season. Eagles signed QB Nick Mullens, formerly of the 49ers. The Philadelphia Inquirer's Jeff McLane said the team may have signed Mullens -- who started eight games for the Niners in 2020 -- as a camp arm. Mullens has been erratic in 16 NFL starts, throwing 25 touchdowns and 22 interceptions. The Eagles seem committed to Joe Flacco as a backup for Jalen Hurts this year, making it unlikely Mullens will be active on game days if he makes the team.