The Eagles and former Cowboys running back Felix Jones agreed to terms on a one-year contract, an NFL source confirmed.

ESPN first reported the deal.

Jones, 26, worked out for the Eagles last week. He visited the Patriots later in the week. The Bengals were the only other team to publicly express interest in the free agent this off-season.

Jones, a first-round draft pick in 2009, spent four seasons in Dallas. He was used in various ways. He ran for 2,728 yards on 569 carries (4.8 yards a carry) and caught 127 passes for 1,062 yards in five seasons. He also scored 11 rushing touchdowns, caught three more through the air and averaged 24.0 yards on kick returns.