Eagles second-year CB Curtis Marsh worked in Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie's left corner spot with DRC missing Monday's OTA practice.
Eagles rookie CB Curtis Marsh has looked nothing like a developmental project early in training camp.
Eagles signed No. 88 overall pick Curtis Marsh to a four-year contract.
The Eagles don't expect No. 90 overall pick Curtis Marsh to compete for a starting job until his third season.
Eagles coach Andy Reid believes third-round CB Curtis Marsh will develop quickly with enough upside to be a starter in Philly.
Eagles traded up with the Ravens to select Utah State CB Curtis Marsh with the No. 90 overall pick in the 2011 NFL draft.