Calgary Stampeders’ right tackle Julian Good-Jones worked out for the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday, according to a report from TSN’s Farhan Lalji.
The 25-year-old offensive lineman had a breakout second season with the Stampeders, starting 15 games for the league’s best offensive line. Calgary allowed just 17 sacks all season while producing an average of 6.4 yards per carry and 135.3 yards per game in the running game — all tops in the league by a wide margin.
The six-foot-five, 319-pound blocker made seven regular season starts and one postseason start at right tackle as a rookie in 2021. He came to the Stampeders after attending training camp with the Eagles in 2020.
In college, Good-Jones played and started 49 games over four seasons at Iowa State. He was an honourable mention all-Big 12 Conference selection in 2017 and 2018 and was named first-team all-conference in 2019.
As a senior, Good-Jones helped pave the way for an Iowa State offence which broke school records for total offence, touchdowns, passing yards, and yards per play. The Cyclones also conceded just 16 sacks, the fewest in the Big 12.
Good-Jones remains under contract with the Stampeders through next season, though all CFL players are permitted to depart for the NFL via the window that was established in 2019.