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The most viable MLB in the 2012 free agency class is headed to Philadelphia.
Players View does not have an official statement yet but Gerald McCoy of the Bucaneers who targeted Lofton just tweeted “Sorry #bucnation I tried but it looks like @CurtisLofton50 is an Eagle.Business is business he did what was best for him. Understandable.”
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The Eagles announced that they have released Jamaal Jackson. Jackson was the team's longest tenured player, and started 77 games (including playoffs).
Jackson took to Twitter to voice his appreciation to the fans: "I want to thank the fans for their everlasting support of me and my family during my tenure here. I wish you all & the eagles the very best!"
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson finally got his big payday - even if it came one year later.
The Eagles signed the Jackson to a five-year, $51 million contract Wednesday in a surprising move after Jackson sulked through much of last season.
"We are thrilled to be able to keep one of the NFL's top playmakers in Philadelphia," Andy Reid said in a news...
The Philadelphia Eagles signed defensive end Trent Cole to a four-year contract extension Wednesday.The extension keeps the 29-year-old with the club through the 2017 season.The two-time Pro Bowler's 68 career sacks have him third all-time on the team's list behind Reggie White and Clyde Simmons.Cole recorded 44 tackles and 11 sacks last season for Philadelphia and is the...
The Eagles trade Offensive lineman Winston Justice to the Colts and the teams swap 6th round picks in the 2012 draft. The swapping of picks move the Eagles up in the draft by 15 spots and save them 4.2 million dollars towards the salary cap. Justice gives the Colts another body up front as they
Eagles re-sign Herrimans The Philadelphia Eagles have signed offensive tackle Todd Herremans to a three-year contract extension, and he's now under contract through the 2010 season.
He started every game last season. "We are excited to be able to sign Todd to a new contract," Eagles coach Andy Reid said. "Todd's intelligence, toughness, durability, and leadership...
The Philadelphia Eagles signed offensive tackle Todd Herremans to a three-year contract extension, the team announced Tuesday.The deal is for $21 million over three years, with just over $11 million guaranteed.The 29-year-old offensive lineman played all 16 games for the team last season and has started in 92 of his 95 career games.The Eagles drafted Herremans in the fourth round...
Josina Anderson of ESPN reports cornerback Kelvin Hayden has a scheduled visit with the Bears Wednesday according to his agent Fletcher Smith. Source: The Redzone Attached Thumbnails
According to Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Eagles have signed tackle Todd Herremans to a three-year extension.
The 29 year-old Herremans has been with the Eagles for his entire seven-year career and has been one of the key components of their offensive line.
Hot News for WR Eric Weems
Last off season, the Philadelphia Eagles made history by landing some of the hottest free agents on the market. This year, the Eagles have been very silent about who they are trying to deal with, and that’s not a good thing.
After resigning some big names like Trent Cole and DeSean Jackson, the Eagles have seen a lot of their cap space dwindle down. Free agent linebacker Stephen...
By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer
The Chicago Bears have signed Eric Weems.
The deal is for three years. Official terms of his contract were not disclosed.
He was a 2010 Pro Bowler, and has returned 113 kickoffs for 2,896 yards. He has one touchdown in 55 career games.
He has also returned 77 punts for 815 yards. He also has one punt...
Denver and Tennessee have interest in DE John Abraham, according to league sources. The timing of QB Peyton Mannings decision has led to a lag in the market for Abraham. The Broncos and Titans are awaiting word from Manning before they can determine how much cap-space theyll have and what their budgets will look like. Source: Jason, LaCanfora, NFL.com Attached Thumbnails
Hot News for OT Todd Herremans
Philadelphia Eagles veteran free agent offensive guard Evan Mathis is going to visit the Baltimore Ravens, according to a league source with knowledge of the situation. Mathis could fill the hole at left guard with Pro Bowl alternate offensive guard Ben Grubbs visiting the New Orleans Saints after declining an offer to remain with the Ravens. Mathis, 30, started all but one game...