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Trent Cole and the Philadelphia Eagles have agreed on a four-year contract extension through 2017.
Cole is a two-time Pro Bowl selection who ranks third on the team's all-time list for sacks with 68. The deal was announced Wednesday.
Cole had 11 sacks in 2011, his fourth season with a double-digit total.
''We are excited to be able to sign Trent to a new contract,'' coach Andy Reid said. ''Trent plays the game with a level of tenacity that's hard to replicate. He's one of the premier defensive ends in the league.''
BEST OF MAXIM
The first night of free agency is in the. books and, unlike last year, not a peep has been heard from the Philadelphia Eagles. And there is no need to panic about this fact. You can be sure that plenty of wheeling and dealing is going on behind the scenes–and hopefully the work will pay off very soon. In the form of a talented veteran middle linebacker.
What the Eagles are doing...
The Philadelphia Eagles made a lot of moves on Wednesday in terms of rewarding some of their own with big contracts, roster moves and contract extensions. Here’s a rundown:
He finally got his deal
The biggest news of the day is by far the 5-year, somewhere near $50 million contract (reported numbers range from $47.5-50 million) of Pro Bowl WR DeSean Jackson, including $50 million...
After their free agency spending spree got them nowhere last season, the Eagles have quietly gone about their business this year, trying to keep their own players in the fold, before turning their sights to improving from the outside.
One of those players is defensive end Trent Cole, and according to multiple sources, Philadelphia has put together a very nice extension for the Pro...
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...
According to Adam Caplan of TheSidelineView.com, the Philadelphia Eagles have given defensive end Trent Cole a four-year, $53 million extension with $15 million guaranteed.
Cole is easily one of the most underrated defensive ends in the NFL and has certainly earned a nice pay-day from the Eagles.
Cole had 44 tackles and 11 sacks in 2011.
Defensive end Trent Cole has agreed to a four-year contract extension with the Philadelphia Eagles. Financial terms were not disclosed.
Cole is among the most feared pass rushers in the NFL, collecting 55 sacks over the last five seasons, and locking him up with an extension was a top priority for the Eagles.
Yesterday, the Eagles signed Todd Herremans to an extension, and it was reported that Trent Cole and the Eagles were close. Today, it became official.
“We are excited to be able to sign Trent to a new contract,” said Eagles head coach Andy Reid. “Trent plays the game with a level of tenacity that’s hard to replicate. He’s one of the premier defensive ends in the league...
Hot News for DE Trent Cole
At 4PM Eastern Time today, the NFL celebrated it’s league New Year. In short, the 2012 season kicked off officially and free agency goes along with it.
The Philadelphia Eagles have not landed any NEW free agents, but they have agreed to a 3-year contract extension with offensive tackle/guard Todd Herremans. There are rumors that the Eagles are also working on an extension with...
In recent years I have killed the Philadelphia Eagles for their lack luster talent evaluation, and missed opportunities with players in the NFL Draft.Three players I can’t kill them for are Trent Cole, Todd Herremans and DeSean Jackson. All three of them have proven to be “core” players, and the Eagles have rewarded them handsomely over the past few days, extending each player’s...
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For a team that hasn’t looked outside of its own building yet, the Philadelphia Eagles have been very busy in free agency. Contrary to the “Dream Team” signing period of 2011, 2012 has been more about taking care of their own players.
For the most part.
The first domino to fall when the league year started on Monday was a three-year extension for...