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The Eagles signed offensive tackle Todd Herremans Tuesday to a three-year contract extension through 2016.
Herremans, 29, started all 16 games in 2011 at tackle, after primarily playing guard during his first six seasons in Philadelphia. A fourth-round selection in 2005 out of Saginaw Valley State, Herremans is the second longest-tenured member of the Philadelphia offense, having played in 95 games.
Herremans was part of an Eagles offense that set a franchise record in 2011 with 6,386 total yards, a season after it set a team record with 439 total points. He has also scored two touchdowns in his career, the first from Donovan McNabb at Seattle in 2008 and the other from Michael Vick at Dallas in 2010.
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The NFL free agency period began today and the Eagles started it off by making sure two of their better players were going to remain with the team for several more years. Both Todd Herremans and Trent Cole signed contract extensions today, with Herremans being extended through 2016 and Cole's exact contract not yet announced but expected to be for about the same number of years...
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...
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...
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“I’m not sure exactly what it cost them, but I very much like the move,” said Matt Williamson of Scouts Inc. “He isn’t great, but he is a solid right tackle and has had success in this league. It looks like they have their offensive tackles in...
The Philadelphia Eagles have resigned Desean Jackson to a 5 year contract worth $51 million, the team announced on Wednesday. The specifics of the deal have yet to be released, but reports indicate it could include up to $18 million guaranteed.
Jackson was scheduled to make $9.5 million under the franchise tag in 2012. Jackson becomes the third cornerstone player the Eagles...
Last year Philadelphia Eagles WR DeSean Jackson began the season by holding out of training camp for 11 days. One can only assume his holdout ended so he would not ruin any of his future free agency rights. After the season he had in 2010, combined with motivation from seeing the contracts his peers like [...]
David Malandra Jr. — The Philadelphia Eagles Announced Wednesday that they Signed WR DeSean Jackson to New 5 Year Contract worth $51 Million through 2016.
Below is a Breakdown of the new Contract:
In 2012, Jackson gets $10 million to sign, along with a $750,000 base salary and a $250,000 workout bonus.
In 2013, Jackson receives a $6.75 million base salary, $4 million of which...
The Eagles are on a roll today.
-Trent Cole signed a 4-year extension.
-Winston Justice was traded to the Colts.
-Jamaal Jackson was released.
-DeSean Jackson signed a 5-year deal.
Now, Jeff McLane of Philly.com is reporting the Eagles and LeSean McCoy could have a new deal "hammered out soon."
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