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Eagles fan reaction was exciting to witness as Chip and Howie got busy on Thursday, finalizing deals to land some top-notch help on defense.
For the first time since last September, I smelled what the Eagles are cooking...
The Eagles defensive overhaul now includes Connor Barwin, the outside linebacker from the Houston Texans. Also signed were cornerback Cary Williams (former Baltimore Raven) and safety Kenny Phillips (New York Giants), who is coming off a torn ACL repair.
These are quality signings with a true value component. The biggest "if" of the three newest Eagles is Kenny Phillips due to the untested component of his knee rehab. But that's a 1-year deal...so if the knee holds up and Phillips makes a strong comeback, it's all gain with very low risk. A great opportunity for both Phillips and the team to discover the ultimate Win-Win scenario together...
Connor Barwin agreed to a deal worth $36 million over six years, multiple sources confirme...
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According to Mike Garafolo of USA Today Sports, the Philadelphia Eagles have signed cornerback Cary Williams and safety Kenny Phillips.
Eagles announce they’ve agreed to terms with S Kenny Phillipsand CB Cary Williams. #Stealth
— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) March 14, 2013
Phillips was signed to a one-year deal. Williams got a three-year contract worth $17 million, with ...
The Philadelphia Eagles are quietly going about their business as they assemble a tough physical group, opposite of the soft franchise they’ve had the past few season.
Pro Football Talk is reporting that the Eagles have agreed to deals with safety Kenny Phillips and former Ravens cornerback Cary Williams.
Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reports that Williams’ deal is worth...
The Eagles remain busy in free agency, signing free agent outside linebacker Connor Barwin to a reported 6-year, $36 million deal on Thursday.
Barwin had a breakout season in 2011, where the former University of Cincinnati start recorded 11 sacks for the AFC South Texans. His 2012 numbers decreased across the board, where without DeMeco Ryans, Mario Williams, or Brian Cushing in...
Revamping a secondary that posted one of the worst statistical seasons in recent history clearly is a top priority for the Philadelphia Eagles.
The team signed cornerback Cary Williams and safety Kenny Phillips on Thursday, giving them four new faces in the defensive backfield in a three-day span. The Eagles signed safety Patrick Chung and cornerback Bradley Fletcher on the first...
NewsTags: Cary WilliamsKenny PhillipsPhiladelphia EaglesThe Eagles addressed their defensive backfield on the third day of the free agency with the additions of Safety Kenny Phillips, formerly of the New York Giants and Cornerback Cary Williams, formerly of the Baltimore Ravens.
Adding Phillips and Williams to the signings of Bradley Fletcher...
The Philadelphia Eagles have announced that they have reached agreement with CB Cary Williams and S Kenny Phillips.
Chris Mortensen reports that Williams receives a three-year contract while Phillips signed a one-year deal.
NewsTags: Connor BarwinPhiladelphia EaglesThe Eagles have continued their active Thursday afternoon in free agency. After deals for Kenny Phillips and Cary Williams, the Eagles have now signed former Texans outside linebacker Connor Barwin.
The deal is reportedly for 6 years and $36 million with a maximum of $40 million with incentives.
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The Philadelphia Eagles biggest problem on defense was the play of their secondary.
The Eagles feel they have addressed the problem by signing CB Cary Williams to a three-year deal and S Kenny Phillips to a one-year deal.
Williams was a member of the Baltimore Ravens team that just recently won the Super Bowl. He played in all 16 games...
The Philadelphia Eagles’ woeful secondary was the biggest concern for the team heading in to free agency. With the release of Nnamdi Asomugha and the signing of Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie by the Denver Broncos, the team’s starting corners of the past two seasons disappeared into the sunset in just a matter of days.
It soon became apparent that some of the biggest defensive backs...
The exodus from the Super Bowl champs continued for a third day. Starting cornerback Cary Williams left the Ravens for the Philadelphia Eagles, according to reports. The Eagles offered Williams a three-year deal.
Baltimore was able to hang on to two of their own though. Safety James Ihedigbo and cornerback Chris Johnson were signed to new contracts the team announced in a release...