Found January 18, 2012 on
Pro Football Zone:
The Philadelphia Eagles signed defensive end Cullen Jenkins to a five-year $25 million contract in the offseason. On the first day of the new league year, the Eagles will owe Jenkins a $5 million roster bonus, and right now it looks like they’re not sure if they’ll pay it.
If the Eagles decide to not pay Jenkins, he would then become a free agent and the Eagles wouldn’t have to take any type of salary cap hit. They would also then save $7.75 million in cap room. The added cap room will help the Eagles sign wide receiver DeSean Jackson to a new deal.
The one team that would really be interested in getting Jenkins back, would be the Green Bay Packers. It seems they regret letting him go in free agency, since they had the money to pay him the $25 million contract that the Eagles gave him.
As we get closer to the offseason, Jenkins will be someone to keep an eye on, since he might be one and done in Philly and on his way back to Green Bay.
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
Eagles owner Jeffery Lurie said that he believes Andy Reid can get the job done next year, and Las Vegas apparently agrees.
Even though the 2012 season is not yet over, the odds for next seasons Super Bowl winner is already out. The Eagles came in at 12-1, leaving them tied for 4th.
It's easy to understand why- the Eagles have one of the most talented teams in the league, and...
Adam Schefter has reported that Steve Spagnuolo, the guy all Eagles fans covet, spent Monday interviewing with the Indianapolis Colts about their defensive coordinator job. Oddly, this was reported at about the same time it was announced that the Colts have fired head coach Jim Caldwell.
Why would the Colts interview someone for their defensive coordinator position and then...
(source feed provided no summary content for this entry)
If the Philadelphia Eagles are going to replace defensive coordinator Juan Castillo, it does not look like it will be with former Rams Head Coach Steve Spagnulo. Multiple outlets are reporting that Steve Spagnulo is set to join the New Orleans Saints.
Spagnulo has been linked to the Philadelphia Eagles since he was still the head coach of the St. Louis Rams. Spagnulo, who used to...
Much has been made about whether the Philadelphia Eagles should fire Andy Reid this offseason. The team entered the 2011 season amid expectations to challenge the Green Bay Packers for supremacy in the NFC, and came far short.