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The Philadelphia Eagles agreed to terms with defensive end Trent Cole on a four-year contract extension through the year 2017 last Wednesday, via team’s press release. According to reports, Cole’s deal is worth $48.525 million, guaranteeing $15 million.
“I have good agents. EAS with Tony [Agnone], Rich Rosa, Noel [LaMontagne], and Eddie [Johnson]. Just some great agents who do their thing professionally,” said Cole in his press conference Wednesday afternoon, according to the team’s press release.
“They have a lot of other guys in the NFL, and a lot of the top paid d-ends in the NFL as well. They’ve done a great job, and it’s the only agency I’ve been with until now. I’m just glad to have them. Especially with Mr. Lurie, Banner, and Howie, everything was conducted professionally.”
The two-time Pro Bowler from the University of Cincinnati is one of the NFL’s most feared pass rushing threats.
With 68 sacks during his seven-year career in Philadelphia,
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According to PhiladelphiaEagles live, free agent safety LaRon Landry is visiting with the Eagles today.
Safety has been a position with some question marks heading into this offseason. Nate Allen will assuredly return to fill the free safety position but the strong safety position is open for competition.
Kurt Coleman and last year’s second-round pick Jaiqauwn Jarrett are the...
Will Plaxico Burress wear another shade of green in 2012?
WR Plaxico Burress wants to be a Philadelphia Eagle. He can’t make that any more clear. Burress was open about that desire last offseason when he famously emerged from prison wearing a Phillies hat. And even before his one-year contract with the Jets expired, he made that interest known again.
Now, it seems that the Eagles...
Ah, you can breathe easy, at least for a little bit. The Eagles announced on Saturday that they re-signed OG Evan Mathis to a 5-year deal.
As he does for so many things, Evan Mathis took to Twitter to provide a hint of the as to the coming announcement.
An hour later he made it even more official…well, as official as Mathis’ tweets get.
After signing a 1-year deal last year for...
McDonald with his 1960 Championship ring.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame has teamed up with Allstate Insurance Company on a national program called Hometown Hall of Famers. The program tours the United States, honoring the hometowns that shaped the careers on the game’s greatest players.
Hometown Hall of Famers is a nationwide program that honors each player in his local community...
Guard Evan Mathis and the Philadelphia Eagles have agreed on a five-year contract, the latest key player the team has locked up.
A person familiar with the negotiations says Mathis' deal is worth $25.5 million with $7 million guaranteed. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because terms have not been announced.
The team said it reached agreement with Mathis on Saturday...
Free agent QB Vince Young is looking for work, questions is, will he find a team to play for in the 2012 NFL season? The Philadelphia Eagles signed Vince Young to a one-year contract to backup Michael Vick last season but after a turnover plagued season, the Eagles decided to move on in another direction. Philadelphia signed veteran journeyman Trent Edwards and has Mike...
No more excessive dreaming of finding the "Magic MIKE" in Free Agency... I'm done with the Dish!Bill Bergey is a figment of your imagination, Eagles Phans... he does not exist, never existed, and cannot be found in this year's Free Agent crop...Hey, we did all right with the re-signing of left guard Evan Mathis. Maybe we should count our blessings and stop wishing...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Philadelphia Eagles have re-signed guard Evan Mathis to a five-year $25 million deal, with $7 million guaranteed.
Mathis came over from the Cincinnati Bengals in 2011 and was able to start 15 of 16 games for the Eagles. He was one of the few bright spots on a struggling Eagles team this past season.
The Baltimore Ravens made a strong push...
The Philadelphia Eagles and guard Evan Mathis agreed on a five-year contract Saturday.The deal is worth $25.5 million with $7 million guaranteed, according to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.Mathis earned a starting position at left guard in training camp for the Eagles last season and played 15 games.
So far, the Philadelphia Eagles have made the smart moves in free agency. They have reworked the contracts of two pivotal players in Trent Cole and Todd Herremans, re-signed their star wide receiver DeSean Jackson to a long term deal, and brought back guard Evan Mathis to cement their starting offensive line for years to come.
Oh, and they brought back 2008 sixth-round draft...
According to Jason LaCanfora of the NFL Network, free agent wide receiver Plaxico Burress has been in contact with multiple NFL teams, including the Philadelphia Eagles.
Burress has made it clear that he’d love to play for the Eagles next season, but so far he remains a free man as he tests the free agent market.
– Jim Ross said on Monday that the parts of the ban on combat sports in Oklahoma hitting WWE could be done away with. Ross tweeted the following about the ban, which takes effect March 31st and currently applies to pro wrestling, MMA and boxing due to budgetary issues: Okla Athletic Comm rescinding issues affecting WWE in Oklahoma. More to come. As previously reported, WWE has...