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The Purple Chaos:
After the departure of Pro Bowl left guard Ben Grubbs, the Baltimore Ravens answered some questions along the offensive line by re-signing center Matt Birk to a three-year contract and offered a contract to Philadelphia Eagles free agent guard Evan Mathis. Birk, 35, had contemplated retirement following the Ravens’ 23-20 loss to the New England [...]
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Six-time Pro Bowl center Matt Birk agreed to three-year contract Friday with the Baltimore Ravens.
The 35-year-old Birk has started every game in three seasons with Baltimore. He briefly contemplated retirement before deciding he wanted to return.
''One of the things we said earlier this offseason is that we were going to focus attention on the offensive line, and getting...
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...
The Baltimore Ravens and center Matt Birk agreed to a three-year contract extension Friday.The six-time Pro Bowler is entering his 15th NFL season and has started 96 consecutive games, most among NFL centers.The 35-year-old signed with the Ravens as an unrestricted free agent in 2009.
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...
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...
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...
Evan Mathis, who played high school football in the state of Alabama and for the Crimson Tide, has signed a nice contract in the NFL.
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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.
The Ravens lost their fourth player since the free agency period started. The fourth one is safety Haruki Nakamura.
Nakamura agreed to a three-year contract with the Carolina Panthers, according to reports.
The Ravens previously lost Ben Grubbs (Saints), Jarret Johnson (Chargers) and Cory Redding (Colts).
In positive news, according to reports, the Ravens offered a contract to left...
According to Adam Schefter, the Ravens made an offer to Evan Mathis. Mathis said, "Ravens have offered a nice deal. I'm flying back to Arizona to think about it and discuss it with my family."
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