We’ve come to the end of day two in the NFL’s 2014 free agency period. Here’s a quick nightly update on the Philadelphia Eagles’ situation:
The Eagles didn’t make any splashes today, but they did get better at the bottom. The team added Chris Maragos and Bryan Braman, both proven guys on special teams and depth pieces to the safety and linebacking corps, respectively...
Yesterday the Eagles upgraded their safety position and re-signed their superstar punter. Today they signed two outstanding…special teams players. This morning they inked former Seattle Seahawks safety and special teams leader Chris Maragos. Bryan Braman was signed later this morning. Braman is an outside linebacker formerly of the Houston Texans. Both players are reserves and...
The Philadelphia Eagles signed former Seahawks S Chris Maragos to a three-year contract on Wednesday.
Maragos’ deal includes a total value of $4 million and $1 million guaranteed.
Maragos, 27, reportedly had interest from the Redskins as well. While he does play safety, which happens to be an obvious need of the Eagles, it’s more likely that he contributions will come...
Chris Maragos signed a three-year deal with the Eagles Wednesday. The team sees him as a special teams upgrade with potential upside at safety.
The Eagles moved quickly on the second day of free agency to address their struggling special teams unit by signing Chris Maragos to a three-year deal the team announced Wednesday.
Maragos won a Super Bowl with the Seattle Seahawks last...
If there’s one thing that free agency has taught us so far, it’s that the Seahawks defense is in high demand.
At about 4:30 AM Pacific time, NFL reporter Adam Caplan tweeted that the Philadelphia Eagles will sign former Seahawks safety Chris Maragos to a three year deal:
The #Eagles and free-agent S/special teams ace Chris Maragos agreed on a 3-year, $4 M deal, with $1 M guaranteed...
The Seattle Seahawks have re-signed safety Chris Maragos to a one-year deal worth $1.323 million.
Maragos, 26, is not much of a contributor on defense but the Seahawks value his play of special teams.
The 2013 season will be the fourth in the career of Maragos who has spent the last two seasons with the Seahawks after starting his career with the 49ers.
Chris Maragos just tweeted he's signed his 1-year RFA tender
Welcome back to the Seahawks Chris Maragos.
Adam Caplan has confirmed the news on his twitter account, according to Maragos' agent Scott Smith..
Maragos also just tweeted
Just signed my tender, inks not even dry yet, blessed to be a #Seahawk and can't wait for 2013! #Seahawks #12thman— Chris Maragos...
As I have noted before on Outside the Boxscore, there are plenty of moments when NFL referees look like bumbling fools.
During the Seattle Seahawks/New York Jets affair, a referee with a giant towel trips over the foot of Seattle special teamer Chris Maragos:
(Courtesy of SB Nation)
In my story today, at 5-10 and 200 pounds, Seattle Seahawks safety Chris Maragos doesn’t look like much. But since being activated Oct. 22 for the Cleveland game, the Wisconsin native has made the most of his opportunities, serving as a key special teams player and backing up Seattle’s best defensive player, Earl Thomas. Maragos walked on at both Western Michigan and Wisconsin...