The last thing you want to do in the NFL is let a loss affect you. The Philadelphia Eagles are coming off a tough one on the road against the 49ers, but by the looks of things they’re not letting it get to them.
In fact, they might be just a little too jolly for their own good.
Here’s Eagles punter Donnie Jones singing an almost unrecognizable country version of Sir Mix a Lot’s...
Geoff Mosher reports that the Eagles re-signed P Donnie Jones to three-year contract.
Recent reports indicated that a deal was close, so it apparently only took a few extra hours to get things squared away.
Jones, 33, came over from the Texans last year and signed a one-year deal with the Eagles. According to Pro Football Focus, Jones was rated as the No. 21 punter in the league last year.
The Philadelphia Eagles have finally made some noise in free agency. It’s not big but it definitely gets the job done. According to ESPN’s Adam Caplan, the Eagles have re-signed punter Donnie Jones to a three year deal and released safety Patrick Chung.
Eagles agree to terms with punter Donnie Jones on a 3-year contract. The team also released safety Patrick Chung...
After one disappointing season, Patrick Chung was released by the Eagles Tuesday afternoon.
In the first hour of free-agency Tuesday the Eagles moved to take care of some housecleaning with two of their veterans.
First, the team re-signed punter Donnie Jones to a three-year deal and also announced that they had released safety Patrick Chung. Jones was one of the team's steadiest...
Geoff Mosher of CSN Philly reports that the Eagles are working on re-signing free agent P Donnie Jones.
Mosher adds that the two parties have been talking, but the Eagles are still in the early stages of speaking to free agents.
Jones, 33, came over from the Texans last year and signed a one-year deal with the Eagles. According to Pro Football Focus, Jones was rated as the...
Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News reports that the Eagles are talking to free agent P Donnie Jones regarding a new contract, but adds that “nothing is imminent” as of now.
Adam Caplan of ESPN also mentioned that Philadelphia wants Jones back next season.
Jones, 33, came over from the Texans last year when he signed a one-year contract. He finished the 2013 season...
Donnie Jones set Eagles franchise records for punt average and most punts inside the 20-yard line in his first season with the Philadelphia Eagles. (Image courtesy of Philly.com)
Over the course of the next two weeks we will examine each of the Philadelphia Eagles 2013 free-agent signings and off-season additions and look at how they contributed to this year's NFC East championship...