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Trent Cole, Frank Gore sign with Indianapolis Colts

Yesterday, former Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Trent Cole signed a two-year, $16 million deal with the Indianapolis Colts. Cole spent all 10 years of his career with Philadelphia before being cut recently. Cole brings with him a hefty career sack total of 85.5 and 569 total tackles in his long career. Joining Cole in Indianapolis will be San Francisco 49ers running back Frank Gore...
Via Total Sports Live
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Philadelphia Eagles to trade Nick Foles for Sam Bradford

At 4:00pm this afternoon, the NFL league year officially began. Speculations were no longer speculations as agreements between free agents and NFL organizations were officially finalized. The Philadelphia Eagles signed Byron Maxwell, a young cornerback who adds physicality to the secondary, to a lucrative contract. Other recent moves by the team involved the releases of Trent Cole...
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Trent Cole to sign with Colts

From 2007 to 2011 was at the peak of his career averaging 11 sacks in those five years. For the last three years, Cole has averaged less than 6 per season. Cole is clearly on the downturn of his career, but can he have a resurgence with the right team? Ian Rapoport is reporting that team is the Colts. The #Colts are signing pass-rusher Trent Cole — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March...
Via This Given Sunday
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Three free agents that could replace Trent Cole for the Philadelphia Eagles

Yesterday it was made official as the Philadelphia Eagles have released ten-year veteran outside linebacker Trent Cole. With the Eagles releasing Cole and most likely not re-signing Brandon Graham, they now have a serious hole at the outside linebacker position. Luckily the outside linebacker free agent class is loaded with players that can fit into Billy Davis’ 3-4 scheme. Here...
Via cover32 - Eagles
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Ohio natives: Brian Hartline decision soon, Ted Ginn visits, and Trent Cole to be released

As we have noted, the Browns have interest in a pair of former Buckeye wide receivers that are currently available. These receivers continue to meet with teams, but will likely sign somewhere before the free agency officially opens. PFT reports that Brian Hartline is spending today in Chicago and will likely make a choice between the Bears and Browns within 24 hours. Of course...
Via Waiting For Next Year
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Trent Cole has ‘no respect’ for Eagles after release from team

Trent Cole was drafted by the Eagles in 2005 and spent the last 10 seasons with the club. On Tuesday, his tenure in Philadelphia came to an end and the two-time Pro Bowler was none to happy about it. Cole was set to make $10 million the upcoming season and had a salary cap number...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Eagles to Release Trent Cole

The Philadelphia Eagles continue to shed from their payroll in the lead up to free agency. According to ESPN NFL insider Adam Caplan, the team will release pass rusher Trent Cole after the two sides were unable to come to terms on a restructured contract. Cole, 32, was set to count $11.625 million against the cap. By releasing him, Philadelphia will save $8.425 million against the...
Via Sportsnaut
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Eagles working on a new contract with Trent Cole

Thus far this offseason, the Philadelphia Eagles have released tight end James Casey and offensive lineman Todd Herremans as cap casualties and could be faced with the same situation again with veteran outside linebacker Trent Cole. The Eagles prefer not to release Cole, who has been a fan favorite among fans but he is making $11.6 million this upcoming season, which is second highest...
Via Total Sports Live
25 days ago  |  Discuss

NFC East: Potential Cap Casualties

We are now in the league’s purging part of the offseason. With franchise tag assignments coming up in the next few week’s and free agency on the horizon, teams around the league are going to be evaluating their roster to see where they can save. While there is always much anticipation and excitement about which free agents will sign where, this article should act to show some...
February 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Trent Cole’s potential replacement to visit with Philadelphia Eagles today

Per Gil Brandt of, the Philadelphia Eagles will host Montana OLB Jordan Tripp today for a visit: Jordan Tripp will visit #Eagles Monday, #Falcons later in week. Brock Coyle will visit #Seahawks, #Chargers, I like both #Montana LBs. — Gil Brandt (@Gil_Brandt) April 6, 2014 Tripp is a very intriguing prospect. Although he’s a small-school product, he had a very productive...
Via cover32 - Eagles
April 07, 2014  |  2 Comments

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