Team Notebook: Philadelphia Eagles
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Eagles | Bennie Logan not expected back in Philly
Impending free-agent DT Bennie Logan is likely to find a better deal from someone other than the Philadelphia Eagles next month, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer's Zach Berman. The Eagles have already handed out expensive second contracts to fellow defensive linemen Fletcher Cox, Vinny Curry, Brandon Graham and Connor Barwin.
Eagles | Multiple teams interested in Connor Barwin
Several teams have expressed interest in trading for Philadelphia Eagles LB Connor Barwin, according to multiple sources. He has two years remaining on his current contract and is slated to make $7.75 million in 2017, with a salary cap hit of $8.35 million.
Eagles | Trey Burton likely to stick in Philly
Philadelphia Eagles TE Trey Burton is likely to remain with the club entering the 2017 season. He is a restricted free agent that Philadelphia values for both his growing presence in the offense and ongoing role as one of the team's best special-teams players. Additionally, he's "developed a close bond" with QB Carson Wentz. The Eagles have the option to keep him by giving him a tender, which Burton is "likely" to play on and be a restricted free agent next offseason.
Eagles | Eagles expected to keep Brent Celek
Philadelphia Eagles TE Brent Celek is likely to remain with the team going into the 2017 season. The Eagles like his contributions on the field and around the facility, plus his durability. He'll count $5 million against the cap, but Philadelphia would only save $1 million by releasing him.
Eagles | DeSean Jackson headed back to Philly?
Washington Redskins impending free-agent WR DeSean Jackson's potential return to the Philadelphia Eagles is talked about as a "certainty" by several teams, according to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports.
Eagles | Jason Peters has leverage in negotiations
Eagles | Eagles targeting Alshon Jeffery
Eagles | Leodis McKelvin cut
Eagles | Jason Peters may have to take pay cut
The Philadelphia Eagles have approached OT Jason Peters about taking a pay cut. He is scheduled to make a base salary of $10.45 million in 2017 and carries a cap number of $11.7 million, the highest on the team.
Eagles | Carson Wentz ready for more
Eagles | Kenny Stills on Eagles' wish list
Eagles | No decline in Jason Kelce
Eagles | Ryan Mathews likely gone
Eagles | Mychal Kendricks a trade candidate
Eagles | Leodis McKelvin expected to be cut
Eagles | Carson Wentz to work with acclaimed QB guru
Eagles | Mike Groh joins Eagles
Eagles | Taylor Hart moving to offensive line
Eagles | Mike Groh expected to join Philly staff
Eagles | Philly adds Dallas Thomas
Eagles | Jason Kelce may have new uniform
Philadelphia Eagles C Jason Kelce is being considered to be released in the offseason, according to a source. Kelce is set to count $6.2 million against the salary cap next year, and the team could save $3.8 million by cutting him.
Eagles | Mike Groh to interview with Eagles
Eagles | Carson Wentz plans to rest up
Philadelphia Eagles QB Carson Wentz said he is going to take some time off to rest his body, especially his arm, before working to improve his throwing mechanics. Wentz said his offseason training program could include sessions with quarterback guru Tom House.
Eagles | Nelson Agholor unreliable in 2016
Eagles | Zach Ertz preparing for big 2017
Philadelphia Eagles TE Zach Ertz credits his strong finish to the 2016 season to improved chemistry with QB Carson Wentz, and Ertz plans to continue to develop chemistry with Wentz by working with him over the offseason.
Eagles | Philly signs Andrew Bonnet
Eagles | Dom Williams joins Eagles
Eagles | Sanjay Lal to talk with Eagles
Eagles | Connor Barwin would accept pay cut
Eagles | Greg Lewis fired
Eagles | Team wants QB coach to stay
The Philadelphia Eagles want quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo to stay, even going so far as to not allow him to interview for the open New York Jets offensive coordinator job. The Eagles want DeFilippo to continue working with QB Carson Wentz and keep his development in a positive direction.
Eagles | Philly signs Rasheed Bailey
Eagles | Several signed future deals by Eagles
Philadelphia Eagles LB Don Cherry, TE Anthony Denham, CB Aaron Grymes, WR Marcus Johnson, WR David Watford, OG Aaron Neary, OG Darrell Greene and DT Aziz Shittu were signed to future contracts Monday, Jan. 2.
Eagles | Trey Burton likely back
Eagles | Brent Celek expects to stay
Philadelphia Eagles TE Brent Celek said he expects to remain with the Eagles in 2017. His cap number is $5 million, and he would cost the team $4 million in dead cap space if he's released. Celek said he's fine with taking fewer snaps in favor of TEs Zach Ertz and Trey Burton.
Eagles | Zach Ertz closes strong
Eagles | Carson Wentz solid in finale
Eagles | Doug Pederson to return in 2017
Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson will return for the 2017 season, according to a team source. Executive vice president of football operations Howie Roseman and vice president of player personnel Joe Douglas will also return.
Eagles | Nelson Agholor downgraded to out
Eagles | Nelson Agholor injured
Eagles | Jordan Matthews inactive for Week 17
Eagles | Week 17 inactives for Philadelphia
Eagles | Paul Turner may be in uniform
Eagles | Jordan Matthews may not play
Eagles | Friday injury report for Philadelphia
Philadelphia Eagles OG Allen Barbre (hamstring) is listed as doubtful for Week 17. LB Jordan Hicks (ankle), LB Mychal Kendricks (quadriceps) and OG Isaac Seumalo (ankle) are listed as questionable. Barbre and Kendricks were limited during practice. Hicks and Seumalo fully participated in practice. DE Brandon Graham (non-injury) did not participate in practice but is not on the injury report. OT Halapoulivaati Vaitai (knee) and SS Jaylen Watkins (concussion) fully participated in practice and are not on the injury report.