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Brandon Graham, Eagles agree to multi-year contract

Once an Eagle, always an Eagle.

NFL: Washington Redskins at Philadelphia Eagles Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

One of the biggest potential losses for the Eagles during free agency this offseason was defensive end Brandon Graham. He seemed eager to explore his options after saying a personal goodbye to all media members after clearing out his locker, but according to an official announcement from the team, Graham will instead return to Philadelphia on a three-year deal. Contract numbers:

Graham was drafted by the Eagles in 2010 and has been a constant contributor over the years, notably being responsible for the infamous strip sack of Tom Brady during the Super Bowl win a year ago.

In his nine years with the Eagles, he’s amassed 320 total tackles, including 76 tackles for loss, 90 quarterback hits and 42.5 sacks.

This may be a good year for the defensive line talent in the NFL Draft, but it’s going to be a big help having such a successful veteran back in the locker room.


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