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:
The #Eagles agreed to terms on a 3-year deal with pass-rusher Brandon Graham worth $40M, source said. The 30-year-old has a real chance to finish his career in Philly while also taking a top pass-rusher off the market.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 1, 2019
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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