• Eagles sign two before free agency, aren’t expected to re-sign any others

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Mar 12, 2013
    That’s because cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie will become a free agent this afternoon and the Eagles are not expected to make much of an effort to re-sign him. Free agency kicks off in about a few minutes and there are some relatively big names on the market for the Eagles to pursue. With five quarterbacks already on the roster and a weak market, they won't add to the group via free agency. They signed defensive lineman Isaac Sopoaga, safety Patrick Chung, and tight end James Casey to three-year contracts and cornerback Bradley Fletcher and linebacker Jason Phillips to two-year deals.
    • Philadelphia Eagles sign five players on first day of NFL free agency

      On the first day of free agency, the Eagles announced the signing of five players: cornerback Bradley Fletcher, tight end James Casey, safety Patrick Chung, linebacker Jason Phillips and defensive tackle Isaac Sopoaga.
      Source: philly.com
    • Eagles looking to fill specific needs from free agency

      Any Eagles splash in free agency will likely be a position with a specific need, such as the offensive line, defensive line, and secondary. The Eagles will be less inclined to invest in a position of relative strength unless there's tangible value.
      Source: philly.com
  • Eagles not expected to pursue big-name free agents

    A word of caution to those that hope that Birds general manager Howie Roseman will sign cornerback Sean Smith or safety Dashon Goldon or outside linebacker Paul Kruger -- it's not likely to happen.
    Source: philly.com

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