With Bamiro's contract, the Eagles have blown both marks out of the water. The 6-foot-8, 335-pound Bamiro is expected to sign a contract on Wednesday and will report to training camp along with the rest of the Eagles rookies on Monday. A FOX Sports report said several teams were interested, and that the 3-year contract Bamiro is expected to sign today includes some guaranteed salary over the first two seasons - a rarity for an undrafted free agent. The 22-year-old Bamiro attended the University of Pittsburgh-Titusville in 2008 but did not participate in intercollegiate athletics. The Eagles have announced that the team has signed the Stony Brook tackle, who through a complicated set of circumstances, never had to go through the regular or supplemental draft. One of those teams, the Dallas Cowboys, guaranteed $65,000 in base salary to undrafted linebacker Brandon Magee, which had been the largest individual base salary guarantee given to an undrafted free agent this offseason.