Wisniewski signs three year deal with Eagles

10 March 2017 Eagles News

The Philadelphia Eagles have announced that they have agreed to terms with G Stefen Wisniewski on a three-year deal.

The deal is said to be close to $9 million dollars, but Wisniewski can make $15 million dollars in incentives, according to NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo.

Last season, the former Jaguars lineman signed a one-year prove it deal with the Eagles, in hopes to land a long term contract. Wisniewski offered the Eagles a quality back up with position versatility during the season, playing 6 games for the Birds with players going down with injuries.

The Eagles also signed G Chance Warmack and Allen Barbre to a one year deals yesterday, which could only mean one thing for C Jason Kelce. With both Isaac Seumalo and Stefen Wisniewski with center experience on their resume and the Birds looking for more cap space, Jason Kelce’s days could be numbered in Philadelphia.