By Max Harper
The 34-year-old Brandon Graham agreed to terms on a one-year contract worth up to $6 million to remain with the Eagles, NFL Network Insiders Ian Rapaport and Tom Pelissero reported.
ESPN first reported the news.
“It ain’t really about the money for me right now,” Graham told the Inky of his new deal.
“It’s just more about coming back. I don’t want to miss this run we about to go on.”
The former first-round pick will enter his 14th campaign with the Eagles, coming off one of the best seasons of his career. As a rotational player on Philly’s dominant defensive line, Graham gobbled up a career-high 11 sacks while adding 16 QB hits.
The longest-tenured Eagle has played 178 regular-season games in Philly, netting 70 sacks and 451 tackles. The pass rusher famously authored one of the most memorable plays in franchise history, a strip-sack of Tom Brady in Super Bowl LII to help deliver Philadelphia its lone Lombardi Trophy.
Brandon Graham opts to stay in Philly out of loyalty instead of testing the market. https://t.co/H3Mpab4IB6
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 10, 2023