Eagles agree to a deal with Brandon Graham that pays $20 million over next 2-years

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The Philadelphia Eagles will keep veteran defensive end, Brandon Graham, around for at least the next two years, as both parties agreed to a contract extension.

Graham was already scheduled to make #13 million this season and he’ll now make $20 million over the next two seasons.

The Eagles would save $8,943,750 per with a restructure per OVER THE CAP, while the one-year extension that is similar to Jason Kelce’s, would save the Eagles $9,540,000.

Graham logged 46 tackles (35 solo), eight sacks, two forced fumbles, and one fumble recovery through 16 games in 2020, finally notching his first Pro Bowl nod.

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