Nate Herbig returning to the Eagles after signing restricted free agent tender

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The Eagles retained some of their offensive line depth on Monday after versatile guard Nate Herbig signed his restricted free agent tender.

Back in March, Philadelphia placed a right of first refusal tender on Herbig giving the organization the right to match any offer given by another team.

It’s unknown if Herbig had any discussions with other teams, and he’ll return as a reserve competing for a starting spot with Brandon Brooks retiring.

Herbig will now make $2.433 million next season after starting 17 total games for the Eagles over the past two seasons due to injury.

Philadelphia also has Isaac Seumalo returning from a 2021 foot injury, and the organization has several options at either guard spot heading into the NFL draft.

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