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  • Eagles' Brandon Graham: Returning for 15th season

    Graham signed a one-year extension with the Eagles on Saturday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. The extension will act as a farewell tour of sorts for Graham, who is expected to retire following his 15th professional season. The pass rusher played his fewest snaps in a healthy season since 2013, but he's still a solid enough rotational piece, as the 35-year-old tallied 3.0 sacks in 2023 and a stunning 11.0 the year prior, when he reprised a similar rotational role.
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  • Eagles' Brandon Graham: Likely staying in Philadelphia

    Graham expects to be back with the Eagles in 2024 as the two sides continue working on a new deal, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. Graham has spent all 14 years of his NFL career with the Eagles, and he's expected to extend his stay in Philadelphia this offseason. Across 17 regular-season games in 2023, Graham recorded 16 total tackles, including 3.0 sacks, and one defended pass. The 35-year-old has seen a consistent decrease in production over the last couple years, but he's still expected to serve as a solid rotational defensive end going forward.
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  • Eagles' Brandon Graham: Logs sack in win

    Graham recorded two tackles (two solo), including a sack, in Philadelphia's 37-34 win over the Bills on Sunday. Graham had a solid outing Sunday as he logged his third sack of the season. The 35-year-old will look to produce once again during the team's upcoming matchup against the 49ers.
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  • Eagles' Brandon Graham: Up to 5.5 sacks

    Graham tallied three tackles, including a sack, in Sunday's 35-10 win over the Titans. The 34-year-old defensive end has transitioned into more of a rotational role at this stage of his career, as he played just 33 percent of the Eagles' defensive snaps Sunday and hasn't topped a 49 percent share in any of his 12 appearances on the season. Josh Sweat and Haason Reddick are the Eagles' top pass rushers these days, but with Robert Quinn (knee) and Derek Barnett (knee) on injured reserve, Graham will continue to have a role. Graham has compiled 24 tackles, 5.5 sacks and a forced fumble so far this season.
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  • Eagles' Brandon Graham: Ruled out for season

    Coach Nick Sirianni confirmed Monday that Graham (Achilles) won't return in 2021, EJ Smith of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Graham was carted off the field in the second quarter of Sunday's Week 2 loss to the 49ers, and he was diagnosed with a torn Achilles after he underwent further tests. Josh Sweat and Ryan Kerrigan are likely in line for increased playing time in his absence.
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  • Eagles' Brandon Graham: Won't return Sunday

    Graham (lower leg) has been declared out of Sunday's game against San Francisco, Zach Berman of The Athletic reports. The Eagles lose a huge threat off the edge. Josh Sweat, Ryan Kerrigan and Derek Barnett should get extra chances as a result.
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  • Eagles' Brandon Graham: Still dangerous in 11th season

    Graham notched 46 tackles (35 solo), eight sacks, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery through 16 games in 2020. Graham slowly tailed off during the latter half of the 2020 season (only one sack during the last eight games), but he was easily Philadelphia's top defensive player to begin the year. The Eagles are facing a difficult salary cap situation, so the team could need to approach Graham about a restructured contract before the new league year begins in March. However, the soon-to-be 33-year-old should be a strong candidate to remain in Philadelphia, where he's spent his entire career. In addition to his on-field abilities, the veteran's leadership should be invaluable for new coach Nick Sirianni.
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  • Eagles' Brandon Graham: Sacks Lamar Jackson twice

    Graham posted six tackles and two sacks in Sunday's 30-28 loss to the Ravens. It's never easy to take down a shifty quarterback like Lamar Jackson, but Graham did it twice Sunday to help keep the Eagles in the game. This was Graham's second two-sack performance of the season, as he's now up to five sacks through the first six games. His tackle numbers are likely too flaky for him to be a consistent IDP contributor, but Graham's ceiling is appealing.
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  • Eagles' Brandon Graham: Two sacks in tie

    Graham recorded four tackles, all solo, and two sacks across 58 defensive snaps in Sunday's tie with the Bengals. Graham now has sacks in back-to-back contests to go with seven tackles on the year. He played in 81 percent of the defensive snaps Sunday, which led the Eagles defensive line. He'll now shift his focus to a Sunday night showdown with the 49ers.
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  • Eagles' Brandon Graham: Dealing with concussion

    Coach Doug Pederson said Graham is in concussion protocol, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. Graham exited Sunday's loss to Washington with a head injury, and now it's confirmed that he's battling a concussion. His status for Week 2's matchup versus the Rams is uncertain at this time, and Wednesday's initial practice report should provide a better idea of his status.
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  • Eagles' Brandon Graham: Evaluated for head injury

    Graham exited Sunday's Week 1 contest against Washington to be evaluated for a head injury. Graham was one of a number of Eagles' defensive linemen to leave the game. Prior to his exit, he managed two tackles, including a tackle for loss. With little time remaining in the contest, Graham likely will look toward a return in Week 2 against the Rams.
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  • Eagles' Brandon Graham: Logs three-year high in tackles

    Graham recorded 50 tackles (35 solo) and 8.5 sacks in 2019. Graham played 16 games for the seventh time in the last eight years but hadn't made 50 tackles in a season since 2016. The 8.5 sacks came just one shy of the career-high he set two years ago. Heading into his age-32 season, the Michigan product has two years left on his deal with the Eagles and will be back leading the rotation at defensive end in 2020.
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  • Eagles' Brandon Graham: Drops QB in win

    Graham registered four tackles (two solo) and a sack in Sunday's 22-14 win over the Bears. Graham and the Eagles' defensive front made it extremely difficult on Mitchell Trubisky, who completed less than 50 percent of his passes for just 125 yards and no scores. Graham now has six sacks through eight games, and his career-high of 9.5 is within reach.
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  • Eagles' Brandon Graham: Piles up three sacks

    Graham registered three sacks in Sunday's 31-6 win over the Jets. Graham didn't mark a sack in each of the first four games, but he throttled up against the lowly Jets. His career high is 9.5 sacks posted in the 2017 season, and that's now a realistic goal again.
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  • Eagles' Brandon Graham: Removed from PUP list

    Graham (ankle) has been removed from the PUP list ahead of Monday's practice, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. After missing all of training camp while rehabbing from May ankle surgery, Graham apparently is ready to practice in some capacity. He'll likely be eased in over the next few weeks, as Eagles coach Doug Pederson has already admitted he isn't sure if the 30-year-old will be ready for Week 1. The team is fortunate to have solid depth behind Graham at defensive end, with the position group also including Michael Bennett, Chris Long, Derek Barnett and Josh Sweat. The likelihood of a rotation could make it hard for any of the bunch to stand out as an IDP asset.
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  • Eagles' Brandon Graham: Aiming to be healthy for opener

    Graham -- who underwent ankle surgery in early May -- hopes to retake the field in time for Week 1 against the Falcons, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Graham indicated Thursday that he will be off crutches next week and believes he is ahead of schedule in his recovery from the procedure. A better grasp on his timeline will likely surface as the preseason progresses, but his status for the beginning of the regular season appears hazy at this point.
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  • Eagles' Brandon Graham: Undergoes ankle procedure

    Graham had right ankle surgery earlier in May and is expected to sit out offseason workouts, Chris Wesseling of reports. Graham suffered a high-ankle sprain in Week 16, but he managed push through it on the way to a Super Bowl win, during which he stripped Tom Brady late in the fourth quarter. This surgery was to expedite the recovery process, and he's on track to be back in action for training camp in July. Graham had his best year yet in 2017, mustering 47 tackles (33 solo) and 9.5 sacks in 15 games.
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  • Eagles' Brandon Graham: Makes biggest play of SBLII

    Graham tallied two solo tackles, a sack and a forced fumble in the Super Bowl victory over the Patriots. His strip-sack of Tom Brady in the waning minutes of the fourth quarter led to a field goal that put the Eagles up by eight with 65 seconds remaining. It was a perfect ending to a career season which saw the 29-year-old make 47 tackles (33 solo), and shatter his previous career high with 9.5 sacks. He also forced two fumbles, defensed two passes and scored his first career touchdown. The Michigan product should be a top option again at his position in 2018 IDP leagues.
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  • Eagles' Brandon Graham: X-rays return negative

    Graham, who departed Monday's 19-10 win over the Raiders with an ankle injury, said after the game that X-rays came back negative, Reuben Frank of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. He accrued four tackles before exiting the contest. Graham indicated that he would be fine going forward, but with Monday's win guaranteeing the Eagles home-field advantage for the postseason, the team might not have much incentive to run the defensive end out there for a mostly meaningless Week 17 matchup with the Cowboys. If Graham is sidelined for the regular-season finale, Chris Long, Vinny Curry and Derek Barnett could pick up a few extra snaps as part of the Eagles' defensive-end rotation.
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  • Eagles' Brandon Graham: Hurts ankle Monday

    Graham injured his ankle and is listed as questionable to return to Monday's game against the Raiders. Neither the nature or severity of Graham's injury is clear. Both Derek Barnett and Chris Long should pick up additional snaps in his absence.
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