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Maragos Agrees To New Three-Year Deal

Posted Nov 17, 2016

The Eagles' special teams unit has been one of the best in the NFL over the past few seasons, if not the very best. On Thursday, the Eagles locked up a key special teams piece, agreeing to terms on a new three-year contract with safety Chris Maragos.

“From the first day he set foot in the city of Philadelphia in 2014, Chris Maragos has represented our organization at the highest level on and off the field," said Howie Roseman. "His work ethic, team-first attitude, accountability and high character are things he brings to work every single day. And he happens to be one of the best special teams players in the NFL and we’re excited to be able to extend his contract.”

Before arriving in Philadelphia, Maragos played three seasons with the Seattle Seahawks, winning Super Bowl XLVIII. Since his arrival in 2014, he's been a stalwart of the Eagles' special teams. In 2014, he led the Eagles with 14 special teams tackles, forced a fumble, blocked a punt and scored his first career touchdown on a blocked punt recovery against the then-St. Louis Rams.

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