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Wisniewski Returns On Three-Year Deal

Posted Mar 10, 2017

To get things started on the second day of free agency, the Eagles further solidified the depth along the offensive line by agreeing to terms on a new three-year contract with guard/center Stefen Wisniewski.

Wisniewski joined the Eagles on a one-year contract prior to last season. He appeared in all 16 games for the Eagles. Most of his action came on special teams, he did started six games for the Eagles at left guard. Wisniewski provided a steadying presence on an offensive line that saw its fair share of injuries despite the fact that he hadn’t appeared in a game at left guard since 2011.

Entering his seventh season in the NFL, the Penn State product has started 83 games at the NFL level, spending his first four seasons with Oakland (where he was a second-round pick in 2011) before playing for Jacksonville in 2015.

Wisniewski’s re-signing, along with Thursday’s addition of Chance Warmack on a one-year deal, gives the Eagles depth and versatility on the interior of the offensive line.

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