He was a hold-out of voluntary works. Last week he rejoined the team. On Monday, Eagles defensive tackle Fletcher Cox signed a contract extension.
It is a six year deal worth 103 million dollars, 63 million is guaranteed.
The first-round draft pick in 2012 has been a starter since midway in his rookie season. One of the NFL’s most versatile defensive linemen, he has 308 tackles and 22 sacks in his four pro seasons.
Cox, 25, did not attend the team’s organized offseason activities, but returned to the teams last week.
He comes off his best NFL season with 104 tackles (80 solo) and 9 1-2 sacks. He had three sacks against New Orleans in Week 5, a career high.
(the Associated Press contributed to this post)