After two workouts in roughly a week and an absence of more than two years, veteran linebacker Jeremiah Trotter is back where he started.
According to Jay Glazer of FOX, the Eagles have agreed to terms with Trotter. Per Glazer, it’s a one-year deal.
Trotter told the Philadelphia Daily News that his second workout was “two to three times better” than his initial workout.
Trotter also says that arthroscopic knee surgery from 2008 has improved his mobility.
“To say my knee is better is an understatement,” he said.
Trotter could push Omar Gaither for the starting job, which Gaither inherited when Stewart Bradley tore an ACL during training camp.