Eagles re-sign Stefan Wisniewski

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The Eagles have their quarterback. They’re now adding pieces around him. And keeping them.

After a day that saw the arrival of receiver Alshon Jeffery, receiver Torrey Smith, and guard Chance Warmack, the Eagles have agreed to terms with guard/center Stefan Wisniewski. The team announced the move on Friday morning.

Wisniewski arrived a year ago, appearing in 16 games and starting six of them. He previously spent four years with the Raiders and one with the Jaguars.

The move comes at a time when the Eagles are reportedly considering moving on from veteran center Jason Kelce.

20 responses to “Eagles re-sign Stefan Wisniewski

  1. Good veteran depth on the line. Need it for the eventual Peters injury/Lane Johnson PED suspension

  2. …But judging by the picture, he refuses to stop wearing his Raiders uni as he feels Raiders black is slimming and green just doesn’t look good on him.

  3. This signing is further proof that the hoagie eating Eagles beat writers don’t have a clue. They’ve been writing Wiz off since the buzzer sounded in week 17 of last year, even though it made total sense to bring him back.

  4. It’ll be very surprising if Kelce is on the week one roster. Actually, I’ll be surprised if Kelce is in training camp.

  5. Dream team. Some people never learn. Birds love winning the offseason. You build through the draft not FA. I remember when everyone was excited about donte stallworth too. Good players without off field issues don’t get moved on from (ie.Alshon Jeffrey) . but enjoy your 15 mins again philly.

  6. This coming from brucejennerhasmoresacksthanyou. And I’m the unintelligent one. The dream team stems from Eagle GM’s just signing names without games and playing fantasy football. Has nothing to do with length of the contract. But I’m sure you already knew that.

  7. Youknowimright says:
    Mar 10, 2017 11:05 AM

    Dream team. Some people never learn. Birds love winning the offseason. You build through the draft not FA. I remember when everyone was excited about donte stallworth too. Good players without off field issues don’t get moved on from (ie.Alshon Jeffrey) . but enjoy your 15 mins again philly.

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    They have draft picks too, sweetie.

  8. Yes YouknowI’mright you are dumb. Their is one name. A one year deal for a wr who can actually play. An OL with a 3 mil cap hit and two more one year deals totaling 1 mil in guaranteed money. They’re doing it so they can build through the draft and not be at the cap ceiling every year like a certain team in Texas who constantly has to restructure contracts.

  9. Oh I love how seriously you guys take it. And you are allowed to say Dallas. And they are terrible at drafting so that is why they always try to make a big superficial splash in FA, draft picks or not. you guys are very cute with your little team.

  10. It’s ok, every move the birds make this time of year is the best in the league until it is not. Enjoy your offseason championship, Again!!!

  11. Youknowimright: you are only making yourself look threatened by what the eagles are doing. They are building somethibg special right now, they are gonna drft their own (I see them double dipping at CB in rounds 1 and 2). Wr just wasnt all that great in this draft. Cb and Hb are and that just so happens to be their needs now. Imagine that.

    Later loser. In a year or two when the Eagles are dominating Ill be sure to remember you.

  12. Like they dominated when they got stallworth, or when they dominated when the got nhamdi, or when they dominated when they got demarco. Yes you are right, I am very threatened. Same story different year. and I’m sure all of those draft picks will work out based on past draft success. You funny!

  13. @youknowimalwayswrong: Pipe down. The Eagles did the right thing in this case. Your team was one OT coin toss away from losing to the Eagles this year, and Zeke said after the game that it was the hardest he’d ever been hit over the course of four quarters in his life. Our rivalry is going to be a strong one for a long time. And you know I’m right about that.

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