Eagles sign Rick Lovato to four-year extension

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The Eagles signed long snapper Rick Lovato to a four-year contract extension through 2023, the team announced Tuesday.

Lovato, 27, signed a one-year contract in February to return to the Eagles.

He joined the Eagles in 2016 after Washington cut him.

Lovato has snapped in all of the team’s games since then.

He played for the Packers in two games in 2015.

14 responses to “Eagles sign Rick Lovato to four-year extension

  1. jam11163 says:
    November 19, 2019 at 5:38 pm
    Great move. Now go get someone who can catch the ball. The wide receiver’s are atrocious.

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    same receivers that have won 5 playoff games in the last 2 years with foles wentz is cancer

  2. This is a good signing and now I hope they sign Jordan Howard to an extension. Howard is one of the best running backs in the NFL.

  3. dolphins4 says:
    November 19, 2019 at 7:16 pm
    This is a good signing and now I hope they sign Jordan Howard to an extension. Howard is one of the best running backs in the NFL.

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    sign him so they can lose with wentz?

  4. danny woodson says:
    November 19, 2019 at 6:27 pm
    jam11163 says:
    November 19, 2019 at 5:38 pm
    Great move. Now go get someone who can catch the ball. The wide receiver’s are atrocious.

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    same receivers that have won 5 playoff games in the last 2 years with foles wentz is cancer

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    So the offensive weapons are:

    DeSean Jackson: played 1 game/first year with new regime
    Alshon Jeffery: out/on the downside
    Dallas Goedert: was drafted last year
    Boston Scott: practice squad
    Jordan Howard: out/first year
    Sproles: out
    Jordan Matthews: on his third stint with the team
    Zach Ertz: the same
    Nelson Agholor: the same
    Miles Sanders: first year
    Mack Hollins: hasn’t caught a pass since September

    That’s 2 out of 11.

  5. pmlangan says:
    November 19, 2019 at 8:28 pm
    danny woodson says:
    November 19, 2019 at 6:27 pm
    jam11163 says:
    November 19, 2019 at 5:38 pm
    Great move. Now go get someone who can catch the ball. The wide receiver’s are atrocious.

    ********
    same receivers that have won 5 playoff games in the last 2 years with foles wentz is cancer

    —————————

    So the offensive weapons are:

    DeSean Jackson: played 1 game/first year with new regime
    Alshon Jeffery: out/on the downside
    Dallas Goedert: was drafted last year
    Boston Scott: practice squad
    Jordan Howard: out/first year
    Sproles: out
    Jordan Matthews: on his third stint with the team
    Zach Ertz: the same
    Nelson Agholor: the same
    Miles Sanders: first year
    Mack Hollins: hasn’t caught a pass since September

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    wrong foles won 5 playoff games without jckson eagles with sproles jeffies agholor all sucked this year with wentz same exact receivers jeffires ertz agholor went 5-6 lastyear with wentz

  6. Solution to wide receiver debate, Anyone that follows pro football knows that 2 years are an eternity. Believe me they stink. Michael Thomas of he saints has more catches than our wide WR’s combined…

  7. danny woodson says:
    November 19, 2019 at 6:28 pm
    no matter who you sign as long as the cancer desean jackson and carson wentz are eagles tere will be no winning
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    1As a Redskins fan, I think Jackson has changed a lot since his first stint in Philly. While he wa in DC he really showed some maturity and remained a locker room leader during three organizational collapses. Really hope he hasn’t regressed in Philadelphia.
    2. When did Eagles fans get so agressively opposed to Wentz? Not a criticism, I’m honestly curious. It seemed like yesterday he was the “the new face of the NFL” and now y’all seem to loathe the guy. When did that happen? Again, actually want know.

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