Eagles extend Avonte Maddox through 2024

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Eagles cornerback Avonte Maddox won’t leave Philadelphia any time soon.

The Eagles announced today that Maddox has signed a contract extension through the 2024 season.

A 2018 fourth-round draft pick, Maddox was in the final season of his rookie contract and was poised to become a free agent in March. Now he’ll stick around, for a reported $22.5 million over the next three years.

Maddox usually doesn’t start but is a valuable member of the secondary rotation, and the Eagles have ensured that he’ll continue to be an important part of their defense.

3 responses to “Eagles extend Avonte Maddox through 2024

  1. Not really understanding the direction… First Goedert, who I would imagine wouldn’t get a similar deal on the open market. Then Maddox, who falls into that category even more so.

  2. Maddox is the nickel CB. He plays a lot, as the Eagles usually have only 2 LBs on the field. Effectively he’s a starter, depending on which package the Eagles D uses to start a game.

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