R. Brown Agrees to Five-Year Extension With Eagles
The Philadelphia Eagles agreed to a five-year contract extension with wide receiver Reggie Brown.
The deal is worth $21 million, including $10 million in bonuses. It also contains an additional $6 million in incentives that could push its overall value to $27 million.
The extension runs through the 2014 season. Brown's previous contract was to expire after the 2009 season.
The club attempted to sign Brown, a second-year pro who's become a full-time starter and a relatively dependable receiver this season, to an extension by Monday's deadline for a portion of the bonus money to count against this season's salary cap. The two sides nearly completed a deal then but didn't. The Eagles, though, remained interested in finishing the agreement.
By Mark Maske |
November 9, 2006; 7:25 PM ET
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