R. Fowler Switches Course, Signs Offer Sheet With Titans Instead of Eagles
It happens at least once a year in free agency: A player agrees to a deal and then backs out of it to sign a better deal with another team.
This year, it happened on the restricted free agent market.
On Sunday, Dallas Cowboys linebacker Ryan Fowler agreed to a four-year, $10.5 million offer sheet with the Philadelphia Eagles. Today he backed out of that deal and signed a four-year, $11.5 million offer sheet with the Tennessee Titans instead.
The Cowboys have a week to decide whether to match the offer and retain Fowler. They don't get any draft-pick compensation if they allow Fowler to go to Tennessee. The Titans, like the Eagles, are offering Fowler a chance to earn a starting job.
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