Of the two signings the one that will catch the most eyes is Cooper. The wide receiver overcame a dicey situation which showed him saying a racial slur last summer and became a dependable target catching 47 passes for 835 yards and eight touchdowns. The Eagles could still bring Jeremy Maclin back which makes projecting Cooper’s 2014 production anyone’s guess.
Cooper’s deal is for five-years and $25 million. He will be guaranteed $10 million.
— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) February 27, 2014
Kelce, 26, had one year left on his rookie deal. He gets a new deal worth six-years and $37.5 million. The Eagles could have Kelce though 2020. The deal carries $13 million in guaranteed money and is well deserved after Kelce established himself as one of the NFL’s best centers last season. The Eagles now have their entire offensive line locked up.