While it is true that the taste of losing the Super Bowl 2023 must still be bitter, Philadelphia Eagles received very good news today for the next campaign of the National Football League (NFL).
Defensive end Brandon Graham, who has played his entire career for the franchise, is renewing for a year and $6 million, after what was his best year in terms of sacks since entering the league in 2010 (11 in total).
This signing opens the door so that, should he stay healthy, Graham can become the player with the most games in the history of the Philadelphia Eagles.
Brandon Graham could break all-time record at Philadelphia Eagles
While he’s not the only one (Jason Kelce and, if he stays, Fletcher Cox, can also surpass the mark this season), Brandon Graham will look to prove his longevity for an Eagles who trusted him 13 years ago in the first round of the 2010 NFL Draft.
Of the 17 games, Graham must play in 11 to become the most appearances player in franchise history. He currently has 178 games and has a chance to surpass Harold Carmichael (180), Brian Dawkins (183) and David Akers (188).