Stefen Wisniewski is back in Philly and ready to party.
The Philadelphia Eagles announced that they've re-signed the veteran guard to a one-year deal. Per NFL Network's Mike Garafolo, the contract is worth $1.5 million contract, with $500,000 in additional incentives.
The Eagles declined the 30-year-old's $3.7 million option back in March. Now, they get him back at a fraction of the cost.
With projected starter Brandon Brooks coming off an Achilles tear, Wisniewski should spend the offseason working with the starters before becoming an all-purpose interior plug-and-play backup option once Brooks returns.
Re-upping the versatile Wisniewski provides the Eagles some much needed veteran depth on an o-line that got ripped up by injury last season.
Here are other moves and injuries we're tracking around the league Monday:
- Per Rapoport, the Pittsburgh Steelers signed undrafted free agent offensive lineman Damien Prince after rookie tryouts over the weekend.
- Denver Broncos offensive lineman Nico Falah, who went down at practice Monday, is suspected to have torn his Achilles, a source told Rapoport. Falah, a reserve who spent time on the 53-man roster last year, is awaiting imaging results but will miss the season if tests confirm a tear.