One of the heroes from Super Bowl LII will be staying in midnight green.
Today, the Philadelphia Eagles announced that they have signed DE Brandon Graham to a three-year contract extension.
Graham will now have a chance to add onto his already stellar Eagles career. He currently ranks 27th in franchise history in tackles (237), 7th in sacks (42.5), 5th in forced fumbles (16), 3rd in QB hits (90), and 2nd in tackles for loss (76).
Graham isn't the only one happy to be staying in Philadelphia, as his daughter Emerson is singing the Eagles fight song loud and proud today.
If Graham plays through the entirety of his three-year deal, the case will likely be that he retires after that deal. Earlier in the offseason Graham made it known that whatever happened in Free Agency, that he will be making Philadelphia his home after he is done football. He has developed himself into an on-air personality, and it's safe to assume he will end up with some type of broadcasting career once he hangs up his spikes.