The Philadelphia Eagles are keeping their tight end corps from last season, as today the team announced it has re-signed Richard Rodgers to a two-year contract.
Rodgers missed more than half of the 2018 season with a knee injury. He was one of two players who the Eagles designated for return from injured reserve. He was able to play in seven games to end the season, but recorded just one reception for seven yards.
He enters 2019 training camp, he'll be fully healthy and prepared to handle the third tight end responsibilities, behind Zach Ertz and Dallas Goedert. The team will likely bring in another tight end after the draft to compete with Rodgers, but the veteran will have a big upper hand on winning the job.