Today, the Eagles announced they have signed G Isaac Seumalo to a three-year contract extension through 2022.
Seumalo was drafted in the 3rd-round of the 2016 NFL Draft. Back then Eagles front office was hopeful he would develop into a lineman they could trust to protect the franchise QB they drafted the day before - Carson Wentz. In 2016 he ended up getting snaps at all five offensive line positions, but didn't secure a starting spot. In the 2017 preseason the coaching staff named him the starting left guard. He played poorly and was eventually replaced by Stefen Wisniewski, who secured the spot and played all the way through the Eagles win in Super Bowl LII. In 2018 Wisniewski lost his starting role, and the role was given back to Seumalo. With his second chance Seumalo excelled, playing well enough to earn this contract extension.