The Eagles have a lot of tough choices to make this offseason when it comes to their pending free agents. Today, it sounds like Howie Roseman made a decision about one his linebackers, as Mike Kaye of NJ Advance Media is reporting that the Eagles are planning on re-signing Paul Worrilow to another one-year deal.
The Eagles signed Worrilow, a Delaware native, to a one-year contract last season worth $880,000. He never got to show much with the Eagles though, as he torn his ACL on day one of OTAs. Worrilow has played in 72 games in his career. He’s considered to be a capable special teams player, as well as a quality depth option at linebacker.
After signing a cheap deal last season and then going through ACL rehab, Worrilow won't cost much to keep around and have him battle for a depth spot on the Eagles roster in 2019. Howie Roseman liked him enough to sign in 2018, so he figures it is worth the shot at re-signing him and see what he can offer for this upcoming season.
UPDATE: The Eagles officially announced that they have signed Worrilow to a one-year contract.