The Philadelphia Eagles have finally made some noise in free agency. It’s not big but it definitely gets the job done. According to ESPN’s Adam Caplan, the Eagles have re-signed punter Donnie Jones to a three year deal and released safety Patrick Chung.
Eagles agree to terms with punter Donnie Jones on a 3-year contract. The team also released safety Patrick Chung
— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) March 11, 2014
This past season, Donnie Jones has been the most unsung hero on the Philadelphia Eagles as this time last year he was huge free agent pickup. Jones helped Eagles a lot last season in terms of field position as the season before that Mat McBriar was horrible.
This past season, Jones punted the ball 82 times and averaged 44.9 yards per punt. Finally, in terms of safety Patrick Chung he was only in Philadelphia for one season and was a liable in pass coverage.
This past season, Chung played in 12 games while dealing with nagging injuries. He had 43 tackles on the season and three pass deflections.