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2 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES GAME NOTES 205 SCHEDULE AND RESULTS PRESEASON Sunday August 6 Indianapolis :00 pm (NBC0) Saturday August 22 Baltimore 7:00 pm (NBC0) Saturday August 29 at Green Bay 8:00 pm (NBC0) Thursday September 3 at New York Jets 7:00 pm (NBC0) REGULAR SEASON Monday September 4 at Atlanta 7:0 pm (ESPN) Sunday September 20 Dallas 4:25 pm (FOX) Sunday September 27 at New York Jets :00 pm (FOX) Sunday October 4 at Washington :00 pm (FOX) Sunday October New Orleans :00 pm (FOX) Monday October 9 New York Giants 8:30 pm (ESPN) Sunday October 25 at Carolina 8:30 pm (NBC) Sunday November BYE Sunday November 8 at Dallas 8:30 pm (NBC) Sunday November 5 Miami :00 pm (CBS) Sunday November 22 Tampa Bay :00 pm (FOX) Thursday November 26 at Detroit 2:30 pm (FOX) Sunday December 6 at New England 4:25 pm (FOX) Sunday December 3 Buffalo :00 pm (CBS) Sunday December 20 Arizona :00 pm (FOX) Saturday December 26 Washington 8:25 pm (NFLN) Sunday January 3 at New York Giants :00 pm (FOX) POSTSEASON AFC and NFC Wild Card Playoffs January 9-0 AFC and NFC Divisional Playoffs January 6-7 AFC and NFC Championship Games January 24 Pro Bowl (Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, HI) (ESPN) January 3 Super Bowl 50 (Levi s Stadium, Santa Clara, CA) (CBS) February 7 EAGLES-COLTS SERIES SERIES HISTORY Sunday s contest marks the sixth preseason meeting between the Eagles and Colts (including two match-ups in 979 when the Colts resided in Baltimore) and the first since 2009 Philadelphia is 3-2 against the Colts in the preseason The Eagles have won both of their preseason meetings with the Colts in the City of Brotherly Love The two teams have squared off 9 times during the regular season, with the Colts leading the all-time series, 0-9 SERIES NOTES In the last meeting between the two teams, Eagles RB Darren Sproles earned NFC Offensive Player of the Week honors after setting a career high in receiving yards (52) and then-rookie K Cody Parkey kicked a game-winning field goal as time expired to defeat the Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium (9/5/4) ALL-TIME PRESEASON MEETINGS (EAGLES LEAD 3-2) Aug. 3, 979 Baltimore 7-4 (at Baltimore) Aug. 7, 979 Philadelphia 3-7 (at Philadelphia) Aug. 27, 990 Philadelphia 7-6 (at Indianapolis) Aug. 23, 99 Philadelphia 23-2 (at Philadelphia) Aug. 20, 2009 Indianapolis 23-5 (at Indianapolis) LAST FIVE REGULAR-SEASON MEETINGS (EAGLES TRAIL 2-3) Nov. 2, 999 Indianapolis 44-7 (at Philadelphia) Nov. 0, 2002 Indianapolis 35-3 (at Philadelphia) Nov. 26, 2006 Indianapolis 45-2 (at Indianapolis) Nov. 7, 200 Philadelphia (at Philadelphia) Sep. 5, 204 Philadelphia (at Indianapolis) INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (0-0) PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (0-0) PRESEASON WEEK SUNDAY, AUGUST 6, 205 :00 PM LINCOLN FINANCIAL FIELD, PHILADELPHIA, PA The Eagles kick off their 205 preseason slate of games on Sunday, August 6, as they welcome the Indianapolis Colts to Lincoln Financial Field. Sunday s contest between the two teams marks the sixth preseason meeting between the franchises, with the Eagles holding a 3-2 series lead. Under the direction of third-year Head Coach Chip Kelly, the Eagles will look to build on back-to-back 0-win seasons as 37 new players don the midnight green for the first time in their careers. In the last regular-season meeting between the two teams, Cody Parkey booted a field goal as time expired to lift the Eagles to a win at Lucas Oil Stadium in Week 2 of the 204 season. BROADCAST INFORMATION TELEVISION NBC0 will broadcast the game to a local audience with former NFL safety and current NFL Network and NBC analyst Mike Mayock, play-by-play man Scott Graham and Eagles Insider Dave Spadaro calling the action. EAGLES RADIO The longest tenured play-by-play man in the NFL, Merrill Reese, will call the game on 94WIP and the Eagles Radio Network with former Eagles All-Pro wide receiver Mike Quick providing analysis. Howard Eskin will report from the sidelines. EAGLES SPANISH RADIO Rickie Ricardo, Gus Salazar and Macu Berral will handle the broadcast in Spanish on El Zol (340 AM) in Philadelphia. NOTABLE CONNECTIONS EAGLES CONNECTIONS Eagles K Cody Parkey was originally signed by the Colts as a rookie free agent following the 204 NFL Draft. Parkey was traded to Philadelphia on August 20, 204 in exchange for RB David Fluellen COLTS CONNECTIONS Colts OLB Trent Cole appeared in 55 games with 45 starts over his 0-year Eagles career after being selected by Philadelphia in the fifth-round of the 2005 NFL Draft. A two-time Pro Bowl selection, Cole ranks second in Eagles history in sacks (85.5), trailing only Hall of Fame DE Reggie White (24.0) Colts G Todd Herremans ranks sixth in Eagles history in career starts by an offensive lineman and was a mainstay on the team s offensive line from Herremans was originally picked by Philadelphia in the fifth round of the 2005 NFL Draft out of Saginaw Valley St. Colts general manager Ryan Grigson spent eight seasons with the Eagles from Indianapolis head strength and conditioning coach Roger Maradino served as the Eagles assistant strength and conditioning coach in 20 Indianapolis S Colt Anderson appeared in 48 games with six starts for the Eagles from Colts OL Tyler Hoover spent time on the Eagles practice squad during the 204 season after signing with the team on September 9, 204

3 CHIP KELLY HEAD COACH Chip Kelly is in his third season in Philadelphia after being named head coach of the Eagles on January 6, 203. Kelly joined the Eagles after a successful fouryear reign manning the sidelines at the University of Oregon. In his first two NFL seasons, Kelly has produced a pair of 0-win seasons and led the Eagles to an NFC East division title in 203, his first in professional football. He became just the 2nd head coach in league history to win a division title in his first season in the NFL. From 203-4, Kelly and the Eagles have generated an offense that ranks 2nd in the league in total net yards (407.0 per game), points per game (28.6) and rushing yards per game (42.5). In addition, the Eagles lead the league in total plays of 20+ yards and passing plays of 20+ yards. The Eagles offense also set a plethora of franchise records in Kelly s first two seasons. In 203, the Eagles scored a team-record 442 points, only to shatter that with 474 points in 204. In 203, the Eagles set the record for total net yards (203) in a season. Individually, RB LeSean McCoy set the franchise record for rushing yards and scrimmage yards in a season in 203, while QB Nick Foles had the 3rd best QB rating in NFL history in 203. In 204, QB Mark Sanchez set a team record with a 64. completion percentage. In 203, the Eagles set an NFL record with 99 plays of 20+ yards and became the first team since the 99 Buffalo Bills to lead the league in rushing while ranking last in time of possession. His four-year tenure at Oregon produced a 46-7 (.868) overall record and transformed the university into one of the nation s premiere football destinations. Amidst Kelly s meteoric rise, he became the first coach in Oregon s history to guide the program to three undisputed conference championships from Additionally, the Ducks made an appearance in a BCS Bowl game in each of Kelly s four seasons as head coach. In just Kelly s second season, Oregon earned a trip to the BCS National Championship game in 200. In his four seasons at Oregon, the Ducks scored a whopping 44.7 points per game. They also led the FBS in big plays, including 25-yard passing plays (220) and 25-yard rushes (0). His 202 Ducks squad finished 2- and ranked fourth in total offense accumulating nearly 7,000 yards while scoring an average of 49.6 points per game. They rushed for 35.2 yards per game while ranking fifth, averaging total yards. Known as a football junkie, Kelly has a matter-of-fact leadership style in addition to his mastery of the spread offense. Following Oregon s run at a potential national title in 200, Kelly s leadership was recognized with a multitude of Coach of the Year awards from outlets such as Associated Press, Sporting News, The Walter Camp Football Foundation and other postseason titles including the Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year, AFCA Coach of the Year and Pac-0 Coach of the Year. Prior to taking over as Oregon s head coach, Kelly spent two seasons as the team s offensive coordinator. In his first season leading the team s offense, the Ducks were forced into playing four different starting quarterbacks during the final four games of Kelly s plug-and-play style was cemented when the team had an impressive 56-2 Sun Bowl victory over South Florida. KELLY S COACHING TIMELINE 990 Columbia Def. Backs/ Special Teams (Freshman) 99 Columbia Outside LBs/Strong Safeties (Varsity) 992 New Hampshire Running Backs 993 Johns Hopkins Defensive Coordinator New Hampshire Running Backs New Hampshire Offensive Line New Hampshire Offensive Coordinator Oregon Offensive Coordinator Oregon Head Coach 203- Philadelphia Head Coach KELLY S HEAD COACHING RECORD COLLEGE 2009 Oregon 0-3 (.769) Rose Bowl (L) 200 Oregon 2- (.923) BCS Championship (L) 20 Oregon 2-2 (.857) Rose Bowl (W) 202 Oregon 2- (.923) Fiesta Bowl (W) TOTALS 46-7 (.868) 2-2 NFL 203 Philadelphia 0-6 (.625) Playoffs (0-), st NFC East 204 Philadelphia 0-6 (.625) 2nd in NFC East TOTALS 20-2 (.625) Playoffs 0- (.000) Before joining Oregon s program, Kelly served as New Hampshire s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach from His offenses at his alma mater averaged more than 400 yards of total offense in seven of his eight seasons and more than 30 points per game in his final four years. As a result, three Wildcats received first-team All-America acclaim in each of his last two seasons in the Granite State. In 2006, junior QB Ricky Santos earned the Walter Payton Award as the most outstanding player in FCS. Ironically, Kelly got his first taste of coaching on the defensive side of the ball with Columbia in 990. And in 993, he was named the defensive coordinator at Johns Hopkins. A product of the University of New Hampshire, Kelly earned a bachelor s degree in physical education. He played quarterback and defensive back for legendary coach Bill Bowes at UNH from The third of four boys, Kelly attended Manchester (NH) Central High School and starred in football and track. Kelly, whose first love was hockey, played in the Manchester Regional Youth Hockey Association, and also made time for the local CYO basketball team. Charles Kelly was born in Dover, NH, on November 25, 963 and is the son of Paul and Jean Kelly. Paul is a retired trial lawyer.

4 COACHES CAPSULES PAT SHURMUR Offensive Coordinator 3th year in Philadelphia In 204, oversaw an offense that broke a team record by scoring 474 points, breaking the prior mark of 442 set in 203 The 204 Eagles also set team records with 54 TDs, 390 completions, 4,58 gross passing yards, eight 300-yard passing games and 356 first downs Previously coached 0 seasons in Philadelphia as tight ends coach ( ) and quarterbacks coach ( ) Was head coach of the Cleveland Browns (20-2) and offensive coordinator of the St. Louis Rams (2009-0) As Rams offensive coordinator, Sam Bradford earned NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year honors in 200 and RB Steven Jackson led the NFL in rushing in 2009 In Philadelphia, helped guide Donovan McNabb to three Pro Bowl berths His uncle, the late Fritz Shurmur, was a legendary NFL defensive coordinator Coached seasons in college at his alma mater Michigan State (988-97) and at Stanford (998) BILL DAVIS Defensive Coordinator In 204, the Eagles tied for 2nd in the NFL in sacks (49), ranked 5th in rush yards per attempt (3.7), and tied for 6th in takeaways (28), including an NFL-high 23 forced fumbles In first season in Philly, ranked tied for 3rd in the NFL with 3 takeaways Served as defensive coordinator of Arizona (2009-0) and San Francisco ( ) Most recently was the linebackers coach in Cleveland under Pat Shurmur (20-2) In his 2-year NFL coaching career, worked under some of the game s best defensive minds in Dom Capers, Bill Cowher, Vic Fangio, Dick LeBeau, Mike Nolan, Wade Phillips and Marvin Lewis Has coached 9 Pro Bowlers: Keith Brooking, Darnell Dockett, Kevin Greene, Walt Harris, Lamar Lathon, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Antrel Rolle, Adrian Wilson and Connor Barwin His father, Bill, Sr., spent 3 seasons in NFL as coach and executive including two stints in Philadelphia. He was the Eagles VP of Player Personnel from DAVE FIPP Special Teams Coordinator Under his guidance in 204, the Eagles ranked first in the annual special teams rankings compiled by Rick Gosselin of the Dallas Morning News Accounted for a franchise-best and NFL-high seven TDs via special teams in 204 and sent three players to the Pro Bowl (returner Darren Sproles, rookie kicker Cody Parkey and long snapper Jon Dorenbos) Spent 20-2 with Miami Dolphins as assistant special teams coach. Those units ranked 2nd (20) and 4th (202) in Gosselin s rankings Served in same capacity for the San Francisco 49ers (2008-0) Coached in college for 0 years at San Jose St., Nevada, Cal Poly, Holy Cross and his alma mater, Arizona Walked on at Arizona and played from as a safety and special teamer GREG AUSTIN Assistant Offensive Line Served as a graduate assistant under Chip Kelly at Oregon from 20-2 An offensive lineman at Nebraska ( ), started 0 games at left guard in 2005 Garnered All-Big 2 Academic recognition ( ) and earned master s degree in sports management from Central Florida JERRY AZZINARO Defensive Line/Asst. Head Coach His defensive line helped the Eagles rank 5th in the NFL in yards per rushing attempt (3.7) in 204 Under his direction, defensive end Fletcher Cox earned 2nd-team All-Pro honors in 204 Served as the defensive line coach at Oregon from Worked with Eagles DE Vinny Curry while at Marshall and DE Dwight Freeney while at Syracuse Was the defensive coordinator at Duke ( ), UMass (994, 997) and at his alma mater, American International (987-9) BOB BICKNELL Wide Receivers In 204, Eagles had three WRs with 50+ catches for 2nd time in franchise history (Jeremy Maclin, rookie Jordan Matthews and Riley Cooper) Spent six seasons as an assistant with Buffalo and Kansas City, tutoring Stevie Johnson as a WR coach in Buffalo and Brian Waters as offensive line coach in KC Coached 8 seasons in NFL Europe ( ) and helped his teams earn three World Bowl championships Served as Temple s O-line coach in 2006 Father, Jack, was head coach at Boston College and in NFL Europe. Brother, Jack, Jr., is asst. O-line coach for the Dolphins MICHAEL CLAY Assistant Special Teams 2nd year in Philadelphia Originally joined the Eagles in 204 as the defensive quality control Earned 2nd-team All-Pac 2 honors as a senior linebacker at Oregon in 202, posting 0 tackles and 3 sacks At Oregon, played alongside Eagles LB Kiko Alonso Signed as a rookie free with the Miami Dolphins in 203 MIKE DAWSON Assistant Defensive Line Served as Eagles defensive quality control coach in 203 before being named to his current post in 204 Served as special teams coach for Boston College (2009-). Also coached in college at Akron, New Hampshire, Pittsburgh, Maine and his alma mater, UMass-Lowell RYAN DAY Quarterbacks st year in Philadelphia Joined Eagles in 205 after two-year stint at Boston College as their offensive coordinator. Also worked at BC from and Worked at Temple in 2006 and 202 and served as a graduate assistant under Urban Meyer at Florida in 2005 Three-year starter at quarterback at New Hampshire under then offensive coordinator Chip Kelly

5 COACHES CAPSULES MATTHEW HARPER Assistant Defensive Backs Spent first two years in Philadelphia as the Eagles assistant special teams coach. In 204, the Eagles ranked first in special teams rankings compiled annually by Dallas Morning News columnist Rick Gosselin Worked as a coaching intern and graduate assistant at Oregon from Played two seasons as a safety at Oregon ( ) after transferring from the City College of San Francisco Son of two-time Nebraska All-America DE and -year NFL vet Willie Harper BILL McGOVERN Outside Linebackers In 204, Connor Barwin became the first Eagles linebacker to earn a Pro Bowl berth since 2005 (Jeremiah Trotter). Barwin also earned 2nd-team All-Pro honors with an NFC-leading 4.5 sacks Joined Eagles in 203 after 2-year stint as Boston College s linebacker coach, including last four as defensive coordinator Helped guide two linebackers to ACC Defensive Player of the Year honors: Mark Herzlich and Luke Kuechly, the latter of whom garnered the Bronco Nagurski Trophy as the nation s top defensive player Also coached on the collegiate level at Pittsburgh, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and his alma mater, Holy Cross A four-year starter at defensive back at Holy Cross, he was inducted into their Hall of Fame in 996 RICK MINTER Inside Linebackers Served as Cincinnati s head coach from and had several future head coaches on his staff: John Harbaugh, Mike Tomlin, Rex Ryan, and Florida State s Jimbo Fisher As the Bearcats head coach, helped end their 40-year bowl drought while recruiting future Eagles Trent Cole and Brent Celek Served as defensive coordinator at Kentucky (20-2), Marshall ( ), Notre Dame (992-93, ), South Carolina (2004) and Ball State (985-9) JUSTIN PEELLE Tight Ends Spent first two seasons in Philadelphia as the assistant tight ends coach Played tight end for 0 seasons in NFL with San Diego, Miami, Atlanta and San Francisco. Caught 23 passes and 2 TDs in 5 games Drafted in 4th round in 2002 by Chargers from Oregon, where he finished with 70 career catches and 4 scores Was a four-time All-Pac 0 Academic Team selection BRIAN SMITH Assistant Linebackers st year in Philadelphia Joined the Eagles in 205 after spending past eight seasons with the NY Jets, including the last two years as an assistant defensive backs coach A native of nearby Wilmington, DE, was a three-year starter as a defensive back at Massachusetts Began coaching career at his alma mater in 2004 and was the school s wide receivers coach from Worked with NY Giants WR Victor Cruz at UMass DUCE STALEY Running Backs 5th year in Philadelphia In 203, helped All-Pro RB LeSean McCoy become the first Eagle to lead the NFL in rushing and scrimmage yards since 947 Worked first two seasons in Philadelphia as an assistant special teams coach, while helping with the running backs Gained 5,785 yards during his 0-year NFL career with Philadelphia ( ) and Pittsburgh ( ) A 3rd round pick of Eagles in 997, ranks 5th on team s all-time rushing list. Is one of three Eagles to top the 200-yard rushing mark in a game (Steve Van Buren and LeSean McCoy) Earned a Super Bowl championship ring with the Steelers in 2005 His Eagle teammates voted him offensive MVP three times (998, 999, and 2002) Was elected to South Carolina s Athletic Hall of Fame in 202 JEFF STOUTLAND Offensive Line Tutored three Pro Bowl selections in Jason Peters, Jason Kelce and Evan Mathis. Worked wtih two All-Pro selections in Peters and Mathis Coached one of the most best offensive lines in the nation at Alabama from 20-2, including 203 draft picks Chance Warmack, D.J. Fluker and Barrett Jones Helped Crimson Tide to a National Championship victory over Notre Dame in 202 Also coached successful offensive lines at Miami, FL (2007-0), Michigan St. ( ), Syracuse (999) and Cornell (993-96) PRESS TAYLOR Offensive Quality Control Spent two seasons as a graduate assistant/quarterbacks coach at Tulsa Brother, Zac, is the quarterbacks coach of the Miami Dolphins Spent two seasons as a reserve QB at Marshall after transferring from Butler Community College, where he led school to two JUCO championships ( ) STEPHEN THOMAS Defensive Quality Control st year in Philadelphia Joined Eagles in 205 after spending previous three seasons as an assistant at Princeton, where he worked with Mike Zeuli, the 204 Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year Also coached at Southern Mississippi, Delaware and SUNY Cortland The Brooklyn, NY, native was a standout safety at the University of Buffalo CORY UNDLIN Defensive Backs st year in Philadelphia New to the Eagles in 205, he coached the past three seasons in Denver, including the last two with the defensive backs Coached three Pro Bowl defensive backs in Denver in Aqib Talib, Chris Harris Jr., and T.J. Ward. The Broncos were ranked 3rd in the NFL in total defense Also had NFL stints in Jacksonville, Cleveland and New England Began coaching career at his alma mater California Lutheran, before moving on to Fresno State

6 JEFFREY LURIE CHAIRMAN AND CEO Jeffrey Lurie, the dynamic owner and chairman of the Philadelphia Eagles, is defined by his accomplishments both on and off the field accomplishments which when taken together reveal how hard he has worked for excellence. Taking over a football franchise in 994 that made the playoffs just 4 times in a 62-year span (23 percent), the Eagles have been a perennial contender under Lurie, earning playoff berths in 2 of his 20 seasons as owner (60 percent). The Eagles have a greater overall winning percentage and appeared in more playoff games (23) and won more () than all of the other ownership groups combined. Off the field, his stewardship of Screen Pass Pictures has garnered two Academy Awards since 200. And, under his guidance, the Eagles have become leaders with their charitable and environmental efforts. Along the way, Lurie has earned the respect of NFL s top hierarchy as he serves on the NFL s Finance Committee, Broadcast Committee, Stadium Committee, International Committee and the Super Bowl Advisory Committee. In 203, Lurie hired renowned University of Oregon Head Coach Chip Kelly to be the 2st head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles. Coach Kelly replaced Andy Reid, the all-time winningest coach in franchise history, whom Lurie hired in 999. In his first two NFL seasons, Kelly produced a pair of 0-win seasons and led the Eagles to an NFC East division title in 203, his first season in professional football. The Eagles offense also set a plethora of franchise records in Kelly s first two seasons, including total points, touchdowns, passing yards, gross passing yards, total net yards, plays of 20+ yards, completions, first downs and fewest turnovers. Also in 203, Screen Pass Pictures earned its second Academy Award for Inocente, in the category of Best Documentary Short. The first Oscar came in 200 for Inside Job which earned the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. One of Lurie s charitable endeavors resulted in the creation of Eagles Youth Partnership (EYP), the team s nonprofit, 50(c) (3) charitable wing. Since its inception in 995, EYP has developed into one of the most innovative nonprofit organizations in Philadelphia, winning awards internationally for its philanthropy. The Eagles, based on the work of EYP, the Tackling Breast Cancer and Go Green campaigns, earned the coveted 20 Sport Team of the Year Award by Beyond Sport, a global organization that promotes, develops and funds the use of sport to create positive social change across the world. The Philadelphia Business Journal honored the Eagles as one of Philadelphia s top charitable corporations in 200. That giving attitude made them a winner in every category of the Corporate Philanthropy Awards, cited the publication in its announcement. The Go Green program serves to better the environment by creating and sustaining programs that improve the quality of life in the Philadelphia region, green the environment and reduce the team s impact on the planet. The Eagles received the 2008 Ongoing Commitment Award from the Environmental Media Association for their efforts. BEHIND THE SCENES WITH LURIE Favorite Philadelphia restaurants: Osteria, Tinto, Vernick, Barclay Prime, Le Virtu, Vietnam and Vietnam Cafe Favorite Philadelphia breakfast spot: Honey s Sit N Eat On your ipod: Ranges from The Doors to Bob Marley to Shakira First concert attended: Beach Boys Favorite player growing up: Bobby Orr Favorite TV shows of all-time: Hogan s Heroes, The Fugitive, 24 Favorite books: The Kite Runner, Book of Daniel Favorite all-time movies: The Great Escape, The Godfather Part II Favorite recent movie: Silver Linings Playbook Favorite dog breeds: Bernese Mountain Dog, Wheaten Terrier Lurie is a director of the NLM Family Foundation, that devotes much of its resources to autism research and education. NLM cofunded a short documentary film entitled Autism is a World that received a nomination for a 2005 Academy Award. More recently, the Lurie Family Foundation was established with an emphasis on health issues, especially in the areas of autism and cancer research. The Foundation also supports documentaries addressing global issues through Screen Pass Pictures. Autism is one of the most under-funded conditions in the country, and we need to raise awareness, said Lurie. Those who have autism are wonderful people, usually highly intelligent, sweet and caring. They are often unable to effectively communicate with others. A great deal more research needs to be done. Prior to entering business, Lurie served as an adjunct assistant professor of social policy at Boston University. He earned a B.A. from Clark University, a master s degree in psychology from Boston University and a Ph.D. in social policy from Brandeis University. Born on September 8, 95, Lurie has two children. He is married and resides in the Philadelphia area with his wife, Tina. LURIE S LANDMARKS Is the winningest owner in Eagles franchise history and has led the franchise longer than any owner in team history (2 years) Eagles Youth Partnership earned the coveted 20 Sport Team of the Year Award by Beyond Sport, a global organization that promotes, develops and funds the use of sport to create positive social change across the world. They were a finalist for the award in 200 Under his direction, the Eagles Go Green! program was launched and quickly became a ground-breaking initiative aimed at improving the environment by creating programs that improve the quality of life in the Philadelphia region, green the environment and reduce the team s impact on the region s resources Lurie s Screen Pass Pictures served as executive producers of Inocente, which earned an Academy Award for Best Short Documentary in 203, and the 200 documentary film Inside Job, which earned the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature Lurie is a director of the NLM Family Foundation, which devotes much of its resources to autism research and education. NLM co-funded a short documentary film entitled Autism Is A World that received a nomination for a 2005 Academy Award The Lurie Family Foundation was also established with an emphasis on health issues, especially in the areas of autism and cancer research

7 PLAYER CAPSULES QUARTERBACKS 7 Sam Bradford 6th year T-StL-5 Oklahoma Acquired along with a 5th-round pick in 205 in a trade with the Rams on March 0th for Nick Foles, a 2nd-round draft pick in 206, and a 4thround pick in 205 The first-overall pick in the 200 NFL Draft, he earned 200 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year honors while working under Rams offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur, who holds the same position with the Eagles Set an NFL rookie record with 74 consecutive completions without an interception Was just the fourth rookie quarterback in NFL history to take all of his team s snaps over a 6-game season and the only one to do so in 200 In 2008, became the 2nd underclassman to ever win the Heisman Trophy as he led the Sooners to the BCS championship game 3 Mark Sanchez 7th year FA-4 USC Re-signed with the Eagles in the 205 offseason, inking a two-year contract on March Set an Eagles franchise single-season record with a 64. completion percentage (98 for 309) In 204, completed an Eagles franchise-record and career-high 37 passes for a career-high 374 passing yards at Washington (2/20/4) Threw for 332 yards, 2 TDs and a 02.5 QB rating in win vs. Carolina (/0/4) during his first NFL start in 680 days The 5th-overall selection in the 2009 draft, led the Jets to consecutive AFC Championship games in his first two NFL seasons Originally, signed with Eagles in 204 after missing entire 203 season (shoulder) Worked as a ball boy for Carson Palmer and his high school team at Santa Margarita 2 Matt Barkley 3rd year D4-3 USC The all-time leading passer in Pac-2 and USC history, was a four-year starter with the Trojans and also a four-year starter at Mater Dei HS While at USC, became friends with the late Louie Zamperini, star of the best-selling book and motion picture Unbroken Tim Tebow 4th year FA-5 Florida Two-time national champion and Heisman Trophy winner, signed with Philadelphia on April 20, 205 First-round pick of Denver in 200 Led Broncos to an overtime win in a Wild Card playoff game vs. Pittsburgh in 20 4 G.J. Kinne st year FA-3 Tulsa In his third season with the Eagles after spending all of 204 and the latter half of 203 on the practice squad Finished his three-year career at Tulsa ranked second in school history in passing yards (9,472), total offense (0,83) and passing touchdowns (8). RUNNING BACKS 29 DeMarco Murray 5th year FA-Dal-5 Oklahoma Signed a five-year contract with the Eagles during the 205 offseason A two-time Pro Bowler, 204 AP first-team All-Pro selection, and the 204 NFL Offensive Player of the Year, set Cowboys franchise records and led the NFL in 204 with,845 yards rushing and 2,26 scrimmage yards, averaging 4.7 yards-per-carry and totaling 3 touchdowns Became the first player in NFL history to rush for 00-plus yards in each of his team s first eight games of the season, while topping the,000-yard mark in the process, becoming the fifth-fastest player in NFL history to do so Starred collegiately at Oklahoma alongside Eagles teammate QB Sam Bradford, earning first-team All-Big 2 honors as a senior In 204, became just the seventh player since 960 to record at least 2 games of 00-plus rushing yards in a single season 24 Ryan Mathews 6th year FA-SD-5 Fresno State Originally a first-round pick by the Chargers in 200, signed a threeyear deal with the Eagles during the 205 offseason In 203, was an All-AFC pick by the Professional Football Writers of America and was named the Chargers Offensive Player of the Year after setting career highs in carries (258) and rushing yards (,255) Earned Pro Bowl honors in 20 when he rushed for,09 yards and six TDs on 222 carries (4.9 avg.) and set career highs with 50 catches for 455 yards (9. avg.) 43 Darren Sproles th year T-NO-4 Kansas State Acquired in a trade from New Orleans in 204, he leads the NFL in all-purpose yards since 2007 and set a NFL single-season record with 2,696 all-purpose yards in 20 Ranks 8th in NFL history in combined kick and punt return yardage (0,408). Began NFL career with San Diego In 204, had,237 all-purpose yards on 37 plays (9.0 avg) and led the NFL with a 3.0 punt return yard average, including 2 TDs (82 ydr. at SF, 65 ydr. vs. Car) en route to his first-career Pro Bowl selection Earned the nickname Tank growing up because he was 0+ pound baby... wears jersey #43 in honor of his father Larry who wore that number in high school and college 34 Kenjon Barner 2nd year T-Car-4 Oregon Acquired from the Panthers on Aug. 9, 204, in exchange for a conditional seventh-round draft pick in 205 Appeared in eight games with the Panthers as a rookie, rushing six times for 7 yards while adding two receptions for 7 yards A collegiate standout under Chip Kelly at the University of Oregon, appeared in 49 games with 20 starts and finished his collegiate career ranked second in school history with 3,623 rushing yards and tied for second with 4 rushing touchdowns 48 Raheem Mostert Rookie FA-5 Purdue Signed with the Eagles as a rookie free agent in 205 All-time leader in kickoff return yardage (2,289) Led the FBS in kickoff return average (33.5 avg.) on 25 returns Was an accomplished member of the Purdue track team, earning Big Ten Indoor and Outdoor Track Athlete of the Championship honors as a senior in 204

8 PLAYER CAPSULES 39 Kevin Monangai Rookie FA-5 Villanova Signed with the Eagles as a rookie free agent in 205 Appeared in 45 career games for the Wildcats and totaled 3,67 rushing yards and 29 touchdowns on 68 carries (5. avg.). Also hauled in 38 receptions for 274 yards and five scores Played high school football at Seton Hall Prep in West Orange, NJ, and was named the County Player of the Year WIDE RECEIVERS 8 Jordan Matthews 2nd year D2-4 Vanderbilt As a rookie, ranked 2nd on team in receptions (67), yards (872) and touchdown grabs (8). His reception and receiving yardage totals rank second all-time among Eagles rookies Completed his collegiate career as the SEC s all-time leader in receptions (262) and yards (3,759). Graduated from Vanderbilt in just threeand-a-half years with a degree in economics His cousin is Pro Football Hall of Fame WR Jerry Rice 4 Riley Cooper 6th year D5b-0 Florida Took advantage of his first opportunity to start in 203 as he ranked 3rd in NFL with a 7.8 yards/catch (47 catches for 835 yards and 8 TDs) Signed a five-year contract in 204 offseason Drafted twice by MLB teams (Phillies in 2006, Rangers in 2009) 3 Josh Huff 2nd year D3-4 Oregon Was named the Week 2 NFC Special Teams Player of the Week after setting an Eagles record with his 07-yard kickoff return for a TD to start the game vs. Ten. (/23/4) Finished his career at Oregon ranked first in TD catches (24, tied with 3 others), 7th in yards (2,366) and 8th in receptions (44) 7 Nelson Agholor Rookie D-5 USC Finished his collegiate career with 79 catches for 2,57 yards and 20 TDs in 40 games with 30 starts Compiled 3,572 all-purpose yards and 24 TDs in his collegiate career and became just the 2th Trojan to notch 2,000 receiving yards Totaled 540 yards on 37 punt returns (4.6 average) and set a school record with four punt return touchdowns Started all 3 games as a junior in 204 and led the team with 04 receptions,,33 yards and 2 receiving TDs (all career highs) 9 Miles Austin 0th year FA-Cle-5 Monmouth Spent first eight years of his pro career in Dallas, before playing in Cleveland in 204 Signed a one-year contract with Eagles in 205 offseason Earned two Pro Bowl nods in his career (2009 and 200) with back-toback,000 yard seasons Burst onto the scene in 2009 when he set career highs in every major receiving category, notching 8 receptions for,320 yards (6.3 avg.) and TDs The Summit, NJ native attended Garfield High School and went on to play football at Monmouth University 6 Seyi Ajirotutu 6th year FA-SD-5 Fresno State Signed a one-year contract with the Eagles in 205 offseason Originally an undrafted free agent signee of the Chargers in 202, was named San Diego s Special Team Player of the Year in 204 Led the Chargers in 203 with 2 special teams tackles In 57 career games, contributed on offense with 24 receptions for 420 yards and three TDs 88 Jeff Maehl 3rd year T-Hou-3 Oregon Acquired from Houston in 203 preseason, and caught four passes and one touchdown in his first season in Philadelphia Finished his four-year collegiate career tying the school records for career touchdown receptions (24) and total receptions (78), while leading the Ducks in receptions (77) and receiving yardage (,076) as a senior in 200 During the 205 offseason, worked out with teammates TE Zach Ertz and LB Kiko Alonso back in the San Francisco Bay Area 0 Quron Pratt st year FA-4 Rutgers Signed to Eagles practice squad after spending the entirety of the 204 preseason and training camp with the team Originally joined Eagles as a rookie free agent during the 204 offseason Was a three-time conference all-academic honoree and appeared in 48 games with 5 starts during his college career 8 Rasheed Bailey Rookie FA-5 Delaware Valley Signed with Eagles as a rookie free agent following the 205 NFL Draft Appeared in 43 career games for the Delaware Valley Aggies and set a new school record with 3,38 career receiving yards His,707 yards and 9 touchdowns as a senior in 204 led all of Division III and set DelVal single-season records A native of Philadelphia, grew up an Eagles fan and attended Roxborough High School 80 Freddie Martino st year FA-5 North Greenville Signed with the Eagles as a free agent in 205 after spending his rookie season with the Atlanta Falcons, where he split time between the Falcons practice squad and active roster A four-year starter for the North Greenville Crusaders, finished his college career with 296 receptions for 3,766 yards and 26 touchdowns. Led the Crusaders in receptions and receiving yards in all four of his seasons Set school single-season records as a senior in 203 with 46 receptions and,680 receiving yards. His 46 receptions also mark an NCAA Division II single-season record 84 Mike Johnson Rookie FA-5 Delaware An undrafted free agent signee of the Eagles in 205, finished his career at Delaware ranked in the top five in career receptions (82) and receiving yards (2,325) As a senior in 204, served as a team captain for the Blue Hens and hauled in a career-high 78 receptions for 830 yards and a TD 89 Josh Reese Rookie FA-5 Central Florida Finished his college career with 0 catches for,387 yards (3.7 avg.) and nine touchdowns As a senior in 204, appeared in 3 games and served as a team captain for the Knights

9 PLAYER CAPSULES TIGHT ENDS 87 Brent Celek 9th year D5b-07 Cincinnati One of the most durable and reliable players to suit up in an Eagles uniform, ranks 8th on the team s all-time receptions list (2nd among tight ends) Still motivated by the fact he was not invited to the NFL Combine Younger brother, Garrett, is a tight end for the 49ers Named to the 204 Philadelphia Business Journal s 40-under-40 list for his business acumen 86 Zach Ertz 3rd year D2-3 Stanford Ranked 3rd on the team in 204 with 58 catches for 702 receiving yards, including a single-game team-record 5 catches at Washington on December 20 Snagged 36 catches and 4 TDs as a rookie in 203 after being the Eagles highest-drafted tight end since 988 (Keith Jackson) Tutored in high school by former 49ers All-Pro TE Brent Jones His father, Douglas, played football at Lehigh University 47 Trey Burton 2nd year FA-4 Florida Earned a spot on the PFWA All-Rookie team as a special teamer after notching seven tackles, blocking a punt and returning a blocked punt for a TD Lined up at five different positions during his college career (QB, WR, FB, TE and H-back) His grandfather, Lawrence Burton, was 7th-overall selection in 975 NFL Draft and also sprinted for US in 972 Summer Olympics in Munich 85 Andrew Gleichert Rookie FA-5 Michigan State As a walk-on at Michigan State, he appeared in 33 games playing a majority of his career at tight end and doubling as a fullback his senior year Was an Academic All-Big Ten selection in 202 Earned a bachelor s degree in biochemistry and molecular biology in December Eric Tomlinson Rookie FA-5 Texas-El Paso Appeared in 45 career games with 3 starts for the Miners Finished his college career with 59 catches for 547 yards and four TDs and was named to the Midseason John Mackey Watch List as a senior in Justin Tukes Rookie FA-5 Central Florida Appeared in 44 games at UCF with 33 starts and was selected as the Knights Most Dependable Offensive Player following his senior season in 204 Finished his four-year career with 30 catches for 286 yards (9.5 avg.) and three touchdowns Looks to model his game after teammate and fellow tight end Brent Celek OFFENSIVE LINE 7 Jason Peters 2th year T-Buf-09 Arkansas Seven-time Pro Bowl and six-time All Pro offensive tackle Helped Eagles generate 6,348 total yards of offense: the fifth-most in the NFL in 204 Originally signed with the Buffalo Bills in 2004 as a rookie free agent tight end and was acquired by the Eagles via trade in Jason Kelce 5th year D6a- Cincinnati One of the most athletic and cerebral centers in the NFL, earned Pro Bowl honors in 204 becoming the first Eagles center to make the Pro Bowl since Jim Ringo in 967 Signed 7-year contract extension following the 203 season Younger brother, Travis, is a tight end for the Chiefs Crushed 65 wings in 5 minutes as a competitor in Wing Bowl in Lane Johnson 3rd year D-3 Oklahoma In 204, started 2 games at right tackle and helped pave the way for the NFL s third-leading rusher LeSean McCoy, while giving up just one sack The 4th-overall pick in the 203 draft, started all 6 games at right tackle during his rookie season Played collegiately as a quarterback, tight end and defensive lineman before transitioning to offensive line 76 Allen Barbre 8th year FA-3 Missouri Southern St. Injured ankle in 204 season opener vs. Jax (9/7) and was placed on IR Agreed on a three-year contract extension with the Eagles during the 204 offseason that will keep him in Philadelphia through 207 4th-round pick of Packers in 2007 and played with GB, SEA and MIA 66 Andrew Gardner 6th year FA-Hou-4 Georgia Tech Appeared in all 6 games for the Eagles in 204, drawing starts in eight contests (six at right guard and two at right tackle) Saw reserve action with Texans from 20-3 after stints with Miami, Baltimore, Minnesota and Cincinnati 64 Matt Tobin 3rd year FA-3 Iowa Played in 4 games and made seven starts in 204 opening five games at LG and two at RG Started final 22 games of his college career and earned a roster spot with the Eagles as an undrafted free agent in 203 Walked on at Iowa and paid for own tuition by working in construction 67 Dennis Kelly 4th year D5-2 Purdue In 204, started at LG for the first time in his career at Ind. (9/5), filling in for an injured Evan Mathis Started 0 games as a rookie (3 at RG, 7 at RT) in 202 His brother Tim is the offensive quality control coach for the Texans 63 David Molk 3rd year FA-4 Michigan In 204, he appeared in seven games with four starts at center in 204. Made his first NFL start at SF (9/28) Originally a 7th-round pick by San Diego in 202, he played 2 games as a rookie 79 John Moffitt 4th year FA-5 Wisconsin Has appeared in 2 NFL games (including playoffs) and has made 5 career starts, opening contests at RG and four at LG

10 PLAYER CAPSULES Started 42 of the 45 games in which he played at Wisconsin, splitting time between left guard and center Received first-team All-American honors from the Associated Press as a senior in 200. Was also named first-team All-Big Ten and was named second-team All-American by Sports Illustrated 6 Julian Vandervelde 4th year D5b- Iowa Valuable reserve center and guard who was re-signed by Eagles on October 4, 204 after being waived/injured (back) on August 26, 204 A four-year letterman at Iowa, he earned second-team All-Big Ten honors as a senior in 200 Was a member of the Davenport Little League baseball team that competed in the 2000 World Series in Williamsport, PA 68 Josh Andrews st year FA-4 Oregon State Spent his rookie season on the practice squad after being signed as a rookie free agent in 204 Started 25 consecutive games during his junior and senior campaigns 77 Kevin Graf st year FA-4 USC Signed to the Eagles practice squad after originally joining the team as an undrafted free agent in 204 Earned honorable mention All-Pac-2 honors as a senior in 203, starting 4 games at right tackle Father, Allen, lettered three years as an offensive guard at Southern Cal and was a member of the Trojans 972 national championship team 69 Jared Wheeler st year FA-5 Miami Originally entered the NFL as a undrafted rookie with the Carolina Panthers in 204 and signed with the Eagles in the 205 offseason Displayed his versatility by playing right guard, center and left guard for the University of Miami 73 Brett Boyko Rookie FA-5 UNLV Started 42 games for the Rebels during his career and earned second-team All-Mountain West Conference honors as a senior in 204, splitting the season at both left guard and left tackle Named second-team Freshman All-America by Phil Steele, as well as honorable mention Freshman All-America from College Football News after starting 2 games at left tackle as a redshirt freshman in Malcolm Bunche Rookie FA-5 UCLA Started nine games for UCLA in 204 after spending the first four seasons of his career at the University of Miami As a senior in 204, helped pave the way for the Pac-2 s leading rusher, Paul Perkins Father, Curtis Bunche, was a seventh-round draft choice of the Philadelphia Eagles in the 979 NFL Draft 78 Mike Coccia Rookie FA-5 New Hampshire Started all 44 games in which he played for the Wildcats at center Helped lead the Wildacts to a 2-2 overall record, including an undefeated 8-0 mark in conference play and two wins in the NCAA D- FCS tournament DEFENSIVE LINE 9 Fletcher Cox 4th year D-2 Mississippi State Powerful force on D-line had four sacks and three fumble recoveries, including one for his first NFL TD on Sept. 7 vs. Jacksonville, and was named second-team All-Pro in 204 Posted 66 tackles and three sacks in 203, while leading the team with 2 QB pressures Earned a spot on PFWA s All-Rookie team in 202 after being selected 2th overall. Notched 5.5 sacks, 5th most by a rookie 72 Cedric Thornton 4th year FA- Southern Arkansas Recovered two fumbles vs. St. Louis (0/5/4), including one in the end zone for his first career touchdown Led Eagles D-line with 78 tackles in 203, including five for a loss. It was his first season as a full-time starter Is one of five players from Division II Southern Arkansas to play in NFL 96 Bennie Logan 3rd year D3-3 LSU Registered 6 tackles in 204 despite playing 55% of the snaps Started the final eight games of his rookie season (203) as the Eagles went 7- in that stretch Anchored the defensive line of one of college football s top defenses while at LSU and was honored to wear famed jersey #8 75 Vinny Curry 4th year D2-2 Marshall Ranked 2nd on the team with a career-high nine sacks in 204, to go along with four forced fumbles Tied for third on the team with four sacks in Beau Allen 2nd year D7-4 Wisconsin Posted 5 tackles and a half sack during his rookie season while playing 7% of the defensive snaps Never missed a game in college, totaling 94 tackles and 8 sacks 93 Brandon Bair 3rd year FA-3 Oregon In his first career game, blocked a Josh Scobee field goal attempt vs. Jax. (9/7/4), marking the first blocked field goal by an Eagle since the 20 season Spent 203 season on the Eagles practice squad A former student of Chip Kelly and Jerry Azzimaro at Oregon 97 Taylor Hart 2nd year D5-4 Oregon 2nd-team All-Pac 2 honoree in 203 with 64 tackles and three sacks A former pupil of both Chip Kelly and Jerry Azzimaro at the University of Oregon 74 Wade Keliikipi st year FA-4 Oregon Two-time All-Pac-2 honorable-mention honoree, saw action in 50 games and totaled 97 tackles in his four-year career with the Ducks Has two brothers, West III and Winston, who both played football at the University of Hawai i 73 Brian Mihalik Rookie D7-5 Boston College Appeared in 44 games for Boston College and finished his career with 86 tackles, including 6 for a loss, 8.5 sacks, three forced fumbles, eight passes defensed and an interception

11 PLAYER CAPSULES 77 B.J. McBryde Rookie FA-5 Connecticut Appeared in 30 games with eight starts in his four-year career at Connecticut and totaled 33 tackles (5 solo) Played in all 2 games as a senior in 204, making eight starts at defensive tackle and notching a career-high 26 tackles 78 Travis Raciti Rookie FA-5 San Jose State In his 49 career games at San Jose State, compiled 87 tackles (0 solo), including 27 for a loss, 4.5 sacks, five passes defensed, a forced fumble and three fumble recoveries As a senior in 204, earned second-team All-Mountain West honors after starting all 2 games and leading all Mountain West defensive linemen with a career-high 72 tackles LINEBACKERS 98 Connor Barwin 7th year FA-Hou-3 Cincinnati Versatile linebacker ranked 4th in the NFL and first in the NFC with a career-high 4.5 sacks in 204, most ever by an Eagles LB, earning second-team All-Pro and Pro Bowl honors Signed with the Eagles during the 203 offseason after spending his first four NFL seasons in Houston His foundation, MTWBProject.org, raised $70,000 from a charity concert in 204 to help revitalize Ralph Brooks Park in South Philly Was a two-sport athlete in football and basketball in college 59 DeMeco Ryans 0th year T-Hou-2 Alabama A two-time All-Pro and Pro Bowl selection, was acquired in trade from Houston and led the Eagles in tackles in 202 and tore Achilles tendon at Houston on November 2 A 2nd round pick of the Texans in 2006, earned AP Defensive rookie of the year honors 95 Mychal Kendricks 4th year D2a-2 California Speedy, play-making backer missed four games early in 204, but still finished with four sacks and 08 tackles Posted 37 tackles, four sacks and three interceptions in 203 The Pac-2 defensive player of the year in 20 has been a fixture in the Eagles starting lineup since being drafted 50 Kiko Alonso 3rd year T-Buf-5 Oregon Acquired by the Eagles during the 205 offseason in a trade with Buffalo for RB LeSean McCoy. Missed the 204 season after tearing his ACL during the offseason Earned PFWA s NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year in 203 after playing in all,45 of the Bills defensive snaps and recording 59 tackles, marking the third-highest total in the NFL in 203 and the third most by a rookie since Brandon Graham 6th year D-0 Michigan Originally a first-round pick of the Eagles in 200, Graham re-signed with the Birds in the 205 offseason, inking a four-year contract on March 9 Finished the 204 season with 5.5 sacks and four forced fumbles after collecting just.5 sacks in his first four seasons 52 Brad Jones 7th year FA-5 Colorado Originally a seventh-round draft pick of the Green Bay Packers in 2009, appeared in 83 games and made 4 starts (including playoffs) during his time in Green Bay. Has compiled 325 tackles, 2 sacks, 0 passes defensed, two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery A versatile linebacker, began his career in Green Bay as an OLB before making the transition to ILB during the 202 offseason 90 Marcus Smith 2nd year D-4 Louisville A first-round pick of the Eagles in 204, finished second in the NCAA with 4.5 sacks in 203 and was named the American Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Year Originally recruited to Louisville as a quarterback 5 Emmanuel Acho 4th year T-Cle-3 Texas Appeared in 4 games with two starts in 204, earning the first start of his career vs. Was. (9/2) when he opened the game at ILB Played six games with the Eagles in 203 as a reserve LB 56 Bryan Braman 5th year FA-4 West Texas A&M A proven forced on special teams, notched eight special teams tackles and blocked a punt in 204, his first season with the Eagles Spent his first three seasons in the NFL with Houston and was named a Pro Bowl alternate in 202 after leading the Texans with 6 special teams tackles and two blocked punts 53 Najee Goode 4th year W-TB-3 West Virginia Quality reserve linebacker was acquired on waivers from Tampa Bay in 203. Tore pectoral muscle in 204 season opener and was placed on IR 58 Jordan Hicks Rookie D3-5 Texas Appeared in 45 career games at Texas and amassed 299 tackles, including 24 for a loss, 5.5 sacks, two INTs, seven pass breakups, 2 special teams tackles and one fumble recovery As a senior in 204, earned second-team All-Big 2 honors from the Associated Press and league coaches after notching 47 tackles 54 Brandon Hepburn 2nd year FA-4 Florida A&M Originally a seventh-round draft choice of the Detroit Lions in 203, spent time on the Eagles practice squad in 204 Finished his collegiate career with 63 tackles, 7.5 sacks, pass defenses, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery Earned All-MEAC honors and was named to the All-State/AFCA Good Works Team as a senior 49 Jordan DeWalt-Ondijo Rookie FA-5 Duke During his career at Duke, appeared in 45 games with 22 starts and notched 90 tackles and 0 sacks 45 Diaheem Watkins Rookie FA-5 UAB A four-year starter at UAB, signed with the Eagles as a rookie free agent in 205 Finished his college career with 46 tackles (95 solo), including 26 for a loss, and 8.5 sacks Earned first-team All-Conference USA honors as a senior in 204 and was named to the Rotary Lombardi Watch List

12 PLAYER CAPSULES 57 Travis Long 2nd year FA-3 Washington State Suffered a knee injury during the 205 Training Camp and was placed on IR Spent entire rookie season on the Eagles practice squad and was placed on IR for the 204 season after sustaining a knee injury in the preseason finale vs. NYJ (8/28) DEFENSIVE BACKS 27 Malcolm Jenkins 7th year FA-NO-4 Ohio State In 204, led team with 3 tackles and 3 INTs, becoming the first Eagles safety to have an INT in three consecutive games since Brian Dawkins in 2004 A two-year captain of the Saints defense, signed three-year contract with Philadelphia in 204 offseason Former first-round pick of the Saints in 2009 as a cornerback, was a second-team All-Pro selection in 200 In 203, launched Rock Avenue Bow Ties, which specializes in the creation and design of neck wear and pocket squares 3 Byron Maxwell 5th year FA-Sea-5 Clemson Signed with the Eagles in the 205 offseason after spending the first four years of his NFL career with the Seattle Seahawks Started for the Seahawks in Super Bowls XLVIII and XLIX His seven INTs since 203 ties for the fourth-highest total among cornerbacks Set career highs with the Seahawks in 203 with four INTs and 2 passes defensed 26 Walter Thurmond 6th year FA-NYG-5 Oregon A versatile defensive back, signed with the Eagles in the 205 offseason after spending last season with the Giants Originally a fourth-round pick of the Seattle Seahawks in 200, spent the first four years of his career in Seattle and started for the Seahawks at nickel corner in Super Bowl XLVIII Appeared in 4 games with 39 starts at Oregon and finished his career with 254 tackles, 49 passes defensed and 2 INTs. Also brought back three INTs for touchdowns and scored once on a fumble return and once on a punt return 23 Nolan Carroll 6th year FA-Mia-4 Maryland Former fifth-round pick of Miami in 200, long and athletic corner signed by the Eagles in 204 Ranked third on the team in 204 with a career-high special teams tackles 42 Chris Maragos 6th year FA-Sea-4 Wisconsin A special teams standout acquired by the Eagles during the 204 offseason, he recorded a team-high 4 special teams tackles in his first season with the Birds. Also forced a fumble, blocked a punt and recovered a blocked punt for a touchdown Was a reserve safety and key special teams player for the Super Bowl champion Seahawks in Chris Prosinski 5th year FA-4 Wyoming A special teams standout, finished fourth on the Eagles special teams unit with nine tackles despite appearing in just eight games Former fourth-round pick of the Jaguars in 20, was signed by the Eagles on November 3, E.J. Biggers 7th year FA-Was-5 Western Michigan Signed with the Eagles in the 205 offseason after spending two years with Washington Originally a seventh-round pick of Tampa Bay in 2009, has notched 235 tackles, four INTs, 38 passes defensed and 28 special teams tackles over the course of his career 32 Eric Rowe Rookie D2-5 Utah A versatile defensive back who started at free safety for his first three seasons at Utah before moving to corner as a senior in 204 Earned honorable-mention All-Pac-2 honors in 204 after finishing with 59 tackles, an INT and 3 pass breakups Named honorable mention All-Pac-2 as a sophomore in 202 and was named a first-team Freshman All-American by the FWAA in Jaylen Watkins 2nd year D4-4 Florida A versatile defensive back out of the University of Florida, recorded 33 tackles, three interceptions and 2 pass deflections for the Gators 28 Earl Wolff 3rd year D5-3 NC State Appeared in seven games in 204, but landed on Injured Reserve on Nov. 8 with a knee injury A first-team All-ACC selection at NC State and is the program s all-time leader in games played (5) and starts (43) 2 Jerome Couplin 2nd year PS-Det-4 WIlliam & Mary As a rookie in 204, spent time with the Detriot Lions and Buffalo Bills before he was signed by the Eagles off Detroit s practice squad on Dec. 0 Led The Tribe defense with 3 tackles and earned first-team All-America honors as a senior in Ed Reynolds st year D5b-4 Stanford Spent the 204 season on the Eagles practice squad Started 27 games at free safety for Stanford, where he recorded 40 tackles and seven interceptions during his career. In 202, earned thirdteam All-America honors as he amassed 47 tackles and six INTs 4 Randall Evans Rookie D6b-5 Kansas St. A former walk-on at Kansas St., earned first-team All-Big 2 accolades in 204 after leading the team with four interceptions and 4 passes defensed in 3 games Finished his college career with 20 tackles, seven INTs, 35 passes defensed and five forced fumbles 35 Denzel Rice Rookie FA-5 Coastal Carolina Ranked third in school history at Coastal Carolina with 24 career pass breakups 22 Marc Anthony st year FA-5 California Originally a seventh-round draft choice of the Baltimore Ravens in 203, was signed by the Eagles during training camp in 205 Appeared in 4 games (32 starts) for the Cal Bears during his career 36 JaCorey Shepherd Rookie D6a-5 Kansas Finished his career at Kansas with 90 tackles, five INTs, and 37 passes defensed Ranks fourth all-time in Kansas history with,350 kickoff return yards

13 PLAYER CAPSULES SPECIALISTS Cody Parkey 2nd year T-Ind-4 Auburn Earned a Pro Bowl selection as a rookie in 204 after ranking second in the NFL with 50 points and making 32 of 36 field goals, including a team-record four 50+ yard kicks His 50 points marked an NFL rookie scoring record and broke the Eagles single-season scoring record Nailed a game-winning 36-yard field goal as time expired against his former team, the Indianapolis Colts, on MNF (9/5/4) As a senior at Auburn, led the nation with 69 touchbacks and was signed by the Colts as a undrafted free agent. Was traded to PHI for RB David Fluellen Has charted every one of his kicks in games and practice since college 8 Donnie Jones 2th year FA-Hou-3 LSU In 204, ranked tied for first in NFL with 34 punts downed inside the 20 Proved to be a difference maker on special teams during his first year with the Eagles in 203, setting a franchise record in net punting average (40.4) while booting a career-high 33 kicks inside the 20-yard line Was a two-time All-Pro selection with St. Louis from Jon Dorenbos 3th year FA-06 Texas-El Paso Currently the longest tenured Eagle, has played in every game for Philadelphia since he signed during the latter half of the 2006 season. In 203, was re-signed by the team to a four-year contract that will keep him in Philadelphia through 207 A renowned magician, he also earned his pilot s license during the 204 offseason 6 Kip Smith Rookie FA-5 Oklahoma State Began his career at UCLA before transferring to Oklahoma State in 202 Handled both kickoff and punt duties during his two seasons at OSU

14 205 UNOFFICIAL DEPTH CHART Compiled by the Eagles media relations staff OFFENSE WR 4 Riley Cooper 9 Miles Austin 88 Jeff Maehl 80 Freddie Martino LT 7 Jason Peters 66 Andrew Gardner 73 Brett Boyko LG 76 Allen Barbre 64 Matt Tobin 78 Mike Coccia 69 Jared Wheeler C 62 Jason Kelce 63 David Molk 68 Josh Andrews RG 66 Andrew Gardner/79 John Moffit/64 Matt Tobin/6 Julian Vandervelde 74 Malcolm Bunche RT 65 Lane Johnson 67 Dennis Kelly 77 Kevin Graf TE 87 Brent Celek 86 Zach Ertz 47 Trey Burton 85 Andrew Gleichert 82 Justin Tukes 83 Eric Tomlinson WR 3 Josh Huff 7 Nelson Agholor 0 Quron Pratt 84 Mike Johnson 89 Josh Reese WR 8 Jordan Matthews 6 Seyi Ajirotutu 8 Rasheed Bailey 4 G.J. Kinne RB 29 DeMarco Murray 24 Ryan Mathews 43 Darren Sproles 34 Kenjon Barner 48 Raheem Mostert 39 Kevin Monangai QB 7 Sam Bradford 3 Mark Sanchez 2 Matt Barkley Tim Tebow DEFENSE DE 9 Fletcher Cox 93 Brandon Bair 97 Taylor Hart 77 B.J. McBryde NT 96 Bennie Logan 94 Beau Allen 74 Wade Keliikipi 78 Travis Raciti DE 72 Cedric Thornton 75 Vinny Curry 73 Brian Mihalik OLB 98 Connor Barwin 56 Bryan Braman 54 Brandon Hepburn 45 Diaheem Watkins ILB 59 DeMeco Ryans/50 Kiko Alonso 52 Brad Jones 58 Jordan Hicks ILB 95 Mychal Kendricks/50 Kiko Alonso 53 Najee Goode 5 Emmanuel Acho OLB 55 Brandon Graham 90 Marcus Smith 49 Jordan DeWalt-Ondijo CB 3 Byron Maxwell 38 E.J. Biggers 37 Jaylen Watkins 35 Denzel Rice CB 23 Nolan Carroll 32 Eric Rowe 4 Randall Evans 22 Marc Anthony S 26 Walter Thurmond 42 Chris Maragos 33 Chris Prosinski 2 Jerome Couplin S 27 Malcolm Jenkins 28 Earl Wolff 30 Ed Reynolds SPECIAL TEAMS P 8 Donnie Jones 6 Kip Smith K Cody Parkey H 8 Donnie Jones 3 Mark Sanchez PR 43 Darren Sproles 7 Nelson Agholor 48 Raheem Mostert KOR 3 Josh Huff 24 Ryan Mathews 7 Nelson Agholor LS 46 Jon Dorenbos 87 Brent Celek Emmanuel Acho AH-cho Nelson Agholor AGG-uh-lore Seyi Ajirotutu shay-ee ah-jeer-uh-too-too Allen Barbre BAR-ber Kenjon Barner ken-YON Malcolm Bunche BUNCH Brent Celek SELL-ick Mike Coccia CO-shuh Jerome Couplin CUP-lynn Jordan DeWalt-Ondijo on-dee-joe Jon Dorenbos DORN-boss pro-nun-see-ay-shun GIDE Najee Goode NAH-gee GOOD Jason Kelce KELL-see Wade Keliikipi kay-lee-ee-KEE-pee Jeff Maehl MAIL Chris Maragos MARE-uh-gos Brian Mihalik mah-hahl-ick Kevin Monangai mon-non-guy Raheem Mostert MOE-stert Quron Pratt ka-ron Julian Vandervelde van-der-vell-dee Diaheem Watkins da-heem

15 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NO NAME POS HT WT DOB AGE EXP COLLEGE HOMETOWN HOW ACQ 5 Acho, Emmanuel LB /0/ Texas Dallas, TX T-Cle-3 7 Agholor, Nelson WR /24/93 22 R USC Tampa, FL D-5 6 Ajirotutu, Seyi WR /2/ Fresno St. El Dorado Hills, CA FA-SD-5 94 Allen, Beau DT /4/ Wisconsin Minnetonka, MN D Alonso, Kiko LB /4/ Oregon Los Gatos, CA T-Buf-5 68 Andrews, Josh G /2/9 24 Oregon State Ontario, CA FA-4 22 Anthony, Marc CB 5-96 /4/89 25 California Chandler, AZ FA-5 9 Austin, Miles WR /30/ Monmouth Garfield, NJ FA-Cle-5 8 Bailey, Rasheed WR /29/93 22 R Delaware Valley Philadelphia, PA FA-5 93 Bair, Brandon DE /24/ Oregon St. Anthony, ID FA-3 76 Barbre, Allen G/T /22/ Missouri Southern State Granby, MO FA-3 2 Barkley, Matt QB /08/ USC Santa Ana, CA D Barner, Kenjon RB /28/ Oregon Riverside, CA T-Car-4 98 Barwin, Connor LB /5/ Cincinnati Detroit, MI FA-Hou-3 38 Biggers, E.J. CB /3/ Western Michigan North Miami Beach, FL FA-Was-5 73 Boyko, Brett T /04/92 23 R UNLV Saskatoon, SK, CA FA-5 7 Bradford, Sam QB /08/ Oklahoma Oklahoma City, OK T-StL-5 56 Braman, Bryan LB /04/ West Texas A&M Spokane, WA FA-Hou-4 74 Bunche, Malcolm G /6/9 23 R UCLA Newark, DE FA-5 47 Burton, Trey TE /29/ Florida Venice, FL FA-4 23 Carroll, Nolan CB /8/ Maryland Green Cove Springs, FL FA-Mia-4 87 Celek, Brent TE /25/ Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH D5b Coccia, Mike C /23/92 23 R New Hampshire Bethlehem, PA FA-5 4 Cooper, Riley WR /09/ Florida Clearwater, FL D5b-0 2 Couplin, Jerome S /3/ William & Mary Forestville, MD PS-Det-4 9 Cox, Fletcher DE /3/ Mississippi State Yazoo City, MS D-2 75 Curry, Vinny DE /30/ Marshall Neptune, NJ D2b-2 49 DeWalt-Ondijo, Jordan LB /9/9 24 R Duke Waller, TX FA-5 46 Dorenbos, Jon LS /2/ Texas-El Paso Garden Grove, CA FA Ertz, Zach TE /0/ Stanford Danville, CA D2-3 4 Evans, Randall DB /26/9 23 R Kansas State Miami, FL D6b-5 66 Gardner, Andrew T/G /04/ Georgia Tech Tyrone, GA FA-Hou-4 85 Gleichert, Andrew TE /3/92 23 R Michigan State Ann Arbor, MI FA-5 53 Goode, Najee LB /04/ West Virginia Cleveland, OH W-TB-3 77 Graf, Kevin T /7/9 24 USC Agoura Hills, CA FA-4 55 Graham, Brandon LB /03/ Michigan Detroit, MI D-0 97 Hart, Taylor DE /22/ Oregon Tualatin, OR D5a-4 54 Hepburn, Brandon LB /06/89 25 Florida A&M Thiells, NY FA-4 58 Hicks, Jordan LB /27/92 23 R Texas Cincinnati, OH D3-5 3 Huff, Josh WR /4/ Oregon Houston, TX D Jenkins, Malcolm S /20/ Ohio State Piscataway, NJ FA-NO-4 65 Johnson, Lane T /08/ Oklahoma Groveton, TX D-3 84 Johnson, Mike WR /0/9 23 R Delaware Gainesville, FL Jones, Brad LB /0/ Colorado East Lansing, MI FA-5 8 Jones, Donnie P /05/ LSU Baton Rouge, LA FA-Hou-3 62 Kelce, Jason C /05/ Cincinnati Cleveland, OH D6a- 74 Keliikipi, Wade DT /2/9 24 Oregon Waianae, HI FA-4 67 Kelly, Dennis G/T /6/ Purdue Chicago Heights, IL D Kendricks, Mychal LB /28/ California Fresno, CA D2a-2 4 Kinne, G.J. QB /0/88 26 Tulsa Gilmer, TX FA-3 96 Logan, Bennie DT /28/ LSU Coushatta, LA D Maehl, Jeff WR /6/ Oregon Paradise, CA T-Hou-3 42 Maragos, Chris S /06/ Wisconsin Racine, WI FA-Sea-4 80 Martino, Freddie WR /07/9 23 North Greenville North, SC FA-5 24 Mathews, Ryan RB /0/ Fresno St. Bakersfield, CA FA-SD-5 8 Matthews, Jordan WR /6/ Vanderbilt Madison, AL D2-4 3 Maxwell, Byron CB /23/ Clemson North Charleston, SC FA-Sea-5 77 McBryde, B.J. DE /2/9 23 R Connecticut Beaver Falls, PA FA-5 73 Mihalik, Brian DE /2/92 22 R Boston College Avon Lake, OH D Moffitt, John G /28/ Wisconsin West Haven, CT FA-5 63 Molk, David C /5/ Michigan Lemont, IL FA-4 39 Monangai, Kevin RB /04/93 22 R Villanova West Orange, NJ Mostert, Raheem RB /09/92 23 R Purdue New Smyrna Beach, FL FA-5 29 Murray, DeMarco RB /2/ Oklahoma Las Vegas, NV FA-Dal-5 Parkey, Cody K /9/ Auburn Jupiter, FL T-Ind-4 7 Peters, Jason T /22/ Arkansas Queen City, TX T-Buf-09 0 Pratt, Quron WR /25/9 24 Rutgers Palmyra, NJ FA-3 33 Prosinski, Chris S /28/ Wyoming Buffalo, WY FA-4 78 Raciti, Travis DT /2/92 23 R San Jose State Pleasant Hill, CA FA-5 89 Reese, Josh WR /3/9 24 R Central Florida Miami, FL FA-5 30 Reynolds, Ed S /8/9 23 Stanford Woodberry Forest, VA D5b-4 35 Rice, Denzel CB /3/93 22 R Coastal Carolina Winston-Salem, NC FA-5 32 Rowe, Eric DB /03/92 22 R Utah Klein, TX D Ryans, DeMeco LB /28/ Alabama Bessemer, AL T-Hou-2 3 Sanchez, Mark QB // USC Mission Viejo, CA FA-4 36 Shepherd, JaCorey DB /29/93 22 R Kansas Mesquite, TX D6a-5 6 Smith, Kip P /04/92 23 R Oklahoma State Broomfield, CO FA-5 90 Smith, Marcus LB /3/ Louisville Columbus, GA D-4 43 Sproles, Darren RB /20/83 32 Kansas State Olathe, KS T-NO-4 Tebow, Tim QB /4/ Florida Jacksonville, FL FA-5 72 Thornton, Cedric DE /2/ Southern Arkansas Star City, AR FA- 26 Thurmond, Walter DB /2/ Oregon West Covina, CA FA-NYG-5 64 Tobin, Matt G/T /05/ Iowa Dyersville, IA FA-3 83 Tomlinson, Eric TE /22/92 23 R Texas-El Paso Klein, TX FA-5 82 Tukes, Justin TE /3/9 23 R Central Florida Sylvester, GA FA-5 6 Vandervelde, Julian C/G /07/ Iowa Davenport, IA D5b- 45 Watkins, Diaheem LB /24/93 22 R UAB Centreville, AL FA-5 37 Watkins, Jaylen DB 5-94 /27/ Florida Cape Coral, FL D Wheeler, Jared OL /03/90 24 Miami (FL) Plantation, FL FA-5 28 Wolff, Earl S /5/ NC State Raeford, NC D5-3

16 NUMERICAL ROSTER NO NAME POS HT WT DOB AGE EXP COLLEGE HOMETOWN HOW ACQ 4 GP/S/IA Cody Parkey K /9/ Auburn Jupiter, FL T-Ind-4 6/0 2 Matt Barkley QB /08/ USC Santa Ana, CA D4-3 /0/8 3 Mark Sanchez QB // USC Mission Viejo, CA FA-4 9/8 4 G.J. Kinne QB /0/88 26 Tulsa Gilmer, TX FA-3 0/0 6 Kip Smith P /04/92 23 R Oklahoma State Broomfield, CO FA Sam Bradford QB /08/ Oklahoma Oklahoma City, OK T-StL-5 0/0 8 Donnie Jones P /05/ LSU Baton Rouge, LA FA-Hou-3 6/0 0 Quron Pratt WR /25/9 24 Rutgers Palmyra, NJ FA-3 0/0 Tim Tebow QB /4/ Florida Jacksonville, FL FA-5 0/0 3 Josh Huff WR /4/ Oregon Houston, TX D3-4 2/0/4 4 Riley Cooper WR /09/ Florida Clearwater, FL D5b-0 6/6 6 Seyi Ajirotutu WR /2/ Fresno State El Dorado Hills, CA FA-SD-5 6/ (SD) 7 Nelson Agholor WR /24/93 22 R USC Tampa, FL D Rasheed Bailey WR /29/93 22 R Delaware Valley Philadelphia, PA FA Miles Austin WR /30/ Monmouth Garfield, NJ FA-Cle-5 2/ (Cle) 2 Jerome Couplin S /3/ William & Mary Forestville, MD PS-Det-4 0/0/3 22 Marc Anthony CB 5-96 /4/89 25 California Chandler, AZ FA Nolan Carroll CB /8/ Maryland Green Cove Springs, FL FA-Mia-4 6/ 24 Ryan Mathews RB /0/ Fresno State Bakersfield, CA FA-SD-5 6/6 (SD) 26 Walter Thurmond DB /2/ Oregon West Covina, CA FA-NYG-5 2/ (NYG) 27 Malcolm Jenkins S /20/ Ohio State Piscataway, NJ FA-NO-4 6/6 28 Earl Wolff S /5/ NC State Raeford, NC D5-3 7//3 29 DeMarco Murray RB /2/ Oklahoma Las Vegas, NV FA-Dal-5 6/5 (Dal) 30 Ed Reynolds S /8/9 23 Stanford Woodberry Forest, VA D5b-4 0/0 3 Byron Maxwell CB /23/ Clemson North Charleston, SC FA-Sea-5 3/2/3 (Sea) 32 Eric Rowe DB /03/92 22 R Utah Klein, TX D Chris Prosinski S /28/ Wyoming Buffalo, WY FA-4 /0 34 Kenjon Barner RB /28/ Oregon Riverside, CA T-Car-4 0/0 35 Denzel Rice CB /3/93 22 R Coastal Carolina Winston-Salem, NC FA JaCorey Shepherd DB /29/93 22 R Kansas Mesquite, TX D6a Jaylen Watkins DB 5-94 /27/ Florida Cape Coral, FL D4-4 4/0/ 38 E.J. Biggers CB /3/ Western Michigan North Miami Beach, FL FA-Was-5 5/2/ (Was) 39 Kevin Monangai RB /04/93 22 R Villanova West Orange, NJ Randall Evans DB /26/9 23 R Kansas State Miami, FL D6b Chris Maragos S /06/ Wisconsin Racine, WI FA-Sea-4 6/0 43 Darren Sproles RB /20/83 32 Kansas State Olathe, KS T-NO-4 5/0/ 45 Diaheem Watkins LB /24/93 22 R UAB Centreville, AL FA Jon Dorenbos LS /2/ Texas-El Paso Garden Grove, CA FA-06 6/0 47 Trey Burton TE /29/ Florida Venice, FL FA-4 5/0/ 48 Raheem Mostert RB /09/92 23 R Purdue New Smyrna Beach, FL FA Jordan DeWalt-Ondijo LB /9/9 24 R Duke Waller, TX FA Kiko Alonso LB /4/ Oregon Los Gatos, CA T-Buf-5 0/0 5 Emmanuel Acho LB /0/ Texas Dallas, TX T-Cle-3 4/2 52 Brad Jones LB /0/ Colorado East Lansing, MI FA-5 0/0 53 Najee Goode LB /04/ West Virginia Cleveland, OH W-TB-3 /0 54 Brandon Hepburn LB /06/89 25 Florida A&M Thiells, NY FA-4 0/0 55 Brandon Graham LB /03/ Michigan Detroit, MI D-0 6/ 56 Bryan Braman LB /04/ West Texas A&M Spokane, WA FA-Hou-4 6/0 58 Jordan Hicks LB /27/92 23 R Texas Cincinnati, OH D DeMeco Ryans LB /28/ Alabama Bessemer, AL T-Hou-2 8/8 6 Julian Vandervelde C/G /07/ Iowa Davenport, IA D5b- /0/9 62 Jason Kelce C /05/ Cincinnati Cleveland, OH D6a- 2/2/4 63 David Molk C /5/ Michigan Lemont, IL FA-4 7/4 64 Matt Tobin G/T /05/ Iowa Dyersville, IA FA-3 3/7/3 65 Lane Johnson T /08/ Oklahoma Groveton, TX D-3 2/2 66 Andrew Gardner T/G /04/ Georgia Tech Tyrone, GA FA-Hou-4 6/8 67 Dennis Kelly G/T /6/ Purdue Chicago Heights, IL D5-2 3/3/3 68 Josh Andrews G /2/9 24 Oregon State Ontario, CA FA-4 0/0 69 Jared Wheeler OL /03/90 24 Miami (FL) Plantation, FL FA-5 0/0 7 Jason Peters T /22/ Arkansas Queen City, TX T-Buf-09 6/6 72 Cedric Thornton DE /2/ Southern Arkansas Star City, AR FA- 6/6 73 Brian Mihalik DE /2/92 22 R Boston College Avon Lake, OH D Brett Boyko T /04/92 23 R UNLV Saskatoon, SK, CA FA Wade Keliikipi DT /2/9 24 Oregon Waianae, HI FA-4 0/0 74 Malcolm Bunche G /6/9 23 R UCLA Newark, DE FA Vinny Curry DE /30/ Marshall Neptune, NJ D2b-2 6/0 76 Allen Barbre G/T /22/ Missouri Southern St. Granby, MO FA-3 / 77 Kevin Graf T /7/9 24 USC Agoura Hills, CA FA-4 0/0/3 77 B.J. McBryde DE /2/9 23 R Connecticut Beaver Falls, PA FA Mike Coccia C /23/92 23 R New Hampshire Bethlehem, PA FA Travis Raciti DT /2/92 23 R San Jose State Pleasant Hill, CA FA John Moffitt G /28/ Wisconsin West Haven, CT FA Freddie Martino WR /07/9 23 North Greenville North, SC FA-5 /0/3 (Atl) 8 Jordan Matthews WR /6/ Vanderbilt Madison, AL D2-4 6/0 82 Justin Tukes TE /3/9 23 R Central Florida Sylvester, GA FA Eric Tomlinson TE /22/92 23 R Texas-El Paso Klein, TX FA Mike Johnson WR /0/9 23 R Delaware Gainesville, FL FA Andrew Gleichert TE /3/92 23 R Michigan State Ann Arbor, MI FA Zach Ertz TE /0/ Stanford Danville, CA D2-3 6/5 87 Brent Celek TE /25/ Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH D5b-07 6/5 88 Jeff Maehl WR /6/ Oregon Paradise, CA T-Hou-3 8/0/8 89 Josh Reese WR /3/9 24 R Central Florida Miami, FL FA Marcus Smith LB /3/ Louisville Columbus, GA D-4 8/0/2 9 Fletcher Cox DE /3/ Mississippi State Yazoo City, MS D-2 6/6 93 Brandon Bair DE /24/ Oregon St. Anthony, ID FA-3 6/0 94 Beau Allen DT /4/ Wisconsin Minnetonka, MN D7-4 6/0 95 Mychal Kendricks LB /28/ California Fresno, CA D2a-2 2//4 96 Bennie Logan DT /28/ LSU Coushatta, LA D3-3 6/6 97 Taylor Hart DE /22/ Oregon Tualatin, OR D5a-4 0/0/6 98 Connor Barwin LB /5/ Cincinnati Detroit, MI FA-Hou-3 6/6

17 POSITIONAL ROSTER ST DEFENSIVE BACKS LINEBACKERS D-LINE OFFENSIVE LINE TE WR RB QB NO NAME POS HT WT DOB AGE EXP COLLEGE HOMETOWN HOW ACQ 2 Matt Barkley QB /08/ USC Santa Ana, CA D4-3 3 Mark Sanchez QB // USC Mission Viejo, CA FA-4 4 G.J. Kinne QB /0/88 26 Tulsa Gilmer, TX FA-3 7 Sam Bradford QB /08/ Oklahoma Oklahoma City, OK T-StL-5 Tim Tebow QB /4/ Florida Jacksonville, FL FA-5 24 Ryan Mathews RB /0/ Fresno St. Bakersfield, CA FA-SD-5 29 DeMarco Murray RB /2/ Oklahoma Las Vegas, NV FA-Dal-5 34 Kenjon Barner RB /28/ Oregon Riverside, CA T-Car-4 39 Kevin Monangai RB /04/93 22 R Villanova West Orange, NJ FA-5 43 Darren Sproles RB /20/83 32 Kansas State Olathe, KS T-NO-4 48 Raheem Mostert RB /09/92 23 R Purdue New Smyrna Beach, FL FA-5 0 Quron Pratt WR /25/9 24 Rutgers Palmyra, NJ FA-3 3 Josh Huff WR /4/ Oregon Houston, TX D3-4 4 Riley Cooper WR /09/ Florida Clearwater, FL D5b-0 6 Seyi Ajirotutu WR /2/ Fresno St. El Dorado Hills, CA FA-SD-5 7 Nelson Agholor WR /24/93 22 R USC Tampa, FL D-5 8 Rasheed Bailey WR /29/93 22 R Delaware Valley Philadelphia, PA FA-5 9 Miles Austin WR /30/ Monmouth Garfield, NJ FA-Cle-5 80 Freddie Martino WR /07/9 23 North Greenville North, SC FA-5 8 Jordan Matthews WR /6/ Vanderbilt Madison, AL D Mike Johnson WR /0/9 23 R Delaware Gainesville, FL FA-5 88 Jeff Maehl WR /6/ Oregon Paradise, CA T-Hou-3 89 Josh Reese WR /3/9 24 R Central Florida Miami, FL FA-5 47 Trey Burton TE /29/ Florida Venice, FL FA-4 82 Justin Tukes TE /3/9 23 R Central Florida Sylvester, GA FA-5 83 Eric Tomlinson TE /22/92 23 R Texas-El Paso Klein, TX FA-5 85 Andrew Gleichert TE /3/92 23 R Michigan State Ann Arbor, MI FA-5 86 Zach Ertz TE /0/ Stanford Danville, CA D Brent Celek TE /25/ Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH D5b-07 6 Julian Vandervelde C/G /07/ Iowa Davenport, IA D5b- 62 Jason Kelce C /05/ Cincinnati Cleveland, OH D6a- 63 David Molk C /5/ Michigan Lemont, IL FA-4 64 Matt Tobin G/T /05/ Iowa Dyersville, IA FA-3 65 Lane Johnson T /08/ Oklahoma Groveton, TX D-3 66 Andrew Gardner T/G /04/ Georgia Tech Tyrone, GA FA-Hou-4 67 Dennis Kelly G/T /6/ Purdue Chicago Heights, IL D Josh Andrews G /2/9 24 Oregon State Ontario, CA FA-4 69 Jared Wheeler OL /03/90 24 Miami (FL) Plantation, FL FA-5 7 Jason Peters T /22/ Arkansas Queen City, TX T-Buf Brett Boyko T /04/92 23 R UNLV Saskatoon, SK, CA FA-5 74 Malcolm Bunche G /6/9 23 R UCLA Newark, DE FA-5 76 Allen Barbre G/T /22/ Missouri Southern State Granby, MO FA-3 77 Kevin Graf T /7/9 24 USC Agoura Hills, CA FA-4 78 Mike Coccia C /23/92 23 R New Hampshire Bethlehem, PA FA-5 79 John Moffitt G /28/ Wisconsin West Haven, CT FA-5 72 Cedric Thornton DE /2/ Southern Arkansas Star City, AR FA- 73 Brian Mihalik DE /2/92 22 R Boston College Avon Lake, OH D Wade Keliikipi DT /2/9 24 Oregon Waianae, HI FA-4 75 Vinny Curry DE /30/ Marshall Neptune, NJ D2b-2 77 B.J. McBryde DE /2/9 23 R Connecticut Beaver Falls, PA FA-5 78 Travis Raciti DT /2/92 23 R San Jose State Pleasant Hill, CA FA-5 9 Fletcher Cox DE /3/ Mississippi State Yazoo City, MS D-2 93 Brandon Bair DE /24/ Oregon St. Anthony, ID FA-3 94 Beau Allen DT /4/ Wisconsin Minnetonka, MN D Bennie Logan DT /28/ LSU Coushatta, LA D Taylor Hart DE /22/ Oregon Tualatin, OR D5a-4 45 Diaheem Watkins LB /24/93 22 R UAB Centreville, AL FA-5 49 Jordan DeWalt-Ondijo LB /9/9 24 R Duke Waller, TX FA-5 50 Kiko Alonso LB /4/ Oregon Los Gatos, CA T-Buf-5 5 Emmanuel Acho LB /0/ Texas Dallas, TX T-Cle-3 52 Brad Jones LB /0/ Colorado East Lansing, MI FA-5 53 Najee Goode LB /04/ West Virginia Cleveland, OH W-TB-3 54 Brandon Hepburn LB /06/89 25 Florida A&M Thiells, NY FA-4 55 Brandon Graham LB /03/ Michigan Detroit, MI D-0 56 Bryan Braman LB /04/ West Texas A&M Spokane, WA FA-Hou-4 58 Jordan Hicks LB /27/92 23 R Texas Cincinnati, OH D DeMeco Ryans LB /28/ Alabama Bessemer, AL T-Hou-2 90 Marcus Smith LB /3/ Louisville Columbus, GA D-4 95 Mychal Kendricks LB /28/ California Fresno, CA D2a-2 98 Connor Barwin LB /5/ Cincinnati Detroit, MI FA-Hou-3 2 Jerome Couplin S /3/ William & Mary Forestville, MD PS-Det-4 22 Marc Anthony CB 5-96 /4/89 25 California Chandler, AZ FA-5 23 Nolan Carroll CB /8/ Maryland Green Cove Springs, FL FA-Mia-4 26 Walter Thurmond DB /2/ Oregon West Covina, CA FA-NYG-5 27 Malcolm Jenkins S /20/ Ohio State Piscataway, NJ FA-NO-4 28 Earl Wolff S /5/ NC State Raeford, NC D Ed Reynolds S /8/9 23 Stanford Woodberry Forest, VA D5b-4 3 Byron Maxwell CB /23/ Clemson North Charleston, SC FA-Sea-5 32 Eric Rowe DB /03/92 22 R Utah Klein, TX D Chris Prosinski S /28/ Wyoming Buffalo, WY FA-4 35 Denzel Rice CB /3/93 22 R Coastal Carolina Winston-Salem, NC FA-5 36 JaCorey Shepherd DB /29/93 22 R Kansas Mesquite, TX D6a-5 37 Jaylen Watkins DB 5-94 /27/ Florida Cape Coral, FL D E.J. Biggers CB /3/ Western Michigan North Miami Beach, FL FA-Was-5 4 Randall Evans DB /26/9 23 R Kansas State Miami, FL D6b-5 42 Chris Maragos S /06/ Wisconsin Racine, WI FA-Sea-4 Cody Parkey K /9/ Auburn Jupiter, FL T-Ind-4 6 Kip Smith P /04/92 23 R Oklahoma State Broomfield, CO FA-5 8 Donnie Jones P /05/ LSU Baton Rouge, LA FA-Hou-3 46 Jon Dorenbos LS /2/ Texas-El Paso Garden Grove, CA FA-06

18 ROSTER BREAKDOWN HOW THEY WERE ACQUIRED 2006 Jon Dorenbos FA 2007 Brent Celek D5b 2009 Jason Peters T-Buf 200 Brandon Graham D Riley Cooper D5b 20 Julian Vandervelde D5b Jason Kelce D6a Cedric Thornton 202 DeMeco Ryans T-Hou Fletcher Cox D Mychal Kendricks D2a Vinny Curry D2b Dennis Kelly D5 203 Allen Barbre FA Connor Barwin FA-Hou Donnie Jones FA-Hou Lane Johnson D Zach Ertz D2 Bennie Logan D3 Matt Barkley D4 Earl Wolff D5 Matt Tobin Brandon Bair FA Jeff Maehl T-Hou Najee Goode W-TB Emmanuel Acho FA G.J. Kinne FA 204 David Molk FA Malcolm Jenkins FA-NO Chris Maragos FA-Sea Bryan Braman FA-Hou Darren Sproles T-NO Nolan Carroll FA-Mia Mark Sachez FA-NYJ Andrew Gardner FA-Hou Marcus Smith D Jordan Matthews D2 Josh Huff D3 Jaylen Watkins D4 Taylor Hart D5a Ed Reynolds D5b Beau Allen D7 Josh Andrews Trey Burton Kevin Graf Wade Keliikipi Quron Pratt Cody Parkey T-Ind Chris Prosinski FA Jerome Couplin PS-Det Kenjon Barner T-Car Brandon Hepburn FA 205 Brad Jones FA Kiko Alonso T-Buf Sam Bradford T-StL Byron Maxwell FA-Sea Walter Thurmond FA-NYG Ryan Mathews FA-SD DeMarco Murray FA-Dal Miles Austin FA-Cle Seyi Ajirotutu FA-SD E.J. Biggers FA-Was Tim Tebow FA Nelson Agholor D Eric Rowe D2 Jordan Hicks D3 JaCorey Shepherd D6a Randall Evans D6b Brian Mihalik D7 Rasheed Bailey Brett Boyko Malcolm Bunche Mike Coccia Jordan DeWalt-Ondijo Andrew Gleichert B.J. McBryde Raheem Mostert Travis Raciti Denzel Rice Kip Smith Eric Tomlinson Justin Tukes Jared Wheeler FA John Moffitt FA Kevin Monangai Mike Johnson Josh Reese Diaheem Watkins Freddie Martino FA Marc Anthony FA BY DRAFT ROUND st Mark Sanchez NYJ 2009 Malcolm Jenkins NO 2009 Sam Bradford StL 200 Ryan Mathews SD 200 Brandon Graham Phi 200 Tim Tebow Den 200 Fletcher Cox Phi 202 Lane Johnson Phi 203 Marcus Smith Phi 204 Nelson Agholor Phi 205 2nd DeMeco Ryans Hou 2006 Connor Barwin Hou 2009 Mychal Kendricks Phi 202 Vinny Curry Phi 202 Zach Ertz Phi 203 Kiko Alonso Buf 203 Jordan Matthews Phi 204 Eric Rowe Phi 205 3rd DeMarco Murray Dal 20 John Moffitt Sea 20 Bennie Logan Phi 203 Josh Huff Phi 204 Jordan Hicks Phi 205 4th Darren Sproles SD 2005 Allen Barbre GB 2007 Walter Thurmond NYG 200 Chris Prosinski Jax 20 Matt Barkley Phi 203 Jaylen Watkins Phi 204 5th Brent Celek Phi 2007 Riley Cooper Phi 200 Nolan Carroll Mia 200 Julian Vandervelde Phi 20 Dennis Kelly Phi 202 Najee Goode TB 202 Earl Wolff Phi 203 Ed Reynolds Phi 204 Taylor Hart Phi 204 6th Andrew Gardner Mia 2009 Byron Maxwell Sea 20 Jason Kelce Phi 20 Emmanuel Acho Cle 202 Kenjon Barner Car 203 JaCorey Shepherd Phi 205 Randall Evans Phi 205 7th Donnie Jones Sea 2004 E.J. Biggers TB 2009 Brad Jones GB 2009 David Molk SD 202 Brandon Hepburn Det 203 Marc Anthony Bal 203 Beau Allen Phi 204 Brian Mihalik Phi 205 FA Jon Dorenbos Buf 2003 Jason Peters Buf 2004 Miles Austin Dal 2006 Seyi Ajirotutu SD 200 Chris Maragos SF 200 Jeff Maehl Hou 20 Bryan Braman Hou 20 Brandon Bair KC 20 Cedric Thornton Phi 20 G.J. Kinne NYJ 202 Matt Tobin Phi 203 Josh Andrews Phi 204 Kevin Graf Phi 204 Wade Keliikipi Phi 204 Quron Pratt Phi 204 Trey Burton Phi 204 Cody Parkey Ind 204 Jerome Couplin Det 204 Jared Wheeler Car 204 Freddie Martino Atl 204 Rasheed Bailey Phi 205 Brett Boyko Phi 205 Malcolm Bunche Phi 205 Mike Coccia Phi 205 Jordan Dewalt-Ondijo Phi 205 Andrew Gleichert Phi 205 B.J. McBryde Phi 205 Raheem Mostert Phi 205 Travis Raciti Phi 205 Denzel Rice Phi 205 Kip Smith Phi 205 Eric Tomlinson Phi 205 Justin Tukes Phi 205 Kevin Monangai Phi 205 Mike Johnson Phi 205 Josh Reese TB 205 Diaheem Watkins Phi 205 BY EXPERIENCE AND GAMES Player Exp GP GS w/phi Jon Dorenbos /0 Donnie Jones /0 Darren Sproles /0 Jason Peters /74 Brent Celek DeMeco Ryans /40 Miles Austin /0 Malcolm Jenkins /6 Connor Barwin /32 Brad Jones /0 E.J. Biggers /0 Nolan Carroll / Riley Cooper Mark Sanchez /8 Brandon Graham Bryan Braman /0 Chris Maragos /0 Ryan Mathews /0 Seyi Ajirotutu /0 Chris Prosinski /0 DeMarco Murray /0 Sam Bradford /0 Cedric Thornton Allen Barbre / Fletcher Cox Byron Maxwell /0 Jason Kelce Mychal Kendricks Vinny Curry Walter Thurmond /0 Tim Tebow /0 Bennie Logan Zach Ertz Lane Johnson Jeff Maehl /0 Andrew Gardner /8 Emmanuel Acho David Molk /4 John Moffitt /0 Earl Wolff Najee Goode 4 8 5/ Dennis Kelly Jordan Matthews Julian Vandervelde Beau Allen Brandon Bair Cody Parkey Kiko Alonso /0 Trey Burton Matt Tobin Josh Huff Kenjon Barner /0 Marcus Smith Jerome Couplin /0 Matt Barkley Jaylen Watkins Taylor Hart Freddie Martino 0 0/0 Brandon Hepburn 0 0 G.J. Kinne 0 0 Josh Andrews 0 0 Kevin Graf 0 0 Wade Keliikipi 0 0 Quron Pratt 0 0 Ed Reynolds 0 0 Jared Wheeler 0 0 Marc Anthony 0 0 Nelson Agholor R 0 0 Eric Rowe R 0 0 Jordan Hicks R 0 0 JaCorey Shepherd R 0 0 Randall Evans R 0 0 Brian Mihalik R 0 0 Rasheed Bailey R 0 0 Brett Boyko R 0 0 Malcolm Bunche R 0 0 Mike Coccia R 0 0 Jordan DeWalt-Ondijo R 0 0 Andrew Gleichert R 0 0 B.J. McBryde R 0 0 Raheem Mostert R 0 0 Travis Raciti R 0 0 Denzel Rice R 0 0 Kip Smith R 0 0 Eric Tomlinson R 0 0 Justin Tukes R 0 0 Kevin Monangai R 0 0 Mike Johnson R 0 0 Josh Reese R 0 0 Diaheem Watkins R 0 0

19 HOMETOWN BREAKDOWN Saskatchewan CALIFORNIA (4) Matt Barkley Mark Sanchez Kenjon Barner Jon Dorenbos Josh Andrews Kevin Graf Zach Ertz Jeff Maehl Mychal Kendricks Kiko Alonso Walter Thurmond Ryan Mathews Seyi Ajirotutu Travis Raciti FLORIDA (3) Cody Parkey Riley Cooper Nolan Carroll Jaylen Watkins Trey Burton E.J. Biggers Tim Tebow Nelson Agholor Randall Evans Raheem Mostert Jared Wheeler Mike Johnson Josh Reese Santa Ana Mission Viejo Riverside Garden Grove Ontario Agoura Hills Danville Paradise Fresno Los Gatos West Covina Bakersfield El Dorado Hills Pleasant Hill Jupiter Clearwater Green Cove Springs Cape Coral Venice North Miami Beach Jacksonville Tampa Miami Purdue Plantation Gainesville Miami TEXAS (9) G.J. Kinne Gilmer Josh Huff Houston Emmanuel Acho Dallas Lane Johnson Groveton Jason Peters Queen City Eric Rowe Klein JaCorey Shepherd Mesquite Jordan Dewalt-Ondijo Prairie View Eric Tomlinson Klein NEW JERSEY (5) Quron Pratt Palmyra Malcolm Jenkins Piscataway Vinny Curry Neptune Miles Austin Garfield Kevin Monangai West Orange OHIO (5) Najee Goode Cleveland Jason Kelce Cleveland Brent Celek Cincinnati Jordan Hicks Cincinnati Brian Mihalik Avon Lake MICHIGAN (4) Brad Jones East Lansing Brandon Graham Detroit Connor Barwin Detroit Andrew Gleichert Ann Arbor ALABAMA (3) DeMeco Ryans Bessemer Jordan Matthews Madison Diaheem Watkins Centreville GEORGIA (3) Andrew Gardner Tyrone Marcus Smith Columbus Justin Tukes Sylvester PENNSYLVANIA (3) Rasheed Bailey Philadelphia B.J. McBryde Beaver Falls Mike Coccia Bethlehem ILLINOIS (2) David Molk Lemont Dennis Kelly Chicago Heights IOWA (2) Julian Vandervelde Davenport Matt Tobin Dyersville LOUISIANA (2) Donnie Jones Baton Rouge Bennie Logan Coushatta NORTH CAROLINA (2) Earl Wolff Raeford Denzel Rice Winston-Salem SOUTH CAROLINA (2) Freddie Martino North Byron Maxwell North Charleston OTHER STATES ( each) Cedric Thornton Star City, AR Marc Anthony Chandler, AZ Kip Smith Broomfield, CO John Moffitt West Haven, CT Malcolm Bunche Newark, DE Wade Keliikipi Waianae, HI Brandon Bair St. Anthony, ID Darren Sproles Olathe, KS Jerome Couplin Forestville, MD Beau Allen Minnetonka, MN Allen Barbre Granby, MO Fletcher Cox Yazoo City, MS Brandon Hepburn Pomona, NY DeMarco Murray Las Vegas, NV Sam Bradford Oklahoma City, OK Taylor Hart Tualatin, OR Ed Reynolds Woodberry Forest, VA Bryan Braman Spokane, WA Chris Maragos Racine, WI Chris Prosinski Buffalo, WY Brett Boyko Saskatoon, SK, CA

20 205 PERSONNEL MOVES December 30 - Re-signed the following players to reserve/ future contracts: G Josh Andrews, RB Kenjon Barner, T Kevin Graf, DT Wade Keliikipi, QB GJ Kinne, WR Will Murphy, WR Quron Pratt, S Ed Reynolds and RB Matthew Tucker December 3 - Parted ways with Vice President of Player Personnel Tom Gamble January 2 - Elevated General Manager Howie Roseman to the role of Executive Vice President of Football Operations January 5 - Re-signed LB Brandon Hepburn to a reserve/ futures contract January 9 - Named Cory Undlin defensive backs coach and Justin Peelle tight ends coach...named John Lovett and Ted Williams to the pro scouting staff January 22 - Named Ryan Day quarterbacks coach January 29 - Named Ed Marynowitz vice president of player personnel February 3 - Named Stephen Thomas defensive quality control coach...named Matthew Harper assistant defensive backs coach and Michael Clay assistant special teams coach February 8 - Named Brian Smith assistant linebackers coach February 9 - Released TE James Casey February 26 - Released OL Todd Herremans March 2 - Signed LB Brad Jones to a two-year contract March 3 - Released CB Cary Williams March 4 - Released LB Trent Cole March 9 - Agreed to terms with LB Brandon Graham on a fouryear contract March 0 - Acquired LB Kiko Alonso from the Buffalo Bills in exchange for RB LeSean McCoy March 0 - Acquired QB Sam Bradford and a 5th round pick in the 205 NFL Draft from the St. Louis Rams in exchange for QB Nick Foles, a 4th round pick in 205 and a 2nd round selection in 206 March 0 - Agreed to terms with CB Byron Maxwell on a sixyear contract March 0 - Re-signed WR Jeff Maehl to a one-year contract March - Agreed to terms with CB Walter Thurmond III on a one-year contract... Signed QB Mark Sanchez to a two-year contract March 2 - Agreed to terms with RB Ryan Mathews on a threeyear contract... Agreed to terms with RB DeMarco Murray on a five-year contract March 30 - Signed LB DeMeco Ryans to a one-year contract extension March 3 - Agreed to terms with WR Miles Austin on a one-year contract April 7 - Signed WR Seyi Ajirotutu and CB E.J. Biggers to oneyear contracts April 3 - Signed DE Cedric Thornton to a one-year contract April 20 - Signed QB Tim Tebow to a one-year contract April 27 - Exercised the 5th year option of DE Fletcher Cox April 30 - Selected WR Nelson Agholor (USC) in the first round (20th overall) May - Traded a 2nd round pick (52nd overall) and two 5th round picks (45th and 56th overall) to the Miami Dolphins for a 2nd round pick (47th overall) and a 6th round pick (9st overall)... Selected DB Eric Rowe (Utah) in the 2nd round (47th overall)... Selected LB Jordan Hicks (Texas) in the 3rd round (84th overall) May 2 - Traded a 4th round pick (3th overall) to the Detroit Lions for a 3rd round pick in Selected DB JaCorey Shepherd (Kansas) in the 6th round (9st overall)... Selected DB Randall Evans (Kansas State) in the 6th round (96th overall)... Selected DE Brian Mihalik (Boston College) in the 7th round (237th overall)... Agreed to terms with the following 6 rookie free agents: WR Rasheed Bailey (Delaware Valley), T Brett Boyko (UNLV), G Malcolm Bunche (UCLA), C Mike Coccia (New Hampshire), WR Devante Davis (UNLV), LB Jordan Dewalt-Ondijo (Duke), TE Andrew Gleichert (Michigan State), WR John Harris (Texas), G Cole Manhart (Nebraska-Kearney), DE B.J. McBryde (Connecticut), RB Raheem Mostert (Purdue), DT Travis Raciti (San Jose State), CB Denzel Rice (Coastal Carolina), P Kip Smith (Oklahoma State), TE Eric Tomlinson (Texas-El Paso), and TE Justin Tukes (Central Florida) May 6 - Agreed to terms with three draft choices on a fouryear contract: DB Eric Rowe, DB Randall Evans, and DE Brian Mihalik May 7 - Agreed to terms with first round draft choice WR Nelson Agholor on a four-year contract... Signed DE Frank Mays and released WR Will Murphy May 2 - Agreed to terms with 6th round draft choice DB JaCorey Shepherd on a four-year contract May 3 - Promoted pro scout Louis Clark to senior director of pro personnel... Named Dwayne Joseph director of pro scouting May 4 - Agreed to terms with 3rd round draft choice LB Jordan Hicks on a four-year contract June 2 - Released G Evan Mathis June 5 - Signed OL Jared Wheeler to a -year contract June 29 - Signed G John Moffitt to a -year contract...released G Cole Manhart July 27 - Released RB Matthew Tucker with a non-football injury August - Signed RB Kevin Monangai as a rookie free agent... Traded CB Brandon Boykin to the Pittsburgh Steelers in exchange for a conditional 5th-round selection in the 206 NFL Draft August 3 - Signed WR Mike Johnson as a rookie free agent August 4 - Signed WR Josh Reese as a rookie free agent... Released WR Devante Davis... Waived/Injured LB Travis Long August 5 - Signed LB Diaheem Watkins as a rookie free agent... Placed LB Travis Long (torn left ACL) on Injured Reserve August 0 - Signed WR Freddie Martino to -year contract... Waived WR John Harris... Waived/Injured DE Frank Mays August - Signed CB Marc Anthony to -year contract

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