PHOENIX -- The reason the Philadelphia Eagles were active in the early days of free agency wasn't that they set out to be aggressive but rather that they found prices that pleasantly surprised them. So said GM Howie Roseman on Tuesday at the owners' meetings. Roseman cited cornerback Cary Williams and pass-rushing linebacker Connor Barwin as two of the players whose deals he felt were low-risk for the team, and he indicated that the approach would continue. Per Geoff Mosher...
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