Breaking News: Philadelphia Eagles Agree To Terms With Brandon Graham

Dan ParzychSenior Writer IJuly 30, 2010

Philadelphia Eagles rookie Brandon Graham
Philadelphia Eagles rookie Brandon GrahamGregory Shamus/Getty Images

With the first week of training camp almost complete, the Philadelphia Eagles have agreed to terms with first-round pick Brandon Graham. Sources indicate the two sides have agreed to a five-year deal for the former Michigan standout.

Graham was the last of the team’s draft picks to sign after they agreed to terms with second-round pick Nate Allen on Tuesday. He was selected by the Eagles—who traded up to acquire the effective pass-rusher—with the 13th pick of the 2010 NFL Draft after an impressive career at Michigan. During his senior season, he led the nation with 26 tackles for a loss and was ranked 14th with 10.5 sacks.

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