Eight-year linebacker Zach Brown has signed one-year contract with the Philadelphia Eagles.
After spending the last two seasons with NFC East rival Washington Redskins, Brown’s deal is for $3 million, which put the Eagles over $24 million in cap space.
LB Zach Brown finally has a landing spot. @TomPelissero reported this morning that Brown signed a 1 year/$3 million deal with the Eagles. In the past 2 years with the Redskins Brown had 223 tackles,2 forced fumbles, and 3.5 tackles.— The Plastered Patriot (@ThePlasteredOne) May 3, 2019
The move for Brown was made by the team to provide linebacker depth and a possible starting spot after losing Jordan Hicks to the Arizona Cardinals during free agency.
Brown was drafted in the second round by Tennessee Titans in 2012. Along with the Titans and Redskins, he has also played for the Buffalo Bills in 2016.