Eagles, Brandon Graham agree to 3-year contract extension

The Philadelphia Eagles and defensive end Brandon Graham have agreed to a three-year contract extension, the team announced on Friday.

The new deal ensures that Graham will stay the longest tenured member of the Eagles. Philadelphia drafted Graham 13th overall in the 2010 NFL draft out of the University of Michigan.

The 31-year-old lineman is most fondly remembered by Eagles fans for his strip sack of Patriots quarterback Tom Brady in the fourth quarter of Super Bowl LII, which lead to a Jake Elliot field goal with 1:05 on the game clock.

At 6'2, 265 pounds, Graham has been a steady contributor for the Eagels defensive front. Graham has played 127 games with the Birds which ranks 4th all-time in team franchise history. He has missed just one game since 2012.

Graham was an all-pro in 2016 and collected a career best 9.5 sacks in 2017. Since 2014, Graham rnaks 6th in the NFL with 14 forced fumbles.