Philadelphia: During any season you get players trying to make their way back from injury and then more questions come up about the player needing another surgery.
On Tuesday, December 18, Eagles special team player Chris Maragos would tweet out about having surgery.
On Wednesday, Coach Doug Pederson would talk about what is going on with Chris Maragos:
Maragos has been out with since October 2017 with a torn PCL & was placed on designated to the Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform list for the team heading into (and throughout) the 2018 season.
Now the big question is will Chris Maragos play again & he is set to be a free agent in March.
During his 4 years with the Eagles, Maragos played in 53 games with 23 tackles, mostly used on Special teams and he would have a huge impact.
In August 2018, Maragos signed a 1 year $1.75 million deal as it restructures his contract with the Eagles
Maragos would sign with the Eagles in March 2014 to a 3 year $4.05 million contract
In November 2016, Maragos would sign a 3 year $6 million extension with the Eagles