The last unsigned draft pick for Philadelphia has finally agreed to a deal.
The Eagles announced they have agreed to terms with second round pick Cam Jurgens. The entire 2022 draft class for the Philadelphia Eagles have now agreed to their rookie deals.
Cam Jurgens, a center drafted in the second round out of Nebraska, was an athletic freak coming out of college and was “hand-picked” by Jason Kelce as a potential successor to the future Hall-of-Famer.
Jurgens has reportedly been cross-training at both center and guard during practice. The Eagles continue to focus on making versatility a strength within the offensive line. Jeff Stoutland has succeeded greatly in this aspect as it has shown in players like Jordan Mailata, Jack Driscoll, and even Isaac Seumalo.
While no contract deals have been announced by the team, the center is estimated to earn a four-year contract worth $6.9 million and a $2.2 million signing bonus which is on par with the CBA’s ruling on rookie contracts.
With all rookies having been signed, Philadelphia will go into camp without any contractual distractions looming.
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