Brandon Graham, former Michigan standout, makes decision on 2023 NFL season
Brandon Graham is staying in Philadelphia. The former Michigan standout has agreed to a 1-year deal to remain with the Eagles.
Graham has told media members that his desire to be a part of Philadelphia’s 2023 championship campaign outweighed potentially making more money in free agency. The Eagles are coming off a Super Bowl loss to the Kansas City Chiefs and are out for revenge this fall.
Brandon Graham confirmed to The Inquirer @Tim_McManus‘ report that he’s re-signing with the #Eagles on a 1-year deal:
“It ain’t really about the money for me right now. It’s just more about coming back. I don’t want to miss this run we about to go on.”
— Jeff McLane (@Jeff_McLane) March 10, 2023
Just got off the phone with #Eagles DL Brandon Graham: “I haven’t officially signed yet, but it’s pretty much done. I’m coming back. It wasn’t about the money. I love Philly. I don’t want to miss a championship with Jalen. Jalen is the man. I just told my agent make it happen.”
— JosinaAnderson (@JosinaAnderson) March 10, 2023
A first-round draft pick in 2010, Graham has spent his entire career with the Philadelphia Eagles, getting a ring for the team’s Super Bowl LII victory. Graham recorded a career-high 11 sacks during the 2022 regular season, helping the Eagles to an NFC Championship.