The Eagles and Darren Sproles have agreed to terms on a two-year contract extension, the team announced.
That means Sproles will be under the team’s control through 2016. He is due $3.4 million in 2014. It’s unclear at this time how much the extension is worth. But considering the Eagles gave up a fifth-round pick for Sproles, it stands to reason that they think he can be productive for more than just one season.
Sproles turns 31 in June, but has been a durable player throughout his career. He has only missed four games in his last seven seasons.
Sproles figures to be a rotational player for the Eagles. Earlier today, we took an All-22 look at what he brings to the table.