Eagles Sign Brent Celek To Three-Year Deal
The Eagles and veteran tight end Brent Celek have agreed to a three-year deal worth $13 million, including $6 million in guaranteed money. The deal, first reported by ESPN’s Adam Caplan, was confirmed by the Eagles.
This news comes a day after the Eagles announced a five-year deal with Zach Ertz, a deal that is reportedly worth $42.5 million, with $20 million guaranteed.
Celek, who turned 31 on Monday, caught 27 passes for 398 yards and three touchdowns this season. It was a slight uptick in production for the veteran despite a notable drop in snaps. Celek was on the field for 52 percent of the Eagles’ offensive snaps this season, while Ertz was on the field for 68.2 percent.
Celek had one year left on his previous deal, which was going to cost the Eagles $5 million.