Eagles Tender Matt Tobin, David Molk Retires

The Eagles gave Matt Tobin the smallest tender possible: $1.671 million.

Matt Tobin. (Jeff Fusco)

Matt Tobin. (Jeff Fusco)

UPDATE: David Molk retired from the NFL today, the Eagles officially announced. The offensive lineman was a 2012 seventh-round pick by the Chargers, and came to Philadelphia in 2014 as a free agent. Last September, he was placed on Injured Reserve with a torn biceps.

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The Eagles have tendered a one-year contract to Matt Tobin, who is scheduled to be a restricted free agent, the team announced this morning. That means if Tobin signs an offer sheet with a new team, the Eagles can match the offer and retain him.

According to Tom Pelissero of USA Today Sports, the Eagles gave Tobin the smallest tender possible: $1.671 million. However, the deal is non-guaranteed.

Tobin ranked 76th among 82 offensive linemen in the NFL in pass blocking efficiency, allowing eight sacks, 11 hits and 31 hurries in 561 snaps, per Pro Football Focus.