The Philadelphia Eagles have re-signed free agent corner back Nolan Carroll Jr. to a one-year deal. Carroll Jr. is expected to receive a base salary of $2.36 million. It can be worth as much as $3 million if he reaches incentives.
He came to the Eagles from the Miami Dolphins in March 2014 when he signed a two-year, $5 million deal.
The Eagles put Carroll Jr. on injured reserve on Nov. 27, 2015, ending his season.
In the 11 games, he had 41 tackles along with two interceptions — with one being returned for a touchdown and 10 pass deflections.
This was the first time in his career that he played in fewer than 13 games in a season. As a rookie with the Dolphins in 2010, he played in just 13 games.
With Carroll Jr. re-signing, he’ll continue in his right corner role. With the team trading Bryon Maxwell, along with Kiko Alonso, to the Dolphins earlier this off-season, the team is expected to make Rowe the starting left corner, barring the team from signing any starting corner backs.
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