According to the team via Twitter, the Eagles have extended offensive lineman Isaac Seumalo’s contract for three years (through 2022).
— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) March 4, 2019
Seumalo gained starting duties as the Eagles left guard after they benched Stefen Wisniewski last season. Seumalo did an acceptable job, which is why the Eagles felt confident in extending the 25-year-old’s contract.
“Seumalo has played in at least 13 games over the last two seasons. His versatility allows the Eagles to place him virtually anywhere along the offensive line, making him a key piece to an already talented unit.
With Brandon Brooks suffering an Achilles injury during the playoffs, Seumalo’s versatility becomes even more important heading into 2019,” Vaughn Johnson of philadelphiaeagles.com stated in his report.