Linebacker Paul Worrilow and the Eagles agree to one-year deal

Looks like the Philadelphia Eagles are pretty much stacked at the linebacker position, especially after they added former Detroit Lions’ linebacker Paul Worrilow to the roster. Worrilow is expected to provide the team with much needed depth whom is to partner with Mychal Kendricks, Jordan Hicks, Nigel Bradham, and newly signed Corey Nelson. The one-year contract details are yet to be released.




Worrilow was undrafted in 2013 by the Atlanta Falcons. During his time in Atlanta, Worrilow registered a total 385 tackles and four sacks to his stats. He was then signed by the Detroit Lions prior to the 2017 season, and added a total of 30 tackles to his stats that season. Now in 2018, it looks like Paul Worrilow will be parting ways with the Lions to help out the Eagles.

Despite the un-clearness of Worrilow losing his starting job at the linebacker position, Eagles’ fans are hoping he retains enough talent to help the team out when it needs some.

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