Eagles signed QB Kevin Kolb to a one-year extension with $12.26 million guaranteed.
The deal includes a whopping $10.7 million signing bonus to get around the "30 percent" rule. Kolb would have drawn a longer extension, but the Eagles had to work around the uncapped year's restriction on base salaries jumping more than 30 percent. The Eagles are still showing a commitment to Kolb by bringing his salary in line with other premier quarterbacks in the league. Now signed through 2011, he won't have to look over his shoulder at Michael Vick when the hometown fans turn fickle.