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Bleeding Green Nation Feb 26, 2015

Don't rule out Trent Cole returning to the Eagles

The veteran linebacker could be back. The Eagles released one of their longest tenured players on Thursday by cutting offensive line Todd Herremans. Veteran linebacker Trent Cole, who is due a big salary in 2015, could be next on the chopping block. Or maybe not, according to CSN Philly's Geoff Mosher: "Chip's doing some house cleaning but don't kick Trent Cole out the door just yet. Sides will be talking soon, optimism about a restructure." Cole has already noted he is open to doing what it takes to return to Philadelphia. The 10-year veteran drove this point home following the...
Rotoworld Feb 2, 2015

Trent Cole scheduled to count $11.6M vs. cap - Trent Cole (LB) Philadelphia Eagles

Eagles OLB Trent Cole is currently scheduled to count $11.625 million against the 2015 salary cap.

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