Eagles sign former Browns DE Corey Linsley to 1-year contract

The Philadelphia Eagles have agreed to terms with former Browns defensive end Corey Linley, a league source told ESPN.

Linsleys deal will be fully guaranteed.

Lincley is one of the Eagles top offseason additions.

Linleys deal is fully guaranteed, and the Eagles can also make him an exercise option for a second year of his deal.

He’ll earn $3.75 million this season, per Spotrac.

He also can make $5 million in 2014.

Linchkins contract is for one season, meaning the Eagles will have the franchise tag on him for the entire season, and they can sign him as an unrestricted free agent after the 2015 season.

Linceys contract is fully guarantees.

Lining up for the first time in his career as a pro, Linsys playing time is going to be limited.

The Eagles will likely go out and get another defensive end to fill out the roster, but he will be one of their biggest additions in free agency.

The 28-year-old has had some rough times in his NFL career.

In 2014, he had five sacks and three forced fumbles.

In 2013, he went for 6.5 sacks and one forced fumble.

The 6-foot-3, 305-pounder also was arrested in November for allegedly stalking a woman.

Linson has been the Eagles defensive line coach since 2011.

In 2012, Linson became the first assistant head coach in Eagles history.

He served as defensive line coordinator from 2012-2014, and was the linebackers coach from 2014-2016.

He was promoted to linebackers coach in 2016 and then became the defensive line coaches assistant coach from 2017-2019.