Eagles G Jean-Gilles looking for contract extension

The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that G Max Jean-Gilles is looking for a contract extension from the Eagles and has acquired the services of agent Drew Rosenhaus.

From the Inquirer:

    Jean-Gilles is in the last year of a four-year contract he signed after the Eagles drafted the 6-foot-3, 358-pound guard in the fourth round out of Georgia. Jean-Gilles started 10 games last season in place of the injured Shawn Andrews, but broke his fibula against the Cardinals on Nov. 27.

In other Rosenhaus client-related news, the Eagles have agreed to terms on a four-year deal with rookie TE Cornelius Ingram.

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