Eagles OLB Trent Cole's February hand surgery was performed to address multiple tendon tears and a snapped bone near his right wrist.
Eagles DE/OLB Trent Cole is trying to get down to 260 pounds in anticipation of moving to outside linebacker in the Eagles' new 3-4 scheme.
Philly Mag: Birds 24/7 doesn't expect the Eagles to trade DE/OLB Trent Cole.
Multiple sources have told CSN Philly that Trent Cole will be back with the Eagles in 2013.
Eagles RE Trent Cole underwent hand surgery this week and could be sidelined for the early portion of spring workouts.
The Philadelphia Inquirer says DE Trent Cole will be on next year's roster.
The Eagles have not recorded a sack since Week 3.
Eagles DL coach Jim Washburn said he's never coached a defensive end who does everything as well as RE Trent Cole.
Eagles RE Trent Cole says the team's deeper defensive line rotation helped keep him in better shape last season.
Eagles agreed to terms with RE Trent Cole on a four-year contract extension worth a maximum of $53 million with $15 million guaranteed.
ESPN reports the Eagles are finalizing a contract extension with RE Trent Cole.
Eagles RE Trent Cole's calf is "still swollen."
Eagles RE Trent Cole (calf) has resumed practicing.
Eagles RE Trent Cole (calf) is not expected back for the team's Week 6 game against the Redskins.