The Philadelphia Daily News' Paul Domowitch expects the Eagles to restructure OLB Trent Cole's contract.
Eagles OLB Trent Cole carries an $11.625 million cap charge for 2015.
Eagles OLB Trent Cole has undergone left hand surgery and is out for Saturday's game against the Redskins.
Eagles OLB Trent Cole's broken left hand is "braced and taped."
The Philadelphia Inquirer confirms OLB Trent Cole (hand) is not expected to play this week.
Eagles OLB Trent Cole is uncertain to play for the rest of the season due to a broken hand.
Eagles OLB Trent Cole is likely entering his final season with the team.
Trent Cole remains locked in as a starting outside linebacker.
The Philadelphia Inquirer believes OLB Trent Cole may have to restructure his contract to return in 2014.
Eagles OLB Trent Cole has recorded five sacks, five quarterback hurries, and 31 tackles over his past four games.
Eagles DE/OLB Trent Cole left Sunday's Week 11 game against the Redskins in the second half with a possible concussion.
Eagles OLB Trent Cole has spent more time playing 3-4 defensive end than outside linebacker in Philly's new defense.
CSN Philly's Rueben Frank believes Eagles OLB Trent Cole has "looked sluggish" in preseason games.
Eagles OLB Trent Cole has shed 11 pounds and is down to 263 as he transitions from 4-3 end to 3-4 outside linebacker.