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.
PhillyMag.com reports that Trent Cole's role with the Eagles is "still to be determined."
Eagles DC Billy Davis said OLBs Trent Cole and Brandon Graham have been "outstanding" in their transitions from defensive end.
The Philadelphia Inquirer calls OLB Trent Cole a "fish out of water" in the Eagles' new 3-4 defense.
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.