The Eagles have restructured OLB Connor Barwin's contract.
Eagles OLB Connor Barwin will be more involved as a pass rusher this season.
Eagles OLB Connor Barwin played 94 percent of Philly's defensive snaps in 2013.
Eagles GM Howie Roseman believes OLB Connor Barwin's sacks dipped from 11.5 in 2011 to 3.0 in 2012 because of how the Texans used him.
Eagles signed OLB Connor Barwin, formerly of the Texans, to a six-year, $36 million contract.
The Eagles are "on the verge" of a deal with free agent pass-rusher Connor Barwin.
The Eagles "have been talking" to free agents Connor Barwin and Victor Butler.
CBS Sports reports "at least three teams" are interested in free agent OLB Connor Barwin.
The Houston Chronicle gives free agent OLB Connor Barwin a mere 30 percent chance of re-signing with the Texans.
Free agent OLB Connor Barwin suggested the Patriots and Colts as possible landing spots.
According to "people familiar with the situation," the Texans will meet with free agent OLB Connor Barwin's agent at the Combine, and "both sides" are hopeful of a new deal.
The Houston Chronicle believes re-signing free agent OLB Connor Barwin is among the Texans' biggest priorities.
According to Pro Football Weekly, the Texans are considering using the franchise tag on OLB Connor Barwin this offseason.
The Texans are expected to begin long-term contract talks with OLB Connor Barwin and LT Duane Brown before the start of the season.