Frank Gore cleared that he and his team had a deal with Philadelphia Eagles that search for running back to replace LeSean McCoy, who was traded to Buffalo last week.
He said that the deal cannot become official until free agency opens because deals can always fall through.
Gore is coming to the Eagles to take about $3 to $4 million a year for the next two years and McCoy’s new deal in Buffalo, worth around $40 million. comparing with McCoy in 2015 the money the Eagles saved on McCoy Gore, Darren Sproles, Chris Polk and a rookie won’t make a much combine.
Eagles may offer also offer Gore opportunities beside its generous contract. McCoy led the NFL in rushing in 2013 and ranked fourth last year. there were a hurry-up offense ranks second in the NFL in rushing yards and fourth in rushing attempts. McCoy led the NFL in rushing in 2013 and ranked fourth last year since head coach Chip Kelly arrived in 2013, Philadelphia’s innovative.
The former NFL scout and personnel executive said last week “Frank Gore is not a special athlete, but he’s a special player and he’s a special teammate. If I was running a team and I needed that kind of running back, Frank Gore is someone I’d be talking to.”