Tuesday afternoon marks the beginning of the free agency period for the NFL. For one former Wolverine in particular, he elected to avoid the open market and stay with the team that drafted him.
According to his personal Twitter account, former Wolverine defensive end and current Eagles outside linebacker Brandon Graham has signed a four-year deal worth around $26 million with $14 million in guaranteed money according to NFL.com writer Dan Hanzus.
The official Eagles Twitter account also confirmed the news on Monday as well.
During his four-year career at Michigan, Graham is the first defensive player in program history to be voted Bo Schembechler Most Valuable Player twice, is second in career tackles for loss and sacks and is tied for second in career forced fumbles in the Michigan record books.