Todd France, the agent for Buffalo free-agent outside linebacker Angelo Crowll, told the Daily News today that the Eagles are “are among several teams expressing interest” in his client.
As we told you earlier, Crowell, 27, missed all of last season following knee surgery in August and is not expected to be cleared for full football workouts until after the draft.
According to multiple reports, he has visited Tampa Bay and Detroit this week. St. Louis also is said to have contacted France.
“At this point, Angelo is looking at all options,” said France, who also represents Eagles running back Brian Westbrook.
Crowell was ranked fourth among the remaining free-agent outside linebackers, according to the Daily News' Paul Domowitch's most recent rankings.
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