Free agent defensive end Aaron Kampman agreed to terms with the Jacksonville Jaguars in the early morning hours, according to the Florida Times Union. Terms of the contract were not available.
So, you can cross another defensive end off the Eagles' board.
Just what level of interest the Eagles had and did his agent cancel a visit to Philadelphia or not don't matter now.
Perhaps, general manager Howie Roseman was trying to lower expectations for the Eagles to make a splash at the outset of free agency with this before the combine: "I think it’s going to be a great offseason. I would caution, it’s a marathon not a sprint … The opening day roster is the end of our offseason. We are going to grind and try to find aggressive ways to improve the team.”
The market for second-tier type players began to move Saturday, so perhaps something is coming, although the Eagles have not announced any pending free-agent visits.