Now that DeSean Jackson has his long-term contract the Eagles have focused their attention on locking up LeSean McCoy to an extension.
The Eagles and the Pro Bowl running back have been in negotiations since the end of the season and could have a deal hammered out soon, according to an NFL source.
McCoy has one more year left on the four-year contract he signed when he was drafted in the second round of the 2009 draft. But the Eagles want to extend McCoy and avoid last season's debacle when Jackson held out from training camp and allowed his contract situation to become a distraction during the season.
If the Eagles don't get a deal done with McCoy they risk the possibility of the 23-year-old holding out. The team recently made an offer, the source said. Negotiations between Eagles general manager Howie Roseman and McCoy's agent, Drew Rosenhaus, have been ongoing, but heated up at the owners meetings in late February.