The Eagles' first moves on Tuesday was re-signing punter Donnie Jones and releasing safety Patrick Chung.
Jones, 33, signed a three-year deal worth $6 million, according to a league source. Jones set Eagles single-season records with a 40.3-yard average on net punts and 33 punts downed inside the 20-yard line. The move was expected, as he needed to wait until the new league year to sign a deal for than the veteran minumum.
Chung, 26, signed with the Eagles on the first day of free agency last season, but he struggled as a starter. He started 10 games in an injury-riddled season and finished with 59 tackles. Chung was due $3.25 million this season, so the move was expected.