Sources: Darius Slay is staying with the Eagles after reaching agreement on a 2-year contract extension

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The Philadelphia Inquirer

After 48 hours hanging in the balance, Darius Slay is officially staying with the Eagles. After the team nearly released the Pro Bowl cornerback just a day earlier, the two sides came to an agreement Thursday evening on an extension that runs through 2025, according to league sources. Slay’s new deal is worth up to $42 million and guarantees $23 million to the 32-year-old at signing, according to a source. The new contract should give the Eagles some immediate cap relief while giving Slay a long-term deal. On Wednesday morning, Slay was destined to be cut once the new league year opened at 4 p…

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