The Philadelphia Eagles have reached contract terms with Houston Texans free agent tight end-fullback James Casey, a great payday for a story of perseverance from the Azle High School grad. The Houston Chronicle's John McClain and other outlets report his deal is three years, $14.5 million.
Via Pro Football Talk and agent Jordan Woy's tweet, the Eagles also have added former TCU linebacker Jason Phillips, who had been with the Carolina Panthers.
And Philly's haul on the first day of free agency includes safety Patrick Chung, who leaves the New England Patriots.
It's not the Philly Dream Team but may turn out better. The Eagles today released one of the unfortunately dubbed 2011 Dream Team signees' class when cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha was cut.
-- Vince Langford