PHILADELPHIA — The Philadelphia Eagles have re-signed free agent offensive lineman Stefon Wisniewski to a one-year contract.
Wisniewski announced his return to Philadelphia in a tweet Monday morning.
The 30-year-old Wisniewski started 24 regular-season and three playoff games for the Eagles. He lost his starting job to Isaac Seumalo last season, but saw plenty of snaps as a reserve at all three interior line positions. The Eagles declined his option in the offseason to create salary cap space, but brought him back after he did not find a home elsewhere.
Wisniewski will add depth at guard and center.