Brandon Brooks


Brandon Brooks, Javon Hargrave highlight the pros of free agency

In their own very particular way, offensive guard Brandon Brooks and defensive tackle Javon Hargrave are case studies for what NFL free agency is all about and are, stepping back and seeing the big picture, exactly what the Eagles would love to add to the 2022 roster when that portion of the offseason opens on March 16.

Eagles legend Jason Kelce offers emotional sendoff to Brandon Brooks

It’s one thing to cheer for someone. It’s something else to go to battle with someone over and over again on a game-in and game-out basis. Jason Kelce lined up to anchor the Philadelphia Eagles offensive line with Brandon Brooks to his right in 64 regular-season games (and another five that were played during the postseason). Think about that for a second.

Eagles’ Brandon Brooks to Retire After 10 NFL Seasons

The Eagles already were preparing for life without Brandon Brooks, now it has become a reality. Brooks, who spent the past six seasons playing right guard for Philadelphia, announced he is retiring after 10 years in the NFL. “Its something I wrestled with since last offseason,” Brandon Brooks told the...
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Eagles 3-time Pro Bowl guard Brandon Brooks retires

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — With great reluctance and more than a few tears, Philadelphia Eagles right guard Brandon Brooks announced his retirement Wednesday after 10 seasons in the NFL. The 32-year-old Brooks, a three-time Pro Bowl pick, became one of the NFL’s best guards after the Eagles signed him in...
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Brandon Brooks made sure his legacy went far beyond the football field

Brandon Brooks didn’t intend to become a spokesman for mental health issues. He was just trying to be honest and share his story. The rest came naturally. And he's grateful that it did. A huge part of Brooks’ legacy is his transparency with mental health, dating back to 2016,...

Eagles Pro Bowl guard Brandon Brooks retires from NFL after slew of injuries

Jan. 26 (UPI) -- Philadelphia Eagles Pro Bowl offensive lineman Brandon Brooks announced his retirement Wednesday after a decade in the NFL. The 32-year-old Brooks has been impacted greatly by injuries in recent years. The veteran right guard tore his right Achilles tendon in a 2018 playoff loss to the New Orleans Saints, but he recovered quickly enough to play every game in 2019.

A Personal Recollection of Brandon Brooks

The Eagles were presented with an immediate task upon the arrival of Doug Pederson back in 2016 - to improve the interior of their offensive line. After shuffling through journeymen linemen such as Allen Barbre, Matt Tobin, and Andrew Gardner, the Eagles returned to their roots of investing in the trenches.