Source: Connor Barwin to meet with Los Angeles Rams

Source: Connor Barwin to meet with Los Angeles Rams

It looks like a reunion could be in store for former Eagles pass rusher Connor Barwin and one-time Texans defensive coordinator Wade Phillips.

Barwin, cut by the Eagles last week in a salary cap-saving move, is heading to Los Angeles to meet with the Rams, a league source confirmed to CSNPhilly.com's Dave Zangaro. The L.A. Times' Gary Klein first reported the visit.

Phillips, who was Barwin's defensive coordinator in 2011 and 2012 in Houston, is now the Rams' DC.

Barwin had just five sacks last season, his first under Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz. He made the switch from 3-4 outside linebacker to 4-3 defensive end and wasn't able to generate the same pass rush.

Prior to his 14.5-sack season with the Eagles in 2014, Barwin's previous career-high was 11.5 in 2011, his first season under Phillips.

The Rams are set to switch from a 4-3 to a 3-4 with Phillips, which would benefit Barwin if he agrees to a deal.

Had Barwin returned to the Eagles in 2017, he would have come with a cap hit of $8.35 million. By releasing him, the Eagles saved $7.75 million in cap space.

NFL Notes: Bears sign Mark Sanchez to 1-year deal

NFL Notes: Bears sign Mark Sanchez to 1-year deal

LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- The Chicago Bears have signed quarterback Mark Sanchez, who is expected to back up Mike Glennon next season.

The Bears announced the one-year contract Friday. Chicago is coming off a season in which it went 3-13 and finished last in the NFC North.

The Bears cut quarterback Jay Cutler this month after eight seasons and the next day signed Glennon of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a three-year deal.

Sanchez played in two games last season with the Dallas Cowboys, throwing for 93 yards on 10 of 18 attempts. He spent five of his eight seasons in the NFL with the New York Jets before going to the Philadelphia Eagles.

The former Southern California star has appeared in six playoff games. He was selected fifth overall in the 2009 draft.

Redskins: WR Brian Quick signs
WASHINGTON -- The Washington Redskins have signed former Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Brian Quick.

The team announced the deal Friday morning after agent Patrick Dye posted a photo of Quick signing his contract on SportsTrust Advisors' verified Twitter account.

The signing adds depth to the Redskins' receiving corps after they lost DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon in free agency.

Quick, 27, is 6-foot-5 and gives Washington another tall option along with recently signed receiver Terrelle Pryor. Quick had 41 catches for 564 yards and three touchdowns last season with the Rams.

The 33rd pick in the 2012 draft, Quick has 105 catches for 1,499 yards and 10 touchdowns in 67 games over five seasons with the Rams. He missed part of the 2014 season with a shoulder injury.

Panthers: Jonathan Stewart signs extension
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The Panthers have signed veteran running back Jonathan Stewart to a one-year contract extension, keeping him with the team through the 2018 season.

Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed Friday.

Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman says the 30-year-old Stewart "is still playing at a very high level."

Stewart played in 13 games last season for Carolina and ran for 824 yards with nine touchdowns. He averaged 3.8 yards per carry.

Gettleman isn't worried about Stewart's durability, even though the team's former first-round draft pick has not played in a full 16-game season since 2011 and has missed 24 games the past five seasons with injuries.

Stewart, entering his 10th season, is Carolina's second all-time leading rusher with 6,638 yards and has scored 45 touchdowns rushing and six receivin

Colts: release veteran DT Arthur Jones
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indianapolis Colts released defensive tackle Arthur Jones on Friday.

A six-year veteran, Jones was scheduled to cost the team $7.35 million next season. Indianapolis will save $5 million under the salary cap with the move.

Jones did his best work while with Baltimore from 2010-14. He then signed a five-year contract for a total value of $33 million with the Colts, but struggled in Indy. He appeared in 17 games and managed only 1 1-2 sacks and 53 tackles for the Colts.

He was plagued by a series of injuries and also served a four-game suspension for violating the NFL policy on performance enhancers.

Jones, 30, did not play in 2015 because of an ankle injury. He played in eight games last season, with 15 tackles.

Eagles submit a proposal that could bring back Kelly green

Eagles submit a proposal that could bring back Kelly green

Forget Alshon Jeffery. Forget Torrey Smith. Forget whomever they take with the 14th pick. 

The Eagles' biggest pickup this season could be bringing back Kelly green uniforms. 

The Eagles are proposing a new resolution to the NFL's on-field policy that would allow teams to wear alternate helmets "in a color to match their third uniform." 

The proposal -- along with the four game rule proposals submitted by the Eagles (see story) -- will be decided on next week in Phoenix at the annual league meetings. 

For now, teams are allowed to wear only their primary helmets with their third uniforms. Alternate helmets are not allowed. This resolution would strike that language from the on-field policy. 

The Eagles have been wearing black as their alternate jersey color with their midnight green helmets. If this passes, they could go to wearing black helmets with those black jerseys. So maybe we're jumping the gun. And, really, this is all speculation. 

Or ... maybe they could finally bring back the Kelly green fans have been eagerly awaiting. 

The Eagles last wore Kelly green in 2010 against the Packers as a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the NFL championship.