NFL.com "The Philadelphia Eagles announced they released linebacker DeMeco Ryans on Wednesday. The move isn't a surprise given Ryans' age, injury history, salary and the Eagles' move to a 4-3 defense. The move will save Philly $3.5 million in salary-cap space with $1 million in dead money. A..." February 24
Philly.com "BE HONEST. When DeMeco Ryans tore the Achilles' tendon in his right foot last November at NRG Stadium in Houston, you thought there was a very good chance he had played his last down as an Eagle, maybe his last down for anyone. I confess I did, and I've been covering professional football for 32..." August 04
DeMeco Ryans said his rehab from Achilles surgery is "going great" and said he will "definitely be back for the start of training camp."
CSN Philly "The Eagles clearly believe DeMeco Ryans will make a successful return from his second Achilles rupture and be able to start this season. On Monday, the team announced a one-year extension for the veteran inside linebacker who probably won’t be medically cleared for practice until training camp..." March 30
CSN Philly "The Eagles sure have a lot of question marks at linebacker moving forward. Will they re-sign Brandon Graham? Will they be able to work out pay cut with Trent Cole? What are their plans for injured veteran DeMeco Ryans? Head coach Chip Kelly may have given at least a partial answer Monday, when..." December 31
Philly.com "Looking for leadership and production at linebacker, the Eagles acquired DeMeco Ryans from the Houston Texans in March 2012. There was a dose of skepticism about the deal, even though Ryans had been to two Pro Bowls before he suffered a ruptured Achilles tendon in 2010. Contending teams don't..." November 14