Larry Brown Sports "Trent Cole was drafted by the Eagles in 2005 and spent the last 10 seasons with the club. On Tuesday, his tenure in Philadelphia came to an end and the two-time Pro Bowler was none to happy about it. Cole was set to make $10 million the upcoming season and had a salary cap number near $12..." March 03
The #Eagles will be releasing Trent Cole after both sides could not agree on a revised contract, a league source confirmed.
LehighValleyLive.com "The Eagles are hopeful they will be bringing back outside linebacker Trent Cole next season. At the same time the team has been busy releasing veteran players the past two weeks, they have also been working on a new contract with Cole, a person close to the situation who requested anonymity has..." March 02
Pro Football Talk "Earlier this week, Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray had surgery on a broken bone in his hand after suffering the injury in Sunday night’s game against the Eagles. It turned out to be a popular sequence of events. Eagles linebacker Trent Cole also broke a bone in his hand in that game and..." December 17
CSN Philly "According to multiple sources, Eagles outside linebacker Trent Cole's season could be over after the veteran fractured his hand Sunday night against Dallas. Cole, the team's longest tenured defensive player, is weighing options and deciding whether or not to undergo surgery and hasn’t ruled out..." December 16
CSN Philly "Offensive linemen used to approach Trent Cole after games and complain about the 60 minutes of brutal trench warfare Cole had just put them through. Nowadays, Cole is just as apt to engage in a postgame chat with a tight end who was surprised to find himself matched up against the Eagles’..." October 26
Newark Star-Ledger "Somewhere in the past few weeks Billy Davis had an aha moment. He looked out onto the practice field and realized he's be just fine with Brandon Graham and Trent Cole as outside linebackers. Cole and Graham have spent their professional careers as hands-on-the-ground defensive ends. In the..." May 26
Newark Star-Ledger "There may be a logical reason Trent Cole went from his usual double-digit sacks to just 3.0 last season. He was injured. Pretty badly from what Cole described to reporters on Wednesday after the second day of Eagles voluntary minicamp. Cole claims he originally hurt his right wrist during the..." April 20