Brent Celek won't be satisfied with just winning a Super Bowl with the Philadelphia Eagles. He plans to keep playing football, not walk off into the sunset with a Super Bowl championship. Per Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer, Celek has no plans to retire and will play in 2018. The Eagles would save $4 million in cap space if they release Celek (set to make $5 million in 2018, the final year of his deal). The Eagles will likely restructure Celek's deal so he can remain with the team for a 12th season, especially after they are expected to lose Trey Burton in free agency.