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According to Jeff McLane, the Eagles are expected to turn down the fifth-year option that is on the table for offensive tackle Andre Dillard for the 2023 season.

It shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that the Eagles have decided to forego the fifth-year option, seeing as how it was estimated to cost the team around $12,604,000 for the 2023 season with all of the guarantees included.

Dillard has had a hard time living up to the standards that were set for him, and he has reportedly been available for trade for the past few years.

In the 2019 draft, the Eagles selected Dillard, who is 27 years old and from Washington State, in the first round. He is currently in the fourth and final year of the $12.371 million rookie contract that he signed with Philadelphia.

In 2023, Dillard will be eligible to sign a free-agent contract without any restrictions.

During the 2021 season, Dillard played for the Eagles in a total of 15 games and started five of them at left tackle.

Dillard started all four games at left tackle from weeks 3 through 6 because Lane Johnson was out with an injury. During that time, Mailata moved over to the right tackle position because Dillard was starting at left tackle.

Andre Dillard Contract

Andre Dillard completed a four-year, $12,370,584 contract with the Philadelphia Eagles that includes a $7,016,788 signing bonus and a $12,370,584 signing bonus that is fully guaranteed.

Andre Dillard Salary

Andre Dillard has an annual salary of $3,092,644 on average. Dillard will make a base salary of $2,181,898 in 2022, with a cap hit of $3,936,095 and a dead cap value of $3,936,095.

Andre Dillard Net Worth

Andre Dillard has made over $10 million in salary over the past three seasons. The OT is currently worth $5 million dollars