Hart played in just one game last season, recording two tackles while playing along the defensive line. Late in the season the Eagles coaching staff decided to try him out along the offensive line and they were impressed enough to keep him there in 2017. He'll work with the offense starting in spring practices and look to carve out a larger role with the team next season.
Mathews (back) rushed 155 times for 661 yards and eight touchdowns to go with 13 receptions (on 14 targets) for 115 yards and another score in 13 games played this season.
Mathews was the Eagles' best offensive weapon for much of this season, accounting for a career-best nine touchdowns on the campaign. Although underwhelming overall, his 661 rushing yards marked his most since 2013, and Mathews averaged at least 4.3 yards per carry for the fourth straight season. While that made him a productive fantasy commodity when healthy, injuries once again damaged his stock, as Mathews not only missed two games due to a knee ailment, but also ended the season on IR after suffering a herniated disk during Week 16. That back problem will require the 29-year-old Mathews' progress to be tracked this offseason, when he'll transition into his final year under contract with the Eagles.
Matthews missed a couple games due to an ankle problem, but he still comfortably led his fellow
Bonnet signed a reserve/future contract with the Eagles on Thursday.
Bonnet, a teammate of Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz at North Dakota State, went undrafted in 2016 and failed to hold onto a practice squad position in his first year. He'll look to forge a role as a special teams player and blocking full back with the Eagles in 2017.
Williams signed a future/reserve contract with the Eagles on Wednesday, Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Williams spent time with the Chargers last preseason but failed to make the 53-man roster. As he enters his second season in the league, he'll look to find his way onto the Eagles' depth chart.