according to Jerry Crasnick, the Phillies and Jimmy Rollins have finally agreed on a contract that will keep the shortstop in Philadelphia for the next few years. The money involved in the contract isn't known at this time but it is believed to be a 3 year deal with an option for a 4th year. UPDATE: Contract is worth 33 million over 3 years. Not a bad value!
Given that neither the Phillies or Rollins had many other options, it was only a matter of time before a deal was reached. Rollins should be a near-elite shortstop for the life of the contract so the Phillies did well to keep him in Philly.
Now that the shortstop position has been filled, what's next for the Phillies this offseason? Will they bring in another outfielder? Could they add another piece to the bullpen? The roster seems pretty set at this point but I wouldn't be surprised at one more signing in the coming days.