James Bradberry has commented on joining the Eagles

James Bradbury of the New York Giants watching the warm-up before the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey on September 14, 2020.
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The Philadelphia Eagles have won the James Bradbury Sweepstakes.

After his release from the New York Giants, a lot of teams were interested in acquiring him.

The Giants tried to find a trading partner for him but to no avail.

The teams have chosen the medium to fill their void through the 2022 NFL draft.

Similarly, its high cap count discourages teams that are saving cap space for their rookies.

But as the draft draws to a close and the teams prepare for the offseason workout, the Eagles sign Bradbury with another push.

The 28-year-old defensive back shared the reason for joining the squad with CBS Sports’ Josina Anderson.

Anderson tweeted, “Text from CB James Bradbury now why he chose to sign with #Eagles: ‘I believe this scheme is right for me.’ #New startups on #NFCEast. “

Bradberry will line up against Darius Slay in one of the NFL’s best cornerback tandem.

They are the only two cornerbacks who have deflated more than 15 interceptions and 80 passes since 2016.

These numbers indicate that the opposing team must endure a severe ordeal against the talented pair.

Similarly, he will join a defensive unit comprising Josh Sweat, Javan Hargrave, Kigger White, Hassan Reddick and Derek Barnett.

Rookies Jordan Davis and Nakobe Dean could also have an immediate impact.

Bradberry wants payback against the Giants

Of course, Bradberry is joining a unit that suits its capabilities.

But in the back of his mind, he wants the giants to apologize for releasing him.

These games will have a special mark on her calendar and she will play her best.

He should still be on the team, if not for Dave Gettleman’s pay cap mismanagement.

Therefore, Bradberry wants to pay his former team if they face him.

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