NFL analyst shares how Eagles have nothing to lose with James Bradbury

James Bradbury of the New York Giants prepares to play # 24 against the Los Angeles Rams on October 4, 2020 at Sophie Stadium in Inglewood, California.
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The Philadelphia Eagles are going all out for the 2022 NFL season.

They want to complete the transition from a marginal playoff team to a legitimate competitor.

Their aggressive offseason and tough draft are proof of their goal of becoming one of the best in the NFC.

Rookies Jordan Davis, Cam Jurgens and Nakobe Dean could have a big impact on the Eagles for next year.

Similarly, trading for AJ Brown upgrades their extensive receiver depth charts that DeVonta Smith and Quez Watkins already have.

The Eagles also acquired Hassan Reddick last season to improve their passing crowd after ranking 31st in that division with 29 sacks.

Eventually, they took another push by acquiring James Bradbury on a one-year, $ 10 million contract.

It’s a small price to pay for a Pro Bowl cornerback, but there will be huge benefits to making it work.

Darius gives a strong cornerback tandem to the Eagles lined up opposite Slay.

These two defensive backs have deflated more than 15 interceptions and more than 80 passes since 2016.

But if their plan fails, the Eagles will still get something from Bradbury.

NBC Sports’ Warren Sharp has already mentioned that the New York Giants have more money than their highest earnings with the Bradberry Eagles.

However, he also reminded that Philadelphia will get a compensation pick if Bradbury leaves after the 2022 season.

Benefit in any way

General Manager Howie Roseman has done an efficient job navigating their list and their draft capital.

He has built a tough team through offseason signing and tough draft picking.

He also received additional selections in a round of next year’s draft for trade with the New Orleans Saints.

Once Bradberry is gone, they will have an additional pick that they can use to draft a replacement.

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