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  • Eagles' Terrell Edmunds: Inks deal with Eagles

    Edmunds signed a one-year contract with the Eagles on Friday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Edmunds is now in line to replace C.J. Gardner-Johnson -- who signed with the Lions on Sunday, as Philadephia's starting strong safety for at least the 2023 campaign. The 26-year-old served as a starter in Pittsburgh since entering the league in 2018, and he most recently amassed 70 tackles, five passes defensed https://www.thelines.com/odds/nba/#p32cf.NikolaJokic and two sacks across 15 games played this past season.
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  • Lions' C.J. Gardner-Johnson: Joining Detroit

    Gardner-Johnson agreed to terms with the Lions on Sunday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Gardner-Johnson spent the first three years of his career in New Orleans before joining the Eagles last year. He logged 67 tackles (61 solo), including one sack, along with six interceptions and eight pass defenses over 12 games with Philadelphia, and he'll take on a prominent role in the Lions secondary in 2023.
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  • Eagles' Darius Slay: Sticking in Philadelphia

    The Eagles and Slay reached an agreement on a two-year extension Thursday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. In the lead up to the new league year, Slay's representatives were granted permission to pursue a trade for the 10-year pro. By Wednesday, there was an expectation that the Eagles would release Slay, but the two sides decided to talk, and now the cornerback is slated to stay with the franchise through the 2025 campaign. Over the course of three seasons in Philadelphia, Slay has racked up between 50 and 60 tackles each year while compiling seven interceptions and two fumble recoveries in 48 games.
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  • Darius Slay: Staying put after all

    Slay and the Eagles agreed Wednesday to a restructured contract, Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. The Eagles were expected to release Slay on Wednesday, but the team and player were instead able to come to an agreement on a reworked deal, which will help clear cap space for Philadelphia in 2023. Slay confirmed that he's staying in Philadelphia via a post on his personal Twitter account.
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  • Eagles' Fletcher Cox: Back in Philly on one-year deal

    Cox came to terms Wednesday with the Eagles on a one-year, $10 million contract, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Cox has spent his entire 11-year career with the Eagles and will be back for a 12th in 2023. Still effective at 32 years old, Cox registered seven sacks for the NFC champions last season while playing 65 percent of the defensive snaps.
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  • Eagles' Darius Slay: Set for release

    The Eagles are slated to release Slay at the official start of the new league year Wednesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Slay posted a goodbye note to Philadelphia on his personal Twitter account Wednesday, confirming reports of his impending release. Per Schefter, the Eagles attempted to work out a restructured contract with the star cornerback but were unable to come to an agreement by Wednesday's effective deadline. The 32-year-old will immediately become the top cornerback available on the open market, so he should have no shortage of suitors.
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  • Eagles' James Bradberry: Stays in Philadelphia

    Bradberry and the Eagles agreed Tuesday on a three-year, $38 million deal that includes $20 million fully guaranteed, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Bradberry played 1,041 snaps last year, which was the fifth straight year in which he's played at least 990 snaps. Last year, he was credited with 17 passes defensed, and he's posted 17 or 18 in each of the last three seasons. He also has intercepted at least three passes in every year since 2019. He was a critical component of the Eagles defense as part of an excellent cornerback duo with Darius Slay. Heading into his age-30 season, Bradberry hasn't shown noticeable signs of decline and should remain a top cornerback in 2023.
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  • Cardinals' Kyzir White: Lands in Arizona

    The Cardinals and White agreed Tuesday to terms on a contract, Bo Brack of GoPHNX.com reports. White is coming off back-to-back 100-tackle campaigns, one with the Chargers in 2021 and another with the reigning NFC champion Eagles last year. He also totaled 2.5 sacks, two interceptions and two forced fumbles in 34 regular-season games during that stretch. With the Cardinals, White should continue to earn regular snaps at inside linebacker alongside Zaven Collins (calf), as Isaiah Simmons' versatility bounces him around the formation.
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  • Raiders' Marcus Epps: Heading to Las Vegas

    Epps is expected to sign a two-year, $12 million deal with the Raiders, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Epps started every game last year for the Eagles, and he had a career-high 94 tackles. He's expected to assume starting duties at strong safety for Las Vegas, where he should be in position to post a high tackle total. In IDP leagues, expect him to continue operating as a high-floor lineup option.
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  • 49ers' Javon Hargrave: Signing with Niners

    Hargrave and the 49ers reached an agreement Monday on a four-year, $84 million contract that includes $40 million guaranteed at signing, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Hargrave cashes in with a big contract for the second time in his career after piling up 161 tackles and 23 sacks in 48 regular-season appearances for Philadelphia the past three years. Once known primarily as a run-stuffer, Hargrave has become one of the top interior pass rushers in the NFL and now will be paid accordingly by a team that looks to have the best defensive line in the league.
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  • Bears' T.J. Edwards: Joining Chicago

    Edwards is set to sign a three-year contract with the Bears, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. An undrafted free agent in 2019, the Wisconsin product caught on with Philadelphia and made at least 12 starts each of the past three seasons, including all 17 games in 2022 en route to a career-high 159 tackles. A native of the Chicago area, Edwards mostly played middle linebacker for the Eagles but could slide over to the weak side for the Bears if they want to keep Jack Sanborn (ankle) in the middle after his solid showing as a rookie in 2022. Edwards' contract reportedly is for $19.5 million over three years, including $12 million in guarantees.
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  • Eagles' Brandon Graham: Will stay in Philadelphia

    The Eagles agreed to a one-year, $6 million deal with Graham on Friday, Tim McManus of ESPN.com reports. Graham posted his first double-digit sack campaign in 2022 and tied Javon Hargrave and Josh Sweat for second on the team behind Haason Reddick (16). The 2010 first-round pick likely could've landed a more lucrative deal elsewhere, but he's opted to stick in Philadelphia for a 14th consecutive season. "It wasn't even about no money," Graham said. "It was more about wanting to be an Eagle as long as I could still play at a high level, and of course I still have a sour taste in my mouth on how things ended this last year." Graham is second in Eagles history in regular-season appearances (178) and could pass David Akers (188) during the 2023 campaign.
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  • Eagles' Darius Slay: Could be heading elsewhere?

    Darius Slay's agent, Drew Rosenhaus, has been granted permission by the Eagles to seek a trade for the five-time Pro-Bowler, Dianna Russini of ESPN reports. Slay is currently heading into the final year of his three-year, $50 million contract, and the hope for Philadelphia is that he'll remain with the team for at least one more campaign. The 32-year-old cornerback was certainly one of the top players at his position during last season's Super Bowl run with the Eagles, as he played in all 20 games and registered 67 tackles, 15 passes defensed and three interceptions in that span. Slay is in line to make a base salary of $17 million in 2023 with a cap hit of over $26 million, per Tim McManus of ESPN. Both parties have mutual interests when it comes to the veteran remaining with the team, but it's ultimately going to come down to whether or not they can agree on an extension.
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  • Eagles' Reed Blankenship: Steps up in 2022

    Blankenship appeared in 10 regular-season contests in 2022 and posted 34 tackles, two pass defenses and one interception across 284 defensive snaps. The undrafted rookie out of Middle Tennessee wasn't part of the Eagles' active roster to start the season, but he eventually carved out a special-teams role and ultimately became a major part of the secondary when C.J. Gardner-Johnson and Avonte Maddox missed time with injuries. Most of Blankenship's regular-season production came during the final six games and started with an interception of Green Bay's Aaron Rodgers during his first extended playing time in Week 12. Blankenship also garnered a major defensive role during the divisional round and NFC Championship Game, totaling 11 tackles and one pass breakup between those contests. Maddox is under contract for two more years, but Johnson is set to become a free agent, so Blankenship may have a clear path to a starting role if Johnson opts to sign elsewhere.
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  • Eagles' Nakobe Dean: Non-factor as rookie

    Dean appeared in all 17 of the Eagles' regular-season contests and posted 13 tackles across 670 total snaps (33 on defense). The third-round pick out of Georgia operated mostly as a special-teams contributor during his first NFL campaign. If T.J. Edwards opts to leave in free agency this summer, Dean could step into a starting role at linebacker in Year 2. However, if Edwards re-signs, Dean may once again be on the outside looking in for regular snaps on defense.
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  • Eagles' Jordan Davis: Fills rotational role as rookie

    Davis appeared in 13 regular-season games during the 2022 campaign and recorded 18 tackles and one pass breakups across 216 defensive snaps. The rookie first-round pick missed a four-game stretch due to an ankle injury during the middle of the campaign, but when available, he played a solid rotational role along Philadelphia's stout defensive line. His lack of production was a bit concerning, but he remains a high-upside player and should garner plenty of opportunities in Year 2.
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  • Eagles' Avonte Maddox: Battles injuries in 2022

    Maddox appeared in nine regular-season games and recorded 43 tackles, three pass breakups, three forced fumbles, one sack, one interception and one fumble recovery across 439 defensive snaps. Maddox missed multiple games in a row on three separate occasions during the campaign due to a trio of injuries, but when available, he was a force for Philadelphia's stout defense. After missing the divisional-round win over the Giants, the fifth-year cornerback returned to action for the NFL Championship Game and Super Bowl, totaling 10 tackles between those two games. He signed a three-year extension with the Eagles in 2021, so he's still under contract for two more seasons and should remain a prominent part of the secondary as long as he stays healthy.
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  • Eagles' Fletcher Cox: Plays every game in 2022

    Cox played all 17 regular-season games in 2022 and posted 43 tackles, seven sacks, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery across 690 defensive snaps. The 11-year defensive tackle was a consistent part of the Eagles' elite pass rush and posted his most sacks since 2018, when he recorded a career-high 10.5. He added another sack of the Giants' Daniel Jones in the Eagles' divisional-round win, but he recorded just two total tackles in the team's other two playoff contests. Cox was playing on an expiring contract in 2022, but given he's never played for another team, a return to Philadelphia could be in the cards as he heads into his age-32 season.
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  • Eagles' James Bradberry: Excels in Philadelphia

    Bradberry appeared in all 17 regular-season contests in 2022 and posted 44 tackles, 17 pass defenses, three interceptions and one defensive touchdown. Bradberry was released by the Giants and joined their division rival last offseason. It was business as usual for the veteran defensive back, as he notched his fourth straight campaign with at least three picks and recorded his first career defensive touchdown. He signed a one-year, $10 million deal with Philadelphia, so he's headed toward free agency this spring, though the Eagles would presumably be very interested in a reunion.
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  • Eagles' Brandon Graham: First double-digit sack campaign

    Graham appeared in all 17 regular-season games in 2022 and posted 35 tackles, 11 sacks, two forced fumbles and one pass defense across 456 defensive snaps. The veteran defensive end bounced back from a lost season in 2021 due to injuries and notched his first career double-digit sack campaign. He tied Javon Hargrave and Josh Sweat for second on the team behind Haason Reddick (16), as the Eagles boasted one of the best pass rushes in recent history. Graham kept up his strong play in the team's divisional-round win over the Giants by recording a sack, but he was quiet the rest of the postseason. He's set for free agency this offseason and should garner plenty of attention from around the league after his standout play in 2022.
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