The Philadelphia Eagles are set to lose four key players this Monday, following their Super Bowl appearance just over a week ago.
The team has 18 players who will be on the open market, as well as one exclusive rights free agent who is thought to be keen on returning.
Running back Miles Sanders registered more than 1,000 rushing yards for the first time in his career during the 2022 season, with 1,269, and earned a Pro Bowl selection. But he could leave the team for a better contract.
Four of the aforementioned 18 saw their contracts voided on Monday and will become unrestricted free agents next month, with the Eagles creating $18.8 million in dead cap space, per Joel Corry of CBS Sports. James Bradberry, Kyzir White, T.J. Edwards, and Javon Hargrave are all set to move on this offseason after their Super Bowl disappointment last Sunday.
Bradberry, who will have to live with that fateful holding call, was signed to a $7.4 million deal last spring after getting released by the New York Giants. The cornerback proved his worth with an All-Pro campaign and will be looking for a significantly better deal. He is said to be open to returning to the Giants.
White, meanwhile, was on a one-year deal himself. The linebacker played a key role for Philadelphia but the team could be looking to hand Nakobe Dean increased playing time.
Edwards signed a one-year extension with the Eagles last season before leading the team in tackles, while Hargrave made $39 million on a three-year deal and had his best season where sacks are concerned with 11.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.