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James Bradberry not happy with how his Giants release went down

James Bradberry couldn’t help but laugh. The cap-strained Giants released Bradberry two weeks ago after failing to work out a trade, and last week he landed with the rival Eagles. The 28-year-old corner was asked Tuesday how he felt about the timing of being cut after the NFL draft, and he chuckled as he began his answer as he clearly wasn’t pleased with how his release went down. “First of all, I understand it’s a business. I was putting my business cap on first and understanding that I’m an asset. So I understand that they want something for me, so that was...
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Eagles star Darius Slay says he, James Bradberry have ‘huge shoes to fill’

As the march towards the summer’s Eagles training camp continues, it’s hard to stop talking about how good the Philadelphia Eagles look on paper and how good they can be going forward. Last season’s surprise playoff run was punctuated by five Birds making the Pro Bowl roster: Jason Kelce, Darius Slay, Javon Hargrave, Josh Sweat, and Jake Elliott. They’ll all be back for the upcoming season.

Eagles star James Bradberry addresses rumors of animosity towards Giants

By now, you’ve probably learned that, when it comes to these NFL stars or any other professional athlete, any question about what it will be like to lock horns with former teammates and coaches will normally be answered generically with phrases like ‘it’s just another game’ or ‘this game is between the Philadelphia Eagles and the New York Giants, not any particular player versus any particular team’. Take James Bradberry for instance.

Game-by-game Eagles predictions following the James Bradberry addition

Following their newest addition, the Eagles’ schedule became a little bit easier. No one should be surprised that, since the Philadelphia Eagles‘ schedule was released on May 12th, everyone has expressed their opinions on what their win-loss record will look be at the end of the 2022-2023 regular season. Every schedule has its quirks, but many are worried about the three-game stretch when the Eagles face the Indianapolis Colts, Green Bay Packers, and Tennessee Titans, all consecutively.

Is Darius Slay the biggest winner of the James Bradberry signing?

When James Bradberry signed with the Philadelphia Eagles last week, it signaled a turning point for both the front office and roster. It turned the Eagles from a good to great team on paper. While most players on the defense will be impacted by the former Pro-Bowler’s talent and production, there is one name that stands to get the most out of a signing like this – Darius Slay.

James Bradberry: 'The goal is to be great together'

They are in the early stages here, feeling out what the players can do and staying open-minded with the X's and O's of the defense, so neither new Eagles cornerback James Bradberry nor Defensive Coordinator Jonathan Gannon is making any predictions or looking ahead. Just believe that Bradberry is glad to be in Philadelphia and that Gannon is "excited" that Bradberry is here and the daily work is in progress.

Press Conference: James Bradberry | May 24, 2022

New Eagles cornerback James Bradberry talks in his first press conference with the media. Bradberry reveals his hopes for the season, his thoughts on fellow cornerback Big Play Slay, the rest of the defensive line, and his mentality for the 2022 NFL season.

James Bradberry Reveals Why He Signed With The Eagles

New York Giants general manager Joe Schoen did everything he could to find a trade partner that would take on new Philadelphia Eagles cornerback James Bradberry. But, every franchise around the league knew the situation that the Giants were in with their salary cap, so no one was willing to part ways with a draft pick. That is most likely because they knew Bradberry would eventually have to be released so that New York had the cap space to sign their draft class.

Eagles depth chart projections following the James Bradberry addition

While there are still a few holes on the roster to fill, the Eagles satisfied a major need with the addition of James Bradberry. When the New York Giants officially released cornerback James Bradberry IV, the immediate impact he’d have on the Philadelphia Eagles was obvious. Sure, there was some doubt about whether vice president/general manager Howie Roseman would continue his stellar offseason by pulling off an acquisition of the former Pro Bowler (2020). Still, a week after Bradberry’s release, the Birds picked him up on a one-year deal, adding talent to a secondary that desperately needed it.