• The Eagles have reportedly signed James Bradberry to a one-year, $10 million deal
  • Bradberry will be pivotal in the Eagles' quest to regain the NFC East title
  • The 2020 Pro Bowler will be given a chance to redeem himself with the Eagles

James Bradberry will be moving to the Philadelphia Eagles next season following reports that the 28-year-old has agreed to a one-year deal.

According to NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport, Bradberry inked a one-year pact worth $10 million.

He was released by the New York Giants last May 9 due to salary cap concerns and was originally set to make $21.86 million for 2022.

Despite his contributions, Bradberry was one of the players that needed to be let go. The cornerback was a vital part of the Giants’ defense in the last two seasons.

New York was hoping to get something in return for Bradberry. Unfortunately, no other NFL team bit and instead opted to wait for the Giants to release him that would be financially wiser.

Bradberry is considered a player who could start for any NFL team. That could be the case with the Eagles, but this still depends on head coach Nick Sirianni.

The 2020 Pro Bowler started his NFL career with the Carolina Panthers in 2016.

He was selected 62nd by the Panthers and signed a four-year deal worth $3.69 million.

Bradberry becomes the latest addition this NFL offseason for the Eagles.

Before he was picked up, Eagles general manager Howie Roseman also recruited linebacker Haason Reddick via free agency and closed a blockbuster deal to bring in A.J. Brown from the Tennessee Titans.

Bradberry will join Jordan Davis and Nakobe Dean on the defensive end, hopefully enough to help the Eagles in their quest to regain the NFC East title anew.

He will be in for a fresh start after proving himself as a top cornerback since he suited up for the Panthers.

James Bradberry #24 of the New York Giants
James Bradberry #24 of the New York Giants Getty Images | Harry How