Eagles want Vinny Curry to restructure deal, could trade or release DE

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It was team chemistry that kept the Eagles together to win the Super Bowl, but it will be money that keeps them together next season. What this team was able to accomplish despite all of the injuries to numerous key players was truly awesome, and shows just how great of a job the Eagles did as an organization from a depth standpoint.

On the other hand, Curry should have plenty of interest if he hits the open market as a proven pass-rusher coming off a Super Bowl title.

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported the Eagles will try to restructure his deal, but could end up releasing or trading Curry. The Eagles now look like they'll be over the projected 2018 cap by roughly $9 million.

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Curry, a 2012 second round pick has spent six seasons with the Eagles, signed a 5 year $46 million deal in 2015. If both sides can't agree on a contract restructuring, he will likely be cut to clear cap space for the Eagles.

Even though nothing is official yet, it will be interesting to see where Curry ends up in 2018, whether it's back in Philadelphia or with a different team.

As expected, it won't be feasible for the Eagles to go into next season with Vinny Curry's contract as is. Unfortunately, Curry's play simply did not match up with his pay.