Looking at the other moves that have been made which include signing defensive tackle Haloti Ngata and trading for defensive end Michael Bennett, there is a good chance that Philadelphia's defense will be even better than previous year.
Nigel Bradham was a key contributor for the Philadelphia Eagles during their Super Bowl-winning season, and the franchise isn't letting the linebacker skip town. After the news broke Wednesday morning that Bradham had agreed to a five-year, $40 million deal with the Eagles, it's safe to say he's going to be worth every penny the organization is paying him.
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Signing Bradham could, however, spell the end for fellow linebacker Mychal Kendricks. He also forced a fumble on a lateral play that was picked up by defensive end Brandon Graham and returned for a victory-sealing touchdown in the division-clinching win at L.A. Rams in Week 14. He had a sack to go along with 11 tackles in the postseason. If the Eagles trade or release Kendricks before June 1, they will incur $3.2 million in dead cap for 2018 and save $4.4 million.
The Eagles won 13 games in 2017 and ultimately upset the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl last month. He has a $7.6 million cap hit for 2018.