The Philadelphia Eagles have cut veteran OLB Nigel Bradham. The outside linebacker played in 12 of 16 regular season games in 2019.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter broke the news on Tuesday afternoon on his Twitter account.
Eagles are releasing veteran LB Nigel Bradham, who was just informed of Philadelphia’s decision, per source.
Another notable cut, with more ahead in next month.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 18, 2020
Bradham has played for only two teams in his eight year career. He spent his first four seasons with the Buffalo Bills and has played for the Philadelphia Eagles since 2016. He also won the Super Bowl with the Eagles his first year in Philadelphia.
In the 12 games (and 12 starts) Bradham played in 2019, he picked up one interception, one fumble recovery and 61 combined tackles. He would also have one touchdown on the season, coming off of the fumble recovery.
Philadelphia cut him for roster-shaping reasons. He is now available to be picked up by another team.
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