Cornerback James Bradberry is signing a huge deal with the team he helped take to Super Bowl LVII. The Philadelphia Eagles are signing Bradberry to a three-year contract worth $38 million, with $6 million in incentives.
The NFL’s official Twitter account tweeted about the news, which was broken by Tom Pelissero.
Bradberry began his career in 2016, when he became a second round pick by the Carolina Panthers. He played there for four seasons before being scooped up by the Giants for two years, then joining their division rivals in 2022.
In a contract year, Bradberry played and started in all 17 games, collecting three interceptions, one defensive touchdown and 44 combined tackles. For his efforts, he was named to the Second Team All-Pro, which was his first notable accolade since making the Pro Bowl in 2020.
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