Ex-New York Giants’ CB James Bradberry signs a one-year contract with the Philadelphia Eagles

Former New York Giantscornerback James BradberryThe has signed a one-year contract Philadelphia EaglesWednesday, the team announced.

Although the terms of the contract were not disclosed, a source informed ESPN's Adam Schefter they believed that Bradberry's contract was worth $10 million.

Schefter reported that Bradberry had initially approached 11 teams when he was released last week by the Giants. After being released last week by the Giants, Bradberry received 11 teams' offers. His agents eventually narrowed it down to three and he ultimately selected the Eagles.

After failing to find a trading partner for Bradberry, the Giants released Bradberry May 9

The Giants' move was more about the money and less about the player. Bradberry, 28 years old, was expected to make $13.5million this season. This would have been $21.9 million according to the Giants' cap.

Bradberry was among the Giants' five Pro Bowlers. He was their top cornerback in the last season. In 2020, he made the Pro Bowl with a record-setting 79.8 Pro Football Focus score. He's been in at least the 60s every year throughout his career.

He had four interceptions in his career and also recovered a pair fumbles during the last season.

Bradberry spent the first 4 years of his career working for the Carolina PanthersIn his six NFL seasons, he has accumulated 15 interceptions and 82 passes defensed.

Jordan Raanan from ESPN contributed to this report.

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