Brandon Graham to the Tennesee Titans
There’s still a shot that Brandon Graham returns to the Eagles based off of familiarity, but the veteran pass rusher made it clear that he was going to test the market. At Graham’s age, he recognizes that he can get a good deal, but wants to make sure that a chance at competing for a Super Bowl is attached. If the Eagles get outbid by a little, he may choose to stay. However, Graham is expected to be a hot commodity on the market this offseason.
"“Tennessee needs an established pass-rusher to chase Luck and Watson (and Foles?) in the AFC South. He might not be a big-number sack guy, but he’s earned “a top-15 pass-rush grade among qualifying edge defenders each of the last four seasons,” according to PFF. He could be just what the doctor ordered, even if on a four-year delay.”"
Ronald Darby to the Kansas City Chiefs
Ronald Darby had an interesting stretch with the Eagles, and unfortunately, injuries pretty much killed his value here in Philly. During the first season, Darby missed a good chunk of the year after he dislocated his ankle. And in his second year, Darby ended up tearing his ACL coming off of the bye week. Considering that Darby still seems to have a ton of interest in teams where he would fit the scheme, he shouldn’t have a problem getting himself a solid deal on the market.
"“The Chiefs defense desperately needs more balance and could use a top-notch outside cornerback to work next to slot specialist Kendall Fuller. Impending free-agent Ronald Darby fits that mold, has plenty of experience at age 25, might be the best corner on the market and would be a heck of a lot cheaper than Ford.”"