Kamalei Correa can play, but if you’re an Eagles fan, you’d have to ask yourself where he’d be used if they were to add him to the roster. He’s spent most of his time in a 3-4 defensive scheme, but he has played both inside and outside in that scheme with success.
You’d have to imagine that he’d be able to figure out what he should be doing in Jim Schwartz‘s scheme.
He’s young (26), and if some team can score him and do so cheaply, they may have one of the steals of the offseason.
What happened to this guy? When Clay Matthews‘ career began, it seemed as though he was on a collision course with the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Now, in his mid-thirties, he’s a guy who was lucky to get another chance after a horrific run in 2018.
The Los Angeles Rams gave him a shot in 2019, and under Wade Phillips, he looked like the Clay Matthews of old at times, tallying eight sacks in 13 games. He can benefit some team that takes a chance on him. Just don’t be surprised if that team is only able to use him situationally.