James Bradberry, New York Giants
Philadelphia Eagles fans certainly wouldn’t miss James Bradberry.
The New York Giants might be a disaster of an organization, but they made a really smart move by signing James Bradberry last offseason. Bradberry was a standout corner during his four years with the Panthers, and the Giants looked like geniuses by bringing him in.
Of course, the Giants couldn’t have been happier with the production they got out of Bradberry last year. He finished the season with 54 tackles, 18 defended passes, three interceptions, and two forced fumbles through 15 starts. One of those three interceptions came against Philadelphia in Week 7, as a matter of fact.
Bradberry finished in the top five on PFF’s list of cornerback rankings and Ben Linsey, the author of the article, offered this analysis:
Bradberry was the fourth-most valuable cornerback in the league in 2020 per PFF WAR, with career-best coverage numbers across the board.
The former Samford Bulldog put up one of the better performances of any cornerback in the league against Allen Robinson II, allowing just one reception on six targets with three pass breakups and an interception in that Week 2 matchup.
Bradberry could make for two difficult games for rookie wide receiver DeVonta Smith. Eagles fans certainly wouldn’t miss him if he were to depart the division.