Ranking underrated, sub-30 free agents Eagles should still consider

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Daryl Williams, guard/tackle. 4. player. 54. . .

Bryce Callahan and Daryl Williams could be great depth pieces for the Eagles.

Daryl Williams is someone who is capable of providing something the Eagles have always loved seeing from their offensive linemen, the versatility to play multiple positions along the offensive front.

This six-foot-six, 330-pound monster would do the Eagles’ running game a ton of favors. He earned a Second-Team All-Pro in 2017, so the ability is there. Under the tutelage of Jeff Stoutland, there’s no reason to believe that this young man can’t reach some new highs in the midnight green.

. . Bryce Callahan, cornerback. 3. player. 54.

It seems like, every season, we talk about how stacked the Denver Broncos are on defense, particularly at cornerback. That always leads us to conversations about how good this team could be if they ever found some punch on the offensive side of the ball.

Like every other NFL franchise, the Broncos have acquired new talent while saying goodbye to some of their young guns. Perhaps their decision to move on from Bryce Callahan could, at some point down the road, lead to some new beginnings in the City of Brotherly Love.

His best fit is as a backup slot corner to Avonte Maddox, which doesn’t make him a priority signing, but we know that you can never have too many game-ready cover guys in a league where premiums are placed on stopping the other team’s passing game.