Eagles who may be playing elsewhere in 2023 (but we hope they stay)

Fletcher Cox #91, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Tim Nwachukwu/Getty Images)
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Javon Hargrave, Philadelphia Eagles
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Scouting Report. Defensive tackle. Javon Hargrave. 97. Pick Analysis. . player. 54

Javon Hargrave and Gardner Minshew may leave the Eagles for better opportunities.

We mentioned Andre Dillard as someone the Eagles could shop for trades. Javon Hargrave and Gardner Minshew feel like they should be in that conversation as well.

There’s no guarantee that they won’t be back in 2023. There’s no guarantee that Philly will move on either. In Hargrave, his top selling point could be he’s coming off of a Pro Bowl season in 2021.

It’s possible he could walk next March in free agency, but knowing what we know about Howie Roseman, one must assume the Eagles’ vice president/general manager is looking to find some value.

Gardner Minshew. player. . Quarterback. 10. 54. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis

If the 2022-2023 NFL season hasn’t taught you anything else, you should be aware that great quarterback play can be hard to come by. Think about it. Aaron Rodgers, Russell Wilson, and Tom Brady are all headed to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and we’ve seen them struggle from time to time.

Teams can always use a quarterback, and we know that Gardner Minshew can win in this league. If he isn’t traded, he may want to explore free agency next March. By the looks of things, Philadelphia may have to find his replacement.