Kyzir White and Robert Quinn were band-aids for the Eagles’ defense not long-term options.
The 2022-2023 Eagles season was an up-and-down affair for Kyzir White. There were some good moments and bad ones, but he gave it his all. Let’s be frank. When we’re talking about someone who isn’t elite, that’s about all that you can ask for.
Spotrac believes his market value is somewhere in the two-year, $8.5 million average annual salary range. With no disrespect intended, here’s where we’ll leave this. Philly isn’t giving White $8.5 million annually, especially seeing how T.J. Edwards also needs a new extension. That is if the Eagles are willing to hang on to the latter.
Well, no one can ever accuse us of being disloyal. We never gave up on Robert Quinn, even if we should have.
All the evidence stated that he was way past his prime and more likely to have a season that mirrored Ryan Kerrigan’s one-and-done affair than finding the fountain of youth and recapturing some of his early success. We kept beating the drum anyway.
We were convinced that, at some point, he’d do something great. We were wrong. It’s safe to state that he won’t be back in Philadelphia next season.