Miles Sanders and James Bradberry figure to get paid this offseason, but they probably won’t be paid by the Eagles.
We’ll keep this short and sweet. We love Miles Sanders. It’s sad to state that, if his last game in Eagles green, was that atrocity that he and his teammates put together in the Super Bowl (which is very likely), we weren’t left with the greatest of final memories.
His market value per Spotrac is probably two years, $14.4 million. He’ll get paid, but it probably won’t be in Philly. Howie Roseman isn’t dishing that type of money out for a running back.
We can restate everything that we just said about Miles, insert James Bradberry‘s name in place of Sanders’, and be right on point with our analysis. James won a lot of fans quickly. Sadly, he’ll be most remembered for that controversial holding call at the end of the Super Bowl.
He’s earned himself the massive deal that he’s seeking with his play this year. Still, as is the case with Miles, it makes sense to believe that James won’t get that extension from the Birds.
He’s expected to earn $15.1 million annually per Spotrac. That would give Philly two starting quarterbacks who are over 30 and making quite a considerable amount of money. It may finally be time for the Eagles to spend a high draft pick on a cover guy, even though Philly has only used a first-round draft choice on a corner three times in their history (and they haven’t done so since they drafted Lito Sheppard.