10 best Eagles free-agent options for replacing Avonte Maddox

While the Eagles should probably rely on the guys they already have at the cornerback position, there are available free-agent options if they look there to replace Avonte Maddox.
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Here are the five Eagles free-agent options that make the back half of our top ten.

Some say the Eagles should just coach up the guys they have. Others believe it makes sense to slide James Bradberry inside to handle slot duties when he's healthy. Others still believe it makes no sense to slide the All-Pro corner inside.

Best believe Howie Roseman is turning over every rock. If he looks to free agency, which is possible, here are the guys who are most intriguing.

10. John Reid

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This Mount Laurel, New Jersey native stands at five-foot-ten and tips the scales at 187. A former fourth-rounder, he most recently spent time with the Minnesota Vikings. He was claimed off waivers in May but was waived on July 19th.

9. Harrison Hand

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Harrison Hand is the cousin of former NFL safety Antwine Perez and defensive end Turk McBride. The Chicago Bears signed him to their practice squad on September 13th of 2022. He was promoted to the active roster on December 22nd but released on April 24th of this year.

He's five-foot-eleven. He weighs in at 185 pounds.

8. Jarren Williams

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A former undrafted free agent signing (2020), Jarren Williams is a five-foot-ten, 187-pounder that has appeared in ten games with two starts. Eight of those games were with the New York Giants in 2020 and 2021. He appeared in two games for the Detroit Lions last season.

7. Grant Haley

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Another former undrafted rookie free agent (2018), the five-foot-nine, 190-pound Grant Haley has appeared in 35 games with 13 starts over five seasons as a member of the New York Giants, New Orleans Saints, and Los Angeles Rams. He has 94 tackles, one sack, one interception, and six pass breakups on his resume.

6. Greedy Williams

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You remember this guy, don't you? Greedy Williams wasn't overly impressive during his short stint with the Eagles, but the BIrds, when in a pinch, often call guys they already know.