4 players the Eagles should entertain trade offers for in the 2024 offseason, plus a few wildcards

Though clearly not time to do so, we have decided to ponder some way-too-early theories about a handful of Eagles that could be used as trade bait.

James Bradberry #24, Kevin Byard #31, Philadelphia Eagles
James Bradberry #24, Kevin Byard #31, Philadelphia Eagles / Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports
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Here's one more possible Eagles trade option and a few wildcards to consider.

So, here we sit, tossing out a few ideas that probably won't happen. When do we ever see trades anyway, right? Well... Just for the sake of argument, let's toss out one more name and a few wild cards.

Marlon Tuipulotu, interior defensive lineman

Marlon Tuipulotu is one of those guys that might be on the 'this will never work list', but once upon a time, some of you thought Derek Barnett, Sidney Jones, and J.J. Arcega-Whiteside would never find second chances or new homes either. We'll say it if no one else will. Marlon has more talent than all of those guys.

He has dealt with injuries and being cast aside because of the numbers game. Something is working in his favor though. There will always be a market for guys who are capable interior defensive linemen. Marlon certainly qualifies there. It may be time to see what the interest level in him is, especially seeing as how the defensive tackle position might be where Philly is most loaded.

Possible wildcards: Moro Ojomo, Kenneth Gainwell, Fred Johnson

Moro Ojomo is the sixth defensive tackle on an Eagles depth chart that houses six defensive tackles. Fred Johnson is a young and versatile reserve lineman that Jeff Stoutland thinks the world of. Kenneth Gainwell, though not the apple of Eagles fans' eyes, is a very talented change-of-pace back that

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