Checking in on former Eagles and how they have performed in their new cities

So, how are those former Eagles doing in their new cities with their new teams? Here's an update of their first two games.
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Here's a look at former Eagles T.J. Edwards and Marcus Epps.

Javon Hargrave and C.J. Gardner-Johnson weren't the only two starters the Eagles lost this past offseason. T.J. Edwards and Marcus Epps have also moved on. Here's how the latter two have played so far in 2023.

4. T.J. Edwards

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As expected, T.J. Edwards is off to a hot start with the Chicago Bears. A tackling machine, he has already notched 26 stops in his first two games while being on the field for 92% of the Bears' defensive snaps.

5. Marcus Epps

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Marcus Epps has played 127 defensive snaps so far in 2023, roughly 89% of the Las Vegas Raiders' total. That has resulted in 11 tackles. We're wishing him luck this season.

Honorable mention: Mack Hollins and Nelson Agholor

Two former Eagles cracked our airwaves on Sunday. Mack Hollins hauled in three of four targets in Week 2 for the Atlanta Falcons and came within inches of snagging his first TD reception of the season. Nelson Agholor, so far in 2023, has hauled in five receptions for 63 yards and scored his first TD versus the Cincinnati Bengals.