A pair of trades the Eagles could make before training camp

Would you like to see Philadelphia make either (or both) of these moves?
Philadelphia Eagles, James Bradberry
Philadelphia Eagles, James Bradberry / Ryan Kang/GettyImages

As the real work is yet to begin in the coming weeks and months, the Philadelphia Eagles are finishing up OTAs and preparing for minicamp.

But, the real fun kicks off with training camp later on this summer. Prior to training camp, though, rosters are going to see a few final tweaks and potential moves made.

As far as the Eagles are concerned, could they make a couple of deals before camp? How about trading a player away? With a few weeks before training camp, let's look at two particular trades Philly could make that would wind up benefiting them both now and in the future.

Could the Eagles pull off both of these trades before training camp?

Philly should move James Bradberry to the highest bidder

Recently, head coach Nick Sirianni announced that cornerback James Bradberry has been moved to safety. And, it all seriousness, it makes a lot of sense. Sirianni pointed out the fact that Bradberry played a lot of nickel and dime last year, so he's become more versatile as his career goes on.

But, was this move in order to lengthen his stint in Philly, or rather to float his talents out to the rest of the league in hopes they can trade him?

With Quinyon Mitchell, Cooper DeJean and Darius Slay now set to start for the defense, maybe it's best if the Eagles move Bradberry to a cornerback-needy team and simply accept the best offer out there. Philadelphia has never been shy about making moves, and revamping their cornerback room seems to have paved the way for a Bradberry trade (or release).

Trading for Robert Woods could add beneficial depth for a deep playoff run

After DeVante Parker announced his retirement, the slot job looked like it was going to belong to Parris Campbell, yet nothing is guaranteed at this point. If the Eagles truly want to gear up for a Super Bowl run, then maybe adding a veteran like Robert Woods is the move, here.

Woods is now part of a very crowded wide receiver room in Houston. The Texans traded for Stefon Diggs, extended Nico Collins, re-signed Noah Brown, and still have Tank Dell and John Metchie on the roster.

Woods is more than capable of being a strong WR3 behind A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith, and his experience would be welcomed in Philly. He wouldn't cost a whole lot, either, because at this point, he's a cut candidate going into the thick of summer.