Three pending 2024 free agents that Eagles' fans should be worried about losing

The Eagles have a ton of players entering contract seasons. Each offseason brings roster turnover, but some guys will be harder to replace than you realize.
Brandon Graham, Philadelphia Eagles
Brandon Graham, Philadelphia Eagles / Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports
1 of 4

Every NFL team goes through roster turnover in the offseason, and the Philadelphia Eagles are no exception. As one of the best teams in the league last year, it was to be expected that many of the players that stepped up would earn opportunities and paydays elsewhere (and they did).

The results were as they are every offseason in March. Former Birds earned deserved paydays that were given to them by other franchises. While keeping a phenomenal roster intact would have been nice, salary cap limitations prevented the team from re-signing everyone, and the task began of rebuilding the depth chart.

Before we go any further, here's a recap and a moment of silence for some of the most frustrating and annoying losses.

  • T.J. Edwards, linebacker (signed by the Chicago Bears)
  • Kyzir White LB (Arizona Cardinals
  • Marcus Epps, safety (Las Vegas Raiders)
  • C.J. Gardner-Johnson, S (Detroit Lions)
  • Javon Hargrave, defensive tackle (San Francisco 49ers)
  • Zach Pascal, wide receiver (Arizona Cardinals)
  • Miles Sanders, running back (Carolina Panthers)
  • Andre Dillard, offensive tackle (Tennessee Titans)
  • Isaac Seumalo, guard (Pittsburgh Steelers)

The 2023 offseason in South Philly has been eventful, and even though we haven't reached Week 1 of the regular season, it's sometimes hard to avoid looking ahead to the following offseason. Let's look at some Philadelphia Eagles players headed into the last year of their current deals. Three of them could be potential concerns as they have an opportunity to be a part of this team's success in the coming season.