The Philadelphia Eagles and Pro Bowl cornerback James Bradberry have agreed to a one-year deal, the team announced on Wednesday. The deal is worth $10 million, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
Bradberry, 28, will now give the Eagles an elite cornerback duo with Darius Slay opposite him to shut down opposing wide receivers.
Bradberry spent his first four NFL seasons with the Carolina Panthers, before playing the last past two seasons with the New York Giants.
Bradberry has 15 career interceptions and 82 passes defended over six NFL seasons, missing just five games over his entire career. He was originally a 2016 second round pick out of Samford.
The signing caps off an incredible offseason by Howie Roseman and the Philadelphia Eagles, whom were able to add Haason Reddick, rookie DT Jordan Davis, rookie LB Nakobe Dean, and now Bradberry on defense to go along with offensive additions in star WR A.J. Brown and WR Zach Pascal.