The New York Giants had to make a tough decision earlier this NFL offseason when they released Pro Bowl cornerback James Bradberry after failing to find any trade suitors for the defensive back. Elsewhere in the division, Philadelphia Eagles general manager Howie Roseman, looking to put a bow on a strong offseason, stated that the team would be looking into adding another player to the secondary. Bradberry and the Eagles seemed to be a perfect match. On Wednesday, the Eagles announced the signing of Bradberry, to the chagrin of Giants fans. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport has the details.

Bradberry has signed a one-year, $10 million deal to join the Eagles this NFL offseason. Cornerback, an area the Eagles didn't address in the draft, was the one need seemingly remaining on the roster.

The former Giants cornerback, who made the Pro Bowl in the 2022 season and intercepted seven passes for New York in the past two seasons, is an excellent addition to the Eagles' secondary.

Along with 2021 Pro Bowler Darius Slay and capable slot corner Avonte Maddox, the Eagles suddenly have one of the NFL's better cornerback rooms.

An Eagles defense that made strides last season appears poised to be one of the stingier units in the league in 2022 after the addition of Bradberry.

And Giants fans everywhere will be cursing Dave Gettleman, as the team will shoulder a cap hit higher than Bradberry's salary with Philly in 2022.