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Veteran believes Eagles are ready to make another run


The Philadelphia Eagles have been an active team in the offseason and there’s a rising level of confidence on the roster. Ahead of the 2020 NFL season, Brandon Graham believes that Philadelphia is prepared to make another Super Bowl run.

Amid a conversation with Chris McPherson of the team’s official website, Graham believes the Eagles have an advantage over other teams:

“I’m all-in,” Graham said. “It’s all about having an advantage and I feel like we’ve got an advantage right now. We’ve got the same coach. All we have to do is make sure that we take this offseason like we’re supposed to.”

Despite injuries plaguing the roster a season ago, the Eagles were able to win the NFC East crown. Still, after falling in the Wild Card Round to the Seattle Seahawks, Philadelphia has bigger aspirations moving forward.

While the Eagles cut ties with Malcolm Jenkins, they were able to acquire Darius Slay via trade. In addition to Slay, Philadelphia also bolstered the defense by signing Javon Hargrave in free agency.

As for the offense, there’s no doubt the Eagles improved the receiving corps for Carson Wentz. Even though they could have had a chance to trade up for CeeDee Lamb, Philadelphia added Jalen Reagor and John Hightower in the 2020 NFL Draft. Also, they decided to make a trade for Marquise Goodwin during the draft, adding more speed to the offense.

Graham, who helped Philadelphia win their first Super Bowl in 2017, is ‘all-in’ on the upcoming season. At the same time, he believes this year’s team has what it takes to secure another Super Bowl ring.