Eagles ‘Will Regret’ $37 Million Free Agency Move: Analys


Eagles ‘Will Regret’ $37 Million Free Agency Move: Analys

The Eagles could regret signing Saquon Barkley, writes one analyst.

The Philadelphia Eagles will come to regret their biggest move in free agency, according to one analyst.

The Eagles made a major splash by signing former New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley to a three-year, $37.75 million deal. Barkley was arguably the top back available on the market and he’s easily a more prolific player than Philadelphia’s previous two starting running backs, D’Andre Swift and Miles Sanders.


However, Kristopher Knox of Bleacher Report argued that the Eagles could have gone with a more “budget-friendly” running back and still received good production.



“The reality is that Philly probably could have gone with a much more budget-friendly running back and gotten good results,” Knox wrote on May 26. “They went the bargain route with Miles Sanders and D’Andre Swift over the past two years and saw each make the Pro Bowl.”


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