Report: Eagles Have Taken Calls Regarding OLB Vinny Curry



Jeff McLane reports that the Eagles have “floated” that NT Isaac Sopoaga and DE Vinny Curry are available for trade.

The Eagles signed the 32-year-old Sopoaga to a three-year contract worth $11 million back in March, but he hasn’t been all that productive for their defense.

It’s doubtful that anyone would be willing to offer more than a late-round pick for him at this point in his career.


Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reports that the Philadelphia Eagles have taken calls from NFL teams regarding second-year OLB Vinny Curry.

  • Rapoport adds that the Eagles view him as a talented player and would need to decent offer to part with him.
  • Rapoport tossed out the Cowboys as a speculative option, considering the fact that they could use some defensive line help.

Philadelphia has a decent amount of depth at outside linebacker, which has led to Curry being inactive for a few games this season. Curry has played on 102 snaps this season, but grades out as an above average pass-rusher, according to Pro Football Focus. He’s also young and under contract for a few more seasons, which could be enough to convince a team to make a decent offer for him.

We’ll have more regarding Curry as the news is available.


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