1. Kamu Grugier-Hill
As great as Kamu Grugier-Hill looked at times during his first two seasons with the Eagles, there’s no question that 2018 was by far his best year after the Eastern Illinois product ended up starting 10 of 16 games for Philadelphia.
All of a sudden, the decision to claim Grugier-Hill off waivers in 2016 after the New England Patriots didn’t want him has turned out to work wonders for Philadelphia, and hopefully this is only the beginning of what should be a promising career.
With this in mind, why on earth would the Eagles ever consider the thought of trading Grugier-Hill, especially if they have a need of their own still at linebacker?
Well, just about every player in the NFL has some sort of asking price, and with Grugier-Hill entering the final year of his contract, Philadelphia knows in order to keep him happy, they may have to open up their checkbook sooner rather than later.
In other words, if the Eagles would prefer to load up with an extra future draft pick the Rams would be willing to offer in exchange for Grugier-Hill, no one would be surprised if the option were considered if this became a possible scenario.