It wasn’t Jadeveon Clowney. It wasn’t Everson Griffen. But the Nigel Bradham signing was a smart one, providing the New Orleans Saints with insurance for Kiko Alonso and Alex Anzalone, and giving the team a seasoned, skilled backer.
The eight-year veteran spent the first half of his career in Buffalo before heading to the city of brotherly love for his last four seasons with the Eagles.
Bradham played mostly middle and strong-side linebacker in his time with Philly, making him a good fit next to Demario Davis, who plays the weak-side, if he was to see the field much in 2020.
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