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Howie Roseman has done it again. Ian Rapoport reports that the Philadelphia Eagles will be trading for Tennessee Titans’ veteran safety Kevin Byard.
After reports flooded in last week that Howie Roseman was working the phones in effort to find some veteran help at the safety position after Reed Blankenship went down rib injuries and Justin Evans headed to injured reserve, it was announced today that the Eagles would be trading for Kevin Byard.
According to Dianna Russini from The Athletic, the Eagles will trade a 2024 5th and 6th round pick and safety Terrell Edmunds, for Byard. The West Philadelphia native is a two-time All-Pro selection and has 47 tackles and one fumble recovery in six games played this season.
The 30-year-old veteran has collected 27 interceptions, four sacks, three forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries in his eight-year NFL career. Needless to say, Kevin Byard will fit right in as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles.