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Will the Philadelphia Eagles use some of their remaining salary cap space before training camp?

Philadelphia has the funds to make one or two more free agent deals, but hasn’t been as active lately after a flurry of moves earlier in the offseason. The Eagles are in a great position right now and don’t need to make another move, but it might not hurt as prices are expected to drop with training camp right around the corner.

One player who seems to be mentioned every week as a fit for the Eagles is former Denver Broncos superstar safety Justin Simmons. The four-time All-Pro is still waiting for his next opportunity and the Eagles need a safety.

A partnership would make a lot of sense, but Philadelphia hasn’t done anything yet, so it’s unclear if it actually wants more reinforcements or if it wants to continue with what it currently has.

While that may be the case, the Eagles were listed by Matt Johnson of Sportsnaut as one of the top destinations for Simmons.

“Justin Simmons was one of the best players available in NFL free agency when he was released by the Denver Broncos,” Johnson said. “Months later, he’s still one of the best NFL free agents. The 30-year-old was selected to the second team All-Pro last season, but isn’t quite the playmaker we saw in 2022. What Simmons can do is be a solid all-around safety who rarely makes mistakes and sticks to his assignments. He’s perfect for a Super Bowl contender or a young defense. Justin Simmons Landing Spots: Green Bay Packers, Pittsburgh Steelers, Philadelphia Eagles”

It doesn’t make much sense that Johnson is still available, but he should find a new home soon and it would make sense if it was in Philadelphia.

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