With Brandon Graham, Fletcher Cox, Ndamukong Suh, Robert Quinn, Linval Joseph, and Javon Hargrave all slated for free agency, Philadelphia is currently thin along the defensive line.
Josh Sweat enters year three of a 4 year, $41M deal, and is set to earn $12 million.
Derek Barnett will return after tearing his ACL in early September, and he could be a potential salary cap casualty with a $3.1M cap hit next season.
Jordan Davis enters year two of his fully guaranteed deal, while Marlon Tuipulotu is also on the books.
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