By Sally Fahey

Okay, it’s the preseason and every NFL is undefeated.

And ex-Eagle Mychal Kendricks might have a chip on his shoulder as his new team, the Cleveland Browns, prepares to host the Super Bowl champ Birds tomorrow night.



In a preview for next week’s episode of “Hard Knocks” on HBO, a clip is shown of Kendricks saying that the Browns have more talent than the Eagles.

“We got so much more talent in this room than what I did in Philly,” Kendricks is shown saying. “It’s not even funny.”

The Browns are coming off of a season in which they won exactly zero games. They have won just one game over the last two seasons. The Eagles, meanwhile, won the Super Bowl last season.

There is no denying the Browns added some players this past offseason. In addition to Kendricks the team brought in Pro Bowl receiver Jarvis Landry. They also added quarterbacks Tyrod Taylor and Baker Mayfield, the No. 1 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft.

Kendricks spent six seasons with the Eagles, from 2012 to 2017, totaling 338 tackles, 14 tackles and three interceptions. He was released by the Eagles earlier this offseason after they were unable to trade him.

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