By Max Harper
The Giants bottom-lined James Bradberry and concluded that the cap made it inevitable they would let him walk.
They released him last May and Bradberry eventually signed a one-year deal with the Eagles, joining Darius Slay as a very effective cornerback duo.
Bradberry gets his first chance to face his old team this weekend and he said this week that he doesn’t feel like the matchup carries the same level of emotion that was evident for wide receiver A.J. Brown against the Titans last weekend.
“I think the situations were a little different. . . . I have come to peace with it,” Bradberry told Dave Zangaro of NBCSP.
“And us winning a lot of football games has helped me with that. I’m part of the Eagles, we’re winning and I’m going to try to keep that going.”