The man responsible for the most important play in Philadelphia Eagles history, Brandon Graham, is a free agent. He is one of 20 free agents the team has to decide whether to bring back or let walk this offseason.

While the team would likely like to bring Graham back, there is one guy that might be interested in reuniting with the 34-year old defensive end - Jim Schwartz.

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Schwartz is the new defensive coordinator in Cleveland with the Browns and according to Tim McManus of ESPN, the Browns are just one of the teams that has interest in Graham when free agency opens March 15.

Graham has already stated that he would like to continue is playing career, regardless of if it's with the Eagles or elsewhere next season.

Graham told Zach Gelb of CBS Sports Radio that he would like to play "a couple more years" when asked if the Super Bowl would be his final game.

"Nah man," Graham answered.  "My wife said potentially as an Eagles. We don't know my future because I'm on a one-year deal. She (his wife) knows I want to play a couple more years.  Who knows what will happen, I'm hoping everything works out, but I'm definitely playing."

Graham had a career best 11 sacks in 2022 after missing most of the 2021 season with a torn Achilles suffered last September.

So can the Eagles find a way to bring Grasham back or will he be joining forces with an old friend in 2023?

This should be a very interesting offseason for the Eagles.

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