The Philadelphia Eagles could have a much different look on the defensive side of the ball in 2024.

While the team elected to bring back veteran Brandon Graham for his 15th season, he might have some new teammates in the defensive line room.

Graham returns for what is likely his final season after playing in a limited role in 2023, posting 16 tackles and three sacks last season.

He will always be remembered for his strip sack of Tom Brady in the Eagles' only Super Bowl victory.  Overall he has amassed 73.0 career sacks, 21 forced fumbles, and 146 tackles for loss.

According to Dianna Russi of The Athletic, the team could look to move both Josh Sweat and Haason Reddick in trades this offseason. One name to watch is Jets free agent pass rusher, Bryce Huff, who had 10 sacks in 2023. Per Russi, the team is expected to “aggressively pursue” Huff.

According to multiple reports, the team was not happy with the lack of production from the starting edge rushers in 2023 and how they played in the defense in general during the second half of last season.

Both Reddick and Sweat are signed for the 2024 season but could be moved to try and add more draft picks. Adding a player like Huff, 26, who had a career-high 29 tackles, 10 Tackles for loss, and 10 sacks in 2023 would give the Eagles a young pass rusher.

Huff was originally an undrafted rookie free agent from Memphis in 2020 and has totaled 17.5 sacks in 54 games.

NFL legal tampering for the free agent period opens on Monday with the signings becoming official on Wednesday.

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