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HomenflEagles trade for All-Pro safety Kevin Byard to bolster banged-up secondary: report

Eagles trade for All-Pro safety Kevin Byard to bolster banged-up secondary: report

The Philadelphia Eagles have reinforced their banged-up secondary, adding All-Pro safety Kevin Byard after making a trade with the Tennessee Titans on Monday, per multiple reports. 

The Eagles will be sending Terrell Edmunds, a former first-round pick of the Pittsburgh Steelers who signed a one-year pact with Philly this offseason, as well as 2024 fifth- and sixth-round picks to the Titans in exchange for Byard, NFL Network reports. 

The Eagles, fresh off a statement win over the Miami Dolphins on Sunday night to improve to 6-1, have recent history of making blockbuster moves to add big-name talent to their roster that GM Howie Roseman knows can return to the Super Bowl this season. 

While the Eagles and Roseman may have more up their sleeves heading into the Oct. 31 NFL trade deadline, the 2-4 Titans are clearly showing they are sellers, which could lead to increased calls in Nashville as playoff contenders look to add new pieces for the second half of the season. 

Scott Thompson is a sports writer for Fox News Digital.

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