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  • Eagles' James Bradberry: Fewest picks since 2018

    Bradberry finished the year with 54 tackles and just one interception in 16 regular-season games. Bradberry had managed at least three picks in each of the previous four seasons, but his Week 12 interception against the Bills was all he managed this season. He did account for one more turnover, recovering a fumble in Week 3 against the Bucs.
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  • Eagles' James Bradberry: Limited in practice

    Bradberry (ankle) was a limited participant in practice Thursday after not appearing on the injury report Wednesday. The cornerback's status in Friday's practice session will now be something to monitor as the Eagles prepare to face the Commanders on Sunday. Bradberry missed Philadelphia's Week 2 win over the Vikings with a concussion but has started the team's other six games. The 2022 All-Pro has 22 tackles, four passes defensed and a fumble recovery in 2023.
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  • Eagles' James Bradberry: Back at practice

    Bradberry (groin) participated in team drills at Thursday's practice, Fran Duffy and Chris McPherson of the Eagls' official website reports. Bradberry had been considered day-to-day with a groin injury, but it looks like he has worked his way past that issue. It remains to be seen what level of involvement the starting cornerback will see in Philadelphia's preseason opener in Baltimore on Saturday.
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  • Eagles' James Bradberry: Stays in Philadelphia

    Bradberry and the Eagles agreed Tuesday on a three-year, $38 million deal that includes $20 million fully guaranteed, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Bradberry played 1,041 snaps last year, which was the fifth straight year in which he's played at least 990 snaps. Last year, he was credited with 17 passes defensed, and he's posted 17 or 18 in each of the last three seasons. He also has intercepted at least three passes in every year since 2019. He was a critical component of the Eagles defense as part of an excellent cornerback duo with Darius Slay. Heading into his age-30 season, Bradberry hasn't shown noticeable signs of decline and should remain a top cornerback in 2023.
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  • Eagles' James Bradberry: Scores first career touchdown

    James returned an interception for a touchdown and recorded a pair of tackles in Sunday's Week 1 win over the Lions. The veteran cornerback made a strong impression in his first game as an Eagle. He picked off a Jared Goff pass in the second quarter and returned it 27 yards for the score, giving the Eagles their second touchdown in just over a minute.
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  • Eagles' James Bradberry: Sidelined with groin issue

    Bradberry (groin) didn't participate in practice Thursday, Zach Berman of The Athletic reports. The severity of Bradberry's injury is unclear, but expect to hear more regarding his status sometime before the team's preseason game Sunday against the Browns. The former Pro Bowler signed with the Eagles in May to play opposite of Darius Slay, potentially forming one of the best cornerback duos in the NFL.
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  • Giants' James Bradberry: Picks off another pass

    Bradberry registered two solo tackles, one pass deflection and one interception during Sunday's win over the Panthers. Through the first seven games of the 2021 campaign, Bradberry has racked up three interceptions -- tying his career-high. The 28-year-old cornerback has also recorded at least one pass deflection in every game this season. Bradberry's meager tackle total lowers his fantasy floor, but his ball skills make him a viable option for deeper IDP leagues.
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  • Giants' James Bradberry: Outstanding inaugural season

    Bradberry notched 54 tackles (44 solo), 18 defended passes, three interceptions, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery across 15 games in 2020. Bradberry's presence as one of the league's few true shutdown cornerbacks played an enormous role in the rise of New York's secondary down the stretch in 2020, though his style of play doesn't lend itself to massive fantasy numbers. He played 100 percent of defensive snaps during 12 of 15 contests in his first season with the Giants, and he remains under contract with the team through 2023. He earned Second-Team All-Pro honors in 2020 for his quality of play.
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  • Giants' James Bradberry: Returns from COVID-19 list

    Bradberry was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Monday, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Bradberry was considered a high-risk close contact to an infected person, causing him to miss Sunday's 20-6 loss to the Browns. He has cleared the league's COVID-19 protocols and will return to team activities this week to start preparing for a Week 16 matchup against the Ravens. Bradberry will resume duties as the Giants' No. 1 cornerback immediately.
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  • Panthers' James Bradberry: Completes limited practice

    Bradberry (groin) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, Steve Reed of the Associated Press reports. Bradberry didn't get onto the practice field last week until Friday, and he was ultimately inactive for this past Sunday's loss to the Packers. The fourth-year corner has started this week on a better note, and a full-speed practice would extinguish any worries about his status for Sunday's tilt against the Falcons.
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  • Panthers' James Bradberry: Not dealing with serious injury

    Bradberry (groin) said he experienced cramping during Sunday's 30-20 win over the Titans and could have returned to the contest if necessary, Brendan Marks of The Charlotte Observer reports. Bradberry's injury surfaced late in the game, and the Panthers had a sizable lead at the time. There was no reason to risk putting Bradberry back on the field, but his status for the Week 10 matchup against the Packers doesn't look like it's in jeopardy at this time. The Panthers may monitor his practice reps during the upcoming week.
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  • Panthers' James Bradberry: Exits Sunday's game

    Bradberry (groin) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Titans, Brendan Marks of The Charlotte Observer reports. It's unclear how Bradberry suffered the injury, but he exited late in the fourth quarter, so it would be a surprise to see him come back. As long as he's out, however, look for Ross Cockrell to be deployed as one of the starting cornerbacks.
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  • Panthers' James Bradberry: Breaks up pass

    Bradberry posted four tackles (three solo) and broke up a pass in Thursday night's 10-3 preseason loss to the Patriots. Bradberry played over a third of Carolina's defensive snaps, deflecting a Tom Brady pass during his time on the field. That workload should now have Bradberry sufficiently prepared for the 2019 campaign, which is currently pegged as his last under contract with the Panthers.
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  • Panthers' James Bradberry: Sack on Sunday

    Bradberry recorded four tackles (three solo), a sack and a pass defensed across 62 defensive snaps in Sunday's loss to the Seahawks. Bradberry was limited during practice this week due to a minor shoulder injury, but it didn't appear to hold him back at all on the field Sunday. The cornerback has now registered 53 tackles (44 solo) and 10 passes defensed on the year, but he's yet to record an interception. He'll look to change that Sunday against the Buccaneers.
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  • Panthers' James Bradberry: No practice Wednesday

    Bradberry (shoulder) didn't practice Wednesday, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Charlotte Observer reports. Bradberry apparently sustained the shoulder injury during a Week 11 loss to the Lions. The extent of his setback isn't fully known, but he would erase most of the concern about his status for Sunday's game against the Seahawks by practicing Thursday and Friday.
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  • Panthers' James Bradberry: Records six tackles

    Bradberry made six tackles (five solo) in Week 10's loss to the Steelers. Bradberry trailed only Eric Reid and Luke Kuechly for Carolina's lead in tackles. On the night, though, nobody on the Panthers defense can be happy with giving up 52 points. With 45 tackles through nine games, Bradberry ranks fourth on the team but has yet to intercept a pass this season.
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  • Panthers' James Bradberry: Posts six tackles in loss

    Bradberry had six tackles (five solo) in Thursday's loss to the Steelers. Bradberry had a solid first half of the season with nine pass breakups and an 87.3 QB rating allowed, but has yet to record an interception through nine games. The 25-year-old sees the highest snap share of Panthers cornerbacks and ranks fourth on the team with 45 tackles (37 solo).
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  • Panthers' James Bradberry: Returns to practice

    Bradberry (groin) returned to practice Sunday, Joe Person of The Charlotte Observer reports. Bradberry sat out Thursday's preseason game due to his groin injury but he appears to have recovered. Look for him to resume his role as a starting cornerback opposite Kevon Seymour.
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  • Panthers' James Bradberry: Continues development as top corner

    Bradberry finished with 85 tackles (66 solo), two interceptions, one sack and one forced fumble in 16 games played this season. Bradberry has served as Carolina's top cornerback ever since he was drafted in the second round last year. While he impressed as a little-known rookie, Bradberry only increased his production his second time around, finishing second on the team in tackles and tying for the lead with 10 passes defended. A promising presence on the outside, the Samford product will look to take another step in his development next season.
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  • Panthers' James Bradberry: Plays big in coverage Sunday

    Bradberry had six tackles, three pass breakups and one interception in Sunday's win against the Vikings. Bradberry played 72 of 74 possible defensive snaps Sunday. His pick was clutch, coming at the Panthers' 25-yard line while the Vikings were looking to chip into an 11-point deficit. The second-year pro is averaging 5.1 tackles per game this season, and the Packers, who likely will be eager to air it out with a healthy Aaron Rodgers, are coming to town in Week 15.
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