Former first-rounder Brandon Graham may be seeing his time in Philadelphia come to an end.
Per Philly Magazine, the Eagles have placed Graham on the trading block. Taking it a step further, The Mercury, a newspaper based in Pottstown, Pa., recently reported the Eagles offered Graham to Miami for pass-rusher Dion Jordan.
It would seem bizarre for the Dolphins to trade Jordan after taking him third overall in last year's draft.
Jordan has a history with Eagles coach Chip Kelly, as Jordan excelled under Kelly during their time at Oregon together.
Graham was drafted to be a 4-3 defensive end when Andy Reid was still the coach in Philadelphia. But when Chip Kelly came to town, defensive coordinator Bill Davis installed a 4-3.
Graham's time on the field dropped as a result, which is a likely reason why the Eagles are looking to move on from at this time.
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