Two years after signing a $45 million contract as one of the top cornerbacks in free agency, James Bradberry is on track to be released, as Giants general manager Joe Schoen suggested Thursday on WFAN. Long speculated as a potential trade candidate this offseason due to his pricey deal on a financially tight team, the former Pro Bowler generated some interest from other teams, per Schoen, but not at his current price tag. Now Bradberry is poised to find a new home via the open market.

Which teams will come calling? Here are five logical landing spots for the veteran cover man:


5. Eagles

Fresh off a dazzling draft that saw them bolster two levels of the defense with Jordan Davis and Nakobe Dean, the Eagles could now be looking at the one position of need they've yet to address. With stopgap Steven Nelson gone, Bradberry could be an even better plug-and-play outside starter opposite Darius Slay, giving youngsters like Zech McPhearson more time to grow. On a short-term deal, he'd get the chance to rebuild his market while playing the Giants twice a year.