Marcus Epps set to sign with Raiders

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Safety Marcus Epps is joining the exodus of Eagles defensive free agents this week.

According to multiple reports, Epps has agreed to sign with the Raiders once the new league year officially gets underway on Wednesday. No terms of the deal have been reported.

Epps started all 17 regular season games for the Eagles in 2022 and saw a healthy amount of playing time as a rotational player in the previous two seasons. He had 94 tackles and a forced fumble in those 17 starts and he added 13 more tackles in Philly’s three postseason outings.

The Eagles have also seen defensive tackle Javon Hargrave and linebacker T.J. Edwards agree to deals with new teams on Monday. Safety C.J. Gardner-Johnson, cornerback James Bradberry, and defensive tackle Fletcher Cox are also free agents and cornerback Darius Slay has been given permission to speak to other teams about trades.

4 responses to “Marcus Epps set to sign with Raiders

  1. He is solid in run defence but he really isn’t anything but an average player that played well because of an all star team around him. The Raiders didn’t really over pay him with a silly contract at least. I wish him well though and thank him for a great season and for the NFC championship.

  2. Nothing is over! Nothing! Ball control. Two 30 minute drives in each half and its a W for Bang Bang Bird Gang 14-7.

  3. So much for all of that talk that they are setup to contend for years. Let the fire sale burn on.

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