On March 10, 2022, the Philadelphia Eagle’s organization made deals, specifically, 1-year deals. All three players were already Eagles, but have found themselves in different situations over the last two seasons.
Guard, Nate Herbig: Herbig made the Eagles as an undrafted rookie free agent out of Stanford. As a rookie, his playing time was minimal, but he started 12 games in 2020. He’s a big guy, 6’4″ and 334 lbs., and depth on the o-line is important.
Defensive Back, Andre Chachere: Chachere was with the Indianapolis Colts before getting picked up by the Eagles last season. The hopes for him were high when he was acquired, but most of his contributions were made on special teams, and not with the starting defense. Chachere found himself in a pretty shitty situation-Exclusive Rights Free Agent. This mean he must accept the offer given by the team, which is usually the minimum. Nobody says this, but I feel like it’s an ultimatum. Take shit money or leave the team.
Wide Receiver, Greg Ward: Ward was a starter with the Eagles back in 2020, but a backup in 2021. He was set to be a restricted free agent, but the Eagles signed him to a new contract.