3 Biggest Winners From Eagles Offseason Workouts

These 3 Philadelphia Eagles have made a name for themselves during offseason workouts.
Philadelphia Eagles, Kelee Ringo
Philadelphia Eagles, Kelee Ringo / Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports
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1. Kelee Ringo, Cornerback

It wasn't that long ago that Kelee Ringo seemed to be in trouble. The Eagles secondary was a mess in 2023 and they suddenly had two new defensive backs. Quinyon Mitchell and Cooper Dejean were selected in the first two rounds. Their arrival pushed James Bradberry out of a starting job and threatened to push Ringo to the bottom of the depth chart.

After offseason programs, Ringo might have forced Philly's hand with Bradberry.

It won't be a huge help financially to release Bradberry but Ringo is proving to be a more reliable defensive back. He started to come on strong at the end of 2023 and carried that success into the offseason. Even A.J. Brown was quick to praise him, saying his growth makes him a tough match-up. (via Ed Kracz of Eagles Today)

"Kelee is difficult at times going against because I go against him a lot. He’s definitely growing. You can see a different step with him. I’m not going to put too much pressure on him, but you can definitely see a different step with him. He’s hungry. He’s competing at a high level."

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At one point during his collegiate career, Ringo seemed destined to be a Day 1 pick. In the end, he was a fourth-round selection and started four games as a rookie. He had 21 tackles, one sack, one interception and two pass defenses. He's also just 21 years old (he turns 22 in late June) and already making progress as a pro.

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