The Eagles will have two new starting linebackers next season. First T.J. Edwards signed with the Chicago Bears, and now Kyzir White has signed with the Arizona Cardinals.
White spent one season with the Eagles, accumulating 110 tackles (three TFLs), 1.5 sacks, three QB hits, and seven passes defended in 17 games.
The 26-year-old is a native of Macungie, Pennsylvania (just outside of Allentown) and grew up an Eagles fan. Now that he got to live his dream of playing for the Eagles, he moves on to get a big paycheck from the Cardinals.
All of a sudden the linebackers on the team go from one of the best groups on the team to a big question mark with needing two new starters. Nakobe Dean is expected to start in place of T.J. Edwards. As of now the only players on the Eagles roster who could start in place of Kyzir White are Shaun Bradley, Davion Taylor, or Christian Elliss.