Eagles are expected to cut All-Pro starter to save $13.5 million.

Following the Philadelphia Eagles' late-season collapse, it's safe to conclude that the team will undergo a number of adjustments.

The club lost five of its last six games and was eliminated from the playoffs in the first round, losing to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 32-9. 

Given Philadelphia's recent troubles, a roster shuffle is anticipated, and All-Pro safety Kevin Byard has been identified as the team's top probable cap casualty.

Byard was dealt to the Eagles on October 23, therefore he has yet to play a full season with them. Kris Knox of Bleacher Report does not believe he will be given the opportunity.

"The Philadelphia Eagles are in a difficult situation due to the structure of many of their largest contracts. Most of them contain a significant amount of dead money, making simple cuts difficult to identify. 

For example, cornerback James Bradberry, who has underperformed this season, would result in a $17.2 million dead cap charge if released," Knox said on January 16.

"The one easy contract to pinpoint is that of safety Kevin Byard, who was acquired from the Tennessee Titans in October for fifth

sixth-round draft picks and safety Terrell Edmunds."

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