Chris Cardampone is the most decorated player in Eagles history, but the player is a veteran and he has an interesting future as an NFL quarterback.
Cardamone is expected to be a Pro Bowl quarterback for the first time in his career, but he also has a unique skill set.
He is a two-time All-Pro, a Pro Bowler, a three-time Pro Bowl selection, and he was a first-team All-NFL selection in 2017 and 2018.
Cardampone played two seasons in the NFL as a running back and linebacker before signing a four-year, $52 million deal in 2018.
He will be 36 years old by the time the 2019 season begins, but that is an impressive feat for someone who is a player who is considered a very good athlete and can play both guard spots.
Cardamno has been on the field at least twice a game for the Eagles in the past four seasons.
He missed the Eagles Super Bowl last year because of an injury to his knee, but still finished with a career-high 10.6 sacks.
He also led the league with 22 tackles for loss last season.
Cardamello played in 14 games as a defensive tackle for the Jets, who drafted him in the third round of the 2015 NFL Draft.
He has a career grade of 81.4, and his average of 0.7 sacks per game in seven seasons is a career high.
He spent a total of two years in the Jets’ Pro Football Hall of Fame class, as he played in six seasons with the franchise.
Cardamao was the NFL’s third-highest paid player at $4.25 million in 2019, but a number of factors could make that number higher.
One is that the Eagles signed Cardamones first contract with the team in 2016, which paid him $5.75 million in 2020.
The second factor is that Cardamons future is unknown, but if the Eagles decide to cut him in 2019 it will have a major impact on how much he will be paid.
Cardammones future is also unknown, although he is expected in 2018 to return to the NFL.
Cardammones contract with Philadelphia will have two years left, and if he were to return he would receive a signing bonus of $1.5 million, which would make him the highest paid defensive tackle in the Eagles history.
Cardumone has already made some history in the game of football, though.
He played two years at Ohio State University and also played two NFL seasons with Indianapolis Colts, and now he has his sights set on a pro career.
He recently announced that he will play his last game for Philadelphia as a linebacker for the Philadelphia Eagles.
Cardams contract will be the first in his playing career and the third in his pro career, and it should be a nice end to his NFL career.