4. James Bradberry, Philadelphia Eagles
Bradberry moved from one NFC East team (Giants) to another (Eagles) in 2022. And he put together an All-Pro type of season.
Bradberry had 44 tackles, 17 passes deflected, and three interceptions in 17 games for the Eagles. He was named to the All-Pro second team last year, and lining up opposite Pro Bowler Darius Slay helped Philadelphia become elite in the secondary.
Most could argue that the Eagles' corner should be higher on this list, especially after the season he's coming off of. According to Player Profile, Bradberry didn't allow more than 45 receiving yards against any player last year.
Of course, he lines up against most WR2s. Still, he was able to lock down some solid names like Brandon Aiyuk, D.J. Chark, and Adam Thielen during the 2022 season. Most people will also remember him from the Super Bowl when he held former Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Juju Smith-Schuster on a crucial third down late in the game.
Bradberry is a solid corner that always seems to make plays defensively.