Birds exchange three-time Pro Bowl TE Zach Ertz to Cardinals

The Philadelphia Eagles traded tight end Zach Ertz, a three-time Pro Bowl assurance, to the Arizona Cardinals on Friday, the gatherings announced.

Ertz, 30, is on the last year of his agreement, with a compensation of $5.6 million for 2021.

He got a score pass in the Eagles’ misfortune to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Thursday in Philadelphia. Ertz entered the association as a second-round pick in the 2013 NFL Draft.

Zach Ertz collected a special legacy in Philadelphia Eagles chief and CEO Jeffrey Lurie said in a news release. Talented, outrageous, and energetic, he helped with developing our gathering’s lifestyle and accepted a key part in our thriving all through the long haul.

Zach made so many recollections that will live on everlastingly, from setting various establishment and association records, to coming to across the end zone for the match dominating score in our very first Super Bowl title.

He will consistently be an individual from the Eagles family, not just due to what he achieved on the field, yet in addition as a result of the awesome individual, devoted pioneer, and excellent good example that he was for nine seasons in Philadelphia.

The 6-foot-5 pass catcher pulled in 579 gatherings for 6,267 yards and 38 scores in 123 games for the Eagles.

Dallas Goedert will slide into the best position on the Eagles profundity diagram at the tight end position when he is sound. The Eagles put Goedert on the hold/COVID-19 rundown Tuesday.

Ertz fills a prompt need at the situation for the Cardinals. Maxx Williams, the Cardinals top tight end, was hauled away the field in Week 5 because of a season-finishing knee injury.