Trading or cutting Ertz would save the team $8.5 million with $4.2 million in dead money as opposed to just under $5 million in savings against just under $7.8 million in dead money but the Eagles don't seem inclined to just give the three-time Pro Bowler away.  Ertz skipped the offseason program but has been working out with teammates at the Eagles facility the past two weeks and at this point likely realizes that he is better off playing out his contract with the hope of rebounding and entering the free agent market next spring.  The Eagles could still trade him before the October deadline but may reason that second-year QB Jalen Hurts could benefit from as many season veteran receiving options as possible.  Ertz's staying in Philly will likely lessen Dallas Goedert's fantasy value.