The Eagles will have to fill Murray’s shoes in a big way, but this isn’t going to be a one-time deal.

Murray is coming off a season where he posted a career-best 9.5 sacks and helped lead the Eagles to the playoffs for the first time since 2009.

He also led the league in quarterback hits and forced fumbles while posting a career best 10.1 yards per pass attempt.

If Murray can’t keep up the production, the Eagles are going to need to find someone to step up and take his place.