Let's take these one-by-one...
1) That's up to the fans to decide. Chip is really using a lot of his equity on Bradford; 2) Do you mean Ryan Mathews? In the NFL, you don't sign and then trade. Takes a cap hit to do it.
Distraction from what? They're not playing any games. I don't think releasing him makes sense. What makes the most sense, in my opinion, is playing Mathis at that salary.
Depends on the player. I don't think anything is off the table.
If they're satisfied with the person, then the player gives a lot of reason for excitement.
I would play more 2TE, with Matthews as the second receiver. But I need to see what the depth chart looks like come training camp.
At No. 20? I don't see that happening. That's a bit too optimistic. and I don't think teams will sour on the "attitude". It will be about football if he drops.
I think it was on him. Maclin produced in the same conditions. So did Matthews. I'm not letting Cooper off the hook.
The defense must show improvement this season, especially with the talent the Eagles tried to acquire. Davis is in charge of the defense, so he's responsible for that improvement.
With both? 0. I don't think Bradford is on the roster if Mariota is on the roster.
I'd go after the talent. If the better talent is WR, that's what I'd do. I don't think you ever want to force a pick.
It's a hard cap in the NFL. Teams must be cap compliant -- it's different than baseball.
I agree. Good tools, and also attractive off the field. He's a name to watch.
I think they could go into the season with the 5 they have -- Maxwell, Thurmond, Boykin, Carroll, Watkins.
I think he's promising with the ball in his hands, but he must do a better job getting the ball in his hands. I think he can play both inside and outside. I don't think football IQ is the issue.
I've said all along -- if you think Mariota can be a Super Bowl-winning QB, then I don't think the cost should be prohibitive. It all depends on their evaluation of Mariota, and their evaluation of Bradford, frankly.
From what I understand, the answer is no. Howie will not talk.
Nope. I don't think two rookies. I think you're more likely to see a returning player in the lineup -- especially if Mathis is moved.
I get very into it; Montgomery is a dynamic player. Strong, athletic, dynamic. Reminds me of Josh Huff last year. I think there would be a bit of duplication.
The Eagles have real problems to solve to win; I don't think the wardrobe is the issue. And I don't see it happening in the near future.
I don't think the two need to be mutually exclusive. It's possible to turn over the roster and win. But you need good QB play and good line play.