Yes, I'd expect some reshuffled seats in the next month. I can't tell you who specifically at this point. Could be some promotions.
I don't see Eagles trading Darby. He's a starting CB. If he leaves in free agency, Eagles will likely get a comp. pick better than what they'd get via trade.
I need to see Reaves on the field first. But yes, Sullivan is a hitter.
There's no signage and graphics throughout. I'll see more in the coming weeks.
He'll need to play his way onto the roster. But if you didn't think they were drafting a TE this year, you haven't been reading.
I need to see him on the field. Coming off a major injury. But I wouldn't bet against him. I think he's their punt returner and used in space on offense.
Yes, I do. Ngata is a good player. And the reality is the Eagles will play their DEs inside on passing downs.
What about the two games before when they stopped Atlanta and Minnesota? I wouldn't overreact to Tom Brady playing well in the Super Bowl.
Not right now, but the season doesn't start until September. I think it'll be a process, but both will be ready Week 1.
I don't have all the details. But Jenkins is certainly someone who speaks his mind. Jenkins puts thought into what he does. I imagine he weighed the benefits and the potential drawbacks and is comfortable with his decision.
For the 53? Need to see if Pumphrey improved from last year. Shelton Gibson can help more as a gunner. I guess I'd say Gibson, but good question.
I haven't even seen them play in 2018! So this is hard to do. But I do think more than half of them are gone. And one of them will be Foles -- he'll start somewhere else in 2019.
I'd say 11 or 12. But depends on Wentz's health.
A little bit of both. Ajayi will have a bigger role, but doesn't take all of Blount's snaps.
I'd say Eagles, because I don't think Sixers are winning this year. Phillies won't win this year, either. Eagles have a chance.
Thank you for all the questions. Let's do this again next week.