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From what I understand, Eagles thought a No. 3 QB would be better than a No. 9 offensive lineman. Considering they used all three reserve linemen, I'd say they would have been better off with Pryor or Mailata.
I think center is his best position, but Eagles want to play him at LG. That's the best spot for him to start.
I think the secondary or WR. It all depends what players they expect to get back.
He's developing, playing with the scout team. That's what this year was supposed to be for him.
He's rehabbing, but Eagles are being coy about a return date. I heard not to rule him out for this year yet. Eagles got out of a big chunk of the guaranteed money on the contract, so the long-term deal doesn't hurt them too much right now.
Good question. Probably Johnston because it's a bigger role.
A 5th-round pick. You're absorbing the salary.
It's a possibility. Eagles need to see what their roster needs are at that point.
For a fourth tackle, absolutely. He has legitimate experience. Rare for a fourth tackle.
Ronald Darby. Younger, still a premium position. My guess is Eagles continue addressing pass rusher in the draft.
Eagles feel he's one of their two best cornerbacks and want him on the outside. That's not changing.
I think Eagles will try to extend him right away. And my guess is it's a record-breaking deal.
A little of both. I think on Thursday nights, the more talented team usually wins. Hard to scheme on short rest.
I think Eagles will be more active buyers than sellers.
My guess is Clement gets more work as he gets healthier.
Will find out more tomorrow. Could be this week.
Not necessarily, because they've been missing Sproles and Clement -- the two best options in the screen game.
I think H. Roseman strikes, yes. I like Joseph. I actually like a few players on Oakland -- Cooper, Joseph, and Conley.
Nope, I think it's more getting him comfortable in their scheme.