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I've thought all along based on resources and draft picks, Arizona was the best fit. We'll see what happens. I wouldn't rule out the Bills having a bridge quarterback, though, especially with a ready-made roster. But it certainly wouldn't be a first-round pick from Buffalo if they move up to take a QB.
Pumphrey will be completely healthy this spring and he's added muscle. I'm curious to see him. Darren Sproles is a unique player. That's a hard comparison. But Pumphrey will have a chance to earn a role.
If he's released, then I would have interest in him. But not in a trade.
I'd be very surprised, especially after the Michael Bennett trade. I think the Eagles will try to trade Curry in the next 24 hours.
I think they have a window now and they'll continue to add young pieces in the draft. Derek Barnett and Fletcher Cox are foundational pieces.
If the Eagles keep Patrick Robinson, then I think Darby would be the most likely candidate to be moved considering he's on an expiring deal.
I'd be very surprised if that happened. I think Graham stays in Philly.
Not in terms of dollars, but if A. Hitchens got $9M/year, you'd think that sets a market for LBs.
Potentially, but not big-ticket players. They'll see who's released. You mentioned Austin. That's one that would make sense to me, especially because of his background with Groh and his ability to help in the return game.
A veteran LB? Maybe a Derrick Johnson-type. I think you need to see what happens with other signings first.
My guess is they get everyone's contracts aligned on years and maybe some title changes and more money distributed.
Terrelle Pryor? He didn't help his case last season. As a flier, Eagles could do far worse.
It's a very deep RB class. I wouldn't rule out the Eagles taking a RB at No. 32. In the fourth round, what if someone like K. Ballage or R. Freeman drops? Those are players to watch.
I disagree. He's not greedy or selfish. Why should he give back more money? If it's lowering his cap hit to push the cap charge to future years, OK. But no player should be considered greedy for expecting their contract to be honored.
Depending on health, it's worth considering.
Did you watch him last season? He played at a really high level. If he's healthy, he's a good LT. That's why.
Both. I'd want a veteran in there to compete, and a high draft pick to develop. Too much injury risk with Kendricks and Hicks, too. If Bradham walks, they need to keep Kendricks.
Potentially. I can see Worley as a candidate.
I'd look hard at him if the market doesn't take shape, but my guess is he finds more money and opportunity elsewhere.