I can see Agholor getting more work on the outside, but it depends how their receiving corps looks.
Quiet in DC? Didn't Washington make a QB change and add Paul Richardson? There hasn't been a repeat winner in the NFC in the past decade. Cowboys with Prescott, Elliott, and that O-line will be a challenge. But Eagles will be the obvious favorite.
Yes, I think so. I can see them packaging 1 and a Day 3 pick for two Day 2 picks.
They'll add to the backfield in the draft.
They like Mack Hollins and Shelton Gibson as potential field-stretchers, too.
They'll have opportunities. I can't say for sure they'll be on the team. Brown is atop that list, having spent last year on practice squad.
Intriguing possibility. Athletically, he's outstanding.
They did last year -- look at C. Clement. They need to find the right ones.
Not at all. I don't think they keep Ajayi in 2019, so it's a long-term need.
They can't address every position. So they need to trust that someone they drafted will develop, too. But if Hicks is healthy, I bet they try to keep him and have Bradham and Hicks at that spot.
I've said all along I'd look hard at the free agent safeties -- I really like Vacarro for the Eagles. It's all a question fo price, of course.
They're passionate fans. I wasn't aware of a rivalry between the fan bases, but I suppose it's a good thing. Two good teams with good fan bases.
It's so hard to say who the most likely pick at No. 32 is. If someone does, they'd be lying. So much could happen. If I had to guess right now, I'd say maybe Sony Michel or Christian Kirk. But I really don't know.
If Vaitai is willing to switch.
A pay cut? Players are usually only asked to take pay cuts if the alternative is cutting them. Eagles aren't cutting those players.
You usually want to restructure players who have years remaining and are going to play out their deals because you can stretch that money out.
He'll get a look. I think the Eagles still add to that group.
Hollins is the front-runner to get Smith's role. Brewer's relationship with Hollins helps. but the team liked Hollins independent of that hire.