Relatively. I don't see them being big spenders, nor do they need to be.
Other teams can't see practice. It would need to be based on word-of-mouth or college tape/scouting process.
It was team-wide -- they had outstanding chemistry all year. It was the right mix of players and personalities.
I'll know far more about this draft after the combine next week.
Nelson Agholor and Mack Hollins.
Yes, I've written that. I can see Beau Allen going elsewhere and the Eagles addressing defensive tackle.
I don't know if Sproles is back. Peters, Wentz, and Hicks are coming off major injuries. But yes, those are big additions, as is Sidney Jones.
It helps, but not as much as calling plays. However, Anthony Lynn went from RB/AHC to head coach, so it's been done.
I imagine it's a bit of both. Happy for Doug and Philadelphia, but wish he was the one who did it.
It's Tom Brady. You need to look at the whole body of work with the secondary. As for Marcus Peters, what would you give up? I think the Eagles like their young cornerbacks.
It all depends on price and what else they do at that position. I don't think it's a Day 1 of free agency priority.
I think he's working more toward the front office at this point.
Good question. Depends on severity is my guess. He missed time during training camp and preseason, but he wasn't on the injury report much during the season.
I like Matthews more than most, but I think the Eagles want to mix-and-match in the formation and view Matthews as mostly a slot WR.
Depends who else is on the board.
Wentz, Smith, Prescott, Manning? Hard to say without knowing how Smith will function in WAS.
I don't think Eagles sign a nickel CB. If they can't keep Robinson, my guess is they go with the young CBs on the roster.
Probably not until the spring.
Sudfeld will stay on the 53.