Easier said than done, but yes, I believe that's the lesson to the Eagles' roster building.
I travel there and get a chance to talk to many coaches/executives around the league in addition to draft prospects.
Potentially. Can also help on special teams. Something to consider.
I think they spent their big money at WR when they signed Alshon. If they sign a WR, it's more of a depth player.
Good question. I wonder what OTAs are like. We'll find out.
Hard for special teams coordinators to get much head-coaching interest.
Nay -- I think they'll hit on some. They have two top four picks.
I think it's more likely a younger, cost-efficient player.
I think numbers might be tough, especially if the Eagles draft a tackle.
I can't speak for Nick and don't know what he's thinking. But usually, players want a chance to play and a chance to get paid. Hard for either to happen here.
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