I thought I did -- I think we'll know more around the draft. It depends what the market bears.
I still see the Eagles drafting a RB.
Hard to emphasize more than they have, to be honest. They've been very aggressive with bonuses. But it will remain a part of their team-building approach.
Fair question. I think many of the players are wired that way, but some of it might be artificial. Hard to be underdogs when you just won the Super Bowl.
It will be hard to say with Foles and Sudfeld both back. I can see them doing it if they didn't have a backup QB under contract right now or if they dealt Foles.
But they'll have a practice-squad QB.
I wouldn't say trade value. This is a big offseason for both. The team has more invested in Pumphrey, but it's not out of the question to move away from a fourth-round pick after one year.
Absolutely. And he has earned it. I also see Doug is more confident.
That's one of them. I also think Aaron Rodgers' health is a factor, too...
Because he was inactive once they acquired Ajayi.
They needed Barner for punt returns.
We'll see. Team is confident in Peters. He'll be back next season.
I do like it. I think it's more clear. I'd rather more chances of catches than more chances of incompletions.
With what money? Don't think Eagles have paid him. They would have lost Bradham.
I don't think they were going to make a big financial commitment to Allen. Ngata is a No. 3 DT for this year and they'll develop behind him. Elijah Qualls is a player to watch.
Interesting question. I'd say Rodney McLeod is better than people think. He gets criticized too much based on one play in Cincinnati. But I think he's a high-level player.
They signed him and will take a look at him this summer. Pederson mentioned him this morning.
Hicks and Bradham and allocate Kendricks' money elsewhere.
I think it might be center, to be honest. But I think he'll fit as a backup lineman.
Practices at the stadium are open to public. At the facility, you need to be invited.
Absolutely. I'd try to work out an extension.