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They are getting older. That's why the Eagles will try to load up on picks in 2019 and 2020 -- they'll try to get young talent to work in. Right now, they're going for it while maintaining cap flexibility.
A chance? Yes. I'd be curious the price for Hurns.
My guess is they work something out. Both sides want to make it work.
I think they draft a TE. I can see them taking a wide receiver, but I'd scan the market for one instead. This is a bad WR class.
Those are more special teams upgrades.
Too quiet? I'm not sure what you wanted them to do. They don't have a starting spot to offer. Keeping Bradham was the key.
I think they try to figure out if one of them can play the slot.
My guess is WR is their next move. They'll try to find value.
I think Kendricks is on his way out. I don't know about Darby. He's still inexpensive and he'll likely get them a comp pick in 2020.
With Jeffery, Agholor, and Ertz, they're fine with pass-catching options. Mack Hollins will have a chance to carve a role. But I think they look to add one in free agency.
I think he got rid of too much talent on the roster, but he also added some intriguing pieces and brought in a sports science staff that ushered in a new way of thinking for the team.
If so, it would need to be at the Eagles' price.
Thank you for the nice words. This is what I expected -- more trade-oriented, finding creative ways to upgrade, leaving open the likelihood for comp picks.
I don't think he's finished, but I wouldn't expect major splashes.
Good point. They lose some experience with them. They're relying on the system they have in place and trusting their pipeline. Time will tell. Also, C. Wentz is at a different stage of development.
I don't think so. I think they'd have Foles play under his current deal.
I think they add a WR. There are some possession-type WRs out there like Jordan Matthews and Allen Turns. I wonder if they look for more of a deep threat. The market is not ripe with them. Maybe a Brice Butler-type, or they scan the trade market?
As for first-round pick, I think they trade back into Round 2.
I don't know him well enough, but I haven't heard he's not a high-character player. I wouldn't say the title of the book is indicative of his character. I disagree with you on that one.