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  • Charles Scott and Jorrick Calvin traded before playing an NFL game...

    What do you think this means?

    Eagles trade FB Charles Scott to Arizona for CB Jorrick Calvin, a 6th round draft pick of the Cardinals in 2010 from Troy


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  • #2
    It means the Eagles secondary is thin & undersized.

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    • #3
      Could be two guys who were going to be cut anyway, and this way, each team gets some use out of them by getting something in return.

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      • #4
        I'll take it. Calvin was an undersized kid with potential in the return game, but he didn't impress too much. This could be a move that signals more of a running attack, probably because of the quarterback situation.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by iBoldin View Post
          I'll take it. Calvin was an undersized kid with potential in the return game, but he didn't impress too much. This could be a move that signals more of a running attack, probably because of the quarterback situation.
          Its sounds like Calvin was a mediocre player, as was Scott, unfortunately. Both are now on teams with bigger holes at the psitions, and each has a better chance of sticking with each team now. Hard to get excited either way here.
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          • #6
            Nehemiah Broughton, our FB, tore his ACL, Scott will battle Reagan Maui'a for the job

            Calvin had been passed up by Marshay Green and would of been the 6th CB

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            • #7
              it means Jorrick Calvin and Ellis Hobbs create the greatest cornerback duo in the history of the NFL.

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