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  • Eagles own the NFC East
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    Donte Stallworth

    Everyone is forgetting this guy is a FA. Where does he go??? I think the Vikings, hopefully back to the Eagles.

  • LonghornsLegend
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    i was really hoping for the titans, i figured he would want to come back...but i think he wants to make a super bowl even more, and knows the pats could take him there....i dont see any reason the pats dont sign him, but im keeping my fingers crossed fisher can bring him in because i like what he could do for vince, especially with brandon jones opposite

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  • remix 6
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    Stallworth is ON his way to meet w/ Patriots.

    its like XMAS (again.)

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  • smittyjs
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    He is meeting with the Titans this week :)

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  • Eagles own the NFC East
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    Schefter says either the Titans, Patriots or resigning with the Eagles.

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  • TitanHope
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    Nobody is going to give that much guaranteed money to a injury prone player. He will not get his 18 mil signing bonus he is angling for. If there was a team willing to pay him that much he would have been signed already. Its most likely a ploy and he will probably end up in the 10-14 range of guaranteed money, id think.
    With Free Agency panning out like it has so far, I wouldn't be surpised by anything.

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  • eaglesalltheway
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    I read this in the other thread about Donte going to the Pats. Go to that thread if you want to view my opinion on that. I really hope this isn't true.

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  • Larry
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    Anywhere but SF, especially at his asking price.

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  • JoeMontainya
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    This is why noone is throwing money at Donte..........

    NFL | Stallworth reportedly in substance-abuse program
    Mon, 5 Mar 2007 08:14:52 -0800

    ESPN.com reports free agent WR Donte' Stallworth (Eagles), according to a report in The Philadelphia Daily News, is a participant in the league's substance-abuse program and could be subjected to a suspension should he violate terms of the program again. Stallworth has yet to visit any teams this offseason as a free agent.

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  • WarrenMoonHOF
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    why not both

    I don't see the problem with the Pats signing both...Welker for a 2nd is a tad high, but the draft history suggests that rookie wrs are some of the least productive positions. Who knows what will happen with Chad Jackson and trotting out Stallworth/Welker/Caldwell is a nice upgrade.

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  • eaglesalltheway
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    Originally posted by cunningham06 View Post
    Hopefully the lack of information about whats happening with Stallworth means that something is going on behind closed doors with the Eagles front office.
    I really hope thats the case, I would love it if it were to work out that way.

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  • Geo
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    Originally posted by Flyboy View Post
    I remember when we got blasted for trading him. And, now he's chillin' in free agency. *smirks*

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  • cunningham06
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    Hopefully the lack of information about whats happening with Stallworth means that something is going on behind closed doors with the Eagles front office.

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  • 49ersfan_87
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    Originally posted by TitanHope View Post
    He's a burner, and the great deep threat teams value. Now that he's hands down the best WR on the market, it doesn't matter that he's injury prone, which I think most people make a bigger deal out of than it actually is. Larger cap. Lots of teams with plenty of cap space. He'll get his money.

    Nobody is going to give that much guaranteed money to a injury prone player. He will not get his 18 mil signing bonus he is angling for. If there was a team willing to pay him that much he would have been signed already. Its most likely a ploy and he will probably end up in the 10-14 range of guaranteed money, id think.

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  • TitanHope
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    He's a burner, and the great deep threat teams value. Now that he's hands down the best WR on the market, it doesn't matter that he's injury prone, which I think most people make a bigger deal out of than it actually is. Larger cap. Lots of teams with plenty of cap space. He'll get his money.
    Last edited by TitanHope; 03-04-2007, 08:31 PM.

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