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  • #31
    so you think that the eagles would consider trading for Deangelo Hall? I heard some guy call in 610 WIP and ask that and they said no, but I think him and Lito would be worth all the off feild stuff.


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    • #32
      I don't think that the Eagles would pay the price for him. I think the Falcons would want more than just the Eagles first rounder. I also doubt that he's even available...



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      • #33
        Plus what would we do with Sheldon Brown? He has had a solid season and had a great one last year. I don't know if you are suggesting moving him to safety, but I would disagree with that move. Plus, I am not a big fan of DeAnglo Hall, he is overrated becuase of his speed if you ask me.
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        • #34
          I have heard of moving him to safety later in his career, I dunno, i just thought for the right price he would be a good addition

          heres my short wishlist, NOTE: some of the guys below may not even be available.

          -Jared Allen-UFA who was mentioned as a possible pick-up in the Inquirer http://www.philly.com/philly/sports/...ttle_late.html

          -Lee Evans- guy who can stretch the feild and who would fit in well (hasn't been mentioned at all but i like this guy)

          -Chad Johnson-everyone has heard the talk of this one but this is all talk and hes probably not going anywhere

          If the Eagles could get Allen and a #1 WR, it would be a great offseason, kind off like '04


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          • #35
            I don't foresee Allen going anywhere. I think the Chiefs really like the Hali-Allen combo. I also believe that the team would have to overpay for a guy with a spotty off-field history. He is talented to be sure, but I just don't see it.



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            • #36
              I think the Bills like Evans as their #1 WR. If you look at him, he's probably their only offensive weapon in the passing game right now. Teams that think of themselves "on the rise" don't believe in giving up former first round picks with explosive play potential. I doubt he goes anywhere.



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              • #37
                Chad Johnson is an interesting idea, but he's too costly and too expensive right now. I'm not certain that the Bengals will move him. He's a bit of a distraction, but he's never gotten into trouble off the field. I think they need that on their team.



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                • #38
                  Well how much money are the eagles looking to have after this year? Maybe a release of Kearse (I know we'd get an extra 4.4 mil if he was released) and Howard would give us abit more money to take on Chad's contract.

                  Here is other philly fans talking about this move.

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                  • #39
                    I heard Bernard Berrian mentioned on Comcast last night, would that be a worthwhile FA aquisition? I don't really see it. The only way I see the Eagles getting a WR is if they can get a top-notch one cheap, and lets face it, how often does that happen? I also heard something about Dallas Clark. If Indy would let him reach FA, which will most likely not happen, he would be the one FA I would want the Eagles to pursue the hardest. He would be costly, but he has the perfect tools to excell in our system, and he would help the West-Coast system that Reid uses immensely. If he were to come to Philly, I would expect a highly explosive offense for the next few years. What are some other FAs that could be good fits in Philly? I have been occupied with other things for a long time, so I will have some refreshing to do.
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                    • #40
                      I can't stand Dallas Clark. He leads the league in drops and Brent Celek will be better than him in a couple years.

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                      • #41
                        There is no need to spend a ton of money bringing Dallas Clark in. He's a good target, but his blocking is spotty. I think he will get overpaid to stay in Indy or overpaid to play somewhere else. I think the Eagles need to bolster their defensive front more than they need TE help.



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                        • #42
                          Berrian is an interesting possibility. He has significant deep speed, but he also runs quality routes. I don't personally believe in paying #2 WR's #1 WR money, but he might be worth a look at a Curtis-like contract. The problem becomes that his presence would push Reggie Brown and/or Curtis back to the #3 role, and it would marginalize guys like Baskett and Avant, who are pretty solid. Truth be told, I kind of like the WR's the Eagles have right now.



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                          • #43
                            If you guys recall, I have been saying that McNabb should be back next season pretty much all of 2007. Are you guys still on board with this kind of plan?



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                            • #44
                              Seriously though if we don't draft a good safety then there are going to be problems. Unless the Eagles are looking to do something crazy like move Sheldon to Safety and draft a corner in round 1 or 2. But then we would have 2 safeties that are similar to each other, in Brown and Considine. Both could play the pass well, but no sure on the run, or blitzing.

                              I am still on the Kenney Phillips boat, I don't know if that is going to happen, now that we are 8-8, but we will see.

                              DE-we cut Jevon, and give Howard one more chance, we still draft a DE.

                              Draft in order of importance

                              S, secondary depth, KR/PR/WR-playmaker, O-line, DE,

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                              • #45
                                I think OLine and DE are #2 and #3 on the list. If you need bodies to play a full season, it takes priority over depth in the secondary. I think KR is a priority, but they could address that in FA.



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