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I only want him if Donte is gone for sure, which it pretty much is at this point. I hope we spend the money wisely though, because I still want a shot at Hamlin. I want Donte over either of them though, but that is for another thread.
He can't start for us, I'd much rather see good ole' Greg Lewis starting then Curtis. Kevin is a slot receiver and not much more than that. I'd love him for the slot but if he's starting I'd be very mad
Curtis is a good fit for the slot. The Eagles already have two slot guys in Lewis and Avant, who arent going anywhere. Curtis has speed but didnt go deep very often. At this point I'd take Brown, Baskett, Avant over Brown, Curtis, one of the three.
If we sign Curtis, he would battle with Baskett for #2 receiver. I don't know who would win, buy whoever loses will be #3 (of course) and will still produce. The Eagles technically don't have #1 or #2 receivers, but that is how I would see it IMO.
If we sign Curtis, do you think he'll be a starter or in the slot? He seems to fit the slot very well but he is probably more talented than all our recievers with the exception of Reggie Brown up to this point.
He could be either, but in our offense I see him as our #2 receiver. He was the slot guy in St. Louis, but he was behind two very good receivers in Tory Holt and Isaac Bruce. He will be our #2 reciever in my mind but I don't think we will offer him a long term deal, maybe one or two years.
Curtis could be a number 1 for the Eagles, I think a lot of you underestimate him because he was a slot in St. Louis due to playing behind Holt and Bruce. He can play and he has good speed and can spread the D. There's not doubt he's at least the #2 for the Eagles, and to say he'd have to battle to be the #3 is ridiculous.