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  1. I'm pretty sure Howie is done with signings, it looks like Ertz is not commanding any trade currently, but come draft day i think there will be a trade made with him. TRADES- Zach Ertz traded to Titans for 2022 conditional 7th round pick (becomes 6th if he starts all games, 5th if he eclipses 50 catches) RESIGN- Richard Rodgers TE (1 year) DRAFT- ROUND 1- Jaylen Waddle WR Alabama- Waddle is a generational talent and is kind of stuck behind other generational talent in this draft. He has Tyreek Hill written all over him, having him and Reagor as deep threats, and then Fulgham and Goedert as your possession receivers will help out Jalen Hurts majorly. ROUND 2- Asante Samuel Jr CB Florida State- Asante Jr fills in on the other side of Slay, and is ball-hawk just like his father. Much needed depth at the CB position behind Slay that can help turn the ball over also. ROUND 3- Andre Cisco S Syracuse- Cisco provide more youth that is much needed in the secondary. Cisco could take over for McLeod or Harris after next year. ROUND 3- Tay Gowan CB Central Florida- More much needed depth in the secondary, Gowan can compete for the starting nickel job with Maddox right away. ROUND 4- Quincy Roche EDGE Miami- Rocheis a nice rotational EDGE that could fill in right away on a rotational basis. ROUND 5- Rhamondre Stevenson RB Oklahoma- A big back that the Eagles clearly lack. Can get the 3rd and 1 and goalline carries. Miles Sanders fantasy owners may not like this pick, but he needs to be preserved and continue to be the big play guy. ROUND 6- Kenny Yeboah TE Ole Miss- Yeboah has big play potential. Ole Miss seems to always produce solid TEs. Yeboah could compete for playing time behind Goedert right away. ROUND 6- Bobby Brown III DT Texas A&M- This teams needs a lot of depth, and youth. So build up behind Cox & Hargrave here with Brown, who will compete with Ridgeway and McGill for playing time. ROUND 6- Feleipe Franks QB Arkansas- Franks is a nice project arm that could learn from Flacco, could become a nice backup eventually. ROUND 7- Tony Fields LB West Virginia- More depth for the LB core behind Edwards and Singleton. ROUND 7- Michael Menet C Penn State-Depth along the interior offensive line behind Kelce. DEPTH QB- Hurts, Flacco, Franks RB- Sanders, Scott, Stevenson, WR- Waddle, Fulgham, Reagor, Ward, Hightower, Watkins, Arcega-Whiteside TE- Goedert, Rodgers, Yeboah LT- Mailata, Dillard LG- Seumalo, Dillard C- Kelce, Seumalo, RG- Brooks, Herbig RT- Johnson, Driscoll LE- Graham, Sweat DT- Cox, Ridgeway DT- Hargrave, McGill RE- Barnett, Roche, Ostman LB- Singleton, Taylor, Avery LB- Edwards, Bradley, Fields CB- Slay, Seymour CB- Samuel Jr, James NB- Gowan, Maddox FS- McLeod, Cisco, Adams SS- Harris, Wallace K- Elliot P- Siposs KR- Scott, PR- Reagor LS- Lovato PRACTICE SQUAD- C Menet, WR Tate, DB Arnold, CB Taylor, OT Toth, LB Smith, DT Williams
  2. After acquiring the 12th overall pick from the 49ers, we are looking to stick with Hurts for this year at the very least. This is revised up to the second trade! These next 2 draft are the most 2 crucial drafts in Eagles history. If they hit on half of their picks in the next 2 years, it would be a nice quick turn around, assuming things work with Jalen Hurts as well. TRADES- Zach Ertz traded to Titans for 2021 6th round pick. RESIGN- RB Jordan Howard ROUND 1- DeVonta Smith WR Alabama- With moving back now, the need still lies at WR. Smith is arguably just as good as Chase, if not better. Hurts get a weapon for this year and the chance to load up with weapons. ROUND 2- Greg Newsome CB Northwestern- Newsome is a nice pick here at the top of the 2nd round. He can come in right away and start opposite of Slay. Much needed upgrade in the defensive backfield. ROUND 3- Andre Cisco S Syracuse- Cisco is a steal here in my opinion. He has a chance to compete for a starting job opposite of Anthony Harris right away. Also, Harris on a one year deal also, and Rodney McLeod is coming off injury and not getting any younger. ROUND 3- Ifeatu Melifonwu CB Syracuse- Has freakish athletic ability and could be a lockdown corner. More depth iand youth n the defensive backfield, comes along with his college teammate Cisco as well. ROUND 4- Hunter Long TE Boston College- Long is a nice possession TE that will pair nicely with Goedert. He's a solid in line blocker, sort of reminds me of Chad Lewis in his hey day. ROUND 5- Chauncey Golston DE Iowa- Golston provides more depth along the defensive line which is much needed with the departure of Vinny Curry. ROUND 6- Sadareus Hutcherson OG South Carolina- More youth along the offensive line. Hutcherson is a road grader that could eventually move into a starting role, takes Matt Pryor's spot. ROUND 6- Tedarrell Slaton DT Florida- Depth & youth along the interior defensive line much needed. Slaton is a nice run stopper that could be a Beau Allen type right off the bat. ROUND 6- Tuf Borland LB Ohio State- What better name for a LB other than Tuf? Depth behind Singleton and Edwards, as they showed they can play. Don't forget about Davion Taylor who could develop more this year also. ROUND 6- Victor Dimujeke DE Duke- More youth along the d-line, Graham is older and Barnett is an unknown, and Sweat will be going inot a contract year next year. ROUND 7- Sam Ehlinger QB Texas- Ehlinger is a developmental guy kind of like Sudfeld, that may have potential as a backup after Flacco is done. ROUND 7- Pooka Williams RB Kansas- Depth at RB Behind the rest of the guys. Pooka could be a nice change of pace back, sort of like Boston Scott, but not as bulky. DEPTH OFFENSE QB- Hurts, Flacco, Ehlinger RB- Sanders, Scott, Howard, Williams WR- Smith, Fulgham, Reagor, Ward, Hightower, Watkins TE- Goedert, Long, Wilson LT- Mailata, Dillard LG- Seumalo, Hutcherson C- Kelce, Seumalo RG- Brooks, Herbig RT- Johnson, Driscoll DEFENSE LE- Graham, Sweat DT- Cox, McGill DT- Hargrave, Ridgeway, Slaton RE- Barnett, Golston, Dimujeke LB- Singleton, Taylor, Avery LB- Edwards, Bradley, Borland CB- Slay, Melifonwu CB- Newsome, James NB- Maddox, Seymour FS- McLeod, Cisco, Adams SS- Harris, Wallace K- Elliott P- Siposs
  3. Well we are about a month away from the draft, so with Harris, Adams and Flacco in the fold, the only other moves we think could be made is a trade of Ertz and also a potential restructure of Barnett or potential trade also. TRADES- TE Zach Ertz traded to LAC for 2022 5th round pick. Eagles trade #6 overall pick to Denver for #9 overall pick and #40 overall pick in 2021 DRAFT- ROUND 1) Kyle Pitts TE Florida- In my opinion after watching what Pitts can do, he is a Hall of Fame type of talent that you can't pass up. Team up him and Goedert in the Redzone and defenses will have trouble against us. ROUND 2) Greg Newsome CB Northwestern- Another corner outside of Slay is much needed. Newsome has the length and coverage skills to be a great corner in this league. Day 1 Starter. ROUND 2) Alex Leatherwood OT/OG Alabama- Leatherwood could play almost anywhere on the line. He is likely better suited on the inside for his career, likely the LG of the future if Seumalo moves inside to Center once Kelce retires. ROUND 3) Eric Stokes CB Georgia- More depth in the defensive backfield which is much needed. Stokes could compete with Avonte Maddox for the starting slot corner position, but could be the guy on the other side of Newsome in years to come. ROUND 5) Chauncey Golston EDGE Iowa- Depth that is much needed along the defensive line. Golston can be a nice rotational DE with Sweat and the others. ROUND 5) Tedarrell Slaton DT Florida- Also more youth along the interior defensive line much needed. Slaton is a run stuffer that could fill in as a Beau Allen type right away. ROUND 6) KJ Britt LB Auburn- While Britt won't start right away, he will provide some depth at the LB position behind Edwards and Singleton. Everyone seems to forget Davion Taylor was drafted last year also, so let's not give up on him quite yet. ROUND 6) Rhamondre Stevenson RB Oklahoma- Miles Sanders needs better depth behind him and Stevenson will provide Sanders some relief by getting some of the short yardage touches. Fantasy owners may not be happy, but we need to conserve Miles as much as we can. ROUND 6) Feleipe Franks QB Arkansas- Franks has a big arm and is a nice project as the 3rd string QB to maybe become Hurts' backup of the future. ROUND 7) Frank Darby WR Arizona State- Darby could be a potential sleep here late in the draft. With the limited talent at WR currently, Darby could compete for a spot. DEPTH OFFENSE QB- Hurts, Flacco, Franks RB- Sanders, Scott, Stevenson, Huntley WR- Fulgham, Reagor, Ward, Hightower, Watkins, Arcega-Whiteside TE- Pitts, Goedert, Wilson LT- Mailata, Dillard LG- Seumalo, Leatherwood C- Kelce, Seumalo RG- Brooks, Herbig RT- Johnson, Driscoll DEFENSE LE- Graham, Sweat DT- Cox, Ridgeway DT- Hargrave, Slaton RE- Barnett, Golston, Ostman LB- Edwards, Bradley Britt LB- Singleton, Taylor, Avery CB- Slay, James CB- Newsome, Seymour NB- Maddox, Stokes FS- McLeod, Wallace, Epps SS- Harris, Adams K- Elliot P- Siposs KR- Scott, Watkins PR- Reagor, Ward LS- Lovato PRACTICE SQUAD WR Darby, WR Tate, LB Bachie, TE Jackson, DT Williams, CB Jacquet, S Arnold, RB Holyfield
  4. Honestly right now not much is solidified. Sanders and Goedert will want extensions after this year, they are definite building blocks. QB- Hurts? RB- Sanders WR- Reagor, Fulgham? TE- Goedert OL- Mailata, Seumalo, Driscoll DL- Sweat, Barnett?, Hargrave? LB- Singleton, Edwards? CB- NONE FS- NONE SS- NONE
  5. Well the Carson era is officially over now. We can only hope that we don't regret it majorly. Now comes trying to rebuild this team to where it needs to be. There will still be plenty of cap moves to be made also. TRADES- TE Zach Ertz to TEN for 2021 6th Round pick NOT RETURNING/CAP CASUALTIES- QB Nate Sudfeld, RB Corey Clement, WR Alshon Jeffery, WR DeSean Jackson, WR JJ Arcega-Whiteside, OL Jason Peters, OL Matt Pryor, C Jason Kelce (retired), DE Vinny Curry, DT Malik Jackson, LB Nate Gerry, LB Duke Riley, S Jalen Mills, S Rudy Ford, CB Cre"Von LeBlanc, CB Nickell Robey-Coleman (save $65 mill in cap space) RESIGNED/RESTRUCTURED/EXTENSIONS- LB Alex Singleton,(2 years, $10 mill) DT Hassan Ridgeway (minimum),S Blake Countess(min), RB Jordan Howard (Min) ,TE Richard Rodgers (1 year 2 mill), DE Derek Barnett (extension), DT Fletcher Cox (Restructure), G Brandon Brooks (restructure), CB Darius Slay (restructure), TE Dallas Goedert (extension) (save $30 mill in cap space) FREE AGENTS- QB Jacoby Brissett (2 years $11 mill), DE Solomon Thomas (1 year, $2 mill) DRAFT- Round 1- De"Vonta Smith WR Alabama- Get Hurts the weapons he needs and surround him with as much talent as possible. Smith, Fulgham, Reagor and Goedert are solid weapons along the outside for Hurts, and with Sanders, Howard and Scott in the backfield, we will have a good stable of weapons for Hurts. Round 2- Tyson Campbell CB Georgia- Addressing another major need here on the opposite side of Darius Slay. Campbell comes in right away as a day 1 starter. Keep picking from the SEC pool. Round 3- Paris Ford S Pittsburgh-Ford reminds me a bit of Malcolm Jenkins, a jack of all trades type of safety. He will compete right away with K'Von Wallace for the starting SS spot, and good chance he wins it. Round 3 (from IND)- Jabril Cox LB LSU- Cox is a playmaker at LB and could come in and compete with TJ Edwards for playing time. Cox can play the inside or outside, so having him and Edwards & Singleton in for rushing situations, and Cox and Singleton in passing situations would be ideal. Gives them a playmaker at LB. Round 5- Kary Vincent Jr CB LSU- Picking more from the SEC pool here. Vincent provides more depth in the defensive backfield, and could be a potential riser for the future. Round 5- Drake Jackson C Kentucky- Jackson has a lot of similar qualities as Kelce currently has, hes smaller and has the ability to control the line. Jackson could be a steal here, Seumalo will be the Center initially, but Jackson may take over at C and Seumalo slides back to LG if Dillard doesn't work out at LG. Round 6- Chauncey Golston DE Iowa- Youth is much needed along the defensive line, so bringing in Golston to provide a pass rush boost in the defensive line rotation. Round 6 (from TEN) -Sam Ehlinger QB Texas- Ehlinger may go higher than this, he has potential to become a solid backup in the league in my opinion. He may have to stay on the roster like Sudfeld so that other teams do not grab him. Round 7- Nick Eubanks TE Michigan- Depth at TE is much needed as well. If Goedert gets hurt, it will be Rodgers, Eubanks and either Perkins/Wilson/Croom/Jackson? Eubanks has potential to be a nice steady posession TE behind Goedert. DEPTH QB- Hurts, Brissett, Ehlinger* RB- Sanders, Howard, Scott, Holyfield* WR- Smith, Fulgham, Reagor, Ward, Hightower, Watkins TE- Goedert, Rodgers, Eubanks* LT- Mailata, Dillard LG- Dillard, Herbig C- Seumalo, Jackson RG- Brooks, Driscoll RT- Johnson, Driscoll LE- Graham, Sweat DT- Cox, Ridgeway DT- Hargrave, McGill* RE- Barnett, Thomas, Golston* LB- Edwards, Cox, Bradley* LB- Singleton, Taylor, Avery CB- Slay, Vincent Jr CB- Campbell, James CB- Maddox, Seymour FS- McLeod, Countess, Epps* SS- Ford, Wallace, *-game day scratches K- Elliott P- Johnston KR- Scott, Watkins PR- Reagor, Ward LS- Lovato
  6. I would say he gets his 5th year option, because he is risky potential extension. He is okay, but not worth signing for money he would likely get on the open market. Sort of like Agholor in his last year of his deal
  7. Well with the rumors out there that a trade will be happening soon, here is my speculation of a trade potentially happening. The staff is pretty much in place now. This year is going to be a rebuilding year for sure, so look for other potential trades for guys that have big contracts like Johnson, Brooks, Graham, Cox & Slay as well. This is what I think could make us the most competitive though too. TRADES- QB Carson Wentz traded to Indianapolis for 2021 1st round pick, 2021 4th round pick & 2022 2nd round pick. TE Zach Ertz traded to Tennessee for 2021 4th round pick. RELEASED/RETIRING/NOT RETURNING- QB Nate Sudfeld, RB Corey Clement, WR DeSean Jackson, WR Alshon Jeffery, WR JJ Arcega Whiteside, LT Jason Peters, C Jason Kelce, DT Malik Jackson, DE Genard Avery, DEVinny Curry, LB Nate Gerry S Jalen Mills, CB Nickell Robey-Coleman, CB CreVon LeBlanc, ($65 mill in cap space saved) RESTRUCTURED- K Jake Elliot, DE Brandon Graham, S Rodney McLeod, RG Brandon Brooks ($30 mill in cap space saved) RESIGNED- RB Jordan Howard, LB Alex Singleton, LB Duke Riley, TE Richard Rodgers FREE AGENCY- QB Tyrod Taylor (2 years 3 mill), DE Solomon Thomas (1 year 2 mill) DRAFT- ROUND 1- DeVonta Smith WR Alabama- Smith is the best value player at a position of need here. Smith gives Hurts one more of weapons he is going to need. Smith is an Antonio Brown clone in my opinion. ROUND 1 (from IND)- Jaycee Horn CB South Carolina- Horn is a top notch corner that may potentially go higher. Would've preffered Surtain or Farley, but Horn is a nice consolotion. Comes from a school that produces top notch DBs. ROUND 2- Trevon Moehrig S TCU- The need for a safety that can adequately replace what was lost by Malcolm Jenkins is huge. Jalen Mills was average last year in his role, and at this point will probably be looking for too much money, which he definitely is not worth. Moehrig is an Earl Thomas type of safety that every team should have now. ROUND 3- Creed Humphrey C Oklahoma- Humphrey comes in as a nice value with the retirement of Jason Kelce. Hurts already has chemistry with Humphrey as he was his Center in College also. ROUND 4 (from IND)- Monty Rice LB Georgia- Rice comes in and provides nice depth at LB that will be needed with TJ Edwards and Alex Singleton. I believe the Eagles will likely use more 3 LB sets in this defense with Jonathan Gannon. ROUND 4 (from TEN)- Shaun Wade CB Ohio State- More depth in the defensive backfield again with this pick. Wade had a down year but could bounce back with good coaching. Wade and Horn could be the corners of the future here. ROUND 5- Chris Rumph II EDGE Duke- Some more youth along the defensive line will be needed sorely. Their two top players on the line are both going to be over 30 next year (Graham will be 33). Rumph could fill in like Josh Sweat, as Sweat will likely start to take an even bigger role on. ROUND 5 (From DAL)- Kobie Whiteside DT Missouri- More youth and depth along the interior DL. Whiteside fits in as a nice rotational DT that could eventually take over once Cox leaves. ROUND 6 Tony Poljan TE Virginia- Poljan is a huge target that could be a redzone threat. Having him and Goedert in the Redzone could be nice for Jalen Hurts. ROUND 7- Feleipe Franks QB Arkansas- Franks is a project for sure, but he has all the measurables (size, arm, strength) he may have to be on the roster because of his potential. PROJECTED DEPTH CHART QB- Hurts, Taylor, Franks RB- Sanders, Howard, Scott, Huntley WR- Smith, Fulgham, Reagor, Ward, Hightower, Watkins TE- Goedert, Rodgers, Poljan LT- Mailata, Dillard LG- Seumalo, Herbig C- Humphrey, Seumalo RG- Brooks, Pryor RT- Johnson, Driscoll LE- Graham, Sweat, Rumph II DT- Cox, Whiteside DT- Hargrave, McGill RE- Barnett, Thomas, Rumph II SLB- Taylor, Rice MLB- Edwards, Bradley WLB- SIngleton, Riley CB- Slay, Seymour CB- Horn, James NB- Maddox, Wade FS- Moehrig, Epps SS- McLeod, Wallace K- Elliot P- Johnston LS- Lovato
  8. trask is trash, we are not picking a qb in the 2nd round 2 years in a row. if we take a qb it will be with our top pick
  9. I think the hope with Sirianni is that he fixes Wentz. Hurts should be on the way out IMO and get a backup like CJ Beathard that also has a similar personality
  10. Per Everyone, Schefeter, Rappoport, Garofolo I like it. Should be interesting the staff he assembles.
  11. This is a simple breakdown of what I think will happen this offseason with projected hires for each coach and position coach as well. This is also going by reports that are out there of what may happen. Coaching Staff- HC- Josh McDaniels OC/Asst Head Coach- Duce Staley DC- Teryl Austin ST- Dave Fipp QB- Ben McAdoo RB- Duce Staley WR-Aaron Moorehead TE- Justin Peele OL-Doug Marrone DL- Anthony Weaver LB- Vinnie Sunseri DB-Kris Richard Not Coming Back in 2021 not including trades- QB Nate Sudfeld, RB Jason Huntley, WR Alshon Jeffery, WR DeSean Jackson, WR JJ Arcega-Whiteside, OL Jason Peters, OL Matt Pryor, OL Brett Toth, DE Vinny Curry, DT Malik Jackson, CB Nickell Robey-Coleman, S Rudy Ford (save $50 mill in cap space) Restructured- QB Carson Wentz, OG Brandon Brooks, OT Lane Johnson, DT Fletcher Cox, K Jake Elliott, S Rodney McLeod (Cut then resigned)(save $45 mill in cap space), Trades- I might get heat for this but like I said this is what direction I feel the organization is going in, not on what I hope will happen, more of what will actually happen. QB Jalen Hurts traded to PIT for 2021 1st Round pick- Howie flips Hurts while his value is high. I think its evident that Doug likely pushed for the Hurts pick as more comes out about his and Wentz's relationship. This may be a sellers remorse type of trade or it could be a Sam Bradford type of value trade. It's evident the organization is in favor of Wentz being the guy long term, just surrounding him with the correct people is vital. TE Zach Ertz traded to TEN for 2021 5th round pick- Ertz's trade value is low right now. If he wouldve had a good season you may of been able to get a 3rd for him, but Tennessee is looking to take the next step with their offense, and Ertz may provide them with a spark. Resign- S Jalen Mills 2 years 8 Mill, LB Alex Singleton 3 years 10 Mill, LB Duke Riley 2 years 3 mill, TE Richard Rodgers 1 year 1 mill, RB Jordan Howard 1 year 1 mill Free Agents- QB CJ Beathard (2 years 2 mill), DT Davon Godchaux 1 year 2 mill Draft- KEN DORSEY ADVISING WILL MAKE BETTER DECISIONS ON DRAFT DAY Round 1- Ja'Marr Chase WR LSU- Wish we could get Smith but have a real good feeling he is going to go to Miami at 3 to reunite with Tua. Chase took off a year, but honestly could wind up being the better of the two. He is more physically gifted, and has true #1 receiver measurables. Chase comes in as WR 1 right off the bat to give to Wentz. Round 1 (from PIT)- Jaycee Horn CB South Carolina-Horn could potentially go higher than this, but we shall see what happens come draft day. Corner is an obvious need here and putting Horn on the other side of Slay, who excelled in Austin's defense the most in DET, could immediately make our defensive backfield a very good one. Round 2- Creed Humphrey OL Oklahoma- With the possibility of Jason Kelce retiring even this offseason, a replacement plan is going to be needed soon. Even if Seumalo moves to Center, then that leave a hole at LG. Humphrey is flexible to play both positions also and could be a C or G. Round 3- Asante Samuel Jr. CB Florida State- Samuel Jr has dropped a bit because of his size concerns and that he may be more regarded as being a slot only type of corner. With that said, the Eagles need a guy to hold down the slot. Samuel could come in right away and start in the slot and leave Maddox to be used more as a 3rd safety and backup in the defensive backfield. Round 5- Aidan Hutchinson DE Michigan- Hutchinson could be a potential steal here honestly. He could learn under fellow Michigan alum Brandon Graham for a couple years and become something. Hutchinson at the least provides more depth along the defensive line. Round 5 (From DAL)- Brenton Cox Jr LB Florida- In Teryl Austin's system, he uses more of a hybrid, Cox could prove to be a guy used in running down situation when he would have 3 LBs in the game potentially. Round 5 (from TEN)- Reed Blankenship S Midd Tenn St- Building more on building better depth in the defensive backfield. Blankenship could be a huge contributor on special teams to start out, then potentially provide depth as a safety when we move on from McLeod and potentially Mills as well. Round 6- Jeremy Ruckert TE Ohio State- Ruckert is your prototypical TE with the size, hands, and blocking ability. He is a nice possesion TE that could be a nice second option to Dallas Goedert potentially. Round 6 (comp)- Haskell Garrett DT Ohio State- With Malik Jackson gone, depth behind Cox and Hargrave will be crucial. Garrett could be a nice add in right away along with T.Y. McGill as the depth behind Cox and Hargrave. Round 6 (comp)- Feleipe Franks QB Arkansas- Franks is another arm to have on the roster and has a good arm. Could be the next Nate Sudfeld and ride being a 3rd QB for a while in his career. Round 7- Cole Van Lauren OL Wisconsin- Known for producing good offensive lineman, Van Lauren could be a practice squad guy that cracks the 53 with injuries. Round 7 (comp)- LaQuan Johnson EDGE Central Michigan- Johnson is another EDGE guy that has potential to be a nice fit in this system. DEPTH QB- Wentz, Beathard, Franks RB- Sanders, Howard, Scott, Holyfield WR- Chase, Fulgham, Reagor, Ward, Hightower, Watkins TE- Goedert, Rodgers, Ruckert LT- Mailata, Dillard LG- Seumalo, Herbig C- Kelce, Humphrey RG- Brooks, Driscoll RT- Johnson, Driscoll LE- Graham, Sweat DT- Cox, Godchaux DT- Hargrave, McGill RE- Barnett, Avery, Hutchinson LB- SIngleton, Riley, Taylor LB- Edwards, Bradley, Cox CB- Slay, Seymour CB- Horn, James NB- Samuel Jr, Maddox FS- McLeod, Blankenship SS- Mills, Wallace 3rd S- Maddox, Epps K- Elliott P- Johnston LS- Lovato Practice Squad OL Van Lauren OL Juriga TE Jackson WR Burnett CB Jacquet WR Tate This draft overall solidifies the future of the offensive line, sures up the defensive backfield and sures up depth at LB as well. The WR core is now loaded with talent, Fulgham could reemerge as Wentz's #1, or he coud fall off the face of the earht completely. Chase is a sure talent, Reagor is a better slot and can be used for punt returns as well.
  12. also note this was posted before last night's game. Sudfeld probably played his last NFL game last night, honestly.
  13. Now with a report that Carson Wentz wants out, they are going to have to do a bunch of maneuvering with his contract. They expect that Jalen Hurts will be the answer at QB now. Doug is coming back, but there will need to be changes made. Schwartz isn't coming back already. COACHING- OC- Ken Dorsey (Bills QB Coach)- Dorsey was the QB Coach for Cam in his MVP season, and also for Josh Allen this season. He has a good reputation with running QBs and could be a nice ear for Jalen Hurts. Dorsey also takes over as primary QB Coach. DC- Dan Quinn (Former Falcons HC)- Quinn is a proven top defensive coordinator, as he was instrumental with the LOB in their prime. Put similar players in place, and he will make this defense bakck to where it needs to be. OTHER CHANGES- Press Taylor becomes Offensive Assistant and Assistant QB Coach. RESTRUCTURED- A lot of restructuring will need to be done to work with this cap. DT Fletcher Cox, K Jake Elliott, DE Brandon Graham, C Jason Kelce, OG Brandon Brooks, OT Lane Johnson, CB Darius Slay ($60 Mill in Cap space saved by restructuring) RESIGNED- QB Nate Sudfeld (2 years) S Jalen Mills (2 years), LB Alex Singleton (3 years), RB Jordan Howard (1 year), TE Richard Rodgers (1 year), S Rudy Ford (1 year), ($7 Mill total cap hit) FREE AGENTS- QB Robert Griffin III (1 year), DE Charles Harris (1 year) ($3 mill total cap hit) RELEASED/RETIRED/NOT RETURNING- OT Jason Peters, WR DeSean Jackson, WR Alshon Jeffery, DE Vinny Curry, DT Hassan Ridgeway, S Rodney McLeod, RB Corey Clement, CB Cre'Von LeBlanc, DT T.Y. McGill, DE Genard Avery, G Matt Pryor, WR JJ Arcega-Whiteside, WR Marquise Goodwin ($31 Mill in Cap Space Saved) TRADES- QB Carson Wentz and 2022 6th round pick traded to Indianapolis for 2021 2nd round pick and 2022 3rd round pick, turns to 2nd if Wentz makes playoffs by 2022. TE Zach Ertz traded to New England for 2021 4th round & 2022 5th round pick. DT Malik Jackson traded to Kansas City for 2021 6th round pick. DRAFT- Getting as much support on defense is crucial for this team, but also making sure Jalen Hurts has as much support as possible is crucial. ROUND 1- DeVonta Smith WR Alabama- Hurts get a weapon from Alabama, reminds me a lot of Antonio Brown or Marvin Harrison. Excellent route runner, doesn't drop anything. ROUND 2- Derion Kendrick CB Clemson-The 2nd round and 3rd round is going to look similar to how the eagles drafted in 2002 with Sheppard, Brown and Lewis. Kendrick starts the much needed reload in the defensive backfield. ROUND 2 (from IND)- Asante Samuel Jr. CB Florida State- CB is a huge need as always it seems like. Samuel has a lot of the same insticts as his Dad has, and could be a nice fill in right away and take over in the slot right away and let Maddox be used as a 3rd safety, dime back, and depth, which he is better off for. ROUND 3- Trevon Moehrig S TCU- Quinn gets his Earl Thomas type at the top of the 3rd round in Moehrig. Moehrig is a Centerfielder and could prove to be a steal here at thsi point in the third round. The top 4 picks here all make immediate impacts. ROUND 4 (from NE)-Justyn Ross WR Clemson- Ross drops off a bit due to injury concerns, but was initially a lock to be a first round pick before getting injured. Would not be surprised he goes back to school. ROUND 5- Jeremy Ruckert TE Ohio State- Ruckert has good hands and could be a nice redzone threat right off the bat. He is a nice old fashioned possesion TE like a Jason Witten. (Not saying he is Jason Witten) ROUND 5 (from DAL)- Ronnie Perkins EDGE Oklahoma- We are definitely going to need more edge rushers with this likely being Brandon Graham's last year in midnight green and Josh Sweat due for an extension after next year as well. Perkins can be a rotational DE that comes in for pass rush situations. ROUND 6-Jordan WIlliams DT Clemson- With Malik Jackson gone, some depth along the interior DL will be needed. Williams is a big body that could come in similar to Beau Allen and help in running situations. FOr now he is just depth ROUND 6 (from KC)- Amari Gainer LB Florida State- Gainer is a very rangy LB, that could of benefited from coming back for another season most likely, but could potentially become something with good coaching. ROUND 7- Roger McCreary CB Auburn- More depth in the defensive backfield. McCreary has the length and build to eventually contribute Iniitially will probably be a game day scratch with rosters likely going back to 46 on game day. DEPTH CHART OFFENSE QB- Hurts, Griffin III, Sudfeld RB- Sanders, Howard, Scott, Holyfield WR- Smith, Fulgham, Reagor, Ross, Hightower, Watkins TE- Goedert, Rodgers, Ruckert LT- Mailata, Dillard LG- Seumalo, Herbig C- Kelce, Seumalo RG- Brooks, Driscoll RT- Johnson, Driscoll DEFENSE LE- Graham, Sweat, Perkins DT- Cox, J.Williams DT- Hargrave, R.Williams RE- Barnett, Harris, Ostman LB- Singleton, Taylor, Gainer LB- Edwards, Bradley, Smith CB- Slay, James CB- Kendrick, Seymour NB- Samuel Jr., Maddox FS- Moehrig, Maddox, Epps SS- Mills, Wallace, Ford
  14. Barnett still has one more year on deal with 5th year option. I did put Singleton in as being resigned.
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