Ray75 Posted December 28, 2020 Share Posted December 28, 2020 Another week in the books, another offseason scenario. No Wentz trade this time around but with Chase off the board at 6th overall, we do trade down. GM Howie Roseman HC Doug Pederson OC Ken Dorsey (Bills QB coach) DC Demeco Ryans (Niners LB coach) Yes, Howie’s still the GM but he won’t be making the selections on draft weekend. That one will be on Andy Weidl with John Dorsey here as an advisor. Trades; Zack Ertz to the Arizona Cardinals for a 4th in 2021. Malik Jackson to the Las Vegas Raiders for a 6th in 2021. Gone; DJax, Jeffery, NRC, Curry, Riley, Brown, Ford, Opeta, Gerry, Juringa, Sudfeld, Perkins, Clement Keep; Singleton, Johnston, Ridgeway, LeBlanc, Mills, Scott, Rodgers, Ward Retire; Jason Kelce and Jason Peters Restructure/pay cut; Fletcher Cox, Brandon Graham FA; We’ll be quiet! We’ve nothing to spend! Maybe a role player here or there but nothing substantial. Draft; Trade alert! Eagles trade out of the top 10 with the NE Patriots for a 1st and 2nd this year and a 2nd in 2022. 1) Rashod Bateman, WR, Minnesota; Favorably compared to Michael Thomas by Daniel Jeremiah, Bateman has experience playing outside and in the slot. He uses a variety of releases to beat press coverage, is a very precise/clean route runner and very physical and aggressive after the catch. 2) Asante Samuel Jr, CB, Florida State; Although on the smaller side at a 5.10 ft Samuel Jr. is aggressive, super quick and has tremendous balance to make tackles. He plays under control and rarely misses on tackles and has limited mental errors. 2) Jaelan Phillips, DE, Miami; Phillips has been a dominant force for the Hurricane at defensive end, totaling 45 tackles, 15.5 tackles for loss, eight sacks, and one interception in ten games. 3) Andre Cisco, S, Syracuse; Although injury derailed his 2020 season, Cisco’s the most gifted ballhawk in all of college football, he’s a turnover machine at the safety position. He’s got great size at 6’0, 203 and pairs it with standout athleticism. 4) Alex Lindstrom, OC, Boston College; Kelce’s heir... 5) Jake Ferguson, TE, Wisconsin; Back-up TE 5) Ambry Thomas, CB, Michigan; CB depth 6) Sadarius Hutcherson, OG/OT, South Carolina; Versatile O-lineman in the vein of BigV. 6) Trey Sermon, RB, Ohio State; Mauler at RB to give Sanders a breather. 6) Garret Wallow, LB, TCU; LB depth 7) Mustafa Johnson, DT, Colorado; D-line depth 2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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