dsryan24 Posted January 18, 2021 Share Posted January 18, 2021 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. 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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