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Fletcher Cox is an anomaly to me; sometimes he looks like an All Pro and other times he looks like a 1st round bust

I really can't figure out which one he's gonna be
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Fletcher Cox is an anomaly to me; sometimes he looks like an All Pro and other times he looks like a 1st round bust

I really can't figure out which one he's gonna be
I felt the same way; when watching him it doesn't look like he's the most effective player on the field but then I read this (http://grantland.com/the-triangle/all-22-all-stars-fletcher-cox-the-eagles-budding-superstar/) Grantland article and he's apparently a lot more effective than we think. I trust Mays' opinions on all things linemen.
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Curtis Marsh is a left over Andy Reid special mean.gif
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https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BvLUNSYIYAA-fII.jpg:large

 

:lol

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Didn't get to watch the game.. But saw the highlights... Glad Mathews played well.. Sucks huff hurt his shoulder..


And why foles trying get celek killed?!
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I want to see caroll and cooper play on thurs.
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Saw this from peter king this morning:

“I don’t think there’s anything in life that’ll ever be harder than that. I peeked at it. And I just closed the folder and slid it away. And I went out to a cliff at Puget Sound. And I remember just sittin’ on the cliff. And I just screamed.”

—Eagles long-snapper Jon Dorenbos, in an interview with HBO “Real Sports” host Bryant Gumbel, for a story that will air Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET on HBO, on viewing the autopsy photos of his mother as a pre-teen.

When Dorenbos was 12, his father murdered his mother. And so he went through adolescence without his mother or his father to guide him.
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wow embarassed.gif

I didn't even know that; I met him before he's a really cool dude, he is always doing stuff for charity and WIP and his wife owns a bunch of tanning places with Brent Celek's ex wife
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^ man.. that's really some heart breaking stuff.. to not only lose your mom at such a young age, but to have your dad kill her

 

didn't think much of it at first, since king doesn't give the context for the quote before you read it..

 

 

 

but man.. that's just horrific

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“@CSNPhilly: Bad news, Eagles fans: It looks like rookie WR/KR Josh Huff could be out a while. Details from @GeoffMosherCSN http://ow.ly/AtVB7
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“@CSNPhilly: Bad news, Eagles fans: It looks like rookie WR/KR Josh Huff could be out a while. Details from @GeoffMosherCSN http://ow.ly/AtVB7
Shoulder bad news?
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post #2324 of 11692
Damn, from those quotes seems like Huff may miss months. I was hoping he would lock down the Kickoff Returner spot. Receiving wise I didn't expect much from him this year anyway so it shouldn't hurt us too much. But, anytime a rookie goes down so early it is concerning.
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he doesn't need surgery so Mosher is being vague on purpose so someone reads his story

worst case he goes on short term IR from what it seems like and someone like Benn makes the roster
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Sheil Kapadia ‏@SheilKapadia · 30m
Josh Huff has AC sprain, shoulder not separated. Says he hopes to be ready for regular season.
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Sheil Kapadia ‏@SheilKapadia · 30m
Josh Huff has AC sprain, shoulder not separated. Says he hopes to be ready for regular season.

Just saw this. That's very good news.
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Damn, from those quotes seems like Huff may miss months. I was hoping he would lock down the Kickoff Returner spot. Receiving wise I didn't expect much from him this year anyway so it shouldn't hurt us too much. But, anytime a rookie goes down so early it is concerning.


Yea my big expectations when we got huff were that he and sproles would take care of return duties.. I figured he would get good time on O as well because he was coming out of oregon so knew the system (not be a major player, but he would have solid impact right away.. Like 400-500 yards with some rushing yards thrown in)

But didn't expect Mathews to do as well as he has done in camp.. But still expected huff to have a huge special teams role
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Eagles acquired Kenjon Barner for a 2015 7th round pick

I like this move
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Well damaris is gone..


I'm watching the replay of eagles pats game.. Was just about to post to see who guys thought these last 2 games were most important for..

And who you guys could see us moving before the start of the season?
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Well damaris is gone..


I'm watching the replay of eagles pats game.. Was just about to post to see who guys thought these last 2 games were most important for..

And who you guys could see us moving before the start of the season?

This doesn't answer your question, but I'm afraid that we are going to cut Brandon Graham and he is going to end up starting for the Cowboys. I still think he can be a pretty productive 4-3 end. He is also the guy who I think is most likely to be moved as well.
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^ I still think we do one of our "bad fit" trades like we do every year with guys like that (guys who don't really fit the scheme of their team.. We get to take a look at the guy and other team gets to take a look at him).. Also could see this as an option for curry since I don't think coaches see what we see since he doesn't get much snaps

I know we're still looking at kickers

But I'm sure they wouldn't mind adding an OLB or cb
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Jesus, they just showed the INT damaris caused.. Yup he's gone
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they are working Curry in to be a regular on the field this year; I can see him getting 10+ sacks
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I hope so, since he's been disruptive when given a chance, same with graham.. Both are just 4-3 ends.. And we should be able to come up with sub packages allowing both to put their hands on the ground.. Just don't think coaches think highly of either




And Josey is making the team.. Which puts a big light on Polk..

Huff and kenjon will handle the return duties with sproles getting spotty duty there.. Acquiring kenjon, I think means we carry 4 backs and 5 WRs.. Or maybe we try to move casey and go with 2 TEs
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Also if graham ends up on the cowboys sick.gif..

To go along with desean going to Washington professional football team
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I am thinking Josey makes the practice squad

they were talking about Polk not making the team but I don't see anyway that is possible
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Shady, sproles, kenjon and josey.. Can't see us carrying 5 RBs.. Even with sproles and kenjon maybe contributing heavily as WRs

He's looked too good to make it to the practice squad.. Some RB needy team would scoop him up
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And our black jerseys are actually nice now..
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Shady, sproles, kenjon and josey.. Can't see us carrying 5 RBs.. Even with sproles and kenjon maybe contributing heavily as WRs

He's looked too good to make it to the practice squad.. Some RB needy team would scoop him up

they could carry 5 RB if Huff goes on short term IR but who knows what Chip is thinking
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