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    Some people look for racisim in everything *shrugs*
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    Just call me racist for pointing out that jibberish he typed and get it over with.
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    I don't read every post on the EMB, but who is speaking of players race? Other than you, in the quoted post, of course. Also, who's saying nice things about Alonso? I've never seen anything nice about him (that I recall), other than his one handed INT in the endzone, in the first game of the season for us. As for McCoy, he was loved by almost everyone on the EMB, to the point where people ignored glaring character flaws simply because he was an Eagle and played well for us.
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    CBS will have decent ratings leading up to December, then just tank.
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    Quit whining. We beat who is on the schedule or we don't. Its on us.
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    I can finally finish my book now. Aaron Hernandez: When keeping it real goes wrong.
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    Absolutely NO! Jenkins strength is to play safety. He is the QB of the defense and can force mistakes by opposing QB's with his play. He is wasted as a slot CB and we lost so much when he had to do it. Much rather have anyone else play CB than him. That is not only my opinion but also of many more....
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    I LOATHE the targeting call in college and now they are gonna put it in the NFL? It is such a subjective rule even when it goes under review. It's efen football- if you have the ball, yeah, I'm gonna target your a**. Defense is being neutered more and more each year and it is becoming laughable.
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    In order to make a comeback you have to have been there in the first place. More like "Johnny Football may actually try and make his first real attempt at being an NFL player." but don't hold your breath.
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    Link No surprise, he already started doing superbowl commercials.
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    What white player were you referring to anyway? McCoy has a history of classless behavior. Not just immature tweets. He got high and trashed a hotel room, he didn't tip at a local Philly small business, he kicked women off a party bus and he famously trashed the mother of his child on twitter, asking other fans to go and verbally abuse her and used derogatory remarks. On the field, loved him. Great player and I wish they would have kept him for his talent. Off the field, a classless piece of trash and yeah like many social media users (regardless of race) his spelling and grammar makes his posts unreadable.
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    it's not a tweet, it's Instagram, and as far as how he speaks, *shrugs* It's funny that we have fans here who have nothing but nice things to say about a very underwhelming White player we had, yet they can't stop criticizing the Black player that was the best RB we've ever had.
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    I'm sure you'll get a phone call when he hits step 9
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    @ GBFL and BG93. Are you guys brothers? You fight like brothers. LMAO
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    I was sending my fiance' texts this AM only to just now realize I was sending all of them to my son! Talk about embarrassment.....
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    Football is inherently not safe. If we want everyone to be safe on the field, then let's just dress everyone in bubble wrap and make all hitting illegal. I understand making a few tweaks here and there to make things like head injuries less common and less serious, but we're going down the slippery slope to fundamentally changing any and every aspect of the game to make it "safe." There are plenty of other "safe" sports out there that people can play if they don't like the risks associated with football.
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    The home/away part of the schedule is decided long before the actual schedule comes out. Relax and enjoy life a little.
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    Sproles is a role player hes not our starter. Can people get this in their heads already lol RMatt is the one needing to be replaced if a RB being selected at 14. You dont select a RB at 14 to replace Sproles.
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    It don't matter what I think anyway. The Eagles are probably going to piss on my parade and draft Ross..... Than you all will hear a loud crash. That will be my Flat screen being tossed out the window.....
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    Lost "in the shuffle" regarding Wentz's arm mechanics and footwork: as he's repeatedly shown, especially earlier in the season, before his WR's forgot how to catch, is his Peytonesque ability to take command , both before (reading defenses) and during the play. We honestly have NEVER seen this in an Eagle QB, except for maybe Van Brocklin. Both Cunningham and McNabb were incredible athletes, but couldn't come close to taking charge. I was really impressed last season, and once his mechanics are improved, the sky's the limit. As of now, I wouldn't trade him, one for one, with ANY QB, except for maybe Rodgers. We'll see how incredibly lucky we are soon.
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    Who knows? I am at the point where I have no clue what they want to do and who is on their draft board. I imagine they removed all QB's. After that I have no idea of whom they like better. Obviously they feel different than other rankings we have seen, but what they are I have no clue. So, just draft a stud. Please no reaches..........
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    I would play Foster at WILL and let him attack I wouldn't move Hicks out of the middle he is smart and the leader of our D
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    Man I am ready for the draft end all the speculation and move forward lol .....
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    It seems we always win in the offseason. I want to win in the regular season.
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    Raven fans arent happy with the trade of Jernigan haha
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    Eagles have officially address all position of need this offseason. What a move by Roseman getting Jerrigan. Draft is gonna be good.
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    THAT RUMOR STARTED April 1st.... enuff said
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    You guys do realize you're arguing over a guy we'll never take in the draft. Must be the off season, lol!
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    Dion Jordan is far from the only bust from his 2013 draft class. For whatever reason, the top half(-ish) of the first round that year is riddled with disappointments: only four of the top 12 players taken are still with the team that drafted them, and seven of the top 17. The draft is always hit-or-miss, but there’s generally a higher percentage of teams that at least get the first round right, and most of the teams picking 18-32 in the first round chose wisely. Here’s the top 17 picks from 2013, and where they are now. The names in bold are the players still with the team that drafted them: 1.OT Eric Fisher, Kansas City Chiefs 2. OT Luke Joeckel, Jacksonville Jaguars: Spent much of 2016 on injured reserve; signed one-year contract with Seattle this month 3. DE Dion Jordan, Miami Dolphins: Played just 26 games over first two seasons before suspensions derailed career 4. OT Lane Johnson, Philadelphia Eagles 5. DE Ziggy Ansah, Detroit Lions 6. LB Barkevious Mingo, Cleveland Browns: Traded to New England during training camp last year, signed free-agent deal with Indianapolis this month 7. OG Jonathan Cooper, Arizona Cardinals: Traded to New England in March 2016, released in October, signed with Dallas this month 8. WR Tavon Austin, St. Louis/Los Angeles Rams 9. CB Dee Milliner, New York Jets: Waived/injured last September, remains a free agent 10. OG Chance Warmack, Tennessee Titans: Spent much of 2016 on injured reserve; signed one-year deal with the Eagles this month 11. OT D.J. Fluker, San Diego Chargers: Moved from right tackle to right guard before 2015 season; released by Chargers this month and signed with Giants 12. CB D.J. Hayden, Oakland Raiders: Ended last season on injured reserve; signed one-year contract with Detroit this month 13. DT Sheldon Richardson, New York Jets 14. DT Star Lotulelei, Carolina Panthers 15. S Kenny Vaccaro, New Orleans Saints 16. QB E.J. Manuel, Buffalo Bills: Went 6-11 in 17 starts (29 appearances), losing job to Tyrod Taylor in 2015; signed with the Raiders this month 17. LB Jarvis Jones, Pittsburgh Steelers: Played in 50 games (35 starts) with the Steelers; signed with the Cardinals this month See? It’s not pretty. And there’s only two Pro Bowl appearances between the seven players that have been able to stick with the team that drafted them, with one each for Ansah and Richardson (who was named AP defensive rookie of the year for 2013). I can remember a lot of Eagles fans wanted CB Dee Milliner or DE Dion Jordan with our first pick in 2013. Lets hope that Joe Douglas gets it right.
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    What an EXCELLENT group of guys on this EMB!!! I get more quality news on here than anywhere else. I'm not going to name any names due to the fact of leaving someone out. THANK YOU ALL!!!
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    Well lets hope he can ressurect his career here
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    Concerning slot corner I always reference back to the invention of this position....maybe I should say reinvention by Tampa Bay. They had Ronde Barber studying with the LBers coach to play Nickel. They ******(got)us with that as many of you will remember. And Chris Harris with the Broncos talked about how he had to get his hands on the slot receiver in coverage. He lost if he didn't disrupt that timing. And how the whole route tree is available in the slot unlike outside. That he had to hedge his coverage to one side(inside or outside) being always ready to jump on the weakside of coverage. The combination of skills it takes to be elite in the slot makes me think of the possibilities of a draftee like Peppers. He looks ideal to play this jack-of-all trades player. Obi Melonfonwu looks to also be uniquely skilled to master such a difficult task.
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    FLY EAGLES FLY! Is it September yet? At least they play in LA twice this year. I will go to at least one of those. Being in Vegas its only a 3 hour drive if we don't stay over night. I haven't been this optimistic since they hired Chip, unfortunately my optimism was short lived and misplaced. I see a "team" in year 2 coming together, looking toward the future instead of win NOW. I want them to win as much as any fan but doing it right will keep us competitive for several years not just one year. Have a great day Eagles board members.
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    The draft would be easy for me. Give me one of these 10 guys at 14 and I would be a happy camper. 1.CB Lattimore, 2. TE O.J. Howard 3. DE Derek Barnett 4. WR Corey Davis 5. WR Williams 6. RB Cook 7. RB Fournette 8. LB Rueben Foster 9. DE Myles Garrett 10. DE Solomon Thomas IMO, One of these guys are going to be there at 14.
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    and a self-righteous hypocrite magnet. which is why avoiding all that and sticking to football-related discussion is such a good idea.
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    I know this is a deep draft for CB's but waiting until the 3rd round to address the position when we need 2 of them seems a little absurd to me. We should be looking to get the best CB's possible. If it was me, 2 of the 1st 3 picks would be CB's. I would also consider trading down in the 1st and adding another 2nd or 3rd depending on who's still on the board at 14. We have a lot of needs on defense so adding another early round pick would help. The offense has been addressed nicely in FA. We lost 4 starters from a so-so defense and added nobody in FA. If we don't add a whole lot of talent to the defense in this draft, we aren't gonna win much this season. Simple as that.
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    How about the Front Office uses its platform to build a championship football team and provide entertainment for its paying customers, and leave the 'conversation' about alleged police brutality to people who actually know what the hell they are talking about? This fan would respect that a hell of a lot more.