Post Kelly offseason
Posted 18 January 2013 - 12:29 AM
Bell (LT) - He simply just hasn't worked out and this frees up a lot of cap space 8+ million.
Coleman (SS) - I don't believe he's a quality starter or even a backup with the direction the Eagles go in.
Hunt (DE) - Again just didn't work out, gives him a chance elsewhere
Sims (S) - Has zero talent no reason to be here
Dorenbos (LS) - Consistency is all that is needed to be said
DRC (CB) - He still has amazing talent and looked like a true stud early in the season, but when things started collapsing and with lack of leadership he regressed. I would like to see how Kelly will bring out the best in him. 3 years 21 million with incentives that will add a year and 20 million if met.
Scott (RG) - He's proved this season he will be a solid back for guard.
Eagles 1st(4) and Asomougha to T.B. for their 1st(13) 2nd, 4th, and 2014 1st. The Bucs want to upgrade their secondary and select Milliner (CB) coupled with ASO they get the job done. The Eagles save 10+ million.
Patterson (DT) - To St. Louis for their 3rd. The Rams want to solidify the d-line and Patterson doesn't fit our scheme anymore and in St. Louis he does.
Vick (QB) and a 6th - To K.C. for their 4th. Mike wants to start and Andy believes he can fit his system. Mike redoes his contract for this to happen and the Eagles save over 10 million.
Eagles trade their 2nd(35) 4th and Cole (DE) to Seattle for their 1st(25) Trent is a true 4-3 DE and Pete has said publicly that a pass rusher is what he is targeting this offseason.
Free Agency: I predict we'll be roughly 40+ million under the cap
Byrd (FS) - Goldson had been my #1 target but Byrd played for Chip. He knows his expectations and can help others buy into Kelly's system too. Byrd is a true ballhawk in the secondary which this team sorely needs. 5 years 35 million. Buffalo will use the franchise tag on Levitre (G) and can't match.
Moore (SS) - Eagles will target the defense as their #1 priority to upgrade and Atlanta has way to many contracts for their aces coming up soon. Good tackler and he also is good in coverage. 5 yrs 32 million. With these moves the gaping hole the Eagles had in the center field is now gone.
Campbell (QB) - Mobile with decent accuracy will be given a chance to compete for the starting position. 2 years 10 million.
Starks (NT) - Great at stopping the running and would stabilize the transition. 4 years 33 million.
1st(13) - D. Jordan (DE/OLB) - Chip gets his guy. Dion is an amazing talent 6'7 245 lbs and he got the frame to add on a bit more. He would be a force coming off the edge either from the 3-4 OLB or 4-3 DE formations.
1st(25) - X. Rhoades (CB) - Eagles select arguably the second best corner in the draft and he will start day one.
2nd - D.J. Flucker (OT) - Starts day one at RT and frees up Herramins to to side to RG.
3a D. Rodgers (WR) - A big fast WR than can be valuable in the RZ. Competes immediately with Cooper.
3b. M. Hunt (DE) - Another massive lineman at 6'8 280 lbs. Will provide great depth with future starter potential.
4a. G. Hodges (OLB) - Penn St. churns out another quality LB.
4b K. Long (OT) - Provides quality backup. Knows Kelly's system.
5. L Toilolo (TE) - Massive target at 6'8 but fast. Will give Harbor a run.
6. C. Harper (WR) - Physical WR that strangely reminds me of Boldin.
7. Harper (OLB) - Moves are all over the field but is tremendously raw.
QB - Foles/Campbell/Edwards
FB - Havili
RB - McCoy/Brown/Lewis
TE - Celek/Harbor/Toilolo
WR - Jackson/Maclin/Avant/Rodgers/Cooper/Harper
LT - Peters/Long
LG - Mathis/Scott
C - Kelce/Reynolds
RG - Herramins/Watkins
RT - Flucker/Kelly
LDE - Cox/Curry
NT - Starks/Dixon
RDE - Jenkins/Hunt
LOLB - Graham/Jordan/Harper
ILB - Ryans/Kendricks/Mathews/Chaney
ROLB - D.Jordan/Hodges
RCB - DRC/Marsh
Slot - Boykin
FS - Byrd/Allen
SS - Moore/Anderson
LCB - Rhoades/Hughes
Posted 18 January 2013 - 12:33 AM
Posted 18 January 2013 - 12:42 AM
Posted 18 January 2013 - 01:13 AM
Posted 18 January 2013 - 09:10 AM
Posted 18 January 2013 - 10:09 AM
Posted 18 January 2013 - 10:43 AM
I'm not sure how you are calculating that. It seems to me you are giving Nnamdi the value of a low 2nd round pick.
Posted 18 January 2013 - 09:03 PM
Posted 19 January 2013 - 12:36 PM
The 4th pick alone is worth that without Aso. You guys undervalue these top 5 picks. If someone wanted to move up that is fair compensation.
Posted 19 January 2013 - 12:54 PM
I can definitely see them trading out of the 4th pick to stock pile more draft picks & would be kind of surprised if they didn't do that. We have a lot of holes to fill on both sides of the ball.
Posted 19 January 2013 - 08:11 PM
Posted 20 January 2013 - 01:11 AM
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