Maybe the Stains won't take Haden or Berry with their 1st pick? That would be great news and maybe one of those guys will drop.
Not Haden, but they'd still take Berry.Quote:
Originally Posted by Lebsteel
Unfortunately, I think this may put them in the running for the Earl Thomas sweepstakes. If Berry is off the board, and no need for Haden, they'd make a slight reach. Especially once they get word that the Steelers are interested (see Alex Mack).
The Eagles and Browns completed a five-player trade Friday, with Philadelphia sending former Pro Bowl cornerback Sheldon Brown and linebacker Chris Gocong to Cleveland for a fourth-round pick, a fifth-round pick and linebacker Alex Hall.
"Sheldon Brown has been a very good football player for the Eagles over the last eight years," Eagles coach Andy Reid said in a statement. "He's a good person, a legitimate tough guy and he'll do a good job helping the Browns."
It would figure the two teams would be trading partners.
The Browns' general manager, Tom Heckert, is the Eagles' former general manager. Cleveland is likely to extend the contract of Brown, sources close to the deal said.
"Chris did a good job converting from defensive end to linebacker and helped us win a lot of football games," Reid said of Gocong. "We wish both of them all of the best."
Adam Schefter is ESPN's NFL Insider.
I think what this actually means is that this could open up a spot at CB for the Eagles....
can you say Ndamdi Asomugha?
I personally don't believe Thomas to be a reach in the top 10.Quote:
Originally Posted by WoodleyofTroy
I can say it!Quote:
Originally Posted by Dee Dub
And what is McNabb gonna want if he goes to Oakland?Quote:
Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher
Yep...a receiver to throw too. Ya feel me on this one??
Let it rain let it drip hit that fool Santonio in the lip!
Of course you dont...you have a thing for him. A man crush. :PQuote:
Originally Posted by Shawn
I figure about the 20th you'll have him top 5. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: