Mudd: We will win with Bell
"He’s very athletic. He’s exactly what I thought we were going to get when we signed him," Mudd said. "Very good spirit about him. Very tough minded, wants to learn. Not satisfied till he learns it." But can he replace Peters, who Mudd said was "one-of-a-kind," or at least fill in without there being a major drop-off? "Is it hard to replace? I guess … I don’t even think about that. I think this guy will help us win games," said Mudd, who later added: "I don’t anticipate changing the entire offense because we don’t have Jason Peters. Will some of the things be less spectacular? Probably. But I’m going to say it again … we’re going to win games with Demetress Bell."
In red zone, speed matters, Eagles say
"I don't think the size is the big thing in the red zone, it's what you do in the red zone and how you play in the red zone," Eagles receiver coach David Culley said when he met with reporters in May. "I've had guys that have had chances to make plays in the red zone and we just didn't always make them. It wasn't because of a lack of size, we just didn't make plays."
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