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RIP Pat Summerall-Favorite call...

'92 Eagles-Saints wild card, Eric Allen with dagger pick-6: "Hebert back to pass....We'll see you in Dallas."

Eagles release trent edwards

Geoff Mosher ‏@GeoffMosherCSN= The release of Trent Edwards means four QBs on #Eagles roster: Mike Vick, Nick Foles, Dennis Dixon, G.J. Kinnie.

Dion Lewis Traded for Emmanuel Acho

Adam Schefter ‏@AdamSchefter 4m Chip Kelly keeps remaking roster: Eagles traded RB Dion Lewis to Browns for LB Emmanuel Acho.

Nnamdi CUT!

Gone. Bye. Your thoughts?? He never fit in. Never played up to the contract. So what direction do the Eagles go? I think this puts Revis into a realistic play. Perhaps a few top FA safeties?

QuoteShot

"Tony Gonzales has informed ATL he'll be returning for 2013".

NFL Network

Fantasy Draft 2013

Anyone interested in a post combine fantasy draft? I was thinking something like picking 1 player at all the positions except OL of who you think will have the best rookie year. We'll score it like FFB. 10 yds RB = 1pt, 15 yds WR/Reception = 1 pt, 25 yds QB = 1 pt, TD = 6. Defense solo tackles = 1 pt, group tackle = .5 pt, INT = 2, FR = 2, FF = 1 TD = 6 PB or All Pro = 10 pts Everyone submits their guys and we score after the season is over. I will put together a spread sheet and email it out if we can at least 10 people.

Sean Smith wants mad money

Free agent CB Sean Smith is expected to seek $8-10 million annually on the open market. Smith and his agent anticipate a deal somewhere between Brandon Carr (five years, $50 million) and Jason McCourty (five years, $43 million). Per the Miami Herald, the Dolphins don't believe Smith is worth that much and for good reason. Although very physically gifted and only 25, Smith struggles versus smaller, quicker receivers, and Pro Football Focus charted him with more combined first downs and touchdowns allowed than any NFL cornerback in 2012.

Rotoworld

Jared Odrick may be on the trade block...okay with me.

Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald suggests that the Dolphins might place RE Jared Odrick on the trade block. Odrick was drafted to play "five technique" in a 3-4 defense. The Dolphins are a 4-3 now, and Odrick lacks explosive ability requisite for 4-3 defensive ends. "He's not a fit for the scheme," Salguero writes. Odrick has cheap base salaries through 2014, is only 25 years old, and possesses an ideal skill set for the 3-4. He could likely bring back a second-day draft pick via trade.

Rotoworld, Miami Herald
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