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Which Eagle made the 2008 Sports Illustrated all pro team?


Stewart Bradley. Peter King named the second year man as the starting MLB on his all pro team.

But the place with the most young talent might be linebacker, particularly on the inside. I saw New England rookie Jerod Mayo dominate the veteran line of the Jets in a tour de force 18-tackle performance in Week 11. San Francisco 'backer Patrick Willis was consistently good for a second straight year. Tampa Bay will build its young defense around 25-year-old MLB Barrett Ruud. Vet Ray Lewis was the best of the best, though, even at age 33. He can still run, and he's such a powerful hitter that he broke Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall's shoulder on a simple hard tackle in Week 4. My pick alongside Lewis: precocious second-year man Stewart Bradley of Philadelphia, the ideal sideline-to-sideline rover for defensive coordinator Jim Johnson's unpredictable scheme. Bradley is 25 and relatively unknown, and his club can't prosper without him -- a perfect fit on my 2008 team

Peter King has been singing Bradley's praises all year and made Stew the only Eagle to make his team. He's an interesting choice for sure. There's no doubt that Bradley has had a fantastic season and you'd think that someone from the NFL's 3rd ranked defense should be on the list...

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