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General/Team Information

GM's note: I can't stress enough the importance of communication and involvement. The members who are running FFMD have made it clear no matter who you are, you will be a part of the process and I am a firm believer in that. I have the final say, but the outcome will never be solely on my beliefs. I want everyone to have fun with this, and throw in your ideas. If you didn't sign up and are not part of the staff, feel free to shoot me a PM and I'll include you as a scout. Let's get this rolling, and build this team!

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Season Highlights

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Important dates


Tagging/Releasing period - Sunday, February 17 until Tuesday, February 19.

Free Agency - February 20

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CAP ROOM - $28,832,143

Players under Contract: 54
updated 3.15.08
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Philadelphia Eagles Staff


Trade Committee
Proposed deals will be brought forth to these members and a 3/4ths decision will result in the passing of the terms of the deal.

I will PM these members, and over look their decisions.

phillyphanatic
EaglesFan5-36-81
Eagles27
eaglesfan536890
McNabbNo5
mm6492
marky b_27

subject to change

Code:
GM - Phire

Assistant GM - phillyphanatic
Director of Football Ops - Eagles27
Capologist - marky_b27
Ambassador - BirdsFan06050
Head Coach - eaglesfan536890
Offensive coordinator - McNabbNo5
Defensive coordinator - fly eagles fly
Special teams coordinator - killdawabbit

Free Agent Specialist - Poloc2289

Head scout - EaglesFan5-36-81
Offensive scout - Nabbs4u
Defensive scout - McNabbMcFadden

QB scout - ianlewis16
RB scout - eagles for life
WR/TE scout - Eagles $5$
OL scout - birdman0069
DL scout - stevec0008
LB scout - BLick12
DB scout - RBrown86

Scout - mm6492, PHillysPHinest2, pin1st



FLUID ROSTER 3.18.08

PLAYER 2008 BASE SALARY SIGNING BONUS YEARS LEFT

QB

McNabb $6,300,000 $13,500,000 6
Feeley $900,000 $0 3
Kolb $370,000 $300,000 3

RB

Buckhalter $1,000,000 $0 1
Forsett $500,000 $0 1
Hunt $370,000 $0 3
Westbrook $3,000,000 $0 3
Tapeh $370,000 $0 1

WR

Avant $445,000 $0 2
Baskett $445,000 $20,000 1
Curtis $1,950,000 $100,000 5
Johnson $3,000,000 $0 4
Lewis $600,000 $700,000 4
Robinson $800,000 $0 1

TE

Celek $370,000 $162,180 3
Schobel $850,000 $200,000 3
Smith $4,522,000 $0 1

OL

Andrews $780,000 $71,428 7
Cole $445,000 $4,000 1
Herremans $927,000 $0 6
Hills $300,000 $0 1
Jackson $550,000 $41,666 6
Jean-Giles $445,000 $0 2
Justice $445,000 $255,000 2
Runyan $3,200,000 $0 1
Thomas $5,450,000 $0 1

DE

Abiamiri $370,000 $800,000 3
Clermond $300,000 $0 1
Cole $927,000 $133,333 6
Howard $350,000 $0 1
Jackson $295,000 $0 3
Thomas $1,000,000 $2,000,000 4

DT

Bunkley $689,000 $0 4
Clark $295,000 $0 3
Darby $400,000 $0 1
Harrison $850,000 $0 1
Patterson $585,000 $0 7
Ramsey $445,000 $73,000 2

LB

Bradley $370,000 $660,000 3
Gaither $445,000 $140,500 2
Gocong $445,000 $0 2
Jordan $370,000 $0 2
Togafu $370,000 $12,000 1

CB

Brown $1,750,000 $0 5
Graham $370,000 $15,000 2
Hanson $540,000 $0 1
Molden $400,000 $0 1
Porter $325,000 $0 1
Sheppard $2,000,000 $0 4

S

Adams $850,000 $0 1
Considine $520,000 $484,000 1
Dawkins $2,000,000 $1,000,000 1
Johnson $750,000 $0 1
Mikell $605,000 $1,000,000 3
Reed $540,000 $0 1

ST

Akers $1,135,000 $1,050,000 3
Dorenbos $605,000 $0 1
Rocca $370,000 $0 2




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Roster

$28,832,143 [/code]

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Roster moves

Transactions


TE LJ Smith has been Franchised

DE Jevon Kearse has been traded to the Texans for a 2008 6th round draft pick.

Reggie Brown, 19th overall, and 5th round pick traded to Cincinnati for Chad Johnson.

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Salary Information


GRRLacher wrote:
Penalties for releasing a player:
Cuts: Salary of 0-499,999=10% hit, 500k-999,999=15%, 1mil-2,499,999 mil=20%,2.5 mil+=25%


You will get back the player's base salary into your cap space minus the release penalty.


Philadelphia Eagles - Official CAP room at top

Original ROSTER




Marky_b27 wrote:

Chad Johnson

2008 Base Salary: $3,000,000
Signing Bonus: $0,000,000
Years Left: 4

Roy Williams

2008 Base Salary: $574,500
08 SB Allocation: $2,082,500

Larry Fitzgerald

2008 Base Salary: $1,459,250
Signing Bonus: $7,500,000
Years Left: 2

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Draft/Free Agency/Around the League

Draft Information



Picks

1 - Pick 19 - Traded Cincinnati
2 - Pick 49
3 - Pick 80

FFMD does not feature all 7 rounds


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Draft Related Trades

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Official Eagles Trading Block


Trading Block from Around the League

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Free Agents List



Corner Backs By RBrown86
Quote:
Marcus Trufant
Asante Samuel
Drayton Florence
Eric Green
Jacques Reeves
Nnamdi Asomugha
Von Hutchins
Brian Kelly
Jason Webster
Michael Lehan
Reynaldo Hill
Terry Cousin
Hank Poteat
Will James
David Macklin
Chad Scott
Fred Thomas



Safeties By RBrown86
Quote:
Ken Hamlin
Gibril Wilson
Sammy Knight
Madieu Williams
O.J Atogwe
Chris Crocker
Yeremiah Bell
Erik Coleman
Deke Cooper
Jim Leonhard
Brandon McGowan
Mike Doss
Tank Williams
Eugene Wilson
Matt Giordano
Gerome Sapp
J.R. Reed
Michael Boulware
Lance Schulters
Idress Bashir
Jay Bellamy




War Rooms

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New York Jets
New England Patriots

Baltimore Ravens
Cleveland Browns
Pittsburgh Steelers
Cincinnati Bengals

Houston Texans
Tennessee Titans
Indianapolis Colts
Jacksonville Jaguars

Denver Broncos
Oakland Raiders
Kansas City Chiefs
San Diego Chargers

Chicago Bears
Minnesota Vikings
Green Bay Packers
Detroit Lions

Atlanta Falcons
Carolina Panthers
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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Arizona Cardinals
San Fransisco 49ers
Seattle Seahawks
St.Louis Rams

*Rival War Rooms

New York Giants
Dallas Cowboys
Washington Redskins

Pro Players Reports

Stanford Routt - CB - Oakland Raiders




He has good size (6-1, 195) and has blazing speed. He has been the Raiders nickel corner the past couple of years, and is effective in zone coverage. He can play man, but he plays weak for his size. Not too physical, but he could be an excellent return man. He has great hands and football instincts, and played track in college too.
By RBrown86

Madieu Williams - S - Cincinnati Bengals



Madieu is 6-0 and 190 pounds. He is a little underweight, but plays aggressively. If he adds weight, he could be a punishing safety. He has had success ever since his star rookie season with the Bengals. He has good speed and jumping ability. He doesn't really wow people with his athletic ability, but he is a consistent and smart player.

Stats this year: 74 Tackles, 2 sacks, 2 INT's

Bottom Line: The reason why I scouted him is because he is probably the most realistic signing at safety for the Eagles. He will be pretty cheap, and could contribute on special teams or at safety. He coudl be an eventual replacement for B-Dawk.

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Player Information

Scouting Reports

Scouting reports done by Head Scout EaglesFan5-36-81, RBrown86

*More names will be added as I either find or new reports are created, for now all reports created by our Head Scout will be posted.

EaglesFan5-36-81 Scouting Report Thread

Poloc2289's Free Agency Thread

Offense

Quarterback----------

Running Back----------

Felix Jones RB Arkansas-Projected Round : Late 1st to Mid 2nd



Jones is an intriguing prospect. He is a smart runner who waits for his blockers and than hitís the hole. He has solid hands and is also a kick returner. The production is there despite playing behind McFadden, he has averaged 7.6 yards per carry and 8.7 yards per carry the past two seasons respectively against SEC defenses. Run DMC gets all the publicity, but Jones is no slouch at all.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

Kevin Smith UCF-Projected Round:Late 1st to Mid 2nd



Smith is an explosive back who hits the whole hard and is patient as well. He nearly broke Barry Sanders single season NCAA rushing record(short by 61 yards) He can break tackles, has breakaway speed, and I've seen him make plays I've never seen any college backs make. He could be a special player in the right NFL system(like say the Pats spread, or a WCO, or any other offense). He will fall due to level of Competition and the depth of backs in this draft, but he should be a pro-boler at the next level if he can stay healthy and get the touches.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

Tashard Choice RB Georgia Tech-Projected Round : Late 2nd to Mid 3rd



Tashard Choice doesnít get much hype in this RB loaded draft, but in any other draft he could be a 1st round pick. The 6-foot-1, 205 pound running back out of Georgia Tech runs hard, and averaged 5.0 yards per carry and 5.3 yards per carry the past 2 seasons. Last season he was overshadowed by how great Calvin Johnson was, and how bad Reggie Ball was. This season he is overlooked because of the surplus of backs in this draft. Still he could be a steal for whoever gets him.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

Justin Forsett RB Cal-Projected Round : Mid 3rd to Mid 4th



Forsett is a bit on the small size, but is as a productive back as there is in the Pac-10. He has rushed for over 100 yards in nine of his teams 13 games this year. He has the speed to break away at any time, and doesnít fumble, at all. He backed up Bills RB Marshawn Lynch until he got his chance this season and didnít disappoint with 1546 yards and 10 touchdowns.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

Cory Boyd RB South Carolina-Projected Round : Mid 3rd to Mid 4th



Boyd is an intriguing player who has the size(6-foot-1, 214 pounds) Speed(about a 4.48 40) and hands (at least 35 receptions, 3 years in a row) that the Eagles could use and like in a back. He was also a productive as a back, reaching 903 yards on just 180 carries. His character does raise a few red flags, (he was suspended in 05 for missing practices and team workouts) and may cause him to fall.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

Allen Patrick RB Oklahoma-Projected Round : Mid 3rd to Mid 4th



Patrick is very productive back, who had helped spell Adrian Peterson last season, and became the starter this year, He ran for 1009 yards on 173 carries and even had a 200 yard game against Oklahoma State. He has good speed for a RB, but his hands are question(although OU doesnít throw to RBs too muchO as he only had 10 receptions this season.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

Wide Receiver----------

Adarius Bowman Oklahoma State-Projected Round : Late 1st to Mid 2nd



Iím a huge fan of Bowman, and think he will be the best WR of this class, and he is perfect for the West Coast Offense. He runs good routes, has good hands, and can break tackles and make plays with his ability to get the YAC yardage. His only problem is he sometimes forgets to lock the ball in, but T.O. had the same problem and is still arguably the top WR in football. Bowman projects as a T.O. type, and we see what he did in our offense. He has an injury which may drop him.

By EaglesFan5-36-81

Malcolm Kelly Oklahoma-Projected Round : Top 20



Malcolm Kelly projects as a Javon Walker when healthy type wideout who has the size/speed combo you want in a receiver. He puts up solid numbers and has been overshadowed by Adrian Peterson until this season. He was very productive (800 yard season despite missing 2 games) and is a good character guy. Plus he can rap.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

James Hardy Indiana-Projected Round : Late 1st Early 2nd



I can sum up Hardy in 2 words, Physically Dominating. At 6-7, 220 pounds no corner could out physical him. He is a Plaxico Burress type receiver who uses his height to his advantage every chance he gets. He is a redzone threat as well(evidenced by his 16 touchdowns) and is one of the most productive WR in the nation(79 receptions, 1125 yards).

By EaglesFan5-36-81

Devin Thomas Michigan State-Projected Round : Late 1st to Mid 2nd



Wow what a sophmore season Thomas had, increasing his receptions from 6 as a red shirt freshman, to 79 as a red shirt sophomore, increasing his yard output from 90 to 1260, and increasing his touchdowns from 1 to 8. Thomas is 6-2, 220 pounds and can also return kicks. MSU also has a history with great NFL wide receivers(see Andre Rison, Plaxico Burress) and Thomas has a good work ethic and is a smart kid.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

Davone Bess Hawaii-Projected Round : Mid 2nd Early 3rd



Bess has lit up the NCAA the past 3 seasons with 89, 96 and 108 receptions the last 3 seasons. He also had over 1000 yards and at least 12 touchdowns in each of those seasons. Some may argue he is undersized, and came from a pass happy offense, but that has not stopped Steve Smith from putting up monster numbers in the NFL. Bess is 5-10(just about an inch taller than Smith) and will likely add more muscle to his frame and fill out as a Smith esque receiver in the NFL.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

Tackle----------

Ryan Clady OT Boise State-Projected Round : Top 20



He could be around at 19, depending mainly on the Raiders and the Chiefs. There is a very real possibility that he could be gone, but also there is that possibility he is still around. We all know the struggles of Winston Justice vs. the Giants at Left Tackle, but at Right Tackle he played well against the Bills and other than a few False Start penalties had a good game. If he is on the board, donít be surprised to see the Birds take him at 19 overall, considering he has moved past Sam Baker as the #2 Tackle on the board.
By EaglesFan5-36-81


Sam Baker OT USC-Projected Round : Mid 1st




Baker is a LT, and is use to the position. If he is on the board and we take him he will likely shift Justice back to his original Right Tackle spot, while he plays the Left Side. He has great footwork, great pass blocking skill and is above average in run blocking. He is a little on the smaller side, but he could add a few pounds and not lose any of his agility and ability to play against speed rushers.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

Jeff Otah OT Pittsburgh-Projected Round : Late 1st to Mid 2nd



Otah is a guy who I project can be an elite Right Tackle in the NFL. He is 6-6, 340 and is a mauler in the run game. He is a good pass protector as well and is a hell of an athlete for his size, which makes him great for screens. If we move down, he could be our target, but I could also see us getting him in the 2nd if he slips to us if we feel comfortable with Justice at the Left Tackle spot. One thing is for sure, he will be a great NFL Tackle.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

Gosder Cherilus OT Boston College-Projected Round : Late 1st to Mid 2nd



Gosder is a guy who has all the tools to play both spots, but he is not polished as an offensive tackle. No problem for one of the top line coaches in football in Juan Castillo, who could turn Gosder into a stud at either spot. Gosder is rarely injured and is a great athlete. He is a similar prospect to Marcus McNeil when he came out.
By EaglesFan5-36-81


Tony Hills OT Texas-Projected Round : Mid 2nd to Early 3rd




Hills is a Left Tackle. He deals with speed rushers well, but when he goes against a bull rusher, he can also hold his own (although they tend to get to him more) Hills will need to add about 15-20 pounds before he is thrown into the fire, so expect a strict workout regiment and diet for this guy. He has upside scouts drool over, but can he live up to it.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

Guard----------

Center----------

Tight End----------

Fred Davis USC-Projected Round : Mid 1st to Early 2nd



Davis is the top TE in this class and for good reason. He is productive (62 receptions, 881 yards, 8 touchdowns) and has great size and speed for a TE(6-4, 260 lbs, 4.75 40). He has good hands, runs good routes and makes plays after the catch. He also has shown the ability to get open in the middle of the field and can also catch the ball in traffic.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

Martellus Bennett Texas A&M-Projected Round : Mid 1st to Mid 2nd



While he doesnít have Davisí stats, the upside for Bennett is much higher than Davisí. Bennett led the Texas A&M Aggies in Receptions(49) and Yards (587) and at 6-7 he could be a great redzone threat. While the Aggies donít pass much, Bennett was without a doubt their best player on offense.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

Martin Rucker Missouri -Projected Round : Mid to Late 2nd




Rucker is one of the most productive tight ends in the country. Heís a great athlete, and with 84 receptions, 834 yards and 8 touchdowns, proved he could be one of the best tight ends at the next level. He gets open in the middle of the field and runs great routes. He has great hands and can run after the catch as well.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

Jermichael Finley Texas-Projected Round : Mid to Late 2nd



Do we go sure thing in Rucker, or upside in Finley. Finley other than Bennett has the highest upside of the TEs and also has put up great numbers at Texas. As a longhorn last season he put up great numbers (43 receptions, 563 yards) but only got into the endzone twice. In only 2 seasons at Texas he is 4th in receptions by a TE, and 6th for yards by a TE (74 receptions, 935 yards). With good workouts he could shoot to the top of this list.

By EaglesFan5-36-81

Dustin Keller Purdue- Projected Round : Late 2nd to Mid 3rd




Keller can play with the best of them. He is very productive and is a lot like our current TE L.J. Smith. He has a lot of potential and is productive over the middle of the field and is a great athlete. His hands are good, , and he always seems to make plays.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

Jacob Tamme Kentucky -Projected Round : Mid to late 3rd



Tamme reminds me a lot of Chris Cooley of the Redskins. He is athletic, runs good routes, and has good hands. He is probably the fastest tight end in the draft, but he is also just a bit small for NFL standards. Can he gain weight without losing speed? If he can, look out for his stock to rise.

By EaglesFan5-36-81

Defense

Defensive End----------

Derrick Harvey Florida-Projected Round : Top 20



Harvey is a Jevon Kearse type pass rusher who is probably a better pro prospect than Jarvis Moss was last season. He finished the season with 8.5 sacks, after last seasons 11. He could fall after getting manhandled by the Michigan Wolverines o-line, but he has been a great player the last few two years and everyone is entitled to one bad game.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

Calais Campbell Miami-Projected Round : Top 20



I am very surprised he declared after his lackluster season, falling from 11 sacks last season to just 6 sacks this season. While he has the skill and physical tools to be a Julius Peppers or Mario Williams type player, he also has a questionable motor which makes me wonder if his head is really into football, or just looking for a payday. He has all the talent in the world and if he can keep himself focused on becoming the player he can be, it may be scary.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

Quentin Groves Auburn-Projected Round : Late 1st to Mid 2nd



Why do I have a guy who had just 3 sacks as my number 3 guy? Well, the fact that he had 23 QB hurries this season is part of it, as was his 7 tackles for loss and 9.5 sacks last season. He is a guy who can put pressure on the QB at will, and despite all the double teams led his team in hurries.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

Lawrence Jackson USC-Projected Round : Mid 2nd



Jackson struggled in 2006, putting up just 4 sacks, after a 10 sack season in 05. This season we saw the 05 version, posting 10.5 sacks, and 17 tackles for loss. He has been absolutely sensational, and one of the reasons that USCís Defense has been considered one of the most talented defenses in the nation.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

Chris Ellis Virginia Tech-Projected Round : Late 2nd to Early 3rd



Ellis has been a very good pass rusher this season, posting 8.5 sacks after a sub par season of just 4 last season. He has been one of the better players on that great Virginia Tech defense, and has been used all over formations, sort of like what the Giants do with Osi Umenoria.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

Defensive Tackle----------

Dreí Moore Maryland-Projected Round : Early 2nd



Some will say he is a workout warrior because of his 4.8 40 and his ridiculous strength, and 30+ inch vertical. However he has been very productive, and freed up Erin Henderson to be the top OLB in college football this season. Moore was in the backfield all day versus West Virginia, to the point where they didnít even run Slaton toward him. He can be a Brodrick Bunkley type DT in the NFL.

By EaglesFan5-36-81

Trevor Laws Notre Dame-Projected Round : Late 2nd to Mid 3rd



Big Vicís college teammate has been one of the few bright spots, on an otherwise horrible defense and team. He finished the season with 112 total tackles, 8 tackles for loss, 4 sacks, and 7 QB hurries. He has also broken up 5 passes, showing the ability to get up and bat down passes.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

B.J. Raji Boston College-Projected Round : Mid to Late 3rd



A huge run stuffer, who can play in a 4-3 or 3-4 as the nose. He plays a lot like a better Hollis Thomas, who was very effective as a run stuffer for us and could also get to the QB on occasion. He was ruled academically ineligible, which will cause him to fall, but as a run stuffer, few are better in this class.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

Nick Hayden Wisconsin-Projected Round : Late 3rd to Early 4th



Hayden tallied 4.5 sacks, 48 total tackles, and 2 QB hurries. He is a run stuffer, and had 8.5 tackles for loss, who can also rush the passer if needed. He has a good work ethic and has a good motor who will be great for depth along the d-line for any 4-3 team.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

Kendall Langford Hampton-Projected Round : Late 3rd to Early 4th



Langford is a guy who is an all around defensive tackle who puts up good numbers against lesser competition. He put up 6 sacks, 13.5 tackles for loss, 72 total tackles, and 5 QB hurries this season. He is a guy who can be a starting DT in the NFL with proper coaching, but most likely will be a good depth, second unit guy.
By EaglesFan5-36-81


Middle Linebacker----------

Outside Linebacker----------

Erin Henderson Maryland-Projected Round : Late 1st to Mid 2nd



Henderson is an absolute monster at linebacker. With his ability to play all 3 spots he is very versatile, but in my opinion is a perfect fit as a 4-3 NFL WILL. He has the speed to chase down ball carriers from sideline to sideline, He is a great tackler and a big hitter, he has the speed to cover tight ends, and has a nose for the football and constantly makes plays. He is also the brother of Vikings Middle linebacker E.J. Henderson. If he has a great combine he could shoot up draft boards. I think he will be the best WILL in this draft.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

Keith Rivers USC-Projected Round : Mid to Late 1st



Rivers is an athletic linebacker who can make plays from sideline and in coverage. He finished 2nd on the team with 78 total tackles(just one behind Rey Maualuga) and had 4 pass breakups in coverage and 3 fumbles recovered(1 forced). He has the talent and production scouts look for, and could be a lock for the 1st round with a solid combine and pro day.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

Xavier Adibi Virginia Tech-Projected Round : Early to Mid 2nd



Adibi is a bit undersized, but when unleashed he is a monster. He runs all over the field, makes big hits, but is also a good wrap up tackler. He is also good in coverage and is a very good blitzer. He should be able to add more weight to his frame and stay effective speed wise, but at his current size could end up with a cover 2 team. We will have to wait and see come April.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

Ezra Butler Nevada-Projected Round : Mid 2nd to Early 3rd



Led his team with 87 total tackles 12.5 Tackles for loss, and 3 interceptions, Butler is a playmaking linebacker. The question is, can he make plays at the NFL level after playing against lesser competition? With his athleticism, talent, and ability to play all 3 linebacker spots I say yes, with proper coaching he could be a pro bowl player at the NFL level at any spot, Hell he could even play the Middle or outside in a 3-4.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

Phillip Wheeler Georgia Tech-Projected Round Late 2nd Early 3rd




Think a more athletic Mike Peterson. That is what Wheeler is, and can play the middle or the weak-side. He can also rush the passer, as he had 9 sacks in 2006, and can hit like a ton of bricks. He is also a great run stuffer at the college level, and has the ability to be that in the Pros. He has the ability to play right away.

By EaglesFan5-36-81

Corner back----------

Mike Jenkins USF-Projected Round : Top 20



Jenkins is a physical corner who does well in man and zone coverage. At 6 foot 200 pounds he is a bigger CB who may have gone a lot higher had it not been for an arrest earlier in the year for a fight outside of a bar(see below). He is very talented, but with Godell patrolling the NFL, he will fall due to character issues.

By EaglesFan5-36-81

Reggie Smith Oklahoma-Projected Round : Top 20



Smith can play both FS, and corner, and can do it all at both spots. He can cover in man, zone, and can play physical and has good ball skills. He can also lay the wood, but his main flaw is that he sometimes tries to lay someone out instead of going to wrap them up, but that can be cured by good coaching. He is also an explosive return man and can take one to the house on punts or kickoffs.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

Leodis McKelvin Troy State-Projected Round : Mid to Late 1st



McKelvin is a very good corner who is good in coverage, and as a return man. He is a 3 time All-Sun Belt and a 3rd team AP All-America this season. He is listed at 5-11, but many question that size, as he looks a bit smaller than that. He is a hell of an athlete and player however and with a good combine could shoot up boards.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

Antoine Cason Arizona-Projected Round : Mid to Late 1st



Casonís stock has slipped a bit, but he is still a very good corner and has been one of the top corners in the nation. Last season he was on par with Darelle Revis and Leon Hall as prospects before he pulled out of the draft for his senior season. He dominated the Pac-10 this season and could be a solid fit here in Philadelphia.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

Terrell Thomas USC-Projected Round : Mid 2nd



Thomas is another guy who like Smith can play corner, Free Safety, or return kicks. He is a good enough hitter, but is known for his coverage skills and also is a special teams demon, returning a blocked field goal for a touchdown in 2006. He is also one of the leaders of the USC defense, which was known as one of the most talented in the nation.
By EaglesFan5-36-81

Dominique Rodger-Cromartie
CB, Tennessee State
Height: 6'2
Weight: 183
Projection (round): 1st to early 2nd




Pros: Rodgers-Cromartie has great size, and can create the big play. He is fast and can return kicks. He has the athleticism to run with faster receivers. Stats last year were 33 tackles 2 INT and 3 touchdowns. He is lean and has long arms, wich should make him make a few plays in the NFL. He can also returns kicks and spark the return game.

Cons: He has a very thin build, which could lead to receivers overpowering him. He needs to bulk up. He relies on athletic ability to much and may need to adjust to suceed in the pro level.

Bottom line: DRC could be a bonus pick for the Eagles. We need more depth at corner and an explosive return man. He had a great senior bowl. We'll wait to see what he does at the combine. He is most likely to go in the 1st round, and he'll probably be avaidible at 19.

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Kenny Phillips Miami - Top 20



Phillips is a guy who many on this board have as overrated. While I agree he hasnít exactly lived up to his potential, he is without a doubt the most talented safety in this draft. He has made plays during his tenure at Miami that only a hand full of safeties could ever make, and was talented enough to be named All-ACC 1st team 2 years in a row, and All-ACC Academic team, meaning he is a smart kid who can pick up J.Jís defense and is also willing to learn.
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Jonathan Hefny Tennessee-Projected Round : Mid to Late 2nd



Hefny is a smaller guy, but can cover, return punts, play corner, and has terrific ball skills. He can get up there with wide receivers despite being a smaller guy and can also be a good hitter. Some sites have compared him to Bob Sanders, but that is a terrible comparison because he is better in coverage, but is not as effective in the box as Sanders.
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Quintin Demps UTEP-Projected Round : Late 2nd to Mid 3rd



Demps is maybe the best defensive player in C-USA this season(definitely the top DB) And is this seasons UTEP stud. He had 5 picks, 14 passes defended, 72 total tackles, and all this came from both corner and safety. He is IMO a better fit however in the NFL, but the versatility canít hurt. He can also play special teams, and blocked a punt this season.
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Thomas DeCoud California-Projected Round : Late 2nd to Mid 3rd



DeCoud is a guy who has led the Cal Bears D this season in total tackles with 116, and had a pick, and 4 pass break ups along with 2 fumbles forced, and one fumble recover. He had one of his better seasons this year and is also among the top Defensive backs in the Pac-10, and was named All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention.
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Tackle:

Full Name : Baker, Sam
College : USC
Height: 6'5
Weight : 305 lbs.
40 Time, 5.15
Position : Tackle
NFL Comp : John Tait - Bears
Projection, second round

BIO:
Baker is an experienced blocker having started at USC for 4 years. He is a tough competitor who rarely loses a battle in the trenches. Sam has been named to just about every first team there is. His knee may Baker, a 3-time All-American first teamer (making him USC's third-ever 3-time All-American, along with Richard Wood and Matt Leinart) and among the top offensive linemen in the nation, started for his fourth season at left offensive tackle as a senior in 2007. He was named to the 2007 Walter Camp All-American first team, Phil Steele's All-American first team, AP All-American second team, SI.com All-American second team, Collegefootballnews.com All-American second team, All-Pac-10 first team (for the third consecutive year), ESPN.com All-Pac-10 first team, Collegefootballnews.com All-Pac-10 first team, Phil Steele's All-Pac-10 first team and Rivals.com All-Pac-10 second team. He was 1 of 12 semifinalists for the 2007 Lombardi Award.


Tackle:

Full Name : Barton, Kirk
College : Ohio State
Height: 6'6
Weight : 310 lbs.
40 Time, Unknown
Position : Tackle
NFL Comp : Levi Jones - Bengals
Projection, Going into the season we thought first round, but he has been surpassed by other tackles and should still be a first day selection, but isn't what we thought he was back in September.

BIO:
Barton is a strong blocker who knows how to use leverage to his advantage. Kirk is known to stay with is blocks long after the play is over, and he seems to get stronger as the game wears on. He is a wiley old vet as he has started for the Buckeyes the past 3 seasons. Technique-is great leading the run or pass. Perfect technician who finishes plays. Seen a lot of snaps at Ohio State. Good first punch. Smart, effective.

Tackle:

Full Name : Boatman, Shannon
College : Florida State
Height: 6'7
Weight : 309 lbs.
Position : Tackle
40 Time, Unknown
NFL Comp : Eprhaim Salaam - Texans
Projection Needs to add weight, early second day pick.

BIO:
Boatman has good size and can move well. He is a junior college transer who impressed the 'Noles coaching staff in his first year. He also is versatile enough to play both tackle spots on the offensive line. Great size, 6í7Ē and 315lbs., and has long arms. Solid short area player who gets positioning. Solid work ethic rounds him off nicely. Great team player.
Weaknesses Lacks great technique to hold block. Mediocre speed and agility. Also has had type 1 Diabetes since the age of 17, may not be an issue but scouts will know and may consider.



Tackle:

Full Name : Cherilus, Gosder
College : Boston College
Height: 6'7
Weight : 318 lbs.
40 Time, 5.25
Position : Tackle
NFL Comp : Tony Pashos - Jaguars
Projection, forth to fifth round pick.

BIO:
Gosder Cherilus is more than just a unique name. He is a big road grader who paves wide lanes for his running back to cruise through. Gosder is very experienced as he has started 37 consecutive games. In 2006 started all 13 games at right tackle ...paved the way for seven 100-yard rushing games and a collective 1,424 rushing yards by L.V. Whitworth and Andre Callender. He is big, plays perfect as a right tackle. He gets great positioning and takes good angles. He is very consistent, a little stronger and he will be ready to start in the NFL immediately. He locks on, keeps good separation, and has solid lateral quickness.
Weaknesses Quality Right Tackle, limited to the right side, and due to a smaller upside will lower his stock some.




Tackle:

Full Name : Clady, Ryan
College : Boise St.
Height: 6'6
Weight : 317 lbs.
40 Time, 5.20
Position : Tackle
NFL Comp : Joe Thomas - Browns
Projection 1st round.

BIO:
Clady is a big road grading left tackle prospect who could end up being a franchise player at the next level. He has excellent footwork and technique, and is tremendously athletic for his size. Ideal size and when he gets his hands on the defender locks him out. Good foot movement and slides with the defender. Can dominate his man in the WAC the majority of the time.
Good technique and has a good initial punch.


Tackle:

Full Name : Collins, Anthony
College : Kansas
Height: 6'5
Weight : 310 lbs.
40 Time, 5.10
Position : Tackle
NFL Comp : Levi Brown - Cardinals
Projection 3rd round.

BIO:
Collins is a big bruisng right tackle, who is a stallwort in pass protection. He can open up huge holes in the run game and is very strong and athletic. Excellent wide frame and long arms. When focused he has the ability to drop back nicely and ride the rusher past the QB. Is able to turn his defender and get a hole in the run game. Stronger at blocking down.
Weaknesses At times loses balance and gets lazy with his backpedal. Has a tendency to let his arms drop in his pass drops. Needs to work on hitting a moving target in space.


Tackle:

Full Name : Dunbar, Franklin
College : Middle Tennessee St.
Height: 6'5
Weight : 320 lbs.
40 Time, 5.35
Position : Tackle
NFL Comp : Roman Oben - Chargers
Projection 7th or Priority UDFA.

BIO:
Dunbar is a beast of a man, and had earned First Team All Sun Belt honors through his hard work and solid play. He has all the intangibles to succeed at the next level but it may take a season or two for him to blossom. Is able to lock out his man and ride him out of the way from the QB. Is able to get a push off the line in run plays and seal the corner. Quick first step.
Weaknesses Needs to handle the bull rush and speed rushers better. Is going to have to bulk up and get better conditioned. Needs to improve the ability to hit a moving target.



Tackle:

Full Name : Dunlap, King
College : Auburn
Height: 6'8
Weight : 318 lbs.
40 Time, Unknown
Position : Tackle
NFL Comp : Robert Gallery - Raiders


BIO:
This guys name isn't the only thing intimidating about him as he towers at 6'8. Dunlap has good footwork and is suprising agile for a man his size. He will need to add some more bulk to his frame to be a fixture in the NFL.


Tackle:

Full Name : Greco, John
College : Toledo
Height: 6'5
Weight : 318 lbs.
40 Time, Unknown
Position : Tackle
NFL Comp : John Welbourn - Chiefs
projection, fifth-sixth round

BIO:
Greco is a physical player who is a solid blocker no matter whether the play is a pass or run. He is technically sound and possesses all the tools needed to play at the next level. Named first-team all-conference and second-team all-region as a senior. Second-team all-conference as a junior. School was co-conference champion in junior year and conference runner-up in freshman year. Lettered two years in football and one in basketball. Attended the same high school as former UT All-MAC center Chris Tuminello. Played for Coach Gary Smith


Tackle:

Full Name : Hills, Tony
College : Texas
Height: 6'6
Weight : 305 lbs.
40 Time, Unknown
Position : Tackle
NFL Comp : Guy Whimper - Giants
Projection 3rd Round.

BIO:
Hills is a converted tight end who has been doing well since he converted to a tackle coming out of high school. He held his own as a starter, and earned himself an All Big 12 Honorable Mention, and was also named to the ESPN "Toughest of The Tough" in college football. Hills has recovered from a major knee injury suffered in his past, but those things are always going to raise a red flag to NFL scouts. Size and weight. Is able to lock out and slide his feet and mirror his man. Able to seal a corner and create space for the ballcarrier.
Weaknesses Speed defenders will challenge his ability to protect the passer. Needs to play with better balance at times and a nasty streak.


Tackle:

Full Name : Long, Jake
College : Michigan
Height: 6'7
Weight : 330 lbs.
40 Time, 5.0
Position : Tackle
NFL Comp : Marcus McNeil - Chargers
Projection The consensus top tackle on most boards.

BIO:
Long is a beast of a man who is the heart and soul of the Wolverines offensive line and is a wall that keeps pass rushers away from his quarterback. Long shows great leadership on and off the football field, and he's been showered with awards and accolades during his career. Play recognition-learns the play as it happens and makes proper adjustments. Mirrors defenders flawlessly. Is an elite technician. Above average run and pass defender. Has experience in zone and man blocking schemes. Tough, fierce, competitive. Has mastered many nuances of the game.
Weaknesses Is not athletic and may get beat at the next level. Has a tougher time with bull-rushers. Has a high center of gravity and smaller ends can win the position battle. A tad overrated due to being a tackle at Michigan.


Tackle/Guard:

Full Name : McGlynn, Mike
College : Pittsburgh
Height: 6'5
Weight : 315 lbs.
40 Time, Unknown
Position : Tackle
NFL Comp : Guy Whimper - Giants
Projection Solid priority UDFA guy who may even sneak into round 7 with good post-season workouts.


BIO:
Mcglynn is an experienced lineman having played in every game he could have at Pitt. He is versatile as he can also play guard and can even long snap. He is a tough, physical, blocker who always goes until he hears a whistle. Solid guy. Strong, and plays ROT with a go-for-the-throat mentality. Shows pretty good balance and hand use in pass pro. Not a killer in run blocking yet, but has some of that potential in him. Could play inside. Solid long-snapper. Battle-tested and camp ready.
Weaknesses Has had shoulder surgery. Is not a beast in the run game. Does not possess elite footwork. Can be double-moved and deaked in pass pro. Lacks an outstanding physical characteristic. May have maxed out already.


Tackle:

Full Name : Nicks, Carl
College : Nebraska
Height: 6'5
Weight : 325 lbs.
40 Time, 5.35
Position : Tackle
NFL Comp : Jordan Black - Chiefs
Projection Solid 4th rounder.


BIO:
Nicks is a junior college transfer who has played admirably in his first full year at Nebraska. He has NFL size, good athleticism, and is a skilled and polished blocker. Very nice pro size. Bubble butt. Gets out of his stance quickly. In pass pro he mirrors well and has a smooth back pedal. Uses hands well and has a decent initial punch. Keeps arms extended and steers the defender. He really shines as a run blocker though. Keeps his legs churning, and when he locks on, he'll bury you.
Weaknesses May be better suited to ROT, because he is not an elite pass blocker. Can be beaten with a hard inside rush and with stunts. Backpedals well, but not always deep enough, allowing defenders to get around him deep and outside. Doesn't hunt people up if there was no one initially in his area. Doesn't have great balance. Will be a 25-year old draftee. Bouncy past needs examination for possible issues.



Tackle:

Full Name : Otah, Jeff
College : Pittsburgh
Height: 6'6
Weight : 340 lbs.
40 Time, 5.35
Position : Tackle
NFL Comp : Winston Justice - Eagles
projection, Late first to early second round.


BIO:
Otah is JUCO transfer who has made his presence felt on Pitt's offensive line. He has a big frame, and is surprisingly athletic for a man his size. Named the offensive recipient of the Ed Conway Award, annually presented to the most improved players of the spring.
A physically imposing player on the rise with great size, and a frame to carry his 345-pounds smoothly. Gets out of his stance quickly. Uses hands well. Steers the RDE out away from the play. Will finish run blocks. Looks the part. Solid physique. Has not maxed out his potential. Excels in pass pro. Pretty good feet for LOT, and should be one of the top 3-4 LOT candidates for the 2008 draft.
Weaknesses Has a lot to learn. Does not really hand punch, but rather hand fights a bit too much. Gets too tall too quickly and can be beaten by quick spin moves, especially to the inside. Raw technique. Not an elite run blocker. Hasn't played at a consistently high level for very long. Should do even more with the immense talent he possesses. Does not have a great motor. Gets lazy on some plays, especially when the action goes the other way. Needs to finish his run blocks, lock on better, and learn how to bury people. He will also get confused when choosing between two rushers and misses both... All things that pro coaching and experience can correct.



Tackle:

Full Name : Richardson, Barry
College : Clemson
Height: 6'7
Weight : 330 lbs.
40 Time, 5.20
Position : Tackle
NFL Comp : Marc Colombo - Cowboys
drafting team change him?
Projection, Mid second to mid third


BIO:
Richardson has been starting for Clemson since he stepped foot on campus as a freshman. He is powerful enough to outmuscle his opponents, but also has good footwork and he is constantly improving his technique. Very athletic with quick feet and the lateral agility to shuffle. He is a huge offensive tackle who has started in 32 consecutive games. Nice size frame and plays hard. Richardson takes good angles and is able to adjust well to a moving target. He also shows great power at the point of attack.
Weaknesses Should be a first-round pick before the season but his stock has possibly been lowered some with scouts due to him lacking in ability to finish blocks and be an effective pass blocker. Huge guy, can the drafting team change him?


Tackle/Guard:

Full Name : Rodd, Brandon
College : Arizona St.
Height: 6'4
Weight : 305 lbs.
40 Time, Unknown
Position : Tackle
NFL Comp : Artis Hicks - Vikings
Projection , Mid round pick on second day

BIO:
Rodd is an extremely intelligent lineman who has already earned his degree. He is versatile as he can play both guard and tackle, and he excels at both. He's mechanically sound, with a solid technique in both pass and run blocking. Good size at 6-4, 302 pounds. Quick first step against the pass rush. Has good experience against some of the top pass rushers in the country. Very smart player on and off the field. Received his degree before his senior year even began, and was named 2nd Team Academic All Pac-10.
Weaknesses Struggles against top competition. Playing in a huge Thanksgiving night game against USC for the Rose Bowl, Arizona State allowed 6 sacks, 4 of them to the man lining up opposite Rodd, Lawrence Jackson. Rodd struggles with the pass rushers possessing both quickness and strength.


Tackle:

Full Name : Thiry, Dylan
College : Northwestern
Height: 6'8
Weight : 315 lbs.
40 Time, Unknown
Position : Tackle
NFL Comp : Adam Terry - Ravens

BIO:
Thiry is a very tall and talented lineman. He has a lot of career starts under his belt so he is as experienced as they come. His durability is a question as he has missed time to due injuries the last two seasons.


Tackle:

Full Name : Williams, Chris
College : Vanderbilt
Height: 6'6
Weight : 320 lbs.
40 Time, 5.25
Position : Tackle
NFL Comp : Chris Samuels - Redskins
Projection, Because Williams is still a bit of a work in progress he will not go in the first round but will be a first day pick.

BIO:
Williams is a mammoth blocker who has the ability to protect a quarterback's blindside in the NFL. He shows good technique and is incredibly strong, and very mobile for his size. League coaches tabbed Williams as a postseason second team All-SEC recipient... In postseason ceremonies, earned team's Most Valuable Offensive Lineman Award from coaching staff... Started every game protecting quarterback's blind side at left tackle, running his consecutive start streak to 21 games. Constantly earned unit's top blocking grade. Williams has ideal size for the position. He is solidly built without the excessive belly fat prominent in many prospects his size/weight. Williams is very good technically, using his hands well to deliver an initial punch and redirect defenders. He uses his long arms to keep the speedy edge rushers under control. He has decent quickness off the snap and very good feet, sliding well laterally to get out to the edge rushers and to keep his feet in position to counter the bull rush. He gets to the second level smoothly and is always looking for the next block after completing his first one. He's is rarely knocked off balance. He's also had experience at the LG position, making him a versatile commodity. He's also managed to avoid injury thus far.
Weaknesses Despite his size, he needs to add some bulk and strength, particularly in the lower body to become a better run blocker. He's a bit more of a finesse blocker, relying on technique instead of raw power. He doesn't play with great aggressiveness.

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First up, we need to figure out who we're going to release. I think we should try to work out trades, I'm not sure if we should discuss who we will be releasing in this thread, seeing that would ruin our shots at trading them.

What ever you guys want to do, I still have to update the scouting reports.

If anybody has the accurate information on our draft picks please either post it in this thread or PM me, thanks in advance.
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Picks

1 - Pick 19
2 -
3 -
4 -
5 -
6 -
7 -

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Hey Phire, just to let you know, from what I have heard, this will be a 3 round Draft. Very Happy
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Phire wrote:
First up, we need to figure out who we're going to release. I think we should try to work out trades, I'm not sure if we should discuss who we will be releasing in this thread, seeing that would ruin our shots at trading them.

What ever you guys want to do, I still have to update the scouting reports.

If anybody has the accurate information on our draft picks please either post it in this thread or PM me, thanks in advance.


http://thehuddlereport.com/FREE_CONTENT/draftorder.shtml

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Laughing I did this the month before the senior bowl and the rounds on some players now seem way off.

I'll add more reports when I can, I might add a ew tonight, if not tommorow either before 2 or after 6.
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Phire wrote:
Picks

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Hey Phire, just to let you know, from what I have heard, this will be a 3 round Draft. Very Happy


Yeah, I was just doing multiple things at once and listed 1-7.

And thank you EaglesFan5-36-81 for the information.
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Yeah, I was just doing multiple things at once and listed 1-7.

And thank you EaglesFan5-36-81 for the information.


Alright, I was just making sure you knew.
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EaglesFan5-36-81 wrote:
Laughing I did this the month before the senior bowl and the rounds on some players now seem way off.

I'll add more reports when I can, I might add a ew tonight, if not tommorow either before 2 or after 6.


Ok, just shoot me a PM with any changes you need made.

I'm also trying to utilize Poloc2289's Free Agent thread.
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Phire wrote:
Yeah, I was just doing multiple things at once and listed 1-7.

And thank you EaglesFan5-36-81 for the information.


Alright, I was just making sure you knew.


Thanks man, are you the Jags GM?
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I'd like to know what you value the following players as:

Lito Sheppard
Donovan McNabb
Trent Cole
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I'd like to know what you value the following players as:

Lito Sheppard
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Trent Cole


The only definitive NO is Trent Cole. I can't see anyone wanting to trade him.
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I'd like to know what you value the following players as:

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The only definitive NO is Trent Cole. I can't see anyone wanting to trade him.


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