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Jeremy Maclin

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I'm not sure we have less of a losing culture.

correct. it would be a step to the side, except he'd be going from a team that was at least winning the past couple years and who were considered serious SB contenders or at least playoff bound to suck.

i can't imagine anyone being happy about that. sounds like punishment to me.

btw, that's mainly for the benefit of those who hope we lose out.

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for what? He has had heath issues in the past. No way do I give up a second or first rounder

What if we could get him for a 3rd

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What if we could get him for a 3rd

yea I would

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I'd rather have more of a dynamic playmaker in the draft. Maclin isn't even like a 90 on madden

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I always liked Maclin. Feels like Maclin is under utilized or either doesnt fit well in their offense. Maclin has potential to be a no.1 WR but on the Eagles offense, he just looked like a strong no.2.

I'd love to add Maclin but it's likely he's not going anywhere. A new Philly staffs wouldn't want to get rid of a young talent like Maclin. And I wouldn't want to trade away a 1st or 2nd for him. We have too much needs elsewhere to address with the draft. Can't be trading away picks.

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i like maclin, hes a baller.. but has trouble staying healthy

wouldnt be mad if by some divine miracle we get him cheap though, but we have enough injury prone players

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I always liked Maclin. Feels like Maclin is under utilized or either doesnt fit well in their offense. Maclin has potential to be a no.1 WR but on the Eagles offense, he just looked like a strong no.2.

I'd love to add Maclin but it's likely he's not going anywhere. A new Philly staffs wouldn't want to get rid of a young talent like Maclin. And I wouldn't want to trade away a 1st or 2nd for him. We have too much needs elsewhere to address with the draft. Can't be trading away picks.

Apparently it's been reported that Philly is keeping Reid this year so I could see him making some moves to make his team better ASAP. That being said I wouldn't give away any more than a 2014 3rd.

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Well to answer your question I would be interested in Maclin.

WR is a bigger need on this team than many care to admit.

Would love for them to get Bowe

right on the money

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