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PantherPhann89

Member Since 25 Jun 2009
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In Topic: Adrian Peterson wants to be traded to 1 of 5 teams, one in the NFC south

Today, 03:13 PM

I doubt if he's on our radar anyway, not that I wouldn't want him...


In Topic: Are you a combine person or game tape person?

Today, 03:10 PM

More game than combine. The game film is what you're going to get. The combine shows what he has to build on...


In Topic: Panthers attempting to re-sign DT Dwan Edwards

Today, 12:24 AM

Sounds like we're paving our direction into free agency...


In Topic: Eagles and Bills: Major Trade

Today, 12:19 AM

Paul Domowitch's article from January predicting the Eagles wouldn't keep McCoy because they couldn't afford both him and Maclin

"McCoy is only 26, but already has played six NFL seasons. His 1,461 carries rank ninth among active running backs. Most of the eight in front of him - Steven Jackson, Frank Gore, Willis McGahee, Chris Johnson, Maurice Jones-Drew - are on the downside of their careers. While the run game is a key element of Kelly's offense, he, like a growing number of other NFL coaches, might feel he can find a younger, cheaper replacement(s) in the draft.
Take a look at the leading rushers for this year's 12 playoff teams. The Seahawks' Marshawn Lynch is the only back with a salary-cap number above $5 million ($8M). The leading rushers for nine of the 12 playoff teams had a cap number under $2 million. And this year's draft is supposed to be especially rich and deep in running backs."
http://mobile.philly...es&id=290151411


and another article from March where he predicts it is not likely McCoy will be back:

"McCoy's 2015 cap number is $11.9 million, second highest among NFL running backs to Adrian Peterson ($15.4 million). Throw in Darren Sproles' $4.1 million cap number and have $16 million of the Eagles' 2015 salary cap (expected to be around $140 million) invested at running back. And that will increase even more once the Eagles tender restrict free agent Chris Polk. McCoy is only 26 and is one of the two or three best backs in the league. But he already has nearly 1,800 career touches. If his cap number were, say $5 million to $6 million, we probably wouldn't be having this conversation. But it isn't. Chip Kelly has said he wants McCoy back, but at $11.9 million? Not likely."
http://www.goerie.co...tch-column-0301

 

I guess someone did after all. This season is going to be interesting...
 


In Topic: Eagles and Bills: Major Trade

Yesterday, 06:53 PM

Wow, I'll bet no one predicted this...