2010 NFL Draft: Why the Philadelphia Eagles Could “Pounce” on Maurkice Pouncey

April 2, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Everyone predicted that when free agency began on March 5, the lack of a salary cap would turn the NFL upside down.
So far, it looks like that tornado has definitely touched down in South Philadelphia—because it has been a whirlwind four weeks for the Eagles.
Five players have been cut. Reggie Brown was traded to Tampa. Chris Clemons was jettisoned to Seattle, and unrestricted free agents Jason Babin and Sean Jones have defected.
However, to counter those moves, the Eagles have brought back seven of their restricted free agents, acquired defensive end Darryl Tapp in the Clemons trade, and signed a triad of solid players: running back Mike Bell, defensive back Marlin Jackson, and former Eagle receiver Hank Baskett.
With all that said, where do the Eagles stand going forward—especially in terms of the draft?
If you know the Birds and can read between the lines, you should already know the answer to that.
Yup, it looks like one of two scenarios on...

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