Philadelphia Eagles’ Most Surprising Roster Moves From “Cut Day”

September 5, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

If nothing else, there is certainly one thing we can say about brand-new Eagles general manger Howie Roseman: the man is not boring.

Roseman's first "cut day" as the Eagles' GM yielded two trades, releasing two former starters as well as keeping 10 draft picks and two more rookies not drafted by the Eagles.
I was highly critical of the Eagles' decision to keep 13 draft picks because I figured there was no way more than seven or eight rookies actually made the roster.

Clearly I underestimated the youth movement in Philly as a grand total of 12 rookies make up the 53-man roster. That's an insanely high amount and it could result in more long-term success than anything immediate.

There were several surprises out of Philadelphia this past Saturday, but let's take a look at the five most surprising and intriguing.

Trading Stacy Andrews to Seattle

The move started to look inevitable on Saturday, but only a week ago no one would have guessed tha...

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