Philadelphia Eagles Secondary: Does Macho’s Move Mean Curtains For Kurt Coleman?

September 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

On Tuesday, the Philadelphia Eagles made official a move that many have expected for a couple weeks—and may have unofficially made the first of their final roster cuts an easy one.
Macho Harris’ return to cornerback has been aborted, and as of this week, the 2009 draftee will move back to the position he played last season, free safety.
Harris was slowed by injury this preseason, and his absence allowed both veteran Dimitri Patterson and 2010 fourth-round pick Trevard Lindley the chance to impress the coaching staff so much that Macho was shunted back inside.
Coach Andy Reid was fine with the move on two levels.
As he told PhiladelphiaEagles.com correspondent Bo Wulf, “A little bit of the reason for moving Harris to safety, I think, was that I felt comfortable with Lindley, who did a nice job.”
Reid also added that he thinks, “Macho is a good safety…he can also help you out in nickel situations inside."
Harris is fine w...

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