Philadelphia Eagles: TAAAYO—Daniel Teo-Nesheim Looks Fierce So Far

August 9, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There has been one primary focus on the Philadelphia Eagles 2010 offseason, to replenish the defense with talented young players to either fill voids left by player departures or to simply find complements to already proven men.
The defensive line in particular saw the most action as the Eagles went on to use three of their 13 draft picks to acquire quality players like DE Brandon Graham, DE Daniel Teo-Nesheim, and DT Jeff Owens.
They also brought in Seattle Seahawks unknown phenom DE Darryl Tapp, and have another rookie named Ricky Sapp who has seen playing time at the DE position in camp.
However it is No. 52, a Huskie force named Teo-Nesheim that I am focusing on.
At 6'3", 263 lbs, he fits the bill for an Eagle prototypical defensive end, being undersized yet powerful and very fast.
He has already seen his share of frustration during his first training camp as a Philadelphia Eagles as he got into a small scuffle just a week ago. Eve...

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