Philadelphia Eagles Will Feel the Wrath of the NFL Lockout

March 25, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

When it comes to which team(s) are likely to get burned the most by a lengthy owner enforced lockout of its players it is hard to determine who will be impacted the greatest. Each of the 32 teams were forced to adjust their draft boards, and will continue to do so at a much higher rate than in previous years due to the uncertainty that has engulfed a hope for a free agency period by the lockout.
However, no team is likely to feel the owners wrath more than the Philadelphia Eagles for a variety of reasons, ranging from backup quarterback Kevin Kolb's trade value and how not having that additional first round pick will hurt the team, right down to why I believe the Eagles brass was one of few organizations in the league who didn't want a lockout to begin with.
Lets begin with the latter part first: why I believe the Eagles executives wanted no part in this mess.
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