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Mullens is a backup beast. I'm serious when I say that, best in the NFL. He can actually move the ball, unlike the rest.

Wish it was a move the Panthers made.
 

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rumply

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Genuinely not sure how I feel about the eagles being linked to Watson

Same.

Huge talent, obviously but as the article points out, there will be a suspension. & he has issues keeping his dick in his pants, which is yeah, not good.

Personally, I really want them to give Hurts the season. The roster is in transition & if he sucks, he sucks & QB can be addressed again next draft.

But it would be a very Philly thing to do & after winning a couple games, we'd probably all be on the Watson bandwagon. I hated the Vick signing back in the day but eventually had to respect the player, if not the human being.
 
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The Philadelphia Inquirer reports Jalen Reagor failed the Eagles' conditioning test on Wednesday.
As did Dallas Goedert. Reagor also picked up "lower-body tightness" in the process. Via sources, Jeff McLane reports Reagor "wasn’t physically or mentally ready to pass the test" following the murder of a childhood friend. The Eagles believe that unspeakable tragedy has affected Reagor's "readiness and performance at the start of camp." Reagor is on the spot following a disappointing rookie campaign, but he is far from the first player to fail his initial conditioning test. He still has plenty of time to get in a groove before Week 1. Goedert's failed test was reportedly the result of misunderstanding the instructions for the workout.
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SOURCE: Philadelphia Inquirer
Jul 29, 2021, 10:21 PM ET
 

rumply

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The Philadelphia Inquirer reports Jalen Reagor failed the Eagles' conditioning test on Wednesday.
As did Dallas Goedert. Reagor also picked up "lower-body tightness" in the process. Via sources, Jeff McLane reports Reagor "wasn’t physically or mentally ready to pass the test" following the murder of a childhood friend. The Eagles believe that unspeakable tragedy has affected Reagor's "readiness and performance at the start of camp." Reagor is on the spot following a disappointing rookie campaign, but he is far from the first player to fail his initial conditioning test. He still has plenty of time to get in a groove before Week 1. Goedert's failed test was reportedly the result of misunderstanding the instructions for the workout.
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SOURCE: Philadelphia Inquirer
Jul 29, 2021, 10:21 PM ET
Sucks for the guy there's been a tragedy. Needs to move past that quickly though, he is one that cant afford too many mistakes this season, got to show what he can do.
 

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Sucks for the guy there's been a tragedy. Needs to move past that quickly though, he is one that cant afford too many mistakes this season, got to show what he can do.
Eagles have very little at WR. Im guessing theyll sign some training camp exits from other teams, maybe some vet FA out there, or make a trade for someone worthwhile. Smith will beast but hes a rookie and just in case, that you need reliable vets out there. Fulgham stunned early but he collapsed soon after, dont think hes a long term thing. Raegor needs to step up. No one else on the depth chart tbh
 

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Eagles have very little at WR. Im guessing theyll sign some training camp exits from other teams, maybe some vet FA out there, or make a trade for someone worthwhile. Smith will beast but hes a rookie and just in case, that you need reliable vets out there. Fulgham stunned early but he collapsed soon after, dont think hes a long term thing. Raegor needs to step up. No one else on the depth chart tbh
Yes Reagor needs to step up. Fulghum was misused for much of last season so who knows what was going on there, reckon he will comfortably turn out a solid wr3 or 4 this year. The guy that is interesting is Quez Watkins, showed a bit last season.

JJAW breakout season coming up. Will lead the NFL in receiving yards.
Shouldn't be on the team at this point but he's getting rep's in the slot the last couple practice days, so maybe this new coaching group manage to salvage something, anything out of this spud.
 

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