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Authentic Darius Slay Jersey has been saying all the right things since arriving to the Philadelphia Eagles via trade from the Detroit Lions.

His latest statement will surely make him family to Eagles fans and the entire city of Philadelphia.

While speaking on his Instagram Live, Slay stated that he would wear jersey No. 24 for the Eagles in honor of the late Kobe Bryant.

The No. 24 was previously warned by Jordan Howard who took his talents to South Beach and joined the Miami Dolphins on a two-year deal.

The last big named defensive back to wear the number was Nnamdi Asomugha, who famously forgot how to play the position after the Eagles made him the highest-paid cornerback in the NFL, prying him away from Raiders in free agency during the 2011 offseason.

Nickell Robey-Coleman, the newest Eagles cornerback, is facing a classic tough decision: does he fight for his old jersey number, or does he pick a new one?

It’s a conundrum countless athletes have faced before. Robey-Coleman, a veteran, most recently wore No. 23, but the Eagles already have a No. 23 in safety Rodney McLeod, ostensibly the leader of the secondary with Malcolm Jenkins gone.

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Authentic Will Parks Jersey grew up in North Philadelphia, but the first time he went to an Eagles game was on November 5, 2017, when the home team thrashed his Denver Broncos, 51-23. Parks returned to Lincoln Financial Field for the first time as a fan a few months later with his father, William McLeod, to watch the Eagles hoist the NFC Championship after routing Minnesota, 38-7.

McLeod, a Vikings fan, was left in despair on that glorious January evening. Parks’ mother, Nyerere, meanwhile, is “the biggest Eagles fan out there” with a fan cave that Parks claims would make anyone jealous. On Saturday, Parks gave his mother something else to be happy about as he agreed to terms on a one-year deal to return home.

Most new players don’t understand what it’s like to play in Philadelphia. For Parks, who returned to his home in the Philadelphia area the past few offseasons, the fans are a big part of why he wanted to come back.

“I love the fans. They’re passionate about their Eagles. You want a fan base that you’ll thrive off of,” Parks said. “I love that attitude because it brings the best out of you.”

As he entered free agency for the first time after four seasons in Denver, Parks called Philadelphia a “perfect” situation. Why?

There’s the quarterback in Carson Wentz. “I love Carson,” Parks said. “He would have been MVP (in 2017) if he didn’t get hurt, you know what I mean?”

There’s the defensive coordinator in Jim Schwartz. “You have a guy who is smart, who has been one of the best defensive coordinators for a very long time,” said Parks.

Parks also recognizes that it’s different to play the safety position in Philadelphia. Parks fondly remembers Hall of Famer Brian Dawkins patrolling the secondary. Weapon X’s knockout blow of Packers tight end Bubba Franks in 2005 is his favorite hit. Dawkins was at the forefront of being an interchangeable safety that is imperative in today’s NFL. Parks can play the post, line up as the dime linebacker, and man up against receivers in the slot.

“It’s definitely what teams are looking for. The game has definitely changed. You’ve got these tight ends that are moving like receivers. You have these backs that are moving like tight ends,” Parks said. “The game is changing and you’ve got to change with the game.”

Parks is not the only one who fits that bill. The team agreed to terms on a one-year deal with defensive back Jalen Mills, who also presents Schwartz with a versatile chess piece on the back end.

“You don’t have a bunch of sitting ducks back there,” Parks said.

The Eagles also agreed to bring back safety Rodney McLeod on a two-year deal and traded for Pro Bowl cornerback Darius Slay. As Parks waits for the opportunity to bond with his new teammates, he doesn’t have to worry about adapting to a new city. And both of his parents, even the Vikings fan, are happy that they can see him play just minutes from where he was raised.

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This is not the resolution I expected back on Jan. 7, when Jenkins said on locker clean-out day he wouldn’t play for the Eagles in 2020 under terms of his 2017 contract restructure, which called for $7.6 million in base salary this coming year and averaged $8.8 million per year, making him the 11th-highest-paid safety in the league.

I figured Jenkins wanted to be here, Howie Roseman and Doug Pederson understood his value, and they’d find a figure in the middle, quickly get a new contract done with a significant raise without breaking the bank and we’d all move on to wide receiver and corner.

Jenkins wanted to be one of the five-highest-paid safeties in the league, and it would have taken something in the neighborhood of $13.8 million per year to make that happen.

Jenkins is a three-time Pro Bowler, an unquestioned locker room leader, a fixture in the community, a remarkably durable player on a team where everybody is always hurt.

Is he worth $14 million a year at 32 years old?

Honestly? Probably not.

Because he helped the Eagles win a Super Bowl and played at such a high level and was such a class act, the city grew attatched to Jenkins. We all did.

In an important way, this is different than Reggie and Dawk. The Eagles didn’t even attempt to bring those guys back. This time, there was a respectful exchange of ideas, the two sides were just too far apart.

This isn’t cataclysmic. But it still hurts.

I just can’t believe that the Eagles and Jenkins’ agent couldn’t make something work.

Something in between that $8.8 million figure and the $14 million figure. There’s a lot of room there.

If three years at $11.5 or $12 million wouldn’t get it done? I can see where the Eagles are coming from. They have a lot of needs, they have to get younger and something north of $12 million a year for a guy who’ll be 33 by the end of this coming season is a lot. Too much.

But if the Eagles’ best offer wasn’t significantly above that $8.8 million figure? Then they’ve made a serious miscalculation. If they didn’t do everything they possibly could have done to make something work here, then they’ve made a big mistake.

Jenkins isn’t the same player he was a few years ago, but he’s still very good. He was terrific down the stretch this past season, and on a team that had 47 different starters in 2019, he was one of only six to start and finish every game. Since 2017, only Jenkins and Jason Kelce have stared and finished every game.

You don’t bring him back because everybody loves him. You bring him back because he’s still one of the better safeties in the league and one of your best players.

Here are the defensive backs the Eagles currently have under contract: Sidney Jones, Rasul Douglas, Jalen Mills, Authentic Avonte Maddox Jersey, Authentic Cre’Von LeBlanc Jersey, Authentic Marcus Epps Jersey, Rudy Ford, Authentic Craig James Jersey and Authentic Trevor Williams Jersey. Sounds like the Eagles will give Mills a shot at safety. Rodney McLeod is back, and that’s big. Still, barring some front-office mastery these next few months, this secondary won’t be as good without No. 27 back there.

They’ll draft guys and they’ll sign guys and they’ll add guys, but that hasn’t gone too well lately for this team in the secondary.

They desperately need defensive backs, and they just let a pretty good one walk.

We’re two days into free agency and Howie has certainly kept his promise to get younger. But as we’ve all seen in the past, getting younger doesn’t always mean getting better.

There’s only one way Roseman can guarantee this wasn’t a grave mistake. That’s to go out and find some defensive backs who can play. Who can help this team win another Super Bowl.

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The Eagles could use a safety.

Perhaps it isn’t as dire a need anymore, since they decided to bring back Jalen Mills and will convert him to safety, and Rodney McLeod and signed free agent Will Parks.

That doesn’t mean they won’t take one when the 2020 NFL Draft begins in just three weeks.

In addition to Mills, McLeod and Parks, the Eagles also have Rudy Ford and Authentic Marcus Epps Jersey on the roster.

Neither Epps nor Ford are considered to be more of a special team player, though Epps played 99 defensive snaps after being claimed off waivers from the Vikings on Nov. 7. Ford received just 16 defensive snaps in 10 games before he was placed on Injured Reserve with an abdomen injury.

There are options at safety, and Sports Illustrated took a look at who the first one off the board might be in the draft.

The Eagles won’t be the first team that takes a safety.

In fact, they may not get around to shoring up that position until the third day of the draft.In my Eagles mock draft 2.0 I had the them selecting Lenoir-Rhyne’s Kyle Dugger in the second round.

It could still happen, or maybe Minnesota’s Antoine Winfield is in play with their second-round selection, at No. 53.

No matter who they take – or if they take anybody at all – it likely won’t be Alabama’s Xavier McKinney or LSU’s Grant Delpit.

They are considered to be the top two players at their position entering the draft and will likely be gone in the first round or early in the second round at the latest.

Three third-day options for the Eagles could be Kenny Robinson, Clemson’s K’Von Wallace or Louisiana Tech’s L’Jarius Sneed.

Robinson is an interesting prospect in that he was kicked out of West Virginia University in an academic fraud scandal, was unable to enter the transfer portal, so he went into the XFL, picking up valuable experience in a league that had many former NFL players.

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There are some new pieces added to the roster and there are some pieces re-signed with roles that very well could change in the 2020 Eagles season. An always-fluid situation, the roster is a changing document that is altered, in one way or another, almost every day for the remainder of the year.

With that in mind, it’s time to get caught up on names, jersey numbers, and roles for the players added and re-signed since the pre-free agency period began. The Eagles certainly have been busy …

Darius Slay, CB, No. 24

Acquired in a trade with Detroit, Darius Slay brings his “big play” mentality and on-field swagger to a defense in need of exactly that. He’s wearing jersey No. 24, he said, in honor of former Lower Merion High School (suburban Philadelphia) and Los Angeles Lakers all-timer Kobe Bryant, a huge Eagles fan who was tragically killed in a helicopter crash in late January. Slay has been selected to three consecutive Pro Bowls, he’s still only 29, and he upgrades the talent level and performance level of a cornerback group that last season gave up too many big plays in the passing game. He’s an immediate starter and Slay becomes the focal point of a revamped secondary.

Javon Hargrave, DT, No. 93

The Eagles made Javon Hargrave the focal point of an early push in free agency as he brings a perfect skill set to a defensive tackle group that is deep and talented. Whether Hargrave starts or not, he’s going to play a lot next to Fletcher Cox and Malik Jackson. The Eagles think that in this scheme, which asks defensive linemen to get up the field, Hargrave will thrive after playing in Pittsburgh’s 3-4 front as a nose tackle for four seasons. Hargrave adds versatility, power, and production up front.

Will Parks, S, No. 28

A Philadelphia native, Will Parks returns to play with the Eagles as a hybrid safety. So, what does that mean, exactly? It means the Eagles plan on seeing how the fast and aggressive Parks fits in as a deep safety and then how he works out in some of the subpackages within the defense. The Eagles think that Parks is going to allow the secondary to win with a variety of personnel on the field – Kansas City’s defense won the Super Bowl using four cornerbacks on the field at one time, with Tyrann Mathieu serving in that hybrid role, so Parks has a chance to win some playing time in what should be a highly competitive secondary.

Jatavis Brown, LB, No. 53

With his speed and coverage ability, Jatavis Brown adds to the mix in a linebacker room that includes Nathan Gerry, T.J. Edwards, Authentic Duke Riley Jersey, and Alex Singleton. The Eagles think that Brown will fit in with his speed and versatility on the weak side, but he will get a look across the board. Brown had a strong first three seasons with the Chargers before his playing time tailed off in 2019. He has a fresh start with the Eagles and an open competition will take place for playing time in the summer.

Nickell Robey-Coleman, CB, 31

A high-level performer the last few seasons with the Rams, Authentic Nickell Robey-Coleman Jersey gives the Eagles another option in the nickel cornerback role. He’s not a big guy at 5-8, 180 pounds, but Robey-Coleman is tenacious, he’s fast, and he’s a versatile athlete. The Eagles will see how it plays out at the nickel spot as they have Robey-Coleman, Cre’Von LeBlanc, and Avonte Maddox, who could end up on the outside, capable of playing very well in the role. The Eagles can give receivers and tight ends a lot of different looks with the versatility they’re creating in the secondary.

Jalen Mills, DB, No. 21

Listed now as a defensive back after playing cornerback for four seasons, Jalen Mills says he’s ready for any kind of role the Eagles have in mind for him. Most people are now calling him a safety, but that may not be technically true, as Mills could have a variety of roles within the secondary. For now, the “defensive back” label is more accurate. He’s got a new jersey number and a new, expanded role that will ask him to move inside and support the run and also line up in pass coverage over tight ends and slot receivers.

Rodney McLeod, S, No. 23

Not a whole lot is going to change for Authentic Rodney McLeod Jersey other than he’s going to be asked to be a more vocal leader with Malcolm Jenkins gone. McLeod is the senior executive of the defensive backfield now. He’s a full season removed from the knee injury that ended his 2018 campaign and McLeod is going to be in charge of lining up a lot of moving parts. But for the most part, it’s the same role for McLeod, although you may see him in more interviews through the course of the season. He will be a go-to player for the media.

Hassan Ridgeway, DT, No. 98

Authentic Hassan Ridgeway Jersey is going to have to earn his playing time in a very talented group at defensive tackle, but he projects as a fourth player in the rotation and an excellent fit at that. The Eagles acquired Ridgeway last spring, sending a seventh-round draft pick to the Colts. He’s got some explosiveness and power and the Eagles feel like he was coming on in 2019 before suffering a season-ending ankle injury in October. Ridgeway has another chance to gain time this year in the rotation.

Nate Sudfeld, QB, No. 7

Saying he has “unfinished business” in Philadelphia, Authentic Nate Sudfeld Jersey signed a one-year deal to return to the Eagles and remain in the quarterback room with Carson Wentz and Kyle Lauletta. Sudfeld will compete for the No. 2 job behind Wentz when the team gets back on the field. The Eagles will have room to add a veteran quarterback to the mix, or draft a developmental player in April. The key for Sudfeld is to stay healthy and let it rip when the players are on the field in the summer. He knows the system, he’s abundantly confident in his ability, and Sudfeld will get his reps in the preseason.

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Defensive linemen generally like the idea of playing for the Eagles, in a system that prioritizes getting after the quarterback.

So it is with Authentic Javon Hargrave Jersey, formerly the nose tackle in the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 3-4 system, who envisions being set free as a defensive tackle playing alongside Fletcher Cox in an aggressive 4-3 setup.

“The Eagles’ [system] is more of a ‘get upfield.’ That’s kind of how I came into the league, from college,” said Hargrave, who was a third-round Steelers pick in 2016 from South Carolina State. “It’s a lot more exciting. It’s every D-lineman’s dream to play in a system like this.”

Hargrave managed four sacks and 49 pressures last season in Pittsburgh, even though 3-4 nose tackles generally plug gaps so linebackers can get after quarterbacks. Pro Football Focus rated him eighth among interior defensive linemen.

“I make plays,” Hargrave told a conference call with reporters. “I get off the ball and I get upfield.”

Last week, Hargrave was the first free agent to agree to terms with the Eagles, who gave him $39 million over three years. This was a reflection of how much they value pressure up the middle, and how much they want to ensure a strong presence next to Fletcher Cox. Last year’s flashy defensive tackle signing was Malik Jackson, at three years and $30 million, for that same purpose. Jackson suffered a Lisfranc tear in the season opener and missed the rest of the year.

When Hargrave, 6-foot-2, 305, hit free agency, the Eagles were “the most interested team,” he said. In 2016, they had been one of four teams to work him out at S.C. State’s pro day, and the Eagles considered taking Hargrave with the third-round pick (79th overall) that they used on left guard Isaac Seumalo. Hargrave went to Pittsburgh 10 slots later. The Steelers always have talented defensive lines, and Hargrave said he sees parallels.

“A lotta ‘dawgs’ on that line,” Hargrave said of the Eagles. “It’s like I’m back at home, with a bunch of dawgs, ready to eat. I just love when you’ve got a lot of great players around, it really ups your game, it helps you get better as a football player.”

Asked about Cox, Hargrave said, “I pretty much know he’s going to get most of the attention” from blockers.

It’s unclear when teams will convene, or if there will be OTAs or minicamp. Asked about integrating himself into defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz’s system, Hargrave said, “I wouldn’t say it’ll be harder, it’s just going to be a little longer” to feel comfortable. “I’m a fast learner,” he said. “I know a lot about Jim Schwartz.”

Hargrave said that during the coronavirus crisis, he has been “working on a lot of stuff in my apartment,” including an exercise bike and weights, since he can’t go to a training facility.

Hargrave said he was All-Rowan County (N.C.) as a basketball player at North Rowan High, “a poor man’s Zion Williamson … I just bullied everybody and got every rebound. I just couldn’t jump like Zion does.”

Hargrave recalled his pro day workout for the Eagles, how he told friends and family he thought he might end up in Philadelphia.

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Starter: Zach Ertz
Backups: Dallas Goedert, Josh Perkins, Authentic Alex Ellis Jersey

Ertz and Goedert were both top 10 fantasy tight ends in 2019, and it’s hard to believe that could be the case in 2020. Ertz has led the team in targets for two straight seasons and should have top 10 upside next season, but Goedert should take a step back with Jackson and Jeffery in better shape.

The Eagles addressed their weaknesses on defense in free agency, but still need more offensive firepower. We break down the potential fantasy football impact of the players on their current roster.

NFL free agency started on March 18th, but technically does not end until the end of the season. However, after a firehose of news the first week, and another run the second week, things quiet down to a trickle. There are still big names out there, but it’s going to take some time to get them signed, sealed and delivered.

With that in mind, it’s time to take a look at where teams stand after the early rush of free agency and what it means for fantasy football. We’re going to take a look at the skill positions, breaking down what the starting lineup and reserves will look like to assess fantasy value heading into August drafts.

Today, we’re taking a look at the Philadelphia Eagles. Philadelphia has focused on fortifying its defense so far this offseason. It lost Malcolm Jenkins but traded for Darius Slay and signed Nickell Robey-Coleman in hopes of keeping the secondary sturdy. The Eagles also added to their fearsome defensive line by signing Javon Hargrave for three years. They returned backup quarterback Nate Sudfeld, but the offense could use a lot more firepower.

Starter: Carson Wentz
Backups: Nate Sudfeld, Kyle Lauletta

Wentz was QB10 in standard and PPR leagues last year, throwing for 4,039 yards and 27 touchdowns without a consistent receiving corps. Getting DeSean Jackson back and adding more depth out wide through the draft should help Wentz perform at the same level or better in 2020. He put together the second complete season of his career and has the potential to crack the top five in passing yards.

Sanders is in for a big year. He was RB15 while finishing outside of the top 20 in carries (179) as a rookie. He has the kind of versatility that makes running backs like Christian McCaffrey, Alvin Kamara, Dalvin Cook, and others so dangerous.

He racked up 818 rushing yards and 509 rushing yards with six total touchdowns while splitting work with Jordan Howard, who has since signed with the Miami Dolphins. Philadelphia wants to add more depth to its backfield, but expect Sanders to be the feature back and become a top 10 fantasy running back in 2020.

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The announcement Tuesday that NFL owners voted to add a wild-card team from each conference to the league’s annual title tournament after the 2020 season spurred the release of several lists ranking past would-be No. 7 seeds that might have benefited most: the 2012 Bears and their dominant defense, the 1991 49ers who got Steve Young back late, etc.

By association, Andy Reid, who finally earned his ring with the Chiefs in February, might have had to wait another year.

More directly: The Eagles Authentic Marcus Green Jersey never would have won their Super Bowl. That’s right: Saint Nick never would have come home, and the Philly Special would have moldered in Press Taylor’s three-ring binder.

Why? Because Chip Kelly’s 2014 Eagles, who had made the playoffs in 2013, narrowly missed a return trip. They would have been that year’s No. 7 seed in the NFC and they would have traveled to Green Bay for their playoff game. Yes, they had lost there, 53-20, six weeks before; and yes, they probably would have lost again in the playoffs. But that isn’t the point.

Kelly was fired after going 6-9 in the first 15 games in 2015. He had become a predictable boor on the field and was an unmitigated disaster as the general manager: In the course of his first two years, he engineered the departure of receivers DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin, guards Evan Mathis and Todd Herremans, running back LeSean McCoy, and, of course, Nick Foles, and each position got worse.

But, had the Eagles earned that seventh playoff slot in 2014, Kelly would have gone to the playoffs in each of his first two seasons as an NFL head coach. There’s no way Jeffrey Lurie would have fired him. Not in 2015, anyway.

That means the Eagles wouldn’t have hired Doug Pederson to replace him in 2016, which means, even if Kelly had been fired a year later, Pederson wouldn’t have hired Frank Reich as his offensive coordinator. This is relevant because of what Carson Wentz meant to the team in his first two seasons. It was Reich who stumped hardest to draft Wentz over Jared Goff in 2016, and it was Reich’s eye that realized Wentz was ready as a rookie, so the Eagles could trade incumbent starter Sam Bradford on the eve of the 2016 season. It was Reich who guided Wentz to an MVP-caliber season through the first 13 games of the 2017 season, until Wentz got hurt; a 13-game stretch that helped secure the No. 1 overall seed in the playoffs.

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In a move that helps replace Deontay Burnett and gives the Birds a chance to scout a potential athlete, the Eagles have signed wide receiver Authentic River Cracraft Jersey to the practice squad.

A California native, Cracraft played four seasons at Washington State and was named honorable mention All-Pac-12 Conference and honorable mention All-Freshman Team by College Football News.

Cracraft had 53 receptions, 701 receiving yards, and five touchdowns in his senior season and was named honorable mention All-Pac 12 before tearing his ACL in the tenth game of the season.

Cracraft spent three years on the Broncos practice squad after going undrafted.

The Philadelphia Eagles would have made the playoffs last season even with the NFL’s new expanded format.

With the NFL moving to 14 teams in the playoffs with only the No. 1 seeds getting a bye, ESPN’s Mike Greenberg, host of the hit show ‘Get Up’, went out on the limb and predicted the Birds would be the top seed in the NFC this coming season.

Greenberg’s argument centered around the fact that no NFL team has made the Super Bowl since 2012 without having a bye in Wild Card Weekend.

With that extra bye taken away, Greenberg is banking on the Eagles having the best shot to come out of the NFC because all three of their division opponents will be unveiling new head coaches and schemes.

“The other three teams in their division all have new coaching staffs and will not have the benefit of full OTAs. That division is going to be bad. The Eagles have the most stable quarterback situation, and I think they have a chance to run the table.”

The Eagles are in the midst of a retool that’s expected to get the roster younger after the team parted ways with the likes of Jason Peters, Malcolm Jenkins, and Ronald Darby.

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The Philadelphia Eagles didn’t address the wide receiver position in free agency, a glaring need heading into the offseason. Philadelphia started a playoff game with a starting wide receiver group of Robert Davis and Greg Ward, with Authentic Deontay Burnett Jersey receiving the third-most snaps at the position. All three were on the team’s practice squad earlier in the year.

The Eagles’ wide receivers were decimated with injuries in 2019, with Authentic Alshon Jeffery Jersey missing the final three games with a Lisfranc injury, Nelson Agholor missing the final four games with a knee injury and DeSean Jackson playing just 65 snaps with a sports hernia injury.

Jackson’s injury impacted the Eagles the most as the offense severely missed the over-the-top deep threat all season, greatly impacting Carson Wentz’s ability to throw the football downfield. The Eagles need speed at wide receiver and still feel Jackson can provide that at 33.

“DeSean is incredibly motivated to show our city, to show our fans how important it is for him to win, for him to show the skill level that we know he still has in his body,” Eagles general manager Howie Roseman said in a one-on-one interview with Eagles Insider Dave Spadaro. “It’s incredibly unfortunate what happened to him. He played that first game at a superstar level.”

Injuries have halted Jackson’s production the last two seasons, but he’s still dangerous when he takes the field. Jackson had eight catches for 154 yards and two touchdowns in the Eagles’ season-opening win over the Washington Redskins, but played just 14 snaps the remainder of the season. Jackson missed four games with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2018, even though he led the league with 18.9 yards per catch at 32 years old.

There’s no doubt Jackson can still make an impact in the Eagles offense, but the franchise is banking heavily on his health to strengthen a weak wide receiver unit that lacks speed. Jeffery is showing signs of decline and is questionable for Week 1 after coming off foot surgery and 2019 second-round pick J.J. Arcega-Whiteside had just 10 catches for 169 yards even though he played all 16 games.

Philadelphia is going to have to address wide receiver in the early rounds of the draft, even though Roseman appears confident Jackson will have the bounce-back season the franchise is hoping for. Banking on Jackson’s health is certainly a gamble at the moment, especially since the Eagles don’t currently have an insurance policy in case he goes down.

“I think we have a good plan for DeSean and how to maximize his potential and his difference making ability,” Roseman said. “I know he is working right now. From the end of the season he was in our building when he could be, working really hard. He has a chip on his shoulder and obviously we are big fans of his and his talent level.”