Eagles Sign Maclin To One-Year Deal

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Cross another one off the list.

The Eagles and Jeremy Maclin have come to terms on a one-year deal, the team announced. According to Mike Garafolo, the contract is worth up to $6 million with more than $3 million guaranteed.

“I’m excited to see Jeremy play in our offense,” said Chip Kelly in a statement. “You saw the potential of that in the spring and summer but obviously he didn’t get an opportunity last year. However, what was great to see was how he was literally here every single day since being injured. You can see he has a passion for the game of football. When he was on the field last spring and summer, you saw his intelligence, you saw his great route-running ability and you saw how tough of a one-on-one match-up he could be.”




Maclin tore the ACL in his right knee back in July and missed the entire season. If he had remained healthy and thrived under Kelly as most expected him to, he would have been in line for a pretty big pay day in free agency. Instead of taking a multi-year deal at a discounted rate, Maclin decided to bet on himself and set his sights on a one-year "prove-it" deal.

He made it clear that his desire was to remain in Philadelphia.

“Jeremy is an ideal player for our scheme with his combination of size, speed, strength and route-running ability, in addition to his dynamic playmaking talent,” said Howie Roseman. “We’re happy to see him rehabbing well and to get him under contract for the 2014 season.”

The former first-round pick had 69 receptions for 857 yards with seven touchdowns in 2012.

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  • Syracuse Eagle Fan

    Crazy good news this week!

    • GEAGLE

      Shame on whoever doesn’t rush to eagles site when they get home from work tonight…since the JP signing there is all types of amazing interviews with Howie, the players we signed both with Spadaro, and with reporters..Merrill Reese in studio with Spadaro giving his thoughts…like who the hell knew JP was a kicker and punter in high school? Lol can’t wait to get home and watch about an hours worth of recent eagles interviews!!, TGIF!!!

  • Aussie Eagle

    GEagle won’t be pleased with 1 year

    • Ark87

      He’ll be fine, wasn’t the best deal for the birds, but fair enough. Both sides can still benefit

      • GEAGLE

        If we made this deal, thinking there is a chance we think we can retain him in the future, then I’m happy. Maclin is NOT a bad player by any means. If we made this deal as a favor and we don’t think there is any chance we can work out an extension with a loyal player we drafted that wants to be here, then no, I’m not happy…but with the Cap news, I have way more hope in it not being a one year deal then I had yesterday. I can enjoy having more talent today..but if we lose him next summer after a good year, I’ll be pissed :)

        • Aussie Eagle

          If Cooper regresses this year and Mac steps up, I would have no problem giving Mac a shiny new contract and either eating 4m of Coops salary if we need the space, or have him play out ’16 and then we can cut him without any penalty, or at least restructure if he still holds value to us.

          I’m of the opinion that Mac is going to significantly eat into Coops receptions, not to mention Ertz becoming a bigger pay of the offense! Saying that, I like the look of our Red Zone O next year, Mac can get open in there along with those other 2

          • GEAGLE

            We may be talking about 17million more in cap space, if that’s the case, we could plan on keeping everyone, but that coop contract can certainly be eaten if need be, with Maclin stepping up. Options galore, weapons galore…and a beast of a GM with 17million dollars more next year then he had yesterday…I’m geeked up high on Howie and Dion lol nervous as F about Byrd tho

          • cliff henny

            issue is too many weapons. nawh, guys will get dinged or just rotate weeks of running up their stats. picture a fist fight outside kelly’s office week they play Cowboys, ‘it’s my week to get touches!’

        • anon

          Mac wants to renegotiate ASAP — probably once he shows that he’s back at the level he was before he blew out his knee.

    • GEAGLE

      Much easier to stomach with the news of the cap increase in 2014 and 15..,could very well be the difference between being able to keep him and play his way out of here. I’m happy Howie tried to leverage a Multi year deal, and I’m sure if we actually lost Maclin! I wouldn’t feel to well.

      He is loyal, seems to want to be an Eagle. Cap is going up, keeping talent can’t ever be a bad thing, especially if there is some shot at eventually working things out longterm,

  • JReamer

    Very happy with Howie thus far.

    • Dr Rick

      It’s funny how the GM’s season starts after the regular season. And he IS having a good season. Go Howie, Go!
      Find us a really good OLB and Safety, please.

  • FluxCapacitor

    I LOVE this signing! I don’t care if it’s a one year and pay me contract, I wanted JM back. I think he is a STUD in this offense. We’ll have to pay him next year and get rid of Jackson – I am good with that.

    • GEAGLE

      Relax…seems like we got lucky with the Cap significantly being raised the next two years…it could mean the difference between keeping him and him playing his way out of here

  • https://www.skinnypost.com/ GayleSaunders

    Eagles are 4 for 4 this week in signings – Jason Peters, Jason Kelce, Riley Cooper and now Jeremy Maclin. Eliminates some question marks going into free agency and the draft. Bring in the best players available now #BirdGangApproved

  • Joe from Easton

    Not too happy that it’s only for one year, but now that the posturing is over I’m certainly happy to know for sure (barring injury) that we have DJax, Mac, and Cooper plus Ertz. Watch out NFL.

    • https://www.skinnypost.com/ GayleSaunders

      I think Maclin is gambling on his ability to have a killer year. After seeing DJax and Coop he probably knows he can put up some numbers. Smart move by him. I’m sure the Eagles probably tried get him in here for multiple years for cheap. Im thinking we draft a WR in the 2nd.

      • Joe from Easton

        The Eagle definitely wanted multiple years and Maclin is definitely banking on himself. What that means for 2015? I don’t know, but I find it hard to believe we’ll have him, DJax, and Coop after this season. The question is, who will be gone? Not coop because he just signed. DJax or Mac…

        • oreofestar

          If anyone was leaving it would be Mac and we would just have to hope a 2nd year wr would step up

        • cliff henny

          when we were discussing him being 1 yr rental, thought sal cap was going to be 123m. it’s rumored to be 140m in ’15 and 150m in ’16…will be plenty of money.

          • GEAGLE

            Exactly!!! That makes a world of a difference. I wonder if the Cap increase is why Howie just caved when he had 11 more days to play chicken? Did he make this deal thinking, holy crap I can keep all these F’ers LongTerm?

          • cliff henny

            kelly going to have to score 70 a game to keep everyone happy. up 40 at half, and the 2nd team comes in with Barkley qb, Crowell RB, Lyerla TE, Adams, Landry and Hazell as WRS running the hurry up.

        • https://www.skinnypost.com/ GayleSaunders

          Well we know the Eagles still don’t have one of Chips “hand selected guys” at WR in this offense. I think they play a wait and see approach with Maclin/Djax this season. BUT…Wonder if the Eagles are thinking of trading Djax. Jackson is slated to earn $10.25 million in 2014, but only $250,000 is guaranteed and thats when the season starts he gets paid on a weekly basis. Explaining why he probably wanted a new deal with more guaranteed money because as of now 2015 & 2016 are not guaranteed either. With Dion Jordan, Mike Wallace, Cameron Wake now rumored to be on the trading block maybe the Eagles are work something out with that #22 pick….just sitting over here in deep thought.

          • Yes_General

            Interesting. So for all the people that stated we cant trade desean it seems like its a possibility especially if he does not have any guaranteed money going into the season. I think howie knew Desean was not the number1 receiver the Eagles desired and structured his contract accordingly. Thanks Howie!! Your slowly making me a believer. People think i’m a desean hater. I’m really not. I just dont understand why it takes more from the Wide Receiver position. Cooper and Maclin are a step in the right direction but we still need a number1 clutch possesion WR. I would even settle for a clutch Slot receiver like Steve Smith. Feel free to watch his highlights from last season. This guy would thrive in this offense. Trade desean now while he still has some value. Plus his contract is still cap friendly and since nothing is guaranteed his next team can easily restructure.

          • Maggie

            It’s exciting but Wake is 32 and a 4/3 DE. A little caution wouldn’t hurt.

        • anon

          He wants to stay he doesn’t want to stay on an ACL-based contract.

  • anon

    If we get Landry i think Maclin’s gone. Coop and Mac better be at the special teams meetings.

  • DharmaBum

    Glad we signed him, but like I commented in another thread, I think that, barring some incredible display of loyalty on Maclin’s part next year, we’re doomed to lose him after this year. Think about it: he signs a one year deal with US, has a great season, then some team will inevitably swoop in and offer him some crazy contract. It’ll be more than we will/should spend, and he’ll leave. However, if he’d have left now and signed a one year deal elsewhere and played well, the chances are he’d resign with THAT team. I mean, who wants to jump to their 3rd team in three years?

    It’s just human nature that, having only ever played for one team, he’d want to see what he can get “out in the world”, once he’s established his value. The only way a one year deal is do-able for us is if we go into it knowing he’s gone next year, either way, and just use his presence to let whichever WRs we draft get their legs under them.

    That said, his signing definitely adds a great wrinkle to Chip’s offense, and probably gives us more flexibility in FA and the draft.

    • Chris

      The way I’ve sort of looked at it is, if he needs to prove that he’s worth a big contract then he’ll be giving his all in 2014, which could lead to a great statistical year and only help the offense. If we end up losing him after this year, so be it, but at least we got (hopefully) one great year out of him during a championship push. You make a good point about not wanting to be on 3 teams in 3 years.

      • DharmaBum

        I agree about us getting his all this year, and all that could come with that. But the way I see it, if he plays well, he’s gone…and if he doesn’t, he’s gone. After all, it’ll be next offseason when we’ll have to (hopefully) hand Foles a fat “franchise QB contract”. We will be far less inclined, financially, to match or exceed the almost certain big contract that someone else will be throwing at Maclin. For that reason, I think it’s more of a sure thing than ever that we draft a young stud receiver this year.

        • Chris

          yea agreed, i’m all in on a WR this year, that young WR can take the spot of maehl or d.johnson. No need to rush a rookie to the field with this corps, but if Mac does walk next year, we’ve got someone to step up. i’m just glad we get to see Mac this year, instead of playing his prove-it year somewhere else

          • GEAGLE

            Easier to draft an Underclassmen talent like Devante Adams if you miss out on polished guys like Jordan Mathews

          • DharmaBum

            I agree, if nothing else, this gives us a ton more flexibility when it comes to drafting a more developmental-type WR.

          • GEAGLE

            Both early in the draft and also if we draft a second WR in the later rounds

          • DharmaBum

            Well yeah, I think all these signings have given us tremendous flexibility and could end up resulting in a few unexpected moves in the draft. Hell, I wouldn’t be surprised if they somehow gave us the ability to make a move like trading for Dion Jordan, without decimating our draft.

          • GEAGLE

            Screw the draft…if you can get a player our coach thinks so damn highly of at such a crucial position, you get it done! Miami knows we will top any offer I’m sure…if they are ok trading Wallace and Wake, then Dion Can be had. If the fire sale isn’t true, we can forget him…

            In theory, signing Mac means we can keep a pick for a safety and a WR and trade whatever else it takes to get such a highly coveted OLB for our coach, and I would not be surprised to see Chip use Dion as a situational Redzone WR either lol, Lane maybe catching a TD pass or two as hell in the future lol our coach gets bored at times lol

          • DharmaBum

            That’s pretty much what I was hinting at — with these signings, and the Dion trade, we’d really only need to look at S and WR in the draft.

          • GEAGLE

            Stop, dude…I’m starting to shake with excitement!!!! DION! DION! DION!…and if Billy Lazor actually put it in the GMe ear that we would trade for Dion to help rebuild this offense lol, then GOD BLESS you LAZOR!!! Who was the former phillies GM who went to Houston and kept trading us good players? Lol Lazor can be our version of him!

          • DharmaBum

            I know, man. The Dion thing and the fact that all these moves could actually facilitate it, is making me nuts.

          • GEAGLE

            So far two sources say Dion being dealt is real, one says he. Has known for weeks…one one source says it’s BS

          • DharmaBum

            Yeah, Garafalo is reporting that Jordan heard the rumors and was told by the Fins that he won’t be dealt. Means nothing.

          • anon

            Polished ball droppers.

          • http://www.corcommunity.com/ theycallmerob

            my sentiments exactly

    • cliff henny

      guy showed some loyalty once, pretty good sign there. Eagles didnt shove some 1yr vet minimum contract down his throat like Banner would have so maybe that’ll give little more of the warm and fuzzies when they sit across table in a year. ’14 cap rumor is going to be 140m, that’s 17m more than when we thought when discussing possibility of resigning after a prove-it deal.

      • DharmaBum

        Good point about the cap, although that works for all the other teams, as well…especially the ones who will be tossing money in Maclin’s face. But I’d like to think your first thought is a good one…he’s definitely showing signs of being loyal.

        • DharmaBum

          Also, that loyalty could always be just common sense, related to my point about not wanting to have to be on his 3rd team in 3 years.

          • GEAGLE

            I’m so much more at ease with a one year deal with the cap news. That cap raise could really be the difference between keeping him and him playing his way out of here,..would love to hear Howies thoughts on the latest cap news

      • Jerry Pomroy

        They just announced it was confirmed at $133M. Still that’s 3M more than the previous $130M that was discussed.

        • cliff henny

          great. wont be surprised if Eagles carryover 13m now. ’14 is going to be expensive. if byrd or ward dont hit FA, dont see a reason to break the bank on other needs. stick to signing 3-5m quality depth at safety corner o-line DL and maybe LBr. man, i really see a beast of a team by ’15.

          • Jerry Pomroy

            Yeah, if no Byrd or Ward I’d be ok with re-signing Nate & bringing in another mid-level vet that can compete between Nate & Wolff.

    • Adam

      The Eagles did Maclin a solid and I don’t think he’s going to forget that. Maclin got 3 mil guaranteed, which is a lot for 1 year “prove it” deal and a lot for a guy coming off his 2nd ACL tear. He’s going to make more that Cooper next year, so I think that shows you who the Eagles feel is going to be their number 2 next year and how much faith their putting in Maclin. That’s not something he’s going to forget.

      Maclin has had solid production as an Eagle but never a season I would deem “incredible” so if it starts now, like it did with Cooper, don’t you think Maclin would realize the importance of playing in the Chip Kelly offense? Do you think maybe that had something to do with him not even testing the free agent waters?

      I’m not so sure about your human nature point. If Maclin has a beast of a season in Chip’s offense he will get paid accordingly. The Eagles aren’t out to let homegrown talent walk away. That’s why they call them “prove it” deals. If he proves it they will pay him. If he doesn’t then they’ll let him walk.

      You’re making a big assumption in this post that if Maclin produces the Eagles won’t be willing to match what he can get in free agency, and I’m not sure that’s one you can make. And it’s not going to be lost on Maclin that if he does succeed, Chip’s offense wasn’t a big reason for it.

      • DharmaBum

        I disagree in the sense that, even with the benefit of the cap increase, we will also (hopefully) be in the position of having to give Foles his franchise QB contract. That will have some impact on our ability to outbid some other team — who will also have more cap room — for Maclin’s services. I’m sure we could do it, but it would have to take resources from some other position group. It may not result in us losing Maclin, but it could hurt somewhere.

        Of course, I also agree with your point about Maclin likely realizing that we showed faith in him and treated him right, and also that he’ll see the value of playing in Chip’s system. Guess we’ll just have to see how it all plays out. In the meantime, I’m excited to see Foles, Mac, Coop, DJax, Ertz, Celek, and Shady firing on all cylinders in this offense.

        • Adam

          Yep. And Maclin said that the talks on a long term deal could even resume during the season if everything plays out well. So it may not even get to a point where we need to out bid anyone.

          • DharmaBum

            I’d have to hear the context in which he said that, but if that’s what he said, that makes me a lot more comfortable…a lot.

          • Adam

            “By them offering me a multi-year deal, it showed me they want me long term. So maybe we get something done halfway through the year.”

          • GEAGLE

            Sweet…

          • DharmaBum

            Indeed.

          • anon

            (If I like my stats and I like their number)

          • Adam

            Yes… both sides would indeed have to come to an agreement when it comes to signing a contract.

  • TXEaglesFan

    Donnie Jones, you can run but you can’t hide. Howie’s coming for you next!

    • GEAGLE

      Can tag him before Monday, if not we have to wait til March 11th

      Greg Hardy was tagged lol they already gave up trying to sign him Longterm lol
      ..
      Jets tagged their kicker, are we tagging ours, and then try to extend him so we don’t risk losing him on March 11, or do we trust his agent enough to not tag him and sign him on March 11???

  • Andy

    I just express my appreciation for everything Jason Avant has contributed to the Philadelphia Eagles Organization both on and off the field.

    • cheapmeat

      I will be toasting to that shortly…

  • Stuart Philp

    One year isn’t ideal but it was either that or lose him. Now go get 1000 yards and 10TDs please.

  • oreofestar

    Up to 6m? So is that incentive stuff, what is the base deal

    • GEAGLE

      3 I think

  • peteike

    good, now we dont have to draft a WR with first pick, esp Benjamin. Too many big WRs are busts although you can tell the good ones most of the time. Evans is a lock to be a stud just not sure on KB. Now they can focus on drafting defensive guys. I also just dont see Maclin having some outstanding stand out season, too many catches to share with the group. Foles spreads the love and the run game.

    • GEAGLE

      Don’t think this rules out anything in terms of the draft…actually it just adds the flexibility of being able to draft Underclassmen talent like Devante Adams who might be a year away from being ready if we miss out on polished WRs like ODB and Mathews

      • peteike

        ya, Im fine with drafting some WRs in later rounds, just wasnt huge on taking them early.

        • GEAGLE

          If it was up to me, I’d have Desean,coop,Mac and AVANT back for one year, with two drafted WRs replacing Maehl and Damaris, being groomed for a year by Avant at a much cheaper rate of course..

          • https://www.skinnypost.com/ GayleSaunders

            Can we bring Avant back as an Old Jedi wr consultant who makes bare minimum?

          • GEAGLE

            I’d be all for it..not sure if it’s possible. If he wanted to play for the minimum Howie would probably keep him, but first Avant most likely wants to see what he can get on the market..if teams like KC and jets don’t make an offer, maybe a team like the dolphins with a troubled locker room to clean up pay him..if no offers are out there, maybe he comes back and we talk

          • Jerry Pomroy

            I’d have to agree. If I had my choice between Maehl, Damaris or Avant, I’d rather keep the guy that can offer me more even while he’s sitting on the sidelines.

      • oreofestar

        yeah people do not think we will draft a wr a since Avant is gone we will probably in the 3rd especially because this is one year and he could just bail on us next season

      • anon

        Matthews is drop city, take Landry late.

  • B-West

    Barring injury, there’s an odd man out at the skill positions: Shady, DJax, Cooper, Maclin, Ertz, and Celek. That’s 6 guys for 5 spots. And that doesn’t include the already odd men out of Avant and Casey, or any draft picks.

    Ideally, Ertz gets his blocking up to snuff and takes over the TE spot. Either way, I think there is small chance for playing time issues among the skill guys.

    • 76mustang

      Or, as we add depth and familiarity to the scheme, might we see an increase in the use of tempo this coming season? Pick your poison DCs…pick your poison…

      • GEAGLE

        Think Chip is trying to build a college type roster with a stacked arsenal of weapons he can use in waves to attack and exploit whatever match ups. Expect a plethora of stylistically different weapons so we can take advantage of whatever type of defenders we face, we should have an answer for in our arsenal..

        I can assure you the plan is to have NO wasted roster spots, he won’t be putting up with Curtis Marsh types for much longer. Weapons galore. I friggin punter is a damn weapon! How do you want it Dallas?

        • George

          How do you like your cowboys? fried or frickiseed?

          • GEAGLE

            Plucked bare and then roasted to charcoal status…they cut a young quality interior reserve lineman, 26yr old Costa who has plenty of starts under his belt. Wonder if we are interested

          • George

            sounds good to me

      • TheCatalyst

        I like this idea. In an ideal hyper tempo that scores, JMac, DJax & Cooper rotating would all play the same number of snaps as they would in a slow methodical offense and not rotating.

        • 76mustang

          I go back to the first half of the opening game of the season vs. native american skins…As the players become physically and mentally conditioned to the pace, I expect to see them able to switch into that mode more often this season.

    • Khalid Washington

      This is a good problem, no? I think Ertz has more of a receiver role and the eagles run a lot more 2 TE sets and use Celek as a blocker.

      • B-West

        Its not the worst problem, but it could certainly cause chemistry issues. And like I said, its a small chance for a small problem.

        But those 2 tight end sets… Which WR do you take off the field? We’ve seen how D-Jax handles adversity. We just committed to Cooper. And Maclin is on a one year prove it deal. He’s not a complainer, but I can’t imagine he’ll be happy if his snaps start dwindling in his prove it year.

        • anon

          Either mac or coop will distinguish themselves.

    • Weapon Y

      Cooper is 3rd WR and Ertz is 2nd TE (unless he gets Celek’s reps). Those two positions are basically starting jobs. Nobody’s leaving this year.

  • 76mustang

    Howie’s embraced Chip’s love of speed in everything – Howie is now the Hurry Up No Huddle GM – gettin’ ‘er done!

    • GEAGLE

      Whats crazy is Chip still had like 11 more days to play chicken with Macs agent. Howie is most likely building a really nice reputation which agents which could help funnel some of their other clients to philly in the future…I’m sure agents are loving doing business with Howie as opposed to Banner, and he is proving maybe even more effective then smelly dirty banner

  • Max Lightfoot

    I like the one-year. Love Jeremy – works hard, gets open, tough guy, team player – but the man has had two ACL tears in his right knee so far. Go Eags!

  • jabostick

    Just saw this on Twitter:

    https://twitter.com/MikeGill973/statuses/439504565244014592

    I didnt pay any attention to it until Kempski said it wouldn’t surprise him. Unless he was being sarcastic…

    • GEAGLE

      Nonsense..delete it, lol

      • jabostick

        That’s what I thought too, and I also know Kempski is sarcastic as often as he is serious.

        • GEAGLE

          Yeah I thought he was just screwing around too..Desean wouldn’t be traded coming off last year unless he creates crazy problems which haven’t happened

    • Brian

      I’d be happy if they traded him on draft day. Draft a wr in first round after swapping first (move up) and thirds for desean.

      • jabostick

        That is sort of why I couldn’t totally write it off when I saw it. I think you could make an argument (albeit a bit convoluted) where you have two cheaper vets on the outside if you think you can get a burner in the draft.
        It just seems a little far-fatched (and counter to the recent message of locking up your own) considering that cap isn’t really an issue.

        • Brian

          I just get the feeling that he’s not a favorite of Chip’s. We’ll see. Either way wouldn’t be a disappointing decision.

          • GEAGLE

            I actually think Chip didn’t have the speed to make it work this year without Desean, so it’s crazy to think he doesn’t value the attention he got, while still producing

          • cliff henny

            why would the eagles spend all off-season signing offensive talent, to secure bright future, then move on from the most dynamic offensive player they have? makes no sense to me.

          • GEAGLE

            Lol unless Desean goes “full retard” “TO part Deux” it makes no sense

          • jabostick

            Kempski expanded on his view over the weekend. http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/red_zone/Eagles-signings-of-Jeremy-Maclin-and-Riley-Cooper-could-signal-a-DeSean-Jackson-trade.html

            It essentially centers around the resources now dedicated to WR, how unbalanced it is, and selling high on a guy who just had a career year to get some more picks in the draft.

            Of course, it is all speculation but it is interesting to consider.

          • Kev_H

            I’m not sure Jackson has the right mindset for the team’s culture. I’d be surprised if they got rid of him but will be surprised if they renew him. Too much baby sitting/maintenance. Teammates and coaches have enough to do during games, being distracted by his self focused outbursts detracts from a winning effort.

          • OregonDucker

            I think Chip does see a character issue. If Cooks or someone similar is available, he might have to make a tough decision. There is a possibility for surprise.

    • Yes_General

      Really hope this is true. Not a desean hater but we deserve more from our slot receivers than just a speedy 175lb receiver. We need more physicality. Howie is really starting to make things happen for the eagles. If we trade desean and improve our defense. Thats all i can ask for.

  • daggolden

    Wait until Benjamin is selected @ 22. They will go with 4 WR sets with Cooper and Benjamin on the outside and Maclin and DJax in the slot with Shady in the backfield.Im telling you the Eagles will take Benjamin and thenthe next 6 rounds draft defense and add a safety in FA. That’s what I would do. Plus with (Its been reported that Maclin turned down a 5 year deal) this is his last year as a Eagle because the Eagles wont give BIG money to another receiver. Benjamin will be ready to step in full time in 2015 on his rookie contract full time.

    • GEAGLE

      Wait until the ravens, steelers and jets kill themselves to take him way before we pick after Evans doesn’t last close to them! And if he gets anywhere near us, just watch how spiteful Andy Reid can be leaping us like the dolphins did last year

    • morgan c

      Not sure about DJax in the slot, but other than that, sounds cool.

  • Brian

    Are any of the decent WRs coming out, from a spread system?

    • peteike

      Brandin Cooks?

    • GEAGLE

      Try a kid from Oregon named huff :)

  • Warhound

    Note: If he plays well and we lose him we do better with compnstry pix.

  • GEAGLE

    Jimmy Graham, Hardy and jets kicker folk has been tagged. If Jarius Byrd and Dion become eagles, I’m worshipping Howie and buying the next 3 years Super Bowl tickets in advance :). So far, Howie is acting like a straight BOSS!!!

    • cliff henny

      by worshipping you mean mean dusting off your knees and wiping mouth

      • GEAGLE

        Sounds warranted :)

        • cliff henny

          if Howie wins 3 in a row, i’ll be your fluffer

          • RogueEagle

            I can’t upvote this tread enough !!!

    • Septhinox

      Pauli…Pauli…Pauli…

  • morgan c

    I wonder what the longer term offer was that the Eagles wanted him to sign?