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114 S. Quincy Ave., Margate
Price: $3,450,000
Bed: 6
Bath: 6

 

  • Jason

    I can’t wait to read Will’s 25 posts on Kerry Rhodes. He is probably having a heart attack reading this headline.

    • Bdawk20

      The prognosis on Rhodes is that he is either being blackballed for being a closeted homosexual or that he is not really into football. If it’s the latter, then I do not want him on my team. (Latter means the second thing I listed, I could care less about the first).

      • anon

        G-men got him to come to NY tomorrow. If they sign him and he beats down Vick I’m going to be annoyed.

      • G_WallyHunter

        lol at explaining what latter means

        • Bdawk20

          You never know with some people, and given the sensitivity around the former in that statement, I had to be clear

          • G_WallyHunter

            Oh I agree for sure, noticed that. Just laughed at it. Best to be clear than to be taken as some homophobic lol

          • TheRalphTresvant

            What does former mean?

      • KimbaFuzz

        He must have some interest in football, or else he wouldn’t be visiting the Giants. Either way… all of this could have been avoided had they gone after Bernard Pollard during the offseason.

        • Bdawk20

          Right, but this is a gray area. Much like Nmandi being interested in football. He is interested, but his head was not 100% in the game here.

        • theycallmerob

          Really? Because Pollard is an improvement as a cover S? He wouldn’t add much more than attitude. We have that in spades.

      • Chris

        i always thought it was one of those things you climb, but shows what i know. The more you learn!

      • PaoliBulldog

        You “could not care less” if he is gay. If you could care less, then that means you care somewhat. If you could NOT care less, then you don’t give a flying fluck if he is gay or not.

        And that, mon ami, is the correct attitude no matter how pedantic I sound.

    • BrickSquadMonopoly

      Not worth the risk of baggage. Too much baggage

      • anon

        What baggage?

    • anon

      A good reporter would have asked about Rhodes. Of course he’s trying out for the Giants tomorrow.

      • morgan c

        and Vinny Curry being inactive. Again, he can play the run, and just spewing out the word “scheme” when trying to offer an excuse for Curry being inactive is just mindless dribble. Unless, of course, part of your “scheme” is to have a defensive line total 4 tackles all game and be completely invisible and ineffective. Hey Billy Davis, is that better than a guy who can help the defense improve, even if he doesn’t “look” like a prototypical 3-4 lineman? He’s just a stubborn, old-school, by the box coach who will probably end up holding us back.

        • damrvrhunter

          Where is the evidence of Curry playing well against the run?

          • Eaglehaslanded

            What does it matter, where’s the proof he can’t?where’s the proof of the other players stopping the run or rushing the passer. I mean Sopoaga and Geathers, seriously. There stats are non- stats. I don’t see what they have to lose by giving Vinny some snaps as putrid as that line was yesterday. Please Bill Davis, don’t talk about scheme, the players suited up can’t play in it either. Even Cox is struggling.

          • RIP illa

            Touché good sir…touché

          • morgan c

            ha, didn’t see this til i typed my reply. exactly.

          • morgan c

            Led our team in TFL during pre-season, and according to posters on here last week who went to Marshall, he was a beast against the run. He was also defensive player of the year in his conference, which suggests he is more than a one-trick pony. Finally, we shouldn’t have to prove his effectiveness against the run anymore than we should have to prove his ineffectiveness against it (re: people just assuming he can’t play the run). Let the kid play and we will all see.

    • Soybot

      We need to keep in mind that Rhodes played for Bill Davis in Arizona. If Davis thought he was any good, he’d be in Philly tomorrow for a workout instead of NY.

  • Soybot

    Peyton Manning is going to absolutely eviscerate this secondary in a couple of weeks.

    • All In Eagles

      8 tds? I wouldn’t count it out.

      • nicksaenz1

        The Ravens have a somewhat capable secondary. If they didn’t let up and/or we got into a serious shootout, 10tds isn’t completely out of the question.

  • Vaughn Ricchini

    Can Nick Foles play Safety?

    • G_WallyHunter

      He definitely has the height

      • Chris

        he’s got a high motor too

        • G_WallyHunter

          but speed… big question mark. Maybe we’ll see Chip giving him reps alongside Chung this week

    • I Put it up in Ya Face

      Tebow Could

  • AmblerEagle

    Considering our poor history with first and second round picks, why not trade a 2nd to Buffalo for Jairus Byrd? He will be expensive but at least its a sure thing. His injury is minor and could always tag him in the off-season to work out a deal. He is young enough. Its been 5 years since Dawk left and we havent had one competent safety since.

    • anon

      Haha, sadly you make a good point.

    • qazer

      Byrd is pretty good. You don’t trade a 2nd or put the tag on a “pretty good” player, especially when you know your team isn’t a contender this year anyway.

      Ten days ago, Iggles were coming off 4-12, and everyone was saying how terrible the team was. Now people want to mortgage the future to get a middling safety.

      Amazing how one great half in DC can make people delusional.

  • Glenn

    The Eagles should have done a better job of shoring up the safety position in the offseason. They counted on Kenny Phillips, which was an enormous mistake. They should have entertained a trade for Byrd with Buffalo. Guys like Graham and Curry would be valuable in Buffalo, instead of collecting dust for us. There were other free agent options. Howie counted on Allen, Chung, and Phillips at the safety position, and did not correctly address the situation. He says safety is the most difficult positon for him to evaluate. Boy, does it ever show. Yesterday was a game lost simply because the Eagles do not have adequate safety play.

    • anon

      Bills are a 3/4 both those players would be worthless there. Agree that Roseman failed on safeties and DBs generally trying to get “underrated talent”. I think opposing teams are going to make the mistake apparent all season long.

    • Adam

      This Byrd talk needs to stop. It’s ridiculous. He’s not going anywhere. Why would you trade for him? You can’t resign him to this year, so you trade him for a 2nd round pick and he is fully able to walk after 1 season. On top of that, he might not even play this year with that lis frac.

      So yeah, let’s pay him all that money and give up a 2nd round pick so he can sit and not play all year, then walk to go to whatever team he wants. That helps.

      • Eaglehaslanded

        Finally, another voice of reason. People just know his name and reputation…not aware of his injury.

        • Adam

          Apparently a lisfrac injury is minor now..

      • Cyrus Robinson

        The people who want Byrd are the same ones who wanted Bynum.

  • #7

    Go bring Ronnie Lott out of retirement. He could play better than Nate Allen at whatever age he is now

    • cliff henny

      lott’s severed pinky could play better

  • Glenn

    It also would help if the Eagles had a decent pass rush. Curry and Graham are the two best pass rushers on the team. One is inactive, the other gets 14 snaps. Please don’t tell me guys like Thornton and Geathers should keep Curry inactive or on the bench.

    • morgan c

      10000x yes. Again, why haven’t the media asked Kelly and Davis about this? I don’t see why you can’t say “hey coach, brandon graham led the NFL in hurries per snap last year, and VC led the team in that metric in the pre-season. Given the statistics showing their pass-rush abilities, and given the lack of a pass-rush so far…”

      I mean, am I missing something?! Why can’t we get an answer here?!

    • Septhinox

      Obviously they know what they have in Curry. Evidently there is something that you and I don’t know about why he isn’t playing.

      • morgan c

        … or the coaches are just making a mistake. The whole world was privy to him outplaying every other d-lineman in the preseason. If you are suggesting there are serious character / non-football reasons, then I’m sure he wouldn’t have made the roster.

        • Septhinox

          I’m suggesting that he could not be playing within their system ala #22 a few years ago…

  • KimbaFuzz

    What I got out of this is we’re still stuck with Nate Allen. *cries*

  • Adam

    This is a league wide problem. Premier safety play is near impossible to find. Isn’t exactly a surplus of talent at the position. Look around the NFC East if you need examples.

    • Token

      Kenny Vacarro and Eric Reid seem to be playing well as rookies. Theres always safety talent to be found, problem is we struggle to find talent.

      • aub32

        Both players went before our 2nd round draft pick. Yes the first pick could have been used for one of them, but then what would you do at RT? Which helps this team more, one decent rookie safety in apoor to mediocre secondary or a good rookie RT that solidifies this line and allows us to move Herremans back to guard, essentially suring up 2 positions and becoming the number one contributor in LeSean getting space and DeSean getting time to get open. You can’t get every player available in the draft, and targeting specific positions in the draft is what got us in this kind of trouble.

        • LeClaw

          If only there was a way to trade back in the draft…

          Please note that I am not disagreeing with our draft choice but more so defending Token….keep in mind though that this team had a few more holes than just safety

          • theycallmerob

            But think of all those mid-round DBs who were guaranteed to come in here and make a difference. Besides Reid and Vaccaro, and even Cyprien and Elam (also 1st/2nd rounders before the Eagles pick), no one has panned out from that “deep safety class”. Heck, the Redskins got 2 safeties, one sucks and the other is hurt.

            I stand by the draft, and heck- our 5th rd safety may end up starting and being somewhat competent by the end of the year.

          • LeClaw

            whoa,we confuse deep for starter…Wolfe can be a good situational player & plus 4 is pretty deep for safety

            Got to remember we drafted a RT that we desperately needed…you build inside out; we just missed on our two 2nd round safeties

  • damrvrhunter

    Enough with the fascination over Curry, we should know better than rely on preseason performances against second and third stringers as a metric for the regular season. I remember last preseason how we all went gaga over Ryan Rau, last I checked he is not on anyones active roster same goes for Chris McCoy whom the Jaguars have already dismissed after just one week. If Curry won’t or can’t contribute on ST beyond FGs and PATs he wil remain a game day inactive. It is utterly ridiculous to have Curry not contribute on ST when Casey who has an 8 million guaranteed coming his way is in on every ST snap.

    • Chris

      how do we know that he can’t contribute if he hasn’t gotten the opportunity to do so? that’s my only gripe. If we put him out there for a game, give him a reasonable number of snaps and he falls on his face, that’s fine. At least I know they tried. It’s not like Thornton or Geathers are playing out of their minds right now. On top of that, he’ll be fresh coming into a short week since he didn’t play, when the others may be worn down. Don’t see a better opportunity to get him PT than this week.

      • damrvrhunter

        I get your point but the coaches are intimating that he is a liability on
        ST and can’t anchor against the run. Basically he is a one trick pony and you know how much this staff loves versatility.

        • RIP illa

          That one trick would have been very helpful in the Skins game when we were up and they were trying to comeback. Would have also been very helpful at any point in the game yesterday.

          I don’t know what other fans think, but I go “gaga” over players who flash, when given the opportunity, and want to see them on the team and be developed. Whether it be into good starters later on down the road or good backups (depth is very important in this league and our depth sucks) makes no difference to me. I would like this organization to build a team of solid players…not jack of all trades and masters of none or only masters of ST!

          I saw Rau every preseason game last year and thought he only had one game where he flashed and played well. One is a coincidence. The next games he looked like he was scouted as…undersized and over matched. Yet there was a glimpse of something…enough of something to warrant a PS designation, so he could develop. Both McCoy and Acho’s play warranted at least that much. I know they are gone and not coming back and that’s fine as there is nothing that can be done about it. And I’m fine w/ it. But don’t sit up here and act like they didn’t show enough. Same w/ Curry.

          I listed my thoughts, at length on why he’s not getting playing time. Yet at some point something’s gotta give. Gotta try the kid on obvious passing situations, at the least! And the only time to do that now is in games, cause NFL practices are really just glorified walkkthroughs! Chris makes that point very well.

          Yeah Casey gets 8 mil guaranteed and contributes on ST…Well how big or how much has he actuall contributed yet??? And you don’t see anything wrong w/ that statement??? Seriously…4 mil a yr and can’t contribute on O…that’s beyond stupid and F’d up on the organizations part!

        • Warhound

          Being a one trick pony isn’t so bad if it’s a really good trick.

  • Nick C

    Make a play for Jairus Byrd. 3rd round conditional draft pick that turns to 2nd round if we sign him to a multi-year extension. They do not want Trent Cole or Brandon Graham because of scheme fits. Sadly, they won’t take Foles anymore because they drafted a QB. Nate Allen’s performance is sad, and Howie Roseman’s talent evaluation at the safety spot… Need I say more?? PULL THE TRIGGER (the guy is only 26)

    • Adam

      You realize you can’t resign him, and he might not even play this year right?

      • Nick C

        Completely… First of all, you can tag him if absolutely necessary (we have the space). And honestly, I think (in my personal opinion) that he is milking the same injury that he played 16 games on last year. He knows the Bills won’t pay him, so he is not suiting up to potentially ruin his chances in free agency. Could be wrong, just tired of bad safety play and our bad talent evaluation in the draft:/

        • G_WallyHunter

          He’s already tagged. He comes with a 6.9 mil cap hit.

          • Nick C

            You can tag him again and it goes up 20%. Yes, it’s steep. But that is only IF you cannot work out something for 3-5 years.

        • Adam

          He’s milking it because he doesn’t want to play under the tag. What exactly would make him happier coming to a bad defense in Philly and still playing under the tag, with the prospect of having to play under the tag for a 2nd season?

          • Nick C

            Because he will have the impression that we will sign him long-term. He knows he won’t be signed in Buffalo. The guy doesn’t want to sit. Him not playing this year will cost him money due to injury concerns from future teams. It might be naive, but with some decent secondary play we can be legit contenders in a weak NFC East. And Vick (who is perfect to run this offense) is 33 years old. So exactly how big is the window here? Our nucleus of players may not still be so elusive in space by the time we groom another QB. I’m not mortgaging the future by saying give them a 1st round pick. But adding a young, all-pro cannot hurt…

          • Adam

            I don’t think you realize how much players do not want to play under the franchise tag. If Byrd gets hurt playing under the tag this year he effectively ends any chance of him getting his fat cheque in free agency. He is absolutely 100% content sitting around in Buffalo doing nothing this year. He will set his price next year in free agency.

            He will NOT play without a long term deal and he will NOT play in Philly or any other team besides Buffalo in 2013. Simply no team will be willing to give up any amount of resources on a player that has a good chance of not playing and then walking after the seasons over, unless you’re the 76ers.

            I’m not arguing that Byrd would not help this team. He would help any team. It’s a business and there’s always more than just “go get that guy because he’ll make our team better”.

          • Nick C

            If that is the case, then no player would ever play out the last year of their deal. He is absolutely certain that the Bills won’t extend him so he is not playing. Yes, Nnamdi and Andrew Bynum burned us, but that shouldn’t prevent you from ever making a trade again… How have second round safeties worked for us in the the draft the last three years? (Jacquain Jarrett and Nate Allen) Or our talent evaluation in the first round with Danny Watkins and several others…. Does that mean we should never draft again as well? At some point, you have to stop playing for position in the NFL Draft. Wasn’t it frustrating enough last year?? We want a team to watch and get excited about. It is our job as fans… I applaud you for looking at the business side of things, and I completely understand where you are coming from. Just tired of waiting for next year from the Eagles and Phillies.

          • Adam

            You keep drifting from the topic of Byrd to our bad safety play. That’s not the point at all. We all know we have bad safeties and have had. The point is why it the Eagles won’t trade for Byrd and I’ve stated it several times. It’s the same reason no other team in the league that is safety starved (and there are plenty of them) won’t trade for Byrd.

            Some players have to play out their tag because they’ve shown potential but have to earn their fat contract. Byrd isn’t in that position. The league knows what Byrd is and they know he’s a top talent at his position and will get a top contract we he hits free agency.

            He knows it. The league knows it. It doesn’t matter that he knows Buffalo won’t pay him because he will get paid. But if he plays gets hurt he won’t get paid.

          • Dutch

            So he can get traded pending an agreement he negotiates which pays him under the franchise tag now, and bonus money and an multiple year extension. The trade compensation is between the teams.

          • Adam

            You can’t negotiate with tagged players during the season. Even if you can, it’s all words. He can easily walk to a better team after the season is over with no repercussions, and we’d get zero compensation.

          • Dutch

            /Funny how the same problem blamed on Nnamdi and DRC continues to plague the Eagles this season. Yesterday was a detailed example of the problems from the last two seasons in the Eagles defensive backfield……… Did anyone notice DRC shutting down the Giants on his side of the field yesterday?

          • aub32

            Adam you are making too much sense on this topic. This talk about Rhodes and Byrd are so annoying. Fans who claimed that we were destined to fail and would be ok with a few bad years are now suddenly all in for this season and not thinking of everything that comes with grabbing one of these guys three weeks into the season.

          • Adam

            I don’t get the fascination with Rhodes. I don’t buy the whole blacklisted because he’s gay thing… there are a lot of teams that are deseperate enough that they would at least kick the tires on him. I think he’s either asking for too much or not that good anymore, probably a combination of both.

            While I would love to have Byrd, I accept that it may be only next year. I like that prospect better actually, because he have ample cap space to sign him so we could win a bidding war, but not have to give up precious early round picks.

          • aub32

            I don’t think fans get that the gay thing is a non issue. If you listen to players, they say how though there may not be any open gay players currently in the NFL, you know who guys are. These players spend more time with their teammates than their own families during the season. So does anyone actually think that they don’t know that a teammate or two might be playing for a different team. Players accept criminals, racists, thugs, and all around A-holes if it will help them win games.

            As far as the Byrd thing, you make a great argument. The move just make poor business sense right now. It’s not like we are the only team with bad safeties. The Eagles fixed both the offense and STs in one offseason. Can’t they get at least one more to sure up the defense.

    • Dutch

      Wait until the end of the year he will be an unrestricted free agent and you own Buffalo nothing if he signs your offer sheet.

  • morgan c

    I’m not really sure why Sheil is dismissing Rhodes so easily. I mean, Kelly is flatly wrong when he says there is no one else out there. Rhodes is out there. Okay, so he isn’t Brian Dawkins at 27. But 31 isn’t exactly “old.” And you simply can’t tell me that he (or anyone) wouldn’t be an upgrade over Nate Allen. He actively hurt us yesterday. Literally anyone would be an upgrade. Start Colt Anderson if you don’t think Wolff is “ready.”

    • damrvrhunter

      +1 on starting Anderson over Allen. Colt at least shows instinct.

    • anon

      He likely plays better at 31 than Allen does at 26/27.

  • Seabreezes51

    Please God…. Don’t tell me that Andy Reid left instructions

    “We’ve got to coach them better and put them in positions to make plays,” Kelly said.

    • G_WallyHunter

      Next thing we know he’ll be saying….. Times YOURS

  • DunedinEagle

    Bullspit there are no safeties on the street better than this. Seattle never stopped trying guys out last year and look at that defense. Laziness and poor talent evaluation.

  • hawaiieaglesfan

    Patiric got hurt midway during the game so i give him a pass. Earl rookie still learning but a lot of raw talent pass. Nate WTF? Directly responsible for 2 blown coverages that led to 2 touchdowns. Not to mention many 3rd down blown assignments. If you take away those touchdowns do you think the eagles would win? Losing Quinton and keeping Nate to me was the biggest mistake personnel wise on d.

  • EaglePete

    mgmt playing for a high draft pick no? Leave that safety position realllllly thin, high scoring, high entertainment games. Build future through draft. CK cant do it or say it.

    • RIP illa

      HaHa…I love that conspiracy theory cause it makes all too much sense. But who knows why they’re doing things the way they are. It’s so sad, when it’s so painfully obvious that they have F’d up on numerous fronts. This past offseason was solely built on addition by subtraction and filling in those holes w/ quick sand rather than concrete! Hopefully their plan works out in the long run. I however, have very little faith.

  • daggolden

    Eagles get no sympathy when they are 21 million under the cap. You saved money but are now crying your defense sucks. Should of spent the money.

    • aub32

      Spent it on whom? It’s amazing how quickly some of you forget what happened last time we went on a spending spree. Then when that doesn’t work some of you both criticize the team for the move and player evaluation, but in the next breath want them to do the exact same thing.

      • RIP illa

        I don’t know about others, but I never had a problem w/ the overall idea of the spending spree…The execution, however, left a lot to be desired. Sometimes it doesn’t work out but that doesn’t mean that we should never ever go after high quality FAs. If the spending spree was a “stupid” move, then doing the extreme opposite is just as stupid of a move. Gotta have balance between it all. Spend but spend smartly, which they didn’t do during the spending spree. Build through the draft, but do it smartly. Spend smartly and draft smartly!!!

        I thought this years draft was way to conservative…but who knows, jury’s still out. FA was an absolute joke! Gotta have a good balance between the two to build a good team. So in answer to your question…Dashon Goldson and Chris Clemons from the Dolphins, told you about him before. Could have afforded both together or either one separately. And yes every player has their “warts”, but both of their “warts” look way better than our safeties and their “warts”!

  • Max Lightfoot

    Are there any safeties in prison?

    • aub32

      LMAO!!!!

  • theycallmerob

    Sheil, did you or Tim ask Kelly when the Eagles plan to resign Kinne and start him at safety?

  • nicksaenz1

    Just read an article on Yahoo that said the vaGiants will be working out Kerry Rhodes. I think Chip lied… He’s eligible for the 840k vet min, which is a far cry from the 3mil he turned down from the Cardinals.

  • Will

    After 2 games Eagles D ranked 30th in the NFL.

  • Will

    Wolff is not ready by their own admission, Nate Allen is not the answer, and they remain unwilling to bring in Kerry Rhoades to at least kick the tires. If the front 7 can not get’er done. The Defense will struggle. The offense is gonna have to be near perfect!

    • Explorer51

      If anyone doesn’t think that Kerry Rhodes is being blackballed because of his presumed sexual identity they are fooling themselves; there is not a reason in the world to not bring him in for a tryout and the Eagles won’t even acknowledge that he’s available. Sorry for the multiple negatives in the preceding sentence but jeez…this guy could walk in off the street and play better than anyone we have at safety.

  • kg

    we dont need a pro bowler at safety we just need a safety that can play better than nate allen and i am 100% sure that kerry rhodes can do just that. if we pass on him i really hope the giants get him and make howie chip and billy regret it.

    • Will

      Kerry Rhodes plays like a pro bowl player….

  • Will

    This is the Safety play we desperately need, Kerry Rhodes is a play maker….

  • Will

    Kerry Rhodes
    Height: 6-3
    Weight: 212
    Born: August 2, 1982
    Birth Place: Bessemer, Alabama
    College: Louisville
    Draft: 2005 4ᵗʰ round (22ⁿᵈ pick) by the New York Jets.The Giants will reportedly work out former Cardinals and Jets safety Kerry Rhodes on Tuesday. New York is currently only carrying three true safeties on its 53-man roster, though corners Terrell Thomas and Aaron
    Ross can play safety in a pinch.
    Mon, Sep 16
    Sportsxchange

  • pjcostello

    To be fair to the Eagles’ brass, they had a LOT of holes to fill on defense this past offseason, and the salary cap limits how many really good players you can bring in at once. For the first season in a new scheme, with new coaches, they turned over half the starting defensive lineup — including bringing in an entirely new secondary (Phillips didn’t work out, but they did try). We ALL knew they weren’t going to be good this year, so why are we surprised when that bears out? The success of the offense has made too many people forget that this was supposed to be a rebuilding year. Have some patience and understand that the coaches have the best interests of the TEAM foremost in their minds, and will put in the players they think give them the best chance to win. Why wouldn’t they??? This defense will give up 24-27 points per game, all season long. Get used to it, and trust that next year will be better — and the year after that will be even better. They simply don’t have the talent in place yet, but they will.

  • kg

    i guess an injury to nate allen is the only way to get him off the field because it sounds like the coaches still think hes better than kerry rhodes. that is mind numbing

  • EaglePete

    I think the Chiefs will be another tight game but not as high scoring, more like 21-21 range with another FG winner. I dont see Smith lighting up anyone but their D is legit so I think they can slow us down. I hope the fans cheer for Reid but I wont hold my breath, he deserves it whether you wanted him gone or not.

    • Adam

      I’m fairly confident the Eagles fans will do right by Andy. They gave Donnie a standing O, I think they’ll do the same for Andy.

  • Craig

    Wolf will likely be the starter by week 4 at this pace…..The only question left is who gets added from the practice squad once they cut Allen?

    Any word on the progress of Keelan Johnson or Trenton Robinson. It obviously takes time to learn a new system, but one will probably be activated in the next few weeks.

  • Will

    Why won’t the Eagles bring in a proven Veteran Safety? They have put young guys back there since the 2009 season. When is the FO gonna wake up? Kerry Rhodes is what you want back there play wise. Bring Kerry in and at least kick the tires. So sick of the Safety play for the last 5 years!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEcwJwJL4fY

  • EaglePete

    Nice to see that Boykin can play outside, I think were okay with our corners but will still need to add to them come the draft. Then draft 5 safeties to find 1 or 2 ha along with QB of the future.

  • nicksaenz1

    Is this the equivalent of looking in the mirror and giving yourself a pep talk?

  • Jonathan R. Henry

    Put me in coach!

  • kg

    there are safetys on the streets and nate allen should be one of them

    • Will

      LMAO so true!

  • G_WallyHunter

    What? Howie doesn’t read this? had me fooled

  • Will

    I think we go 1-3 after Sunday, if the Eagles Win I will be pleasantly surprised…

  • BrickSquadMonopoly

    Hes a prima donna that is suspected he doesn’t love football? Been there with Watkins. And say what you will but no other team has an open homosexual and Im just not trying to be the first. Not in Chip Kellys first year the less drama the better. People acting like hes Ed Reed he was a decent player on a bad team.

  • PaoliBulldog

    I want my safeties to pound other wide receivers and tight ends. What they do after the clock expires is their own business.

  • Cyrus Robinson

    Kerry Rhodes continues to pound tight ends after the clock expires.

  • pjcostello

    Well that was an unfortunate turn of phrase…

  • Adam

    Asking Eagles fans to be reasonable.. might as well ask the sun to not come up tomorrow.

  • knighn

    This 2013 team is NOT going to the Super Bowl. I’d like it for it to be different but statistical history tells us that it’s not likely to happen. Forget about “great”: a “good” safety would help turn things around on Defense. Heck, any improvement would help… but one safety is not going to change Patrick Chung’s or Earl Wolff’s weaknesses in coverage… and it won’t give us a real NT, or better depth at OLB, or better depth at CB, or even better depth at WR (this offense gets rough without DeSean). This team is a couple of years away, with or without Kerry Rhodes. The Eagles won’t admit that and many fans don’t want to admit that, but that is the truth. They’re trying to sell “Win The Day” but really they’re thinking about “Seeing what we have today… and we’ll really concentrate on winning tomorrow.”