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The Eagles announced that they have traded Winston Justice and a 6th round pick to the Indianapolis Colts in exchange for a 6th round pick.
Prior to this trade, the Eagles have been busy extending the contracts of players on their roster. Both Todd Herremans and Trent Cole had their contracts extended.
Antonio Dixon, who had a very nice year for the Eagles, also reached a 1-year deal to reamin with the team.
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It was expected that the Eagles would make an offer to their sole restricted free agent, DT Antonio Dixon. And on Monday they did just that.
Other teams have until April 20 to make Dixon an offer, if they are interested. Should that occur, the Eagles have 7 days to match it. If they do not, then Philadelphia will receive a 2nd round draft...
Paul Kuharsky notes that the Winston Justice signing indicates what we can expect of this "new era" of Colts football:
“I’m not sure exactly what it cost them, but I very much like the move,” said Matt Williamson of Scouts Inc. “He isn’t great, but he is a solid right tackle and has had success in this league. It looks like they have their offensive tackles in...
The Eagles trade Offensive lineman Winston Justice to the Colts and the teams swap 6th round picks in the 2012 draft. The swapping of picks move the Eagles up in the draft by 15 spots and save them 4.2 million dollars towards the salary cap. Justice gives the Colts another body up front as they
The Philadelphia Eagles have offered a one year contract offer to defensive end Antonio Dixon. This is a wise move in my estimation, as Dixon, a three year starter out of the University of Miami, developed into one of the Eagles best young players before being injured last year with a torn triceps.He also fills a void at one of the most crucial positions on the field given the Wide...
The Colts have swapped sixth round draft picks with Philadelphia to add offensive lineman Winston Justice.
Indianapolis sent the second pick in the sixth round to the Eagles for the No. 17 pick.
The move could be another key part of Indy's rebuilding project. Justice has made 31 starts in five seasons with the Eagles and was originally a second round pick in, No. 39 overall...
The Colts made two more significant moves today, both involving the former teams of the new staff.
The Colts looked to bolster their line with a trade with new GM Ryan Grigson's old team, swapping 6th round picks with the Eagles, and picking up OT Winston Justice in the process.
Justice was selected 39th overall in 2006, but struggled in the first few years with the Eagles...
Hot News for OT Winston Justice
Nate Dunlevy took a harder look at Mike McGlynn's career to date and notes an important fact: Howard Mudd didn't like him. Sound familiar? Mudd also wasn't high on new Colts tackle Winston Justice.
There's not much evidence that McGlynn is any good, as he has been unable to crack the starting lineup with any consistency. As the Eagles move to a Howard Mudd-coached...