Found June 01, 2012 on Philly Sports Muse:
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Trent Edwards The Philadelphia Eagles signed former Buffalo Bills quarterback Trent Edwards this offseason, despite the fact that he did not play in the NFL at all in 2011. So it’s not surprising that there was a little bit of rust for Edwards last week at the Eagles first set of OTAs this offseason. But it seemed that there was more than just a little. Edwards’ performance was alarmingly bad. The Courier Posts’s Geoff Mosher said that Mike Kafka was running off with the backup quarterback competition. CSNPhilly’s Reuben Frank put it bluntly: “OK, let’s be honest. Trent Edwards looked awful last week.” Frank and others have said that Edwards is looking markedly better this week. But is he running out of time? Despite showing improvement on Wednesday, he didn’t take a single snap on Thursday in seven-on-seven or 11-on-11 drills. Is Edwards running out of time? How long does he think it will take for him to acclimate to the Eagles’ offense? “I don’t have a timetable for you. There ar...
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