If Jairus Byrd wants to be traded, Howie Roseman and the Philadelphia Eagles should be frothing at the mouth like a rabid dog on steroids. I’m not saying overpay for him, but they should at least be on the phone and seeing what kind of deal there is to be made.
Let’s make Byrd a Bird! Photo: USATSI
New reports started surfacing yesterday saying that Byrd and his agent are trying to engineer a trade from the Bills by the NFL trade deadline, which is October 29th.
With the Eagles’ free safety position still unsettled, it’s a no-brainer that there should be interest in finding out if the Bills are indeed willing to trade Byrd.
Chip Kelly named Nate Allen as the starter, but said that Earl Wolff will play a lot as well. It sounds like Allen won the job only because he has experience, not because he is ultimately the better player.
They also kept five safeties on the roster and signed two more to the practice squad. Obviously, the safety position is a concern when you have to invest q...