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The Philadelphia Eagles continued to make moves to shore up their new defense by acquiring DE Clifton Geathers from the Colts on Thursday in a trade, giving up fullback Stanley Havili.
Geathers’ (6-7, 325) collegiate career was spent at the University of South Carolina, where he played in 36 games and finished with 72 tackles, 12 tackles for a loss, six sacks and two forced fumbles. He was a sixth-round draft pick of the Cleveland Browns in 2010. Since that time, he has spent time in the NFL with Cleveland, Miami, Seattle, Dallas and Indy. The 25-year old Geathers has appeared in 15 total games during his three years of playing professional football. He played in eight games for Indianapolis in 2012, recording five tackles and a sack. Geathers will bring his run-stopping skills to Philadelphia’s new 3-4 defensive front.
Havili is in his second year in the NFL. With Philadelphia acquiring fullback/tight end James Casey and retaining Emil Igwenagu, the Birds have op...
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It's been relatively quiet recently, but the Indianapolis Colts have made the news regarding potential wide receivers, and a trade involving the Eagles.Let's start with the trade:The Indianapolis Colts have decided to trade defensive end Clifton Geathersto the Philadelphia Eagles for fullback Stanley Havili. That trade took place yesterday. What this tells me is that the...
Running BacksTags: Clifton GeathersPhiladelphia EaglesStanley HaviliEagles head coach Chip Kelly told reporters at the NFL owners meetings that he wanted the team to get bigger and more physical. Earlier today, the Eagles traded fullback Stanley Havili to the Indianapolis Colts for big defensive end Clifton Geathers. Adding Geathers...
The Indianapolis Colts have acquired fullback Stanley Havili in a trade with Philadelphia in exchange for defensive end Clifton Geathers.
The 6-foot, 245-pound Havili gives the Colts their first true fullback in years and should help the new offense under first-year coordinator Pep Hamilton.
Havili was Philadelphia's seventh-round draft pick in 2011 and had six rushes for 22...
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson won’t be spending his offseasons in Philly. The Los Angeles, California native recently bought what appears to be the home of yours (or somebody’s) rich grandmother in Tarzana, California.
Jackson, who just signed a five-year $47 million contract with the Eagles last offseason, should at least be given credit for not maxing out...
The Philadelphia Eagles have added numerous players to their roster since the end of the 2012 season. In case you missed any or simply forgot some, here is a list of all the players they’ve added this offseason and how they acquired them…
Hot damn I’m an Eagle! Photo: Bob Levey
Free agent signings:
OT Allen Barbre, 6′ 4″ 305 lbs, 28 years old
DE Everette Brown, 6′...
Instead of the Lions having an interest in a free agent could the roles actually be reversed?
According to NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport, this certainly seems to be the case as free agent defensive end Dwight Freeney is interested in signing with Detroit. In addition to the Lions, Freeney is also said to be interested in Miami and Denver two other teams that are in need of a defensive...
Former Vikings coach Brad Childress is reuniting with Andy Reid in Kansas City, working on the spread game and special projects.
When Osi Umenyiora signed with the Atlanta Falcons for a base earning of $8.5 million, Dwight Freeney was taking notes. Freeney, now 33 years old, is looking for a deal that exceeds that of Umenyiora, who is just 31 years of age, according to a report by Ian Rapoport.
The knee-jerk reaction would be to call Freeney's demands crazy. His level of play was not nearly as high...
NewsTags: Darryl TappDerek LandriKevin KolbKing DunlapPhiladelphia EaglesKevin Kolb Signs With Buffalo
Kevin Kolb signed a two-year deal worth $13 million with the Buffalo Bills.
This will be Kolb’s third opportunity to be a starting quarterback in the NFL, after he lost his starting job to Michael Vick in Philadelphia and turned in two mediocre...