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After back-to-back disappointing seasons the Philadelphia Eagles have plenty of questions to answer this offseason. From finding a new head coach, identifying a quarterback of the future and fixing a faltering defense, to say that the Eagles organization has their work cut out for them would be an understatement. But how is this possible? Don’t the Eagles possess a star-studded roster? That answer is yes, but here’s the problem. With big contracts come big expectations. The Philadelphia Eagles are full of big money contracts but for some reason or another, the players signing them just aren’t producing. Take a look.
Over the course of the last several years Eagles management and former head coach Andy Reid brought in talent after talent in hopes that they could assemble a Super Bowl contender.… Read more
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