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Sheila Kapadia of PhillyMag.com believes there’s a chance Vinny Curry won’t make the Eagles final roster.
The 2012 second-round pick did not make the switch to outside linebacker in the spring. Instead, he bulked up and got reps at defensive end, mostly with the second team.
Curry’s had to deal with unfavorable circumstances so far. He’s only played 89 snaps in the league, per Pro Football Focus, yet he’s already on his third defensive line coach. He’ll have to prove this summer that he’s a fit in his new role. If that doesn’t happen, there’s at least a chance that the Eagles part ways with Curry before the regular season.
Curry was expected to be a difference maker when he was drafted. Now that Philly is moving to a 3-4 defense he may wind up as a free agent sooner rather than later.
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