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Eagles giving CB Marsh second chance

Just a few days ago, Curtis Marsh was out of football. On Sunday, he could be starting at cornerback for the Philadelphia Eagles. Marsh, a third-round draft pick of the Eagles in 2011, was cut by the team in training camp. He was then signed by the Cincinnati Bengals and released a few weeks later. With just four cornerbacks on the roster, and one of them, starter Bradley Fletcher...
Via AP on Fox
November 07, 2013  |  Discuss

Eagles Re-Sign Curtis Marsh

In need of depth at cornerback, the Eagles have signed former 2011 third-round draft choice Curtis Marsh.  The Philadelphia Eagles have had an open roster spot for the past two weeks and on Tuesday the team filled that vacancy by re-signing cornerback Curtis Marsh.  Marsh, a 2011 third-round draft choice of the Eagles was waived with an injury settlement in September and brought...
Via Eagledelphia
November 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Curtis Marsh, Eagles Secondary, Struggles Against Pats Offense

  We expected some hiccups along the way, and it’s probably not fair to judge the Philadelphia Eagles secondary after just a few practice games. But we were expecting, as I said, some hiccups. Not a flat out dry heave. However one player, Brandon Boykin, the Eagles fourth-round draft pick [...]The post Curtis Marsh, Eagles Secondary, Struggles Against Pats Offense appeared first...
Via Eagles Pulse
August 09, 2013  |  Discuss

Cary Williams Has His Say About Missed Workouts

Categories: BREAKING NEWS EaglesTags: Cary WilliamsCurtis MarshPhiladelphia EaglesWhen the Eagles number one defense took the field yesterday at the Birds mini-camp, new Eagles cornerback Cary Williams lined up at the right cornerback position.  He had been backing up third year cornerback Curtis Marsh for most of the workouts, but the fact that he hadn’t attended most of the...
June 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Eagles’ Curtis Marsh Jr. has to take the next step in 2013

The Philadelphia Eagles said goodbye to Nnamdi Asomugha, Dominique Rogers-Cromartie and hello to Cary Williams, but one cornerback that has to take the next step in his development in 2013 is Curtis Marsh Jr.; you remember Curtis Marsh right? The third round pick from the 2011 draft class of the Eagles. Well he has been buried in the depth chart, because of guys like Asomugha...
Via The Penalty Flag
April 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Eagles Briefs: CB Curtis Marsh takes reps with first defense

The full Eagles team had its first practice at training camp on Thursday, and there is news-aplenty from camp. A rundown of some of the news: -Football means injuries, unfortunately. TE Brent Celek suffered a mild knee sprain, but told reporters that he should be okay. Other tight end news: There’s “mutual interest” between Jeremy Shockey and the Eagles, but seems to be a holding...
Via Philly Sports Muse
July 27, 2012  |  Discuss

Curtis Marsh says "I'm still here"... ...

Just when you write a guy off for the Eagles, they put him in the first-team rotation at Thursday's "closed" practice... Curtis Marsh, who dressed for only seven games last season, came out as the No. 1 right corner in the Eagles' nickel package for their first full-squad practice of camp. The alignment had Nnamdi Asomugha moved inside to cover the slot receiver...
Via Eagles Eye
July 26, 2012  |  Discuss

The Philadelphia Eagles had a solid draft last April

The Eagles had an outstanding draft last April.  They got big time production out of six of their draft picks and more could develop for the Eagles down the road.  Here is a look at what the rookies did in their debut seasons for the Eagles: 27-year old OG Dan Watkins was picked in the first round by the Eagles last April.  He played in 12 games (all starts) for the Eagles last...
Via Eagles Locker
January 15, 2012  |  Discuss

Eagles Currently Own 13th Pick in Next Year's Draft

With any chance at the playoffs now officially over, the Eagles are now playing for next season earlier then anyone expected they would. Part of that will mean seeing bench players get more playing time- Jaiquawn Jarrett, Brandon Graham, Curtis Marsh- in order to evaluate them for next year. But in the eyes of the fans, the objective on Sunday is clear: lose to ensure a higher draft...
Via Buzz On Broad
December 26, 2011  |  1 Comment

Is Juan Castillo Saving His Job?

The chances of Juan Castillo remaining defensive coordinator a few weeks ago were about as small as the Eagles playoff hopes. But as the Eagles continue to push the door a little further open the on making the playoffs, could it be that Juan Castillo is starting to shut the door on the possibility of losing his job? For the 2nd week in a row Castillo's unit has been lights out...
Via Buzz On Broad
December 19, 2011  |  Discuss
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