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Tuesday, October 14, 2008

NFL Trading Deadline

The Cowboys paid a steep price for Lions' WR Roy Williams, who seeks a new contract.

The Chiefs held onto future Hall of Fame tight end Tony Gonzalez, in whom the Eagles seem to be interested.

Does this activity underscore the difference between the franchise people suggest will win the Super Bowl versus the one that, while good, might not get their under the combination of owner Jeffrey Lurie and coach/GM Andy Reid? (The Eagles also pursued Williams).

The ESPN article described Terrell Owens as aging. He is getting up there in years, but how many NFL wide receivers look to be in better shape?


Blogger rhickok1109 said...

Well, Owens will turn 35 before the season ends, and not many receivers have remained productive after that age. So far this season, he's averaging than 4 catches per game, compared to more than 5 last year, so he may be declining even now.

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