May 23, 2011 by staff
Plaxico Burress, The thought of the Eagles added a receiver like Plaxico Burress range for the offense has quite a few Eagles fans start a standing ovation, but I do not know if the receivers already on the team are applauding. Can immediately think that DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin are texting each other and talk about the rumor that Burress could join the team. It will affect them one way or another.
What if something goes to the Eagles average Burress signed Jackson, who is the team’s home run threat? You know a big receiver like Burress fits well in the West Coast offense, so it’s going to take the reception of the receivers, especially first downs and touchdowns.
As in the case of Michael Vick, Andy Reid, has probably been fantasizing about Burress on your list and available for use in the red zone. The Eagles have struggled for years there, because I never had the big physical receiver who could dominate if left one by one.
Immediately would be the number one goal near the end zone, because few of the NFL defensive backs who are big enough to cope with its size. I heard you lost some weight during his imprisonment and will have to get your size and strength again to be the dominant receptor was a few years.
That will mean fewer touchdown passes to Jackson, Maclin, Jason Avant and Brent Celek. The team immediately improves in the red zone, but Burress is a big goal down the middle on third down. He and Eli Manning developed a good working relationship and are a major reason the team won the Super Bowl over the New England Patriots.
Also remember that Jackson is trying to finally get an extension of their first contract. I wonder if the Eagles would bring to the presence of Burress on the list in talks with Jackson’s agent, Drew Rosenhaus.
You should not make a difference because Burress definitely not a long term solution, but I can tell you all sorts of things run through the minds of players, especially the players who are trying to get a long term contract.
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