February 21, 2024   2 MIN READ

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ITB: Offensive Names to Watch In Free Agency


Already early players in free agency, the Philadelphia Eagles are looking to be active in acquiring depth for their offense.

On the latest episode of “Inside The Birds,” Adam Caplan and Geoff Mosher provided intel on the team’s recent signings as well as names to watch on the offensive side of the ball in free agency.

Noah Brown

GETTY IMAGES: WR Noah Brown, who has previously played for the Cowboys and Texans, could be a fit for the Eagles offense

Tyrion Davis-Price

Adam Caplan: “He has talent, is a zone runner with good size. The Eagles run a combination of gap scheme and zone so we will see how he fits in, but they are so light on depth.”

Darian Kinnard

Geoff Mosher: “I spoke to a couple of sources who scouted him around the league. Coming out of college at Kentucky, he played tackle and was seen as a little stiff, which is why he was a fifth round pick. I heard from a couple of sources that he needs to mature. He struggled at tackle, spent last year on the Chiefs practice squad playing both tackle and guard. The feeling was he may have a better future at guard.”

Jameis Winston

Caplan: “He would be a high-end backup, he made around $5 million total. He is not the most mobile guy., but he has a great arm. The guy is gifted as a passer.”

Mosher: “If Winston having been a backup for a couple of years in a row has humbled him at all, I can see him in the right team, system, coaching. He is a really good quarterback when he is not throwing interceptions.”

Noah Brown

Mosher: “If I were a wagering man, I would put my money on [Eagles singing] Noah Brown or Cedrick Wilson, simply because they have experience in a Kellen Moore offense and were fairly successful in their roles. Noah Brown was doing pretty well for the Texans.”

George Fant

Caplan: “He is basically a backup, in his 30’s now. He had some injuries, but he is definitely better than Fred Johnson.”

– Benjamin Paul is a staff writer for InsideTheBirds.com.

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