I agree wholeheartedly. If you can get a tenured, talented and young wideout, there is no way you could get that for a second. Of course, you are really paying the second AND the big slary, which is why teams don't just trade away first and second round picks for established players. There is no way you could get a plyer of TO, or Javon's caliber in the bottom half of the first, or second--but you still have to pay them, and there are risks.
But If I am the eagles, I maybe trade a second this year, and think about next--pending physical. They are so far under the cap, and the cap gets another 7 million added next year too. This is one area where they can spend a bit.
I think TO to Dallas is probably a lock at this point.
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