Eagles reportedly reach out to Bills about LeSean McCoy

Sherman Parsons
October 12, 2018

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One day after a brutal loss to the Minnesota Vikings, the defending champion Philadelphia Eagles were busy on the transaction wire. The original thought process was adding more space to re-sign current players over the next two seasons, a list which will include quarterback Carson Wentz.

NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported on Up To The Minute on Tuesday that the GM had shown interest in a reunion with McCoy in the past. He was a key contributor to the team's first Super Bowl victory previous year. Well, the Eagles are at least semi-interested, it appears. But at 30 years old, McCoy is at the age when running backs begin to decline. Furthermore, Darren Sproles has missed the last four games with a hamstring injury and Corey Clement, who is expected to play this week, missed the last two games with a quad injury. They re-structured defensive tackle, Fletcher Cox's deal and freed up roughly $6.5 million for this season and an additional $11.7 million for next year. To judge from the slew of reactions Monday to Ajayi's injury, "over the top" could also fairly apply to the excitement about the prospect of Philly swinging a trade for one of the league's best backs. Philadelphia is just 2-3 comping off of its Super Bowl-winning campaign.

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