Philadelphia Eagles Need to Leave Underachieving Draft Pick Behind

Posted: 16th September 2009 by Lloyd Vance in NFL
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With the Eagles trying to figure out a messy roster situation, it maybe time to cut ties with underachieving receiver Reggie Brown “When I’m wrong, I say I’m wrong.” A simple line said by Baby’s dad in the pop movie Dirty Dancing that could become some sound advice for the Eagles when evaluating an underachieving, highly-drafted player.  A good way for Eagles to alleviate their current roster mess due to their musical chairs act at the quarterback position is for Birds to say goodbye to former 2005 second-round pick, WR Reggie Brown. His 2008 numbers: 18 receptions for 252 yards and one TD in 10 games.  The Eagles' former leading receiver in 2005 was inactive for the season opener against the Panthers and it does not look like he is going to ...

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