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Many believe that the Eagles may be interested in Moss should Jackson be traded. However, while this seems like a very clear "dismiss," perhaps it should be given some consideration.
Sure, Moss is old. And according to every critic, he is washed up and no longer the player he once was. But weren't the pundits saying the same things about him when he left Minnesota? And when he left Oakland? And didn't Moss prove them wrong both times?
True, he left New England and was not the same player in Minnesota or Tennessee. But Moss was entering franchises that were in complete disarray, with the Vikings completely collapsing and the Titans failing to find a role for him.
It is reported that the Eagles were interested in Moss's services when he left Oakland, and he was considered "washed up" then. Now that they have another chance to get him, he may be the perfect successor to Jackson should the Eagles decide to trade him.