Like I mentioned in the previous slide, the Eagles are constantly looking for ways to get younger.
They can take someone who does what Burress does plus more in the draft and have him be more than just a one-year rental like Burress.
Burress did catch eight touchdowns last season and proved to be a good red zone target for Mark Sanchez, but did not do much else.
He only caught 45 passes for 612 yards. What that means for the Eagles is that they will still have to rely on DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin to consistently move the chains—something they have shown to be incapable of doing thus far.
If the Eagles want to get a big red zone guy who is also a high-volume receptions kind of guy, look no further than Mohamed Sanu out of Rutgers.
Sanu stands at 6'2'', taller than both Jackson and Maclin, can go up and get the ball at its highest point in the red zone and with 115 catches during his last season at Rutgers, proved he can help move the chains.
Sanu brings more things to the table as oppose to Burress who brings only one.