The self-proclaimed "Gold Standard" of the NFL opened up a bit this past week during the owners meetings in Florida. Andy Reid and GM Howie Roseman have shed light on some pressing issues revolving around the team.
Philadelphia has a notorious reputation for being a tough town to win over. After 13 years of the Reid regime, fans have become immune and desensitized to the tight-lipped rhetoric coming out of the Nova Care Complex in South Philly.
This week has shown a different side of the Philadelphia Eagles' decision makers. Reid took part in an hour-long interview with the Philadelphia Inquirer's Jeff McLane in West Palm Beach. Roseman, on the other hand, took part in a roundtable interview amongst other interviewees and revealed some of the process changes taking place in the decision making of the front office.
Other than the methodology behind how the Eagles operate, Reid and Roseman tipped their hat to the rest of the league on a certain cornerback's definitive availability and how they will look to proceed in the draft and so on.