Philadelphia Eagles: A Preview and Analysis of the Final 53 Man Roster

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Philadelphia Eagles: A Preview and Analysis of the Final 53 Man Roster
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The regular season is almost upon us. The preseason is down to just one final game. Every team must cut their roster down to 80 players by August 30 and again down to the final 53 by September 3 after everyone has played their final preseason game.

The Eagles will have a number of tough decisions to make. They have brought in a plethora of talent and will have to cut several talented veterans and young promising players as well. They drafted 11 players in the 2011 NFL Draft, and at least two of those players won't make the team.

The Eagles looked poised for a Super Bowl run yet again, but this time, they have more talent than they ever did in the early 2000s. They have gone after several Pro Bowl caliber players including Nnamdi Asomugha, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Cullen Jenkins, Ronnie Brown, Jason Babin and Vince Young.

It's clear the time to win is now. There is no way Andy Reid keeps his job in three years if he still hasn't brought the Lombardi Trophy to Philadelphia.

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