Game plan for the rest of the Offseason

Cap Space after signing draft picks: $15M

Signings:

RB Carlos Hyde (1 year/$2.5M) ~12.5M left

WR Taylor Gabriel (1 year/$2.5M) ~10M left

We get a replacement bruiser back after losing Jordan Howard and get a speedster to be a low end WR on our depth chart.

Trades:

Trade Picks 21, 53 and a 2020 3rd Round Pick to Cleveland for Pick 10.

Trade up to get a legitimate WR1 for Wentz

Draft:

Pick 10- WR CeeDee Lamb/Oklahoma

Pick 103- LB Logan Wilson/Wyoming

Pick 127- OT Lucas Niang/TCU

Pick 145- C Matt Hennessy/Temple

Pick 146- S Brandon Jones/Texas

Pick 168- RB Eno Benjamin/Arizona State

Pick 190- WR Quintez Cephus/Wisconsin

We get our WR1 for Wentz, a physical and versatile LB and a potential backup LT if Mailata still isn’t ready with the first three picks. With the second half of our draft we get a potential gritty Kelce replacement, long term safety depth a pass catching RB who could be a development project and an athletic depth WR.

June 1st Cut:

WR Alshon Jeffery

Bye bye. We save about $10M for 2021 to help our dire cap situation.

53 Man:

QB: Wentz, Sudfeld

RB: Sanders, Hyde, Scott, Benjamin

WR: Lamb, D. Jackson, Ward Jr., Arcega-Whiteside, Gabriel, Cephus

TE: Ertz, Goedert, Perkins

OL: Dillard, Seumolo, Kelce, Brooks, Johnson, Mailata, Pryor, Hennessy, Niang

DL: Graham, Barnett, Sweat, Avery, Miller, Ostman, Cox, Hargrave, M. Jackson, Ridgeway

LB: Wilson, Gerry, Edwards, Riley, J. Brown

CB: Slay, Maddox, Robey-Coleman, S. Jones, Douglas, LeBlanc

S: McLeod, Mills, Parks, Ford, B. Jones

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