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TuckYou
02-09-2012, 01:18 PM
Prior to the 2011 season, it was widely believed that the Eagles (http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/teams/page/PHI) would land Plaxico Burress (http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/players/playerpage/187385) in free agency. That's mainly because Philly housed the last convict-turned-NFL-player in Michael Vick (http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/players/playerpage/235253), whether that presumptive logic was right or wrong.

Plax, of course, ended up playing (http://eye-on-football.blogs.cbssports.com/mcc/blogs/entry/22475988/31010930) for the Jets (http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/teams/page/NYJ), and caught 45 passes for 612 yards and eight touchdowns. He'll be a free agent on March 13, though, and according to Howard Eskin of NBC 10 in Philadelphia, he "wants" to play for the Eagles this time around.

"Saw and talked to Plaxico Burress at Super Bowl and told me he wants to play for Eagles," Eskin tweeted on Wednesday (https://twitter.com/#!/howardeskin/status/167302278422855681). "Badly!"

http://www.cbssports.com/mcc/blogs/entry/22475988/34770630</P>


Question is, are the Eagles dumb enough to put 2 convicts in the same locker room?</P>

Kruunch
02-09-2012, 01:21 PM
He'd be a perfect fit for the Eagles.

He and Vick can take turns reaching for the soap.

WORLDCHAMPS
02-09-2012, 01:22 PM
oh boy.....we should run and sign him really fast....NOT.


Philly will be like the longest yard

Moss#83
02-09-2012, 01:26 PM
If they get Burress we should just resign Ross for the 2 games we play against them.

Tony Bruno
02-09-2012, 01:33 PM
Go ahead...

Rudyy
02-09-2012, 01:35 PM
Steve Smith 2.0

Strahan4gov
02-09-2012, 01:36 PM
I heard they keep a Lawyer and a Parole Officer on staff so it would make sense.

titwio
02-09-2012, 01:37 PM
He'd actually be a very good fit there. The one thing they lack is a possession receiver who is also a red zone threat.

Maclin is more of a complete deep threat than Jackson is and Plax could compliment their corps pretty nice the way I see it.

IDK...Seems like a good move for them IMO if they went that route.

buddy33
02-09-2012, 01:38 PM
Ok.

Mohann
02-09-2012, 01:39 PM
I heard they keep a Lawyer and a Parole Officer on staff so it would make sense.

And they have a Jail cell in the stadium. It's a perfect fit. He and Vick can play poker for smokes.

TuckYou
02-09-2012, 01:44 PM
He'd actually be a very good fit there. The one thing they lack is a possession receiver who is also a red zone threat. Maclin is more of a complete deep threat than Jackson is and Plax could compliment their corps pretty nice the way I see it. IDK...Seems like a good move for them IMO if they went that route.</P>


Yeah, because they need another head case. Dream Team Part II if they lock that up.</P>

burier
02-09-2012, 01:47 PM
Lets back it down with prision jokes. The guys did their time so lets move on.

And if you're going to make a joke try to be at least remotely funny? Krunch that means you.

Strahan4gov
02-09-2012, 01:52 PM
Lets back it down with prision jokes. The guys did their time so lets move on.

And if you're going to make a joke try to be at least remotely funny? Krunch that means you.

If you think Vick has validated the evil he has done by his short lived prison stay you should be forced to watch those sad PETA commercials with Willie Nelson singing "You're Always On My Mind" for a week straight.

To stand up for Plax and Vick on THESE boards is gutsy, i'll give you that.

Redeyejedi
02-09-2012, 01:55 PM
Prior to the 2011 season, it was widely believed that the Eagles (http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/teams/page/PHI) would land Plaxico Burress (http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/players/playerpage/187385) in free agency. That's mainly because Philly housed the last convict-turned-NFL-player in Michael Vick (http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/players/playerpage/235253), whether that presumptive logic was right or wrong.

Plax, of course, ended up playing (http://eye-on-football.blogs.cbssports.com/mcc/blogs/entry/22475988/31010930) for the Jets (http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/teams/page/NYJ), and caught 45 passes for 612 yards and eight touchdowns. He'll be a free agent on March 13, though, and according to Howard Eskin of NBC 10 in Philadelphia, he "wants" to play for the Eagles this time around.

"Saw and talked to Plaxico Burress at Super Bowl and told me he wants to play for Eagles," Eskin tweeted on Wednesday (https://twitter.com/#!/howardeskin/status/167302278422855681). "Badly!"

http://www.cbssports.com/mcc/blogs/entry/22475988/34770630</P>


Question is, are the Eagles dumb enough to put 2 convicts in the same locker room?</P>Not me I knew he was going to end up a Jet.Rex Ryan is so predictable

repeatchamps
02-09-2012, 02:06 PM
Prior to the 2011 season, it was widely believed that the Eagles (http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/teams/page/PHI) would land Plaxico Burress (http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/players/playerpage/187385) in free agency. That's mainly because Philly housed the last convict-turned-NFL-player in Michael Vick (http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/players/playerpage/235253), whether that presumptive logic was right or wrong.

Plax, of course, ended up playing (http://eye-on-football.blogs.cbssports.com/mcc/blogs/entry/22475988/31010930) for the Jets (http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/teams/page/NYJ), and caught 45 passes for 612 yards and eight touchdowns. He'll be a free agent on March 13, though, and according to Howard Eskin of NBC 10 in Philadelphia, he "wants" to play for the Eagles this time around.

"Saw and talked to Plaxico Burress at Super Bowl and told me he wants to play for Eagles," Eskin tweeted on Wednesday (https://twitter.com/#!/howardeskin/status/167302278422855681). "Badly!"

http://www.cbssports.com/mcc/blogs/entry/22475988/34770630</P>


Question is, are the Eagles dumb enough to put 2 convicts in the same locker room?</P>


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I think it is more that he wants to go to teams that ensure hewill play against the Giants. He must be harboring some real disdain for the Giants.</P>

repeatchamps
02-09-2012, 02:06 PM
Prior to the 2011 season, it was widely believed that the Eagles (http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/teams/page/PHI) would land Plaxico Burress (http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/players/playerpage/187385) in free agency. That's mainly because Philly housed the last convict-turned-NFL-player in Michael Vick (http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/players/playerpage/235253), whether that presumptive logic was right or wrong.

Plax, of course, ended up playing (http://eye-on-football.blogs.cbssports.com/mcc/blogs/entry/22475988/31010930) for the Jets (http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/teams/page/NYJ), and caught 45 passes for 612 yards and eight touchdowns. He'll be a free agent on March 13, though, and according to Howard Eskin of NBC 10 in Philadelphia, he "wants" to play for the Eagles this time around.

"Saw and talked to Plaxico Burress at Super Bowl and told me he wants to play for Eagles," Eskin tweeted on Wednesday (https://twitter.com/#!/howardeskin/status/167302278422855681). "Badly!"

http://www.cbssports.com/mcc/blogs/entry/22475988/34770630</P>


Question is, are the Eagles dumb enough to put 2 convicts in the same locker room?</P>


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I think it is more that he wants to go to teams that ensure hewill play against the Giants. He must be harboring some real disdain for the Giants.</P>

gmentology
02-09-2012, 03:05 PM
Plax was supporting/cheering for the Giants in the Super Bowl.
So I'm not so sure he has some disdain for the Giants.

But I'm sure he's regretting now for signing with the Jets
for more money. LOL

The Giants organization gave him a second chance by offering him a decent contract with incentives.

He should've stayed with the Giants and be in a system/playbook that he's familiar
with and have passes thrown to him by Eli instead of Sanchez.

Now Plax missed out on a Giants Super Bowl victory and left looking for another team.
Another bad decision by Plax!

sharick88
02-09-2012, 03:06 PM
Three questions. First one is why is this in TAGF? Secondly, didn't we hear this same **** during free agency? Finally, why care?

Itlan
02-09-2012, 03:07 PM
Lets back it down with prision jokes. The guys did their time so lets move on.

And if you're going to make a joke try to be at least remotely funny? Krunch that means you.

If you think Vick has validated the evil he has done by his short lived prison stay you should be forced to watch those sad PETA commercials with Willie Nelson singing "You're Always On My Mind" for a week straight.

To stand up for Plax and Vick on THESE boards is gutsy, i'll give you that.PETA kills more animals in a day than Michael Vick ever has, so this is a pretty stupid comment.

Kruunch
02-09-2012, 03:07 PM
Lets back it down with prision jokes. The guys did their time so lets move on.

And if you're going to make a joke try to be at least remotely funny? Krunch that means you.

Sorry ... you still sensitive about being abused in the shower, Nancy?

Kruunch
02-09-2012, 03:09 PM
Lets back it down with prision jokes. The guys did their time so lets move on.

And if you're going to make a joke try to be at least remotely funny? Krunch that means you.

If you think Vick has validated the evil he has done by his short lived prison stay you should be forced to watch those sad PETA commercials with Willie Nelson singing "You're Always On My Mind" for a week straight.

To stand up for Plax and Vick on THESE boards is gutsy, i'll give you that.

Or he's just a total tool.

I vote the latter.

gmen0820
02-09-2012, 03:19 PM
This isn't like Steve Smith going to Philly, Smith had about the worst knee surgery procedure at the worst time (micro fracture in December), logical people predicted he would be a non factor.

Plax came from prison, no injuries but sure he'd have to re-acclimate himself to the pro game. He will be full speed and effective next year and I really don't want to face him in Philly.

Mohann
02-09-2012, 03:23 PM
Lets back it down with prision jokes. The guys did their time so lets move on.

And if you're going to make a joke try to be at least remotely funny? Krunch that means you.

If you think Vick has validated the evil he has done by his short lived prison stay you should be forced to watch those sad PETA commercials with Willie Nelson singing "You're Always On My Mind" for a week straight.

To stand up for Plax and Vick on THESE boards is gutsy, i'll give you that.PETA kills more animals in a day than Michael Vick ever has, so this is a pretty stupid comment.

Do have stats on how many animals PETA kills a day, and where why and how this is done? Dog killers disgust me, and always will. Ron Mexico is a POS.

Kruunch
02-09-2012, 03:23 PM
This isn't like Steve Smith going to Philly, Smith had about the worst knee surgery procedure at the worst time (micro fracture in December), logical people predicted he would be a non factor.

Plax came from prison, no injuries but sure he'd have to re-acclimate himself to the pro game. He will be full speed and effective next year and I really don't want to face him in Philly.

I sort of agree. He's definitely a servicable receiver but he doesn't have two things that he had on the Giants:

1) Speed (he's lost a step ... very noticable this year).

2) A QB that will have time to throw to him.

Plax would give them a nice red zone presence due to his size but past that he becomes a very average receiver.

buffyblue
02-09-2012, 03:26 PM
He'd actually be a very good fit there. The one thing they lack is a possession receiver who is also a red zone threat.

Maclin is more of a complete deep threat than Jackson is and Plax could compliment their corps pretty nice the way I see it.

IDK...Seems like a good move for them IMO if they went that route.

Actually he would be a perfect fit there. There were a couple times that he wass open in the corner of the endzone against us in week 15 and of course the “great” Mark Sanchize didn’t see it. Plexiglass will more than likely wind up in Philadelphia and although they do have a brittle QB I expect them to have a better season next year than they did this year.

gmen0820
02-09-2012, 03:28 PM
This isn't like Steve Smith going to Philly, Smith had about the worst knee surgery procedure at the worst time (micro fracture in December), logical people predicted he would be a non factor.

Plax came from prison, no injuries but sure he'd have to re-acclimate himself to the pro game. He will be full speed and effective next year and I really don't want to face him in Philly.

I sort of agree. He's definitely a servicable receiver but he doesn't have two things that he had on the Giants:

1) Speed (he's lost a step ... very noticable this year).

2) A QB that will have time to throw to him.

Plax would give them a nice red zone presence due to his size but past that he becomes a very average receiver.Plax was never really a burner though. His biggest contributions came as a result of his size, wingspan and physicality (good blocker and fought for the ball).

And Vick can make time to throw to him. Regardless, he doesn't seem like a system fit in Philly. They have been a speed, west coast, team and slower guys like Plax and Smith aren't always a good fit.

gmentology
02-09-2012, 03:29 PM
This isn't like Steve Smith going to Philly, Smith had about the worst knee surgery procedure at the worst time (micro fracture in December), logical people predicted he would be a non factor.

Plax came from prison, no injuries but sure he'd have to re-acclimate himself to the pro game. He will be full speed and effective next year and I really don't want to face him in Philly.

Good point!

Plax might still have a few good years left in him.

Now the question is, should the Giants give Plax another chance?

Especially with the chance of Manningham leaving, the talent level of the other backup receivers, and Hixon's knee problems, the Giants should consider Plax.

Mohann
02-09-2012, 03:33 PM
This isn't like Steve Smith going to Philly, Smith had about the worst knee surgery procedure at the worst time (micro fracture in December), logical people predicted he would be a non factor.

Plax came from prison, no injuries but sure he'd have to re-acclimate himself to the pro game. He will be full speed and effective next year and I really don't want to face him in Philly.

Good point!

Plax might still have a few good years left in him.

Now the question is, should the Giants give Plax another chance?

Especially with the chance of Manningham leaving, the talent level of the other backup receivers, and Hixon's knee problems, the Giants should consider Plax.

Actually the question is will he work to be a part of the team? Will he show up to practice? He's a selfish player and we had enough of that with Tiki, Shockey, and Osi. I'd rather draft a rookie that Eli can make into the player he needs. Someone who doesn't think they know it all already and will work with Eli to improve.

gmen0820
02-09-2012, 03:38 PM
This isn't like Steve Smith going to Philly, Smith had about the worst knee surgery procedure at the worst time (micro fracture in December), logical people predicted he would be a non factor.

Plax came from prison, no injuries but sure he'd have to re-acclimate himself to the pro game. He will be full speed and effective next year and I really don't want to face him in Philly.

Good point!

Plax might still have a few good years left in him.

Now the question is, should the Giants give Plax another chance?

Especially with the chance of Manningham leaving, the talent level of the other backup receivers, and Hixon's knee problems, the Giants should consider Plax.On paper, it's an easy decision. He should be relatively cheap (help us resign Cruz and Nicks and JPP), and he's a system fit with an excellent QB.

Now if he can leave his selfish tendencies (which I don't believe he was a selfish player with NYJ) behind him, then he should definitely resign. If he is signed, then Reese and Coughlin believe he is.

gmen0820
02-09-2012, 03:41 PM
This isn't like Steve Smith going to Philly, Smith had about the worst knee surgery procedure at the worst time (micro fracture in December), logical people predicted he would be a non factor.

Plax came from prison, no injuries but sure he'd have to re-acclimate himself to the pro game. He will be full speed and effective next year and I really don't want to face him in Philly.

Good point!

Plax might still have a few good years left in him.

Now the question is, should the Giants give Plax another chance?

Especially with the chance of Manningham leaving, the talent level of the other backup receivers, and Hixon's knee problems, the Giants should consider Plax.

Actually the question is will he work to be a part of the team? Will he show up to practice? He's a selfish player and we had enough of that with Tiki, Shockey, and Osi. I'd rather draft a rookie that Eli can make into the player he needs. Someone who doesn't think they know it all already and will work with Eli to improve.
And this is the concern with Plax. Personally, I don't think Plax Is in the right mental state if he thinks he can boss Eli or anyone on this roster around like he might of been able to in, say 2006-2008.

If he is on board with that, the team above the individual, and is willing to work, the prospects of him on offense is scary.

bLuereverie
02-09-2012, 03:47 PM
Lets back it down with prision jokes. The guys did their time so lets move on.

And if you're going to make a joke try to be at least remotely funny? Krunch that means you.

If you think Vick has validated the evil he has done by his short lived prison stay you should be forced to watch those sad PETA commercials with Willie Nelson singing "You're Always On My Mind" for a week straight.

To stand up for Plax and Vick on THESE boards is gutsy, i'll give you that.PETA kills more animals in a day than Michael Vick ever has, so this is a pretty stupid comment.

Do have stats on how many animals PETA kills a day, and where why and how this is done? Dog killers disgust me, and always will. Ron Mexico is a POS.


PETA euthanizes 85% of the shelter animals they take in.

Mohann
02-09-2012, 03:48 PM
This isn't like Steve Smith going to Philly, Smith had about the worst knee surgery procedure at the worst time (micro fracture in December), logical people predicted he would be a non factor.

Plax came from prison, no injuries but sure he'd have to re-acclimate himself to the pro game. He will be full speed and effective next year and I really don't want to face him in Philly.

Good point!

Plax might still have a few good years left in him.

Now the question is, should the Giants give Plax another chance?

Especially with the chance of Manningham leaving, the talent level of the other backup receivers, and Hixon's knee problems, the Giants should consider Plax.

Actually the question is will he work to be a part of the team? Will he show up to practice? He's a selfish player and we had enough of that with Tiki, Shockey, and Osi. I'd rather draft a rookie that Eli can make into the player he needs. Someone who doesn't think they know it all already and will work with Eli to improve.
And this is the concern with Plax. Personally, I don't think Plax Is in the right mental state if he thinks he can boss Eli or anyone on this roster around like he might of been able to in, say 2006-2008.

If he is on board with that, the team above the individual, and is willing to work, the prospects of him on offense is scary.

Do you think, with his ego, he'll be on board with that? I don't. I mostly ignored him and the rest of the Jets, but I can't believe he's changed. He's just a thug and that's all he'll ever be. He stiffed Feely on the deal to get his number. He stiffed a Rent a car company after trashing a rental car. Nothing he's said would make me think he's changed.

Mohann
02-09-2012, 03:49 PM
Lets back it down with prision jokes. The guys did their time so lets move on.

And if you're going to make a joke try to be at least remotely funny? Krunch that means you.

If you think Vick has validated the evil he has done by his short lived prison stay you should be forced to watch those sad PETA commercials with Willie Nelson singing "You're Always On My Mind" for a week straight.

To stand up for Plax and Vick on THESE boards is gutsy, i'll give you that.PETA kills more animals in a day than Michael Vick ever has, so this is a pretty stupid comment.

Do have stats on how many animals PETA kills a day, and where why and how this is done? Dog killers disgust me, and always will. Ron Mexico is a POS.


PETA euthanizes 85% of the shelter animals they take in.

Figures. Can't trust anyone.

gmentology
02-09-2012, 03:51 PM
Good point Mohann. But maybe prison time did change Plax for the better.
I haven't seen/read any documented reports that Plax was a problem
in the Jets practice/locker room.

Another good point. Yes, the Giants could address the problem (if Manningham leaves)
through the draft or even free agency.

It's going to be an interesting offseason.

FUUFNF
02-09-2012, 03:54 PM
Let's see how "badly" Plax wants to play for the Eagles once they can't pay him squat.

gmen0820
02-09-2012, 03:54 PM
This isn't like Steve Smith going to Philly, Smith had about the worst knee surgery procedure at the worst time (micro fracture in December), logical people predicted he would be a non factor.

Plax came from prison, no injuries but sure he'd have to re-acclimate himself to the pro game. He will be full speed and effective next year and I really don't want to face him in Philly.

Good point!

Plax might still have a few good years left in him.

Now the question is, should the Giants give Plax another chance?

Especially with the chance of Manningham leaving, the talent level of the other backup receivers, and Hixon's knee problems, the Giants should consider Plax.

Actually the question is will he work to be a part of the team? Will he show up to practice? He's a selfish player and we had enough of that with Tiki, Shockey, and Osi. I'd rather draft a rookie that Eli can make into the player he needs. Someone who doesn't think they know it all already and will work with Eli to improve.
And this is the concern with Plax. Personally, I don't think Plax Is in the right mental state if he thinks he can boss Eli or anyone on this roster around like he might of been able to in, say 2006-2008.

If he is on board with that, the team above the individual, and is willing to work, the prospects of him on offense is scary.

Do you think, with his ego, he'll be on board with that? I don't. I mostly ignored him and the rest of the Jets, but I can't believe he's changed. He's just a thug and that's all he'll ever be. He stiffed Feely on the deal to get his number. He stiffed a Rent a car company after trashing a rental car. Nothing he's said would make me think he's changed.
And that's fine. I'm not gonna sit here and preach "People can change" or "People deserve a second chance".

If you have me pegged as "that guy" you are off base. I'm not so sure he has changed, but I really don't give a **** what Plax does with his life, I just want in some way the Giants to benefit from his services, and if he goes to the Eagles, I think that hurts us, and if he comes here with the right mindset (again, not saying he has it or will) have it) then I like the idea of how dominant this passing attack can be.

TroyArcher
02-09-2012, 04:28 PM
Lets back it down with prision jokes. The guys did their time so lets move on. And if you're going to make a joke try to be at least remotely funny? Krunch that means you. If you think Vick has validated the evil he has done by his short lived prison stay you should be forced to watch those sad PETA commercials with Willie Nelson singing "You're Always On My Mind" for a week straight. To stand up for Plax and Vick on THESE boards is gutsy, i'll give you that.PETA kills more animals in a day than Michael Vick ever has, so this is a pretty stupid comment.</P>


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Pretty ignorant statement if you are serious. </P>

TroyArcher
02-09-2012, 04:36 PM
He is a shell of himself and not a big concern. Secondly, how can the Eagles afford to sign anyone after all the money they sepnt last year? </P>

Itlan
02-09-2012, 04:58 PM
Lets back it down with prision jokes. The guys did their time so lets move on. And if you're going to make a joke try to be at least remotely funny? Krunch that means you. If you think Vick has validated the evil he has done by his short lived prison stay you should be forced to watch those sad PETA commercials with Willie Nelson singing "You're Always On My Mind" for a week straight. To stand up for Plax and Vick on THESE boards is gutsy, i'll give you that.PETA kills more animals in a day than Michael Vick ever has, so this is a pretty stupid comment.</P>


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Pretty ignorant statement if you are serious.* </P>1. In 2009 PETA impounded 2,366 animals. Only 8 were adopted, the rest were killed.
2.In 2006 99% of all cats impounded by PETA were killed. In the same year PETA killed 96% of their impounded dogs.
3. From 2000-2009 PETA killed 21,537 animals, that is over 5 a day.
4.PETA kills any animal it deems ''unadoptable''
5. PETA's annual budget is 33 million dollars
6. PETA protests KFC, the beef industry, national cancer institution, Groundhog day, world of warcraft, P. diddy and NASA.
7.PETA has long standing ties to ''animal liberation front'' and ''earth liberation front'', both of these organizations are classified as serious domestic threats by the FBI.
8. PETA founder Ingred Newkirk admitted to killing thousands of animals in shelters during the 70's. She was sterlized at age 22 because she opposes giving birth.

Care to try again?

gmen0820
02-09-2012, 05:13 PM
He is a shell of himself and not a big concern.* Secondly, how can the Eagles afford to sign anyone after all the money they sepnt last year?* </P>Because they can get out of peoples contracts, namely Samuels, but the biggest thing is that people need to understand Plaxico will not get that much more then vets min.

Kase-1
02-09-2012, 05:23 PM
Plax is a clown and if goes to the iggles he'll NEVER be forgiven. He's the epitome of a mercenary

appletree943
02-09-2012, 05:24 PM
no thx u

i rather we go for one of the big fish wrs if we cant hold on to desean

Strahan4gov
02-09-2012, 05:26 PM
Lets back it down with prision jokes. The guys did their time so lets move on.

And if you're going to make a joke try to be at least remotely funny? Krunch that means you.

If you think Vick has validated the evil he has done by his short lived prison stay you should be forced to watch those sad PETA commercials with Willie Nelson singing "You're Always On My Mind" for a week straight.

To stand up for Plax and Vick on THESE boards is gutsy, i'll give you that.PETA kills more animals in a day than Michael Vick ever has, so this is a pretty stupid comment.

The fact that i said he should watch those commercials doesn't mean PETA is perfect, i was merely making the point of compassion. Also i'd LOVE to see some factual basis for that - since you wanna pick fights etc.

RoanokeFan
02-09-2012, 05:28 PM
Prior to the 2011 season, it was widely believed that the Eagles (http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/teams/page/PHI) would land Plaxico Burress (http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/players/playerpage/187385) in free agency. That's mainly because Philly housed the last convict-turned-NFL-player in Michael Vick (http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/players/playerpage/235253), whether that presumptive logic was right or wrong.

Plax, of course, ended up playing (http://eye-on-football.blogs.cbssports.com/mcc/blogs/entry/22475988/31010930) for the Jets (http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/teams/page/NYJ), and caught 45 passes for 612 yards and eight touchdowns. He'll be a free agent on March 13, though, and according to Howard Eskin of NBC 10 in Philadelphia, he "wants" to play for the Eagles this time around.

"Saw and talked to Plaxico Burress at Super Bowl and told me he wants to play for Eagles," Eskin tweeted on Wednesday (https://twitter.com/#%21/howardeskin/status/167302278422855681). "Badly!"

http://www.cbssports.com/mcc/blogs/entry/22475988/34770630</p>


Question is, are the Eagles dumb enough to put 2 convicts in the same locker room?</p>


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I think it is more that he wants to go to teams that ensure hewill play against the Giants. He must be harboring some real disdain for the Giants.</p>

He wants to go where he won't have to practice or attend meetings unless they are conveniently scheduled around his personal life.

Strahan4gov
02-09-2012, 05:28 PM
Lets back it down with prision jokes. The guys did their time so lets move on. And if you're going to make a joke try to be at least remotely funny? Krunch that means you. If you think Vick has validated the evil he has done by his short lived prison stay you should be forced to watch those sad PETA commercials with Willie Nelson singing "You're Always On My Mind" for a week straight. To stand up for Plax and Vick on THESE boards is gutsy, i'll give you that.PETA kills more animals in a day than Michael Vick ever has, so this is a pretty stupid comment.</P>


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Pretty ignorant statement if you are serious.* </P>1. In 2009 PETA impounded 2,366 animals. Only 8 were adopted, the rest were killed.
2.In 2006 99% of all cats impounded by PETA were killed. In the same year PETA killed 96% of their impounded dogs.
3. From 2000-2009 PETA killed 21,537 animals, that is over 5 a day.
4.PETA kills any animal it deems ''unadoptable''
5. PETA's annual budget is 33 million dollars
6. PETA protests KFC, the beef industry, national cancer institution, Groundhog day, world of warcraft, P. diddy and NASA.
7.PETA has long standing ties to ''animal liberation front'' and ''earth liberation front'', both of these organizations are classified as serious domestic threats by the FBI.
8. PETA founder Ingred Newkirk admitted to killing thousands of animals in shelters during the 70's. She was sterlized at age 22 because she opposes giving birth.

Care to try again?

LINK?

Strahan4gov
02-09-2012, 05:29 PM
Lets back it down with prision jokes. The guys did their time so lets move on.

And if you're going to make a joke try to be at least remotely funny? Krunch that means you.

If you think Vick has validated the evil he has done by his short lived prison stay you should be forced to watch those sad PETA commercials with Willie Nelson singing "You're Always On My Mind" for a week straight.

To stand up for Plax and Vick on THESE boards is gutsy, i'll give you that.

Or he's just a total tool.

I vote the latter.

fair enough!

NYG216
02-09-2012, 05:30 PM
I'm not sure if the eagles would make a move like this. They usually stay away from older players at the end of their careers.

Axels15
02-09-2012, 07:08 PM
Bring it on

jomo
02-09-2012, 07:11 PM
I think he is a perfect fit with the Eagles. They can use his veteran leadership, great locker room guy, mentor DeSean etc.[;)]

VBGiantsFan
02-09-2012, 07:18 PM
Honestly, the more guys they sign to take the ball out of McCoy's hand, the better!

Sign sign sign Eagles, and hand the ball off to one of the best players in the league less and less.

I love it!

Denaliman316
02-09-2012, 09:56 PM
The only way I see him going there is if Jackson is cut. As much as I hate to say it the Eagles should keep Jackson. Plax is older and not the same player he used to be. You can't buy Championships. They bought every defensive player they could and stole Smith for the sake of sticking it to us. They missed the playoffs with big free agent signings and we won the Superbowl shredding the Falcons, stomping The Packers, burying the 49ers, and beating the Patriots for the third straight road meeting.

If Plax goes there fine. We beat The Packers once technically twice this year, and we beat the Patriots twice. Two offensive juggernauts so I am not afraid of an Eagles squad with Plax, DJax, Maclin and Celek.

ELIteManning
02-09-2012, 10:02 PM
The only way I see him going there is if Jackson is cut. As much as I hate to say it the Eagles should keep Jackson. Plax is older and not the same player he used to be. You can't buy Championships. They bought every defensive player they could and stole Smith for the sake of sticking it to us. They missed the playoffs with big free agent signings and we won the Superbowl shredding the Falcons, stomping The Packers, burying the 49ers, and beating the Patriots for the third straight road meeting.

If Plax goes there fine. We beat The Packers once technically twice this year, and we beat the Patriots twice. Two offensive juggernauts so I am not afraid of an Eagles squad with Plax, DJax, Maclin and Celek.

They don't have to cut Desean Jackson...he is already a free agent.

bandwgn86
02-09-2012, 10:04 PM
just say no to plax

giantyankee1976
02-09-2012, 10:43 PM
LOL

Dream Teamers !!! Hooooooooooooo !


I think he is a perfect fit with the Eagles. They can
use his veteran leadership, great locker room guy, mentor DeSean
etc.[;)]



precisely

NYSPORTS
02-09-2012, 10:47 PM
"Inmates - the story of the 2012/13 Philly Eagles"

FBomb
02-09-2012, 11:40 PM
What a ****!!! Can somebody give him another gun?</P>

giantyankee1976
02-10-2012, 07:19 AM
What a ****!!! Can somebody give him another gun?</p>

on that team ??? [:O]

bLuereverie
02-10-2012, 07:37 AM
What a ****!!!* Can somebody give him another gun?</p>

on that team ???* [:O]


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nygsb42champs
02-10-2012, 07:55 AM
Let him go there. It seemed like he has nothing left in the tank and he would fit right in with them.

buffyblue
02-10-2012, 03:56 PM
You know what is funny is that Plexiglass got a chance to see how a “loose” lockerroom system is run with NY Jets and he obviously doesn’t like it.

I think Plex just wants off the NY Jets. Philadelphia Eagles is more than likely the best move for him without having to sell his house.

If Mario Manningham leaves I would take Plexiglass back.

SweetZombieJesus
02-10-2012, 04:04 PM
And I want Plax to play badly for the Eagles

n420p69
02-10-2012, 07:04 PM
Plax didn't look like he had much left but then again with a non-Eli like QB that might happen.

CDN_G-FAN
02-10-2012, 07:19 PM
What a ****!!!* Can somebody give him another gun?</P>

i was gonna say they need to put into his contract that he's not allowed to wear jogging pants......

giantyankee1976
02-10-2012, 07:36 PM
What a ****!!! Can somebody give him another gun?</p>

i was gonna say they need to put into his contract that he's not allowed to wear jogging pants......

LOL

poor guy, he Tiki'd himself