Eagles Shopping Offensive Tackle Winston Justice

The Philadelphia Daily News is reporting that the Eagles are shopping offensive tackle Winston Justice. He hasn’t been all that good as an Eagle, and the fact that he’s on the table is not all that much of a surprise. Here’s the story:

The Eagles are shopping offensive tackle Winston Justice, a league source told the Daily News last night. This isn’t a big surprise, considering that Justice has been a huge disappointment who has played in just 12 games since arriving as a second-round draft choice in 2006. And considering that he is best known for his disastrous first career start, at the Giants on Sept. 30, 2007, a game in which the Eagles set a record by giving up a dozen sacks. But the seeking of a Justice trade is one more indication that the former USC star, moved from left to right tackle last year, does not figure in the Eagles’ plans, as they piece together their offensive line with both incumbent starting tackles, Tra Thomas and Jon Runyan, scheduled to become free agents Feb. 27.

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One Response to “Eagles Shopping Offensive Tackle Winston Justice”

  1. hewhohatesme says:

    Your talking about something that happen almost two years ago. I think a trade will be good for him, but I don’t think the eagles really truly gave this guy a chance.

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