Interchangeable pieces for Eagles, Pats
Eric Allen takes a look at the defensive players who've been moved around for the Eagles and Patriots this season.
Updated: February 3, 2005, 10:56 AM ETBy Eric Allen | ESPN Insider
Editor's note: Resident defensive whiz Eric Allen takes a look at the defensive players who are moved around the most by the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles.
Jevon Kearse: People talk about all the free-agent additions, but I think he's been overlooked. He's an overall dominant football player who can dictate to a lineman what technique to use. There are special drills during the week focused primarily on guys like him because of his extraordinary abilities. He's had a standout year as he's avoided injuries this season. He has the versatility to play right and left defensive end and the Eagles used his athleticism to spy on Michael Vick in the NFC championship game.
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