Michael Vick Doesn’t Know Who the Eagles Just Signed

Not more than a few minutes after Howard Eskin’s autocorrect had the Eagles signing Isaac Spooky (Sopoaga), Eskin tweeted the Eagles' next signing, cornerback Bradley Fletcher. Michael Vick was… well, he doesn’t know who that is: 

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Screen grab via (@JCal_88)

Vick quickly deleted the Tweet.

In total, the Eagles have filled a bunch of needs thus far:

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H/T to (@stein411

20 Comments

  1. Grilled Cheesus

    March 12, 2013 at 8:59 pm

    Guy is an idiot.

  2. That’s your QB eagles fans, dumb as a fucking stump

  3. You realize with last months signing of Ed Wang coupled with today’s signing of Patrick Chung, the Eagles just added Wang – Chung to the roster. Now everyone can have fun tonight!

  4. Is Chung a gook?

  5. No, Chung is a human being who plays safety.

  6. Like any of you knew who he was either.

  7. Chung will be nipped next Mach because he sucks so bad

  8. There is the possibilty that the “who” is in reference to the source that eskin is talking about.

  9. per nfl.com: “A physical press corner, Fletcher somehow landed in the St. Louis Rams’ coaching staff’s doghouse last season while Pro Football Focus credits him with 0.52 yards per snap in coverage, the lowest rate of any cornerback in the NFL. Chung is another talented defender who’s coming off a disappointing season in which he fell out of favor with his coaches. He’s reunited with head coach Chip Kelly, who was offensive coordinator at Oregon during Chung’s final two seasons in Eugene. He immediately becomes the best safety on the Eagles’ roster.” Sopoaga signed 3 yrs, 12 million which allows eagles to focus on best available in draft instead of top nose tackle. Again per nfl.com, “It’s interesting that the Eagles announced Casey as a tight end, since he was underutilized as a fullback in Houston. His price tag of $14.5 million over three years is proof that Kelly values him as a versatile weapon in the passing game. Casey had generated a ton of interest around the league, with at least 14 teams ringing his agent’s phone.” I like the signings. All of you old heads need to be funnier when it comes to racism- you just sound stupid.

  10. I don’t know, but Fischer Jeff called him Fletcher Bradley…

  11. ThePhillyFlash

    March 13, 2013 at 6:57 am

    Hardly household names or superstars, but after the “Dream Team” debacle of two years ago, I guess the Birds are going the “Once bitten, twice shy” route. However, I like Chung, Casey might wind up replacing Brent Celek and Sopoaga could well be the nose tackle the Birds need since they’re talking about going to a 3-4 defense.

  12. Eagles are playing for Johnny Football

  13. Candy of the Oak

    March 13, 2013 at 7:51 am

    So they signed a couple of fishhead slants? What, does the rest of the team need algebra lessons or sushi? All those chinks are good for anyway…That and building my iPhone for no pay, fuckin squinty gook fuckers.

  14. Good signings, especially Sopoaga. Smart moves. Save that cap space. Still need another CB and possibly some O-line but this is a good start.

  15. Candy, you aren’t funny. Just shut up already. If Kyle had any integrity, he’d find that dude’s IP address and block him from posting his racist nonsense on here in a pathetic attempt for attention.

  16. Who’s going to throw the ball to Casey? Eagles better answer that question before wasting money on any other offensive players.

  17. Well, they need defensive help, and they signed FA’s on a 4:1 D-to-O ratio. That’s a good sign. Let’s see how they draft now.

  18. Eskin had the name wrong… thats why he said who. dummies

  19. Candy from the oak way to represent montco… Delco RULES!

  20. Too late to get rid of Vick?

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