Winston Craig (San Antonio Commanders)
To say Craig’s been in and out of the Eagles’ wheelhouse is putting things mildly. He’s been signed five times and released five times. During all of that, he wasn’t a part of the team when they won the first Super Bowl in franchise history (bummer), but he has the tools to be a very good defensive tackle.
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We’ll see how things work out in San Antonio.
Danny Ezechukwu (San Antonio Commanders)
Joining Craig and Ward in San Antonio is another former Eagles prospect, Danny Ezechukwu. Keeping this guy off of ball carriers in the AAF will be as difficult as it is to pronounce his name (if you haven’t ever heard it).
De’Vante Bausby (San Antonio Commanders)
De’Vante Bausby shined when he was given an opportunity to play in 2018, but with the emergence of so many good young players in the secondary, Bausby became a victim of the numbers game. That shouldn’t be a problem with the AAF’s San Antonio Commanders.
By the way, if Bausby, Ezechukwu, and Craig all work out, how good could that defense be in San Antonio?
We’ll have to wait and see what happens.