Trent Cole may have more sacks as an Eagle, but Clyde Simmons was far more destructive. Sure, he played opposite Reggie White, which had a little to do with his numbers, but Simmons still finished his Eagle career with 76 sacks. That includes the 1992 season where he led the entire NFL with 19 sacks. He remained a destructive force when White left the Eagles to join the Green Bay Packers.
Simmons also was voted an All-Pro twice and completed one of the more unsung ‘Miracles at the Meadowlands’ when he picked up a blocked field goal and ran it in for the winning touchdown against the New York Giants in 1988.
Simmons, White, and Brown are reunited on the greatest Eagles team ever assembled, and when you throw Cox into the mix, it makes you wonder. Can any offensive line be assembled that could block these guys? It would be interesting to see the names on that list.