NFC Notes: Eagles, Panthers, Packers, 49ers

After rounding up several AFC notes earlier today, let’s shift our focus to the NFC and check out the latest….

  • Eagles head coach Chip Kelly doesn’t expect his team to make any deals before today’s trade deadline, according to Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer (via Twitter). Asked specifically about defensive end Vinny Curry, Kelly said he hasn’t come up in trade discussions (Twitter link via Zach Berman of the Philadelphia Inquirer).
  • Another NFC contender, the Panthers, will likely stand pat as well, tweets Joseph Person of the Charlotte Observer. Carolina could use a wide receiver, but as Person points out, general managers typically don’t want to risk upsetting the chemistry of a 7-0 team.
  • Before the 49ers sent him to Denver, the Packers didn’t inquire on tight end Vernon Davis, says Rob Demovksy of (via Twitter). Green Bay has been searching for consistent production from the tight end position since Jermichael Finley‘s days with the team, but apparently didn’t have real interest in Davis.
  • Speaking of that Davis trade, Matt Maiocco of explains how the 49ers were able to trade the same seventh-round pick twice within two months.
  • Free agent running back Ben Tate, whose workout with the 49ers was scheduled before the team signed Shaun Draughn and Pierre Thomas, will still audition for San Francisco today, according to Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee (via Twitter). It seems unlikely that Tate would get an offer from the Niners at this point, but he could be added to the club’s emergency list for later in the season.
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  1. Dallas Robinson

    If I were the Packers, I wouldn’t have inquired on Davis, either. He looks done, and I’m not high on his chances with Denver. I’d much rather go with Richard Rodgers for the rest of the year.

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