Matt Barrows writes for the Sacramento Bee and says so.
— Matt Barrows (@mattbarrows) March 10, 2013
RJF would replace DRC as a defensive player with 3 initials. He would also be helpful on the field. RJF can play DE, DT, or NT. He started 3 games in 2012. 2 of them were at DT, one at NT. While he’s only got 5 career starts, RJF has played in 48 straight games is a valuable member of the DL rotation.
The Eagles could see him as a NT or DE. Right now we’re all playing the guessing game with what the Eagles want to do on defense. RJF lists at 6-3, 295, but those were his dimensions coming out of LSU. I’m betting he’s added 5 to 10 pounds in his 4 NFL seasons. With that size he could fit in at NT or DE. And that versatility may be part of what attracts the Eagles to him.