Nothing really startling but it's worth a mention in light of Moulds going to Houston.
http://www.philly.com/mld/philly/sports/14218010.htm(free, but registration required)Q: How would you categorize your wide receiver situation without T.O.?
A: I've never really said who's the No. 1 or who's the No. 2. I've always just said spread the ball around. That makes it tough on the defense. As long as you have guys who can run routes and catch the football, we're OK. You balance it out with the run game and go play.
It has a chance to be a strong corps. We added Jabar Gaffney, who has a chance to be a good player in this offense. Todd Pinkston's coming back and he's a good football player. You add Greg Lewis in there, and Reggie Brown and it's a pretty decent group.
Q: What's the team's interest in Buffalo's Eric Moulds?
A: We've looked at him. We're kind of going through that evaluation process right now.
Q: Do you need a star receiver to win?
A: I don't think you have to have the superstar. They don't have to be great players. They can be good players and do the things that are asked from them in the offense.
Q: Do you think Reggie Brown can be your top receiver?
A: He did a nice job for us. He runs great routes. After a bit there, we just put him at one spot and let him concentrate on that. He improved throughout the season. He's tough, he's fast and he's quick. He has to continue to catch Donovan [McNabb]'s football a lot this off-season.
Q: What did you like about Gaffney?
A: One thing that jumps out at you when you look at his tapes is he doesn't drop the ball. Great hands and runs very good routes. In this offense, those things go a long way. He has a good feel for the safety. We're going to use him a lot as the inside [slot] receiver in three-receiver sets. He wasn't afraid to cross the middle with linebackers and safeties.