Howie Roseman still 'sick' over Clowney hit

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Angelo Cataldi finally got the closure he wanted on the vicious hit Jadeveon Clowney put on Carson Wentz in the Eagles' Wildcard playoff game, knocking the Philadelphia QB out of the game. Clowney did not get fined for the hit. 

"Angelo I saw that one episode of All Or Nothing and I think it's clear that I watch the games very similar to our fan base, because I can't control anything," Eagles executive vice president and general manager Howie Roseman said on Wednesday's 94WIP Morning Show. "I'm up there and I turn into the most passionate Eagles fan there possibly can be. I don't want to compete, there's a lot of them. I'm in that group. 

"We thought that was a foul. We're sick to our stomach about the way the season ended for our team, for Carson in particular, but we're not in a position to lose draft picks dude. I can't do that. I can't do that. So you're gonna get me in a situation where I'm gonna say something and I'm gonna lose draft picks, we're gonna lose draft picks, we're gonna get fined. I can't do that. That doesn't make sense either because it doesn't put us back in time. I don't have like back to the future time machine that I can go back and change it. 

"I'm sick about it. (Head coach) Doug (Pederson) is sick about it. (Owner) Jeffrey (Lurie) is sick about. Our whole organization is sick about. We're there, we have a home playoff game, eight plays in. Come on, you know that. There's no disconnect. We're sick about it. It should have been a foul."

Cataldi thanked Roseman for his reponse. 

"To me, that brought the closure I needed," Cataldi said. 

"I have a knot in my stomach talking about it," said Roseman. "You're killing my morning."

Roseman also discussed the team's offseason plans, saying after offensive line their next priority is getting Wentz the weapons he needs. 

You can listen to the full interview below.