Here’s what the Daily News columnist wrote:

Reports on Wednesday that the Eagles agreed to terms with big, physical, free-agent receiver Kenny Britt were premature. The Browns reportedly claimed Britt on Thursday for 4 years and (gasp) $32.5 million, more than half of that guaranteed.

Instead, they snagged Torrey Smith [above], 28, who reportedly agreed to 3 years and $15 million. Smith flopped as a $40 million free agent in San Francisco the past two seasons. Of course, it was San Francisco, lately the Cleveland of the West.

And then . . . Jeffery? Well, sure, if you have everything to lose.

General manager Howie Roseman and coach Doug Pederson, each facing a make-or-break season, reportedly spent $14 million to rent Jeffery. Roseman criticized himself in January for using “Band-Aids” to remedy serious personnel problems.

This is building with Band-Aids:

http://www.philly.com/philly/sports/eagles/20170310_Hayes__Eagles_opt_for_Band-Aids_in_Jeffery___Smith.html