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RASUL DOUGLAS

Regular season stats: 420 snaps, 22 tackles, 11 passes defensed, 2 interceptions

Review: The Eagles’ 2017 third-round pick was up and down in offseason practices. He had some real rough moments where he got thoroughly roasted by the likes of David Watford . As such, I had my doubts about his readiness to contribute immediately. So did the Eagles. Douglas was kept inactive in Week 1. He was only called up to the game day roster after Darby got hurt. Then he was forced into a starting role once Jaylen Watkins got banged up. Douglas had some nice moments as a starter. The Panthers game sticks out, although that’s the kind of matchup he should win. The 6-2, 209 pound Douglas is built to handle bigger receivers better than he is to handle speed guys. Remember that Douglas ran a 4.59 second 40-yard dash, which ranks in the 18th percentile. In other words: he’s not the fastest CB. Douglas did have moments where he got burned, such as in the Chargers game.

Outlook: Some have suggested a move to safety for Douglas. I think Mills is more likely to take that path, if any of the Eagles’ corners do. Douglas figures to be a good backup corner to have around. I don’t know if he’ll ever be a long-term starter here. It’s possible, but it really depends on what happens with Mills, Darby, and Jones. Maybe the Eagles trade Douglas to a corner-needy team in the future. Not this offseason, but maybe in a year or two. Maybe he sticks around and Darby is the one who leaves in free agency next offseason. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

SIDNEY JONES

Regular season stats: 29 snaps, 2 tackles

Review: The Eagles’ 2017 second-round pick spent the first 16 weeks of the 17-week regular season on the non-football injury list as he recovered from an Achilles injury suffered in March 2017. Jones practiced for three weeks leading up to his roster activation in time for Philadelphia’s Week 17 meaningless game against the Cowboys. He saw some limited playing time on defense and special teams in that affair. Jones was up and down in his NFL debut. He had good coverage on some plays and he got beat a few other times. It was obviously too small of a sample size to make any real conclusions.

Outlook: The Eagles are really high on the 21-year-old Jones. Howie Roseman literally said Jones (in addition to Derek Barnett ) was a top 10 player on their board in the 2017 NFL Draft. With that in mind, one would expect him to get playing time in 2018. The question is: where? Do the Eagles move Mills into the slot? Or into the Corey Graham role as the Eagles’ third safety? Do the Eagles just have Jones start his career as a nickel corner? We’ll get a better sense for what the Eagles plan to do once offseason practices begin. For now, Jones is a really intriguing piece to be adding to an Eagles defense that finished fifth overall in DVOA last season.

The survey found 42 per cent of the rough sleepers were on the public housing waiting list.

Mr Foley said the State Government was planning 6,000 new social housing units over the next five years.

"In the immediate term, what these figures show is that by intervening early by securing people in private rental and by making sure we have pathways that keep people out of homelessness we can start to make an impact," he said.

Kira Walker, 26, was one of those who slept out in Melbourne's CBD last night in freezing temperatures.

Photo: Kira Walker says she is mostly treated well, but sleeping on the street is uncomfortable. (ABC News: Stephanie Anderson)

"It's cold. The lights don't go out either so you're constantly under light, so it confuses you, gives you headache a lot. Never any quiet. Never any dark," she said.

Ms Walker said she came to Melbourne from Adelaide in January to escape violence.

She sleeps under security cameras on a number of blankets spread out on the paving next to a shop on Swanston Street.

"The community is actually really nice to me," she said.

"It's normally okay but people tell you to go get a job, things like that. Would you hire me?

"I don't like it when people speak down to me. I'm just like everyone else, I just don't have a house."

Rough sleepers counted in this year's survey were found camping along river banks, in parks and sleeping on the street.

Most of the homeless were male (78 per cent) and 79 per cent were born in Australia.

Photo: More young people and women are sleeping on the streets, the Government says. (ABC News: Stephanie Anderson)

Only 14 per cent had been transient for more than five years.

City of Melbourne acting Lord Mayor Arron Wood said homelessness the data would help authorities deal with the issue.

"This joint count means we now have a picture of homelessness across inner Melbourne like never before," Cr Wood said.

Why the rise in homelessness?

A local doctor helps investigate the visible increase of rough sleepers in Melbourne.

Opposition Leader Matthew Guy said more needed to be done to address the root cause of homelessness.

"Whether they are domestic violence, mental health and depression issues, we really need to get to the bottom of it," he said.

"It's something we don't have to accept as the norm for a big city. We should be combatting this and trying to do all we can to get people into emergency housing."

The street count is conducted every two years and has been running since 2008.

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