It’s no little known fact that the Eagles are in the market for some wide receiver help this offseason. With a free agency class littered with star talent and potential, the dots that are being connected are obvious. As March 9th draws nearer, the rumors and speculation are ripe. It’s almost difficult to find a […]Read more "Report: Alshon Jeffery may not be the receiver at the top of Eagles free agency shopping list"
With March 1st fast approaching, it has now officially become silly season in the NHL. The Flyers are expected to be reasonably active in the run up to the trade deadline..but a move that has been pondered by some could be a decision that would pull the plug on the remainder of the season..trading Claude […]Read more "Trading Claude Giroux is not the answer to the Flyers problems"
Hicks came out of Texas as an injury-ridden, overlooked third rounder. Many criticized the pick as Hicks had trouble putting together a fully healthy season during his collegiate career. Hicks silenced all those critics as he dominated as a rookie before sustaining a season-ending shoulder injury and proving it wasn’t just beginner’s luck in 2016. As […]Read more "Eagles ultimate offseason priority list: Linebacker"
IT’S HAPPENING. The Sixers have long been in a logjam at center but with all the commotion surrounding the future of Jahlil Okafor, many seemed to forget about the possibility of moving on from former Kentucky Center, Nerlens Noel. According to Adrian Wojnoarowski, the Sixers are trading away the big man to Dallas, in exchange for […]Read more "Sixers decision to trade Nerlens Noel may seem questionable, but was absolutely the right call"
According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, veteran left tackle Jason Peters will be suiting up in midnight green for one more season. There was some speculation otherwise, but LT Jason Peters, set to make $9.95M base salary, will be back with #Eagles in ’17. Not a surprise. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) February 23, 2017 The Eagles are […]Read more "Report: Jason Peters eludes pay cut and is set to remain with Eagles in 2017"
The final part in our top 20 Eagles ranking examines the five most impactful players of the 2016 season. It was a huge year for Doug Pederson’s team from both a developmental standpoint and a glimpse of what the future holds. If there’s one thing that we can say with certainty, it’s that the Eagles […]Read more "Ranking the top 20 most impressive Eagles of 2016: The Top 5"
The Philadelphia Flyers came into the game against the Washington Capitals on a high, after beating the Vancouver Canucks 3-2 on Sunday night. They were looking to avenge a 5-0 loss to the Capitals back on January 15, 2017. The Flyers are coming off a 1-2 road trip, and they are trying to decide if […]Read more "The Flyers have the will, but Holtby has the answers in 4-1 loss to Caps"
One of the strongest position groups on the Eagles is the defensive line. Headlining the group is the Eagles’ $102 million man, Fletcher Cox. Cox signed a six-year contract extension in June, locking him up through 2022. Cox followed his second-team All-Pro and payday season with a season many deemed underwhelming. The 26-year-old finished the […]Read more "Eagles ultimate offseason priority list: Defensive Line"
The Philadelphia Flyers ended their disappointing road trip through Western Canada with a record of 1-2-0, after salvaging two points by winning in Vancouver on Sunday night. It’s time to take a look inside the numbers after a rough week. 4: The number of Flyers players who are at -20 or worse. Shayne Gostisbehere is at […]Read more "By The Numbers: Recapping the Flyers last three games"
They say that there’s no such thing as an offseason for professional athletes. For the Eagles, it’s just a fact. Whether it’s seeing Carson Wentz working out with NFL Draft prospects and Nelson Agholor, or last year’s relentless work-ethic of Jordan Matthews, fans have grown excited to see how their favorite players approach the offseason. It […]Read more "WATCH: Eagles WR Rasheed Bailey is already putting in work to kickstart the offseason"