It’s been a rollercoaster week for the Philadelphia Eagles. After winning Super Bowl 52 in incredible fashion, the team lost two of the most important names on their coaching staff. Frank Reich and John DeFilippo, who had a huge impact on the growth of Carson Wentz since his drafting in 2016, were poached by Minnesota […]Read more "From in-house promotions to underdogs: Your complete guide to Eagles coaching candidates"
In what was an expected move, the Indianapolis Colts have appointed Frank Reich as their next Head Coach. For the Eagles, this means that two of the three key cogs in the development of Carson Wentz have been poached within the last seven days. What will the team do now? That’s where the fun begins. […]Read more "Instant analysis: What the departure of Frank Reich means for the Eagles moving forward"
According to a report from ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Super Bowl drain could well be underway for the Eagles. Just days after losing John DeFilippo to the Vikings, the team could be set to lose offensive coordinator Frank Reich to the Colts. So the Eagles now could wind up losing OC Frank Reich to go […]Read more "Report: Eagles OC Frank Reich is favorite to become new Colts Head Coach"
It was always bound to happen. Just days after the Super Bowl, teams with holes in their coaching tree are turning to the World Champions for help. The Eagles have built one of the league’s most enviable coaching staffs in the NFL. With 30+ years quarterbacking experience, Philadelphia created the perfect nurturing environment for Carson […]Read more "With all eyes on the Eagles coaching staff, how will Philly handle potential poaches?"
The Indianapolis Colts appear to be in a spot of bother. After Josh McDaniels decided to run for the hills after agreeing to terms for the vacant Head Coach role, the team are in disarray and have to hit reset on the coaching search. One name who was always bound to come up is Frank […]Read more "Report: Eagles OC Frank Reich is a candidate for Indianapolis Colts HC Vacancy"
The humility of Carson Wentz has been spoken about since the moment he was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles. His ‘first in, last-out’ mentality is balanced with a kindness and sense of calmness that is very rare to find in a league driven by ego and the thrill of competition. Those qualities would have undoubtedly […]Read more "Eagles soar into the Super Bowl without Carson Wentz, but he is still the wind beneath their wings"
It hasn’t taken long for the Eagles to begin the medical process in helping Carson Wentz back to full health. Just days after tearing his ACL against the Rams, Wentz has already undergone surgery according to Chris Mortensen. Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz underwent surgery to repair his ACL this morning by Dr. James Bradley, an […]Read more "Report: Eagles QB Carson Wentz undergoes surgery to repair his torn ACL just days after injury"
It’s safe to say that there is a sense of unrest in the City of Brotherly Love. The Eagles have deservedly clinched the NFC East and a playoff berth, but they now embark on the next stage of their journey without the man who pushed them down that path to begin with. Carson Wentz tore […]Read more "Eagles QB Nick Foles has a tall Mountain to climb but will be guided by a man who has already reached the top"
2014. It feels like an eternity ago, but in reality it was only a few season’s ago that the Chip Kelly era was filled with excitement and potential. But buried in the remnants of that era is one former undrafted tight end; Trey Burton. Since signing with the Eagles and working his way up through […]Read more "Could the Eagles keep four tight ends on the roster? It makes more sense than you think"
The Eagles Offense has seen a complete overhaul this offseason. From the additions of Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith, to the drafting of Donnel Pumphrey, an abundance of new faces look set to do more than turn heads in 2017. Perhaps the most intriguing aspect of all is the Eagles backfield and just how the […]Read more "Eagles coaching staff are eager to “mix ingredients” of new-look backfield"