The Eagles have been doing all they can to lift them selves out of the red when it comes to the salary cap. From the acquirement of Michael Bennett (and likely parting of ways with Vinny Curry), to trading Torrey Smith, the team have to get back down to the full $177M cap limit by […]Read more "Report: Lane Johnson takes a pay cut to help Eagles out of salary cap woes"
The Philadelphia Eagles have broken the drought. As the first number one seed to be underdogs throughout the playoffs, the Eagles used the disrespect to their advantage and culminated the 2017 season with a shootout victory over Tom Brady and the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII. While the team has been an underdog […]Read more "Profiling the underdogs behind Eagles miraculous Super Bowl run: Offensive line"
Nick Foles played lights out in Super Bowl 52. The biggest game of his career was also his most impressive, with the six-year veteran carving up the Patriots defense, throwing for 373 yards, 3 touchdowns and a pick. But while Nick Foles stole the show and went toe-to-toe with the greatest to ever do it, there’s […]Read more "Nick Foles may have been the Super Bowl MVP, but there’s one group of Eagles players who deserve a special mention"
It may be six days away, but the value of a long week is already paying dividends. The Eagles held their first 10/10/10 practice of the week today and both Wendell Smallwood and Lane Johnson returned to action. While the team won’t release an official injury report until Thursday due to the nature of the […]Read more "Wendell Smallwood and Lane Johnson return to practice as Eagles gear up for Monday Night"
The Eagles have released their final injury report of the week ahead of tomorrow’s clash against the Carolina Panthers. Here is everything you need to know.. Out Wednesday CB Ronald Darby (ankle), T Lane Johnson (concussion) Questionable Wednesday DT Beau Allen (foot), DT Fletcher Cox (calf), DE Chris Long (foot), RB Wendell Smallwood (knee), DT […]Read more "Eagles injury report: Johnson out, Smallwood and Cox officially questionable for TNF"
The Eagles are playing against the Panthers in this week’s Thursday Night Football game, which means the team don’t have a lot of time to work with. For Lane Johnson, that means he will be sidelined for the meeting of two NFC Giants. The Eagles right tackle exited Sunday’s game with a head injury that […]Read more "Halapoulivaati Vaitai will start at right tackle for Eagles in TNF clash with Panthers"
This offseason was pivotal for the Philadelphia Eagles. An infusion of talent on Offense was supported by a Draft that strengthened the core positions defensively. One constant between last year and this year however, was the offensive line. With Lane Johnson returning, expectations were high were for a unit that poses two of the finest […]Read more "Eagles Offensive Line continues to grow into one of NFL’s most dominant units"
After their week three win, Philadelphia is now 2-1, and the Giants fall to 0-3 thanks to a historic 61-yard, Jake Elliott field goal. While the Eagles’ young kicker has gotten most of the attention and praise after the win, and deservedly so, let’s take a look at some of the other key Eagles from […]Read more "Eagle eye analytics: Who were the top 5 graded Eagles in week three?"
We’re officially just one day away from Philadelphia Eagles football. The team are traveling to Washington with a clean bill of health and hopes of making this season one to remember. The Eagles have lost five consecutive games to their divisional opponents, but a high-octane offense may be the key to turning the tide. Here […]Read more "Five things to watch when Eagles Offense takes the field in season opener"
Well this is going to be fun. By now, many of us have read Lane Johnson’s personal message to Eagles fans in an article written by the Right Tackle for The Players’ Tribune. Passion, guts, determination and an underdog mentality are all present in the franchise tackle’s mindset as he opens up on Carson Wentz, […]Read more "Redskins linebacker takes a shot at Lane Johnson in response to “Players’ Tribune” prediction"