A bit of a shock came through Eagles news on Friday as the team and defensive line coach Phillip Daniels parted ways. Daniels has been a part of the staff since 2016 but moved to defensive line coach in 2019. He was the assistant defensive line coach under Chris Wilson for the three years prior. […]Read more "Potential candidates for the Eagles defensive line coach vacancy"
It was reported on Thursday that the Eagles are interested in Ravens quarterbacks coach James Urban for the vacant offensive coordinator position: As the #Eagles seek an offensive coordinator, one person I'm told they're interested in is #Ravens QB coach James Urban. He was in Philly for years under Andy Reid and has played a […]Read more "Is James Urban the right man to fill Eagles OC vacancy?"
On Tuesday, Paul Domowitch of the Philadelphia Inquirer reported that there are two big time names in the running to be the next Eagles wide receivers coach: Ex-NFL wideouts Hines Ward and Bobby Engram interested in Eagles’ wide receivers coaching job https://t.co/VYtz2w6cLE via @phillyinquirer — Paul Domowitch (@pdomo) January 14, 2020 Engram is currently the […]Read more "Who should the Eagles hire as their next WR Coach?"
on Monday morning, it was revealed that the Eagles have lost defensive backs coach Cory Undlin to the Lions, who will become Detroit’s new defensive coordinator. The Lions are hiring Eagles defensive backs coach Cory Undlin as their new defensive coordinator, per league source. Undlin and Lions head coach Matt Patricia both began their NFL […]Read more "Seven potential candidates to replace Cory Undlin as Eagles DB coach"
After the (expected) firing of offensive coordinator Mike Groh, many names were thrown around as potential replacements. However, all of that was pure speculation. Then Tim McManus of ESPN gave two concrete names: Two candidates I'm hearing for the Eagles offensive coordinator post are Jim Caldwell and former Washington OC Kevin O'Connell, per source. — […]Read more "Is Jim Caldwell the right choice for Eagles OC vacancy?"
Top five. That’s where many media outlets had the Eagles ranked in the league coming into 2019. The trades for DeSean Jackson and Jordan Howard made Eagles fans salivate over the potential of the offense. The signing of Malik Jackson gave us dreams of a front four so dominant that no offensive line would be […]Read more "Thank you to the 2019/20 Philadelphia Eagles"
It’s time. It’s finally here. The first playoff game for Carson Wentz. After a stellar four week stretch where Wentz played with the some guys the team found at Sheetz (better than WaWa don’t @ me), the fourth year quarterback is playing in the playoffs for the first time in his career. They face the […]Read more "Know your Eagles enemy: The Seattle Seahawks (part two)"
May 8th, 2002. That’s when 6’0″ (probably a little shorter) 76ers guard Allen Iverson made the now infamous quote. Fast forward 6,450 days and we’re still talking about practice with an under 6’0″ Philadelphia athlete, except in a different tone. Former practice squad player Boston Scott has been electric when given the chance this season. […]Read more "Miles Sanders isn’t the only Eagles RB making history this season"
Win and in. That’s all the Eagles need to do today. Win, and they play next week. After defeating the Cowboys 17-9, the Eagles are one win away from being division champions. It’s kind of hard to believe that they are in this position after the topsy turvy season they’ve had. From losing to the […]Read more "Game preview: Two Eagles are pushing to make history in week 17"
The Eagles have cemented themselves in the drivers seat of the NFC East race after the 17-9 win over the Cowboys on Sunday. They have set themselves up for a “win-and-in” game versus the Giants next week. But this idea seemed farfetched just three weeks ago after the Dolphins game. A 37-31 loss to the […]Read more "A red-hot Carson Wentz has kept Eagles playoff hopes alive"