In a surprise move yesterday afternoon, the Philadelphia Eagles acquired former Jaguar Michael Walker and cut ties with WR Trevon Grimes, Khalil Tate and QB Jamie Newman. It is a head turning move on paper, but also a possible glance into what the WR room and offence as a whole will look like in 2021. […]Read more "What the Michael Walker signing means for the Eagles WR Room"
With much of the focus being on the new-look Eagles offense, Philadelphia quietly has some exciting football brewing on the other side of the ball. Jonathan Gannon‘s avante garde approach to defense has been writing on the wall for the NFL for years — moving towards a more positionless perspective of what defenses can deploy. […]Read more "Which Eagles will Benefit the most from Jonathan Gannon’s Defense?"
There’s a reason why Tarron Jackson is an outlier. Despite coming off a season where his Chanticleers finished 8-0 and first in the Sun Belt division, most overlooked number 9. Those that paid attention knew PFF’s 3rd best graded college football player in 2020 was bound for the NFL. After leading the entire draft class […]Read more "Tarron Jackson could be the Eagles’ biggest draft steal"
It’s an unfamiliar feeling in Philly this evening — a sigh of relief. After years of questionable or hopeful selections, the pit in the stomach of Eagles fans everywhere has lifted, at least for the time being. Sitting with the 12th overall pick in hand after trading down from 6th, Philadelphia traded back up to […]Read more "Trading up for DeVonta Smith helped Eagles win the first round of the Draft"
Last season, this article would have written itself. Eagles GM Howie Roseman came forward and bluntly stated that the plan for the 2020 draft was to get faster. While the rookies performed to mixed reviews, Howie accomplished what he set out to do. He drafted the most athletic draft class in the league, rife with […]Read more "Early signs point to the Eagles drafting a receiver in the first round"
The Eagles have concluded the search for their head coach of the future. Indianapolis Colts’ OC Nick Sirianni will make the trek over from the AFC to take the reigns of a disjointed Philly team. While nothing is for sure until the Birds take the field in September, the hire is being lauded by many. […]Read more "What will the Eagles offense look like under Nick Sirianni?"
After an all-around dismal year, the Eagles are left with a lot to sort out for 2021. Although hoopla is seeping into every aspect of Philadelphia football, there are many opportunities to turn this franchise around this offseason — none more important than the draft. The Eagles have the 6th overall pick and have faired […]Read more "Why the Eagles should draft a cornerback with sixth overall pick"
With the benching of Carson Wentz, anticipation for Eagles’ rookies is at an all-time high. Most of the focus is rightfully zeroed in on Jalen Hurts, Philadelphia’s controversial second-round pick. However, there is another rookie Jalen that also deserves some attention. – Jalen Reagor. The Eagles’ first-round pick has had a tumultuous season. Working through […]Read more "Can Jalen Hurts help Jalen Reagor finally get going?"
Eagles fans are no stranger to times of trials and tribulations. Over the last decade, they have been exposed to the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. Philadelphia fans are often lauded for their quick-to-judge, quicker-to-react, rough-and-tumble approach to their sports teams. The truth of the matter is, from head-scratching decisions to underrated […]Read more "Is there a light at the end of the tunnel for a struggling Eagles team?"
The Eagles’ week one loss to the Washington Football Team was deflating for all kinds of reasons. After darting to a 17-0 lead, the Birds collapsed, lead by a dreadful showing by the offensive unit. Individually there were some bright spots — Dallas Goedert’s career game, Jalen Reagor’s first game as an Eagle, and a […]Read more "Eagles need to promptly correct offensive coaching struggles"