Despite the way the season has gone for the Eagles, one player has found himself being the positive footnote for the team. Since 2015 when the Evil Emperor himself, Chip Kelly, traded LeSean McCoy for the belly shirt-wearing, Kiko Alonso, the Eagles have lacked a true franchise running back. They tried to fill the void […]Read more "Miles Sanders has become the Eagles’ offensive silver lining"
The Eagles have released their first injury report ahead of Monday night’s game against the New York Giants. The good news is, big-time players like Zach Ertz are no longer on the injury report. The bad news is, other big-time players are. Starting running back Jordan Howard has still not been cleared for contact and […]Read more "Injury report: Eagles take one step forward, two steps back"
To say the Eagles’ 2019 season has been disappointing would be a dramatic understatement. Speculation over potential personnel changes is already ramping up and we still have a quarter of the season remaining. But there has also been a lot of criticism faced by the coaching staff, and when asked about accountability for his group […]Read more "Eagles could be set for a total positional coach overhaul this offseason"
After two consecutive down years, the Eagles find themselves in a place they never expected to be in. The word rebuilding is too strong to describe the current situation for the birds. Retool? Maybe. One thing is for sure, the organization can’t afford to “run it back” with the same team or a lesser team […]Read more "Despite a dismal 2019, the future is still bright for the Eagles"
A day or so before releasing Mack Hollins, the Eagles worked out a name that will be familiar to many. That man has now been signed to the practice squad ahead of Monday night’s clash with the G-Men. Former CFL standout Marken Michel is the player in question. Best known for his 75-yard touchdown against […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles sign a familiar face to the practice squad"
Releasing Mack Hollins might end up being the Eagles’ most applauded decision of 2019. The former fourth-round pick was worryingly unproductive this season, in a year where the Eagles desperately needed to step up in wake of an injury crisis. But with a quarter of the season remaining, the Eagles only have four wide receivers. […]Read more "Do the Eagles need to find a replacement for Mack Hollins?"
Not much has gone right this year for the 2-10 New York Giants, and that doesn’t look like it will change anytime soon. Head Coach Pat Shurmur told reporters today that Jones has a “moderate” high ankle sprain and it’s ‘very likely’ that he’ll miss Monday Night’s showdown with the Eagles. While he won’t need […]Read more "Eagles likely to face Eli Manning in MNF clash with Giants"
According to Jimmy Kempski, the Philadelphia Eagles are releasing WR Mack Hollins, and promoting OG Sua Opeta from the practice squad. This move probably fits the ‘too little, too late’ mold. Hollins was a fourth-round pick in 2017 and actually flashed a relatively high upside. The UNC product caught 16 passes on 22 targets for […]Read more "Report: Eagles release former fourth-round pick Mack Hollins"
We’re now three quarters into the 2019/20 NFL season and it hasn’t exactly gone as Eagles fans had hoped. Sitting at 5-7, there are four ‘relatively easy’ easy games remaining, with playoff hopes and divisional bragging rights up for grabs. But how have the Eagles performed over their last four games? It’s time to get […]Read more "The beginning of a steep decline: Eagles quarterly report card"
ESPN NFL reporter Chris Mortensen was on SportsCenter Monday morning and had the following quote about the Eagles’ coaching staff: Barring a run in the playoffs, I would say there’s going to be some significant changes on the Philadelphia staff. Mortensen went on to say that he has not spoken directly to owner Jeff Lurie, […]Read more "Three potential candidates for a future offensive coordinator role with the Eagles"