Getting back to a .500 win percentage, the Philadelphia Soul returned back to the Wells Fargo Center in an attempt to secure another win on the 2019 season. The task at hand was the reigning and defending Arena Football League Arena Bowl champions, the Washington Valor. As I mentioned in the Philly Sports Network article […]Read more "Philadelphia Soul vs Washington Valor: Week 7 recap"
Bubbles. In the world of professional sports, that’s all it really comes down to. Not the kind that West Ham fans blow every Saturday, but instead pockets of opportunity. In the NBA, the three-point bubble that was inflated by the Warriors has now fundamentally changed the game. Kids no longer want to dunk and posterize, […]Read more "Are Eagles one step ahead of the NFL’s next offensive evolution?"
It’s been a big few days for Carson Wentz. The Philadelphia Eagles quarterback signed a four-year contract extension worth $128M, which will add on to his existing contract that has two-years remaining. Wentz met with the media on Monday evening to discuss the new deal, suited, booted, and ready to challenge for a Super Bowl. […]Read more "Carson Wentz knew he was ‘meant to play for the Eagles’ from the jump"
The Eagles open the gates to the NovaCare Complex once more when Mandatory Minicamp kicks off tomorrow and as always, there is plenty to watch out for. Here are five things to keep in mind when inhaling all of the sights and sounds from the offseason workouts over the next few days. The band is […]Read more "Five things to watch during Eagles Mandatory Minicamp"
In quite a surprising piece of news, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on Monday that Eagles Safety, Malcolm Jenkins, has actually reported for the team’s mandatory minicamp. It was assumed that Jenkins would skip the workouts in a ‘contract holdout’, ultimately losing $80,000 in doing so. Alas, the veteran safety will be working out with his […]Read more "Malcolm Jenkins set to attend mandatory minicamp, but a new contract should still be Eagles’ priority"
From an outcast to a possible diamond in the rough. The story of Jordan Howard’s odd fall from grace is an interesting one. Howard was a 5th round pick of the Chicago Bears back in 2016, the same draft that included players like Carson Wentz, Jared Goff, Ezekiel Elliot and so on. Howard hit the […]Read more "An underdog once more, Jordan Howard is a perfect fit for the Eagles"
What seemed like an inevitability, became a reality on Friday evening. Former Eagles Vice President of player personnel Joe Douglas climbed the next rung on the front office ladder, reaching the very top and becoming a General Manager. He signed a six-year contract with the New York Jets, leaving the Eagles with a sizeable hole […]Read more "Do the Eagles already have a replacement for Joe Douglas waiting in the wings?"
We’re so close to the start of the NFL season! Next week starts mandatory minicamp for the Eagles (June 11th) and all of your favorite players will be in uniform getting ready for the 2019 season. It’s been eight years since the infamous “Dream Team” comment by Vince Young. That year the Eagles brought in […]Read more "Do the Eagles actually have a weakness? 2019 Positional breakdown"
After a week of rumors and speculation, it appears as though the inevitable is upon us According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, Eagles VP of player personnel, Joe Douglas, will become the next New York Jets general manager. Douglas spent fifteen years with the Baltimore Ravens, first as an area scout where his work influenced the […]Read more "All you need to know: Joe Douglas leaves Eagles to become New York Jets GM"
With each day that passes, a Joe Douglas departure seems more imminent. While it was reported that Douglas and the Jets were only apart on ‘money’ after a second interview, there were a couple of reports that claimed the Jets had bumped their offer in response. To make things even more complicated, there’s now another […]Read more "Chances of Eagles retaining Joe Douglas seem to be diminishing"