The major waves of free agency have come and gone and it is time to let the dust settle before the draft. The Eagles were active players on the market and have a sizable list of both comings and goings to dissect. Overall, Philadelphia fans have a lot to be excited about, but there was […]Read more "Eagles’ Free Agency: Weighing the Pros and Cons"
Is Howie Roseman truly convinced the Eagles receiving corps is that good? The team’s top two receivers (DeSean Jackson and Alshon Jeffery) combined for four touchdowns and 203 receiving yards in week one of 2019, but unfortunately, that would be the last time we saw both veterans play together all season. Alshon was in and […]Read more "Dissecting Howie Roseman’s comments about Alshon Jeffery"
The Eagles have enjoyed a fruitful start to the 2020 offseason. From Darius Slay and Javon Hargrave, to Will Parks and Jatavis Brown, Howie Roseman wasted little time in rolling up his sleeves and bettering the roster. Well, at least defensively. The big question mark hovering over this team heading into free agency was how […]Read more "Maybe the Eagles have a plan for Alshon Jeffery after all"
As the offseason rumbles on and Howie Roseman continues to make moves, there’s one that has seemed inevitable from the off – parting ways with Alshon Jeffery. Of course, this was always going to be problematic. At 30-years-old, Jeffery carries a whopping $26M dead cap penalty if he’s cut, or a $15.9M hit if traded. […]Read more "What exactly do the Eagles plan to do with Alshon Jeffery?"
Arguably no wide receiver in the 2020 NFL Draft class has seen their stock rise more than Baylor’s Denzel Mims. Since performing in the 2020 Senior Bowl, Mims impressed NFL teams by showing his natural ability to be a real weapon for an offense while running a full route tree, and regularly creating separation with […]Read more "Should the Eagles consider taking Denzel Mims with the 21st overall pick?"
Another day, another wideout linked to the Eagles. After a season of lackluster wide receiver play in Philly, the Birds have been linked to virtually every pass-catcher this offseason as the franchise aims to fortify their weakest unit. Today, I offer another alternative in the form of 49ers wideout Marquise Goodwin. Known best for his […]Read more "Should the Eagles kick the tires on WR Marquise Goodwin?"
Time for another edition of the Eagles weekly mailbag! Great questions to get to today so let’s get down to it! Do you believe the Eagles chasing Byron Jones in free agency is their best choice, or do you believe there is a cheaper option they should look into? Yes and yes. When was the […]Read more "Eagles weekly mailbag: it’s DillyDillardSZN"
The Philadelphia Eagles face the task of rebuilding the team’s wide receiver corps heading into the 2020 offseason. The goal for Howie Roseman and company will be replacing the likes of Nelson Agholor and, most likely, Alshon Jeffery. Philadelphia’s primary objective in entering free agency appears to be the cornerback position, as many reports have […]Read more "Is Breshad Perriman the perfect free-agent target at WR for the Eagles?"
We’re still close to a month away from free agency but the fate of Alshon Jeffery already seems to be sealed. Numerous reports citing the Eagles’ intent to move on from the wide receiver have surfaced since the beginning of the offseason and they’re only multiplying as the weeks go by. Alshon Jeffery has paved […]Read more "What really happened between Alshon Jeffery and the Eagles?"
This offseason promises to be a rollercoaster like no other. With a flurry of free agency decisions and salivating draft class ahead, it’s easy to forget about the possibility of trades. The Eagles are likely going to be buyers if it comes to trading this offseason, but who on their roster could be used to […]Read more "Who are the Eagles’ most viable trade assets this offseason?"