When you look at the Philadelphia Eagles roster, it is easy to see how stacked they are on the defensive line. After the birds lost DT Bennie Logan to this years “Who wants to be a Millionaire?” Free agency period (Kansas City Chiefs), the Eagles simply needed to add an infusion of talent to compliment […]Read more "Eagles DT Destiny Vaeao ready to build on rookie year: “I know we have the players here to succeed”"
The Eagles have officially announced the signing of veteran defensive lineman Chris Long to a 2-year deal. The 32-year old Super Bowl winner was drafted by the Rams with the second overall pick in 2008, spending eight years in St Louis, before heading to New England and earning himself a ring. So, what does this signing mean for […]Read more "Instant analysis: Five takeaways from Eagles signing of veteran DE Chris Long"
At the start of free agency, there was a real fear the Eagles might be losing DT Bennie Logan. Those fears have been realized with Bennie now in Kansas City. The birds’ are blessed with the young talents of Flecther Cox, Beau Allen, and Destiny Vaeao, but despite these talents, the loss of Logan, add another […]Read more "Eagles Draft: Small School Sleeper profile: DT Denzel Whitfield"
Free agency continues to provide us with a whirlwind of headlines, and even though the Eagles have made their blockbuster moves for this year (or so we think), it hasn’t stopped them from giving us yet more thrills on the offseason rollercoaster. In case you’ve missed any of today’s headlines, here’s a quick recap: […]Read more "Eagles news roundup: Foles returns, Ertz restructures and Logan leaves"
According to a report from ESPN’s Adam Schefter, former Eagles DT Bennie Logan is set to sign a one-year deal with the Kansas City Chiefs, replacing Dontari Poe. To fill expected void, Chiefs and former Eagles DT Bennie Logan reach agreement on 1-year deal, per source. Looks like Dontari Poe moves on. — Adam Schefter […]Read more "Report: Chiefs sign former Eagles defensive tackle Bennie Logan to one-year deal"
Free agency has been an exciting period for the Philadelphia Eagles. The additions of Torrey Smith and Alshon Jeffery to the wide receiver corps have given Carson Wentz an arsenal of weapons on the outside, making the Eagles offense a force to be reckoned with in 2017. But it’s the moves on the offensive line […]Read more "With offensive line fortified, Eagles have to turn attention to the defensive side of the trenches"
It’s been a busy day for Eagles news..and it isn’t over just yet. According to a report from Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer, the team are working on an extension for backup defensive tackle, Beau Allen. With Bennie Logan’s future all but certain, the Eagles are left with undrafted rookie Destiny Vaeao and Beau […]Read more "Report: Eagles in midst of negotiating a contract extension with Beau Allen"
One of the biggest questions lingering over the shoulders of the Philadelphia Eagles is regarding the future of Defensive tackle Bennie Logan. While reports have been quiet, Logan has been linked with the Redskins, should be allowed to test the free agency waters. According to a report from NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, things could begin […]Read more "Eagles chances of retaining Bennie Logan may have just soared"
Free agency is set to be another rollercoaster for the Philadelphia Eagles. The team are widely expected to add some established talent at some key positions ahead of the NFL Draft, as well as freeing up some cap space in the process through means of trade. The team also have fourteen players whose futures are […]Read more "Free agency could carry heavy implications for Eagles special teams unit"
One of the strongest position groups on the Eagles is the defensive line. Headlining the group is the Eagles’ $102 million man, Fletcher Cox. Cox signed a six-year contract extension in June, locking him up through 2022. Cox followed his second-team All-Pro and payday season with a season many deemed underwhelming. The 26-year-old finished the […]Read more "Eagles ultimate offseason priority list: Defensive Line"