J.J. Arcega-Whiteside’s rookie season didn’t exactly pan out the way many were hoping. Due to lack of opportunity and inability to separate as an NFL receiver, JJAW finished the season with a paltry stat-line and a depreciated buzz regarding his future. However, he will get a shot at redemption in his second year with Alshon […]Read more "Realistic Projections for J.J. Arcega-Whiteside’s Second Season"
This is an incredibly ugly situation. Over the weekend, Eagles deep threat, DeSean Jackson posted on his Instagram, a message full of anti-Semitic messaging. Below is what he posted. A warning to those that may feel threatened: There is no place for this messaging in any part of civilization. Quoting one of the most Anti-Semitic […]Read more "Op-Ed: Eagles would be right to suspend DeSean Jackson"
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few days, you’ll know that DeSean Jackson is once again the talk of the town following some controversial Instagram posts over the 4th of July weekend. Desean Jackson and the Eagles organization have released statements on the matter, as they work towards getting the best […]Read more "Eagles teammates show support for DeSean Jackson after controversy"
It’s been a turbulent few days for Eagles wideout DeSean Jackson, who has come under heavy fire after a controversial series of anti-semitic Instagram posts including a quote that is falsely linked to Adolf Hitler. Both Jackson and the Eagles would later issue apologies leaving many to speculate what the future held for the 33-year-old […]Read more "Eagles take first steps in helping DeSean Jackson redeem himself"
For those still unaware, DeSean Jackson made some very regrettable Instagram posts over the course of the 4th of July weekend. These posts contained a photo of Louis Farrakhan, a well-known anti-semite and Nation of Islam leader, and a story including a quote (seemingly falsely) attributed to Adolf Hitler. Regardless of whether you agree or […]Read more "Should the Eagles cut DeSean Jackson over anti-semitic Instagram posts?"
“You either die a hero, or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain.” The words of Harvey Dent in one of the most iconic superhero movies of our time, The Dark Knight. It seems fitting for a moment like this, a time where as an Eagles fan, you’d hope would never come […]Read more "2020 may finally be the year that Carson Wentz silences his critics"
After Chris Long came out and stated that if he was ever to officially retire from Football, he’d want to do so as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles, it got me thinking. Who are going to be the next five players to hang up the cleats as a member of the organization? Honorable mention: […]Read more "Five players next most likely to retire as an Eagle"
This offseason has been a transformative one for the Eagles wide receiver room. Nelson Agholor was released and three speedy wideouts were added through the draft, along with a trade for Marquise Goodwin. The need for speed was certainly quenched, but where does this leave JJ Arcega-Whiteside? The 57th overall selection one year ago endured […]Read more "Eagles’ offseason could be exactly what JJ Arcega-Whiteside needed"
Creating all-time teams is often a difficult task because there are so many options to choose from. But what if we were to create the best team of all time using only players drafted by the Eagles? Quarterback Carson Wentz, Randall Cunningham, Donovan McNabb This is probably the hardest decision to make because you have […]Read more "Creating the Philadelphia Eagles’ all-time draft team"
As eyes turn towards the potential return of OTA’s and a small training camp, it’s time to take a deep breath and examine the Eagles’ roster. The team underwent substantial changes this past offseason, but just how much of an improvement was made? Quarterback 2020: Carson Wentz, Jalen Hurts, Nate Sudfeld, Kyle Lauletta 2019: Carson […]Read more "Better or worse? How this Eagles’ roster compares to last year’s team"