Free agency kicks off in a little under two weeks and the wheels are already in motion for the Philadelphia Eagles. Jason Peters has been handed his fate, while reports of the team’s interest in names like Byron Jones continue to snowball. But among the 20 pending free agents from last year’s team, there are […]Read more "Three under-the-radar free agents the Eagles should absolutely bring back"
The Eagles announced yesterday that they would be reuniting with Marty Mornhinweg, who was with the team in multiple capacities from 2003 – 2012. The former Baltimore Ravens’ OC also reunites with Head Coach Doug Pederson. The two coached together in Philadelphia from 2009-2012, while Mornhinweg was also Pederson’s QB Coach in Green Bay, back […]Read more "What the Marty Mornhinweg hire means for Eagles offense"
The NFL combine is underway which means there’s a lot of excitement that follows it, one being the fact that you can hear the GM and Coach talk about the state of the team. Howie Roseman and Doug Pederson were both very vocal about not discussing contract situations with current players but that doesn’t mean […]Read more "What we learned from the Eagles combine press conferences"
The NFL combine takes place next week and while drills may not start until Thursday, there’s a lot to look forward to. For the Philadelphia Eagles, the work starts on Monday. Here’s a checklist of objectives the team needs to accomplish down in Indianapolis. Transparency Before the drills get underway, Howie Roseman will meet with […]Read more "An NFL Combine checklist for the Philadelphia Eagles"
Last night the Eagles unveiled their new coaching staff. Gone are the frustrations of Carson Walch and Mike Groh. Enter Rich Scangarello and Andrew Breiner. Doug Pederson was told to fire his Offensive Coordinator and Wide Receiver coach and hire people outside the organization with new ideas. In the end, Pederson decided to forgo actually […]Read more "What new Coaches mean for Wentz and Eagles offense in 2020"
It took a little longer than expected, but the Eagles have finalized their coaching staff after an extensive search. At the beginning of the offseason, the team had numerous roles to fill. Needing coaches at WR/DL/OC/DB, the Birds started their hunt early and have finally finished the puzzle. Here’s all you need to know. Rich […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles finalize their coaching staff with new hires"
According to Jimmy Kempski of The Philly Voice, the Eagles are putting the finishing touches on their coaching staff shuffle. Just one day after reports of two new faces joining the Eagles started to surface, Kempski reports that the Eagles are hiring Aaron Moorhead as their new WR coach. Currently a wide receivers coach at […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles to hire Aaron Moorehead as new WR coach"
The coaching carousel has been spinning at a dizzying speed in Philadelphia. Within just a matter of short breaths after the regular season came to an end, the team had three positional coach spots and an offensive coordinator role to fill. Now, on the weekend of Super Bowl 54, the team are seemingly no closer […]Read more "How close are the Eagles to finalizing positional coaching hires?"
The coaching/personnel turnover this offseason has been exhausting for the Eagles. On top of new coaches and a new coordinator still needing to be sourced, they’ll now need to find a new Vice President of Football Operations. After weeks of uncertainty, the Cleveland Browns have finally snagged their man back from the clutches of Howie […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles lose key front office member to Browns"
Andy Reid is one of the winningest coaches in NFL History. Over 200 wins, only three losing seasons in 20 years, and his ability to take a struggling franchise and get them to become one of the more dominant teams in the league. Reid became one of just seven coaches to lead two different teams […]Read more "Taking a closer look at Andy Reid and his coaching tree’s success"