The Eagles have released their final injury report ahead of this weekend’s rivalry clash against the Dallas Cowboys. Here is everything you need to know. Won’t you guide my Slay tonight? Jim Schwartz will be able to breathe a sigh of relief knowing that Darius Slay is back in the fold. The lockdown corner was […]Read more "Eagles could be without several key names in crucial Cowboys clash"
2020 has been a hugely disappointing season for the Philadelphia Eagles and it’s hard to really take many positives away from a year that has been shrouded in waves of uncertainty on and off the field. However, every cloud has a silver lining and Greg Ward Jr’s continued growth could well be the brightest as […]Read more "Eagles WR Greg Ward Jr is once again heating up at the perfect time"
It’s gameday and with it comes a morning to sit and boldly predict how today’s matchup between the Eagles and Steelers will pan out. Now at 1-2-1, can Philly hand their in-state rival its first loss of the season? Mailata’s Eagles mission Jordan Mailata’ NFL debut left us all purring. In what was a totally […]Read more "Five bold Eagles predictions ahead of clash with Steelers"
The first-place Eagles finally put together a decent game in their 25-20 win over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. It wasn’t pretty. The defense struggled for the most part, and Wentz was erratic (not as bad as the previous three weeks). But between Wentz’s legs and the emergence of “who?” for the team, the […]Read more "Meet the six practice squad heroes who lifted the Eagles to a week 4 win"
The Eagles are in a very sticky situation when it comes to their outlook at WR this weekend. After yesterday’s injury report listed 26% of the players from the 53-man roster, things have taken an even bigger turn for the worse. Greg Ward Jr is the only receiver from the team’s active roster practicing today. […]Read more "Five wide receivers the Eagles could be forced to lean on this weekend"
Every player that becomes available on the waiver wire is seemingly always connected to the Eagles. Whether that be from legitimate reports or from an eccentric Eagles Twitter member, whichever player is available is an Eagles target. It’s easy to get caught up in the “brand name” players that become available and imagine them on […]Read more "Seven players who may be destined to join the Eagles during their careers"
It was an offseason of change for the Eagles’ wide receiver corps. An infusion of youth was injected into the veins of a position that had endured a season of injuries and a severe lack of production from its biggest names. The Eagles went heavy on adding speed and explosiveness to the group throughout the […]Read more "Pederson confident in Eagles’ receivers after a strong Summer"
After trimming the opening day roster to 53, the Philadelphia Eagles placed Safety, Will Parks and Wide Receiver, Quez Watkins on Injured Reserve for the beginning of the 2020 regular season. Both players will be active after Week three. Parks signed a one year deal with the Eagles this offseason and was listed as week-to-week […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles place two players on IR as Season Opener looms"
The Eagles took three wide receivers in the 2020 draft and two of them have gotten the majority of attention during the off-season. Jalen Reagor has gotten his well-deserved attention and John Hightower’s potential on kick returns and his Boise State film have fans buzzing about the next “Stefon Diggs” from the fifth round. However, […]Read more "The Eagles may have something special in Quez Watkins"
Rounding out our series of NFL Honor previews are two accolades that are arguably the most likely for an Eagles player (or staff member) to come away with at the end of the season. But which two are in question? Comeback Player of the Year This might be the easiest award for an Eagles player […]Read more "Is Doug Pederson an early NFL Coach of the year candidate?"