The East-West Shrine game is in the books and there is plenty to reflect on. The event did exactly what it says on the tin and enabled some real under-the-radar talent to boost their draft stock. TE Eli Wolf, Georgia Wolf stole the show in my mind. He didn’t score a touchdown or make a […]Read more "Five Shrine Bowl standouts who could interest the Eagles"
The Eagles 2019 draft class was one with many headlines. Some good, some bad, but most wre promising. The majority of the Eagles rookies left you with an imprint on what their future with the team may look like while others have you questioning their ability still. Heres a full-on report card on how the […]Read more "Eagles rookie report card: How did the 2019 draft class fare?"
For 14 years, John Runyan made his name for being one of the best, and dirtiest players in the game. His work for the Philadelphia Eagles was impressive. Nine years in Philadelphia, a pro-bowl to his credit and a member of some of the best offensive lines in Eagle history. Yet while his career was […]Read more "What does the ‘Clowney hit’ mean for Wentz and other mobile QB’s moving forward?"
It was reported on Thursday that the Eagles are interested in Ravens quarterbacks coach James Urban for the vacant offensive coordinator position: As the #Eagles seek an offensive coordinator, one person I'm told they're interested in is #Ravens QB coach James Urban. He was in Philly for years under Andy Reid and has played a […]Read more "Is James Urban the right man to fill Eagles OC vacancy?"
The circumstances weren’t what many expected. Fresh off a brand new $128 million extension, Carson Wentz needed to prove the Eagles made the right decision in putting all their eggs in one basket. Towards the midway point of the season, many doubted the former MVP-front-runner. Injuries, miscues, and anonymous sources challenged not only the skill […]Read more "Eagles report card: Grading Carson Wentz’s fourth year in the NFL"
When it rains, it pours. The Eagles are still currently searching for a new offensive coordinator and on Monday morning, an old friend was relieved of his duties in Jacksonville. DeFilippo will be a name familiar to many. He was the Eagles’ QB coach during the first two years of the Carson Wentz era, playing […]Read more "Would the Eagles be wise to try and bring John DeFilippo home?"
After the (expected) firing of offensive coordinator Mike Groh, many names were thrown around as potential replacements. However, all of that was pure speculation. Then Tim McManus of ESPN gave two concrete names: Two candidates I'm hearing for the Eagles offensive coordinator post are Jim Caldwell and former Washington OC Kevin O'Connell, per source. — […]Read more "Is Jim Caldwell the right choice for Eagles OC vacancy?"
The Eagles made the most surprising unsurprising move possible today, by announcing that they’re parting ways with both offensive coordinator Mike Groh, and wide receiver’s coach Carson Walch. Doug Pederson had seemingly cemented that they will stay in yesterday’s press conference before a complete U-turn and a statement detailing what he actually meant. That leaves […]Read more "Who are the best candidates to replace Eagles OC Mike Groh?"
For arguably the fourth year in a row, the Eagles pass defense has been questionable at best. The secondary has been filled with the same problems that have plagued it since the day Jim Schwartz took over: InjuriesMiscommunicationMissed tacklesA lack of trust (?) But for the first time during his tenure, his secondary may be […]Read more "The Eagles could be facing a full secondary rebuild this offseason"
The Cleveland Browns have started their search for a new GM and Head Coach and it did not take them long to reach the City of Brotherly Love. According to Tom Pelissero, Cleveland has requested to interview Eagles defensive coordinator, Jim Schwartz. Schwartz has been with the Eagles since 2016 and love him, or hate […]Read more "Report: Browns request to interview Jim Schwartz for vacated HC role"