According to Field Yates, the Philadelphia Eagles are bringing in a familiar name for a workout. That man is RB Jordan Howard. Ian Rapoport later followed up by saying that Howard will be joining the team’s practice squad following a successful COVID-19 test. Howard was recently waived by the Dolphins after a dismal season where […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles bringing back former RB Jordan Howard"
The Philadelphia Eagles are beginning to run into a slightly worrying COVID problem. Three wide receivers have been placed on the COVID-19 list after second-year wideout J.J Arcega-Whiteside tested positive for the virus, according to Geoff Mosher. Thee other two receivers were identified as close contacts and placed on the list as a precaution. This, […]Read more "Three more Eagles placed on COVID-19 list ahead of clash with Browns"
The Eagles released a statement on Tuesday afternoon stating that a member of staff has tested positive for COVID-19. The announcement came shortly after Dave Zangaro reported that it was an Eagles coach who contracted the virus. This, of course, comes just 5 days after Safety Marcus Epps tested positive and was placed on the […]Read more "Eagles coach tests positive for COVID-19 ahead of clash with Giants"
Let’s turn back time. It’s June 2020. Free agency is in the rearview mirror along with the NFL Draft and all eyes are on whatever Training Camp is going to look like. In the eyes of many, the Eagles had a lethal offseason. They drafted (controversially) well despite a few criticisms, and made a flurry […]Read more "Free agency signings have been a bitter letdown for the Eagles in 2020"
According to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero, Eagles Safety Marcus Epps has tested positive for COVID-19. Epps will be placed on the COVID-19/reserve list and will be allowed to return 10 days after his initial positive, or 5 days if he receives two negative tests at least 24-hours apart within that window. The Eagles are on […]Read more "Report: Eagles Safety Marcus Epps tests positive for COVID-19"
While the mid-season report card for the Eagles offense might have been difficult to stomach, the second course on the menu should go down a little easier…at least in theory. The Eagles rank 9th in average yards given up per game (having played one game more than 5 of the teams ahead of them) and […]Read more "Eagles mid-season report card: A tale of two halves for the defense"
Earlier this week, we took a deep dive into the Eagles offense to see where the group is headed after four games of the season. It’s now time to do the same for the defense. Grab your boards and markers once more – it’s report card SZN. Defensive line Believe it or not, the Eagles […]Read more "Quarterly report card: How does the Eagles defense look after four games?"
The Eagles have long-been known for their red zone prowess under Jim Schwartz. ‘Bend but don’t break’ has been the mission statement since his arrival and for the most part, it’s worked well. The team allowed touchdown conversions from inside the 20 55% of the time last year, but led the league in the metric […]Read more "Eagles defense has a chance to rekindle red zone success in week 3"
A report came out prior to Sunday’s loss versus the Rams stating that Doug Pederson “may have reached his limit.” While that’s an argument, albeit a stupid one, that can be had for another day, it’s safe to assume that statement is true for another high profile coach on the staff – Jim Schwartz. Schwartz […]Read more "Is Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz on the hot seat?"
Hidden in the chaos of what was the Eagles offense on Sunday, is the reality that the Eagles vastly improved the defense over the offseason. From Darius Slay and Nickell Robey-Coleman to the health of Malik Jackson, the Eagles defense finally showed that they can be a dominant unit. If you’ve followed my writing/tweets in […]Read more "The Eagles Defense is already off to a historic start"