Following a disappointing year ripe with injuries to important players and shuffling at major positions, it would be easy for the Philadelphia Eagles to hit the reset button and hope to contend without any major changes. 2019 was a year in which the team showed both its proverbial ceiling and floor — competing with the […]Read more "A new identity will be at the core of the Eagles’ offseason"
WR Brandon Aiyuk, Arizona State With 1,192 yards and 8 touchdowns to his name as a senior, Aiyuk did more than turn heads. The 6’1, 206 lbs receiver projects as a perfect ‘big-slot’ receiver for the Eagles to target. He’s extremely loose in his route-running and his cuts are icy cold when changing direction. Aiyuk […]Read more "Ten prospects who could interest the Eagles at the Senior Bowl"
It’s mock draft season! If you follow me on Twitter, @Infante54, you’ve seen my weekly mocks. I’ve saved the Eagles roster about six or seven times now. You’re welcome. But reactions on any mock draft put out there by draft experts, college scouts, and people like me are usually “ARE YOU KIDDING ME? NO WAY […]Read more "Exploring Eagles Free Agency scenarios that will impact draft plans"
The Eagles met with 14 players at this past weekend’s East-West Shrine game and while not all of them were standouts, there are a few on the list that are suitable draft candidates for the birds. Before we get to meeting those players, let’s examine the positional breakdown of their meetings. CB John Reid | […]Read more "The skinny on 14 players who met with Eagles at East-West Shrine Game"
Coming home from Miami, after what may be the worst loss in recent memory for the Philadelphia Eagles, many fans and personnel alike were wondering where to go from here to salvage the season. While the Eagles were far from out of the playoff race, the display they put forth on MNF against the Giants […]Read more "Eagles early offseason outlook: Is an overhaul on the cards?"
Ah, the 2017 NFL Draft. What a wonderful time. Derek Barnett was the Eagles’ first-round selection, while names like Rasul Douglas and Mack Hollins also heard their names called. But in what is now turning out to be a Draft dominated by running back talent, the Birds were at a crossroads in the second round. […]Read more "What if the Eagles selected Dalvin Cook in the 2017 NFL Draft?"
After impressing in practice, the Miles Sanders hype train really caught steam in Thursday night’s game vs Jacksonville. He ran the ball effectively, carrying 5 times for 31 yards, but even when he didn’t get big gains, he showed a lethal lateral move and good vision. However, during the NFL draft, training camp, and preseason, […]Read more "Busting three myths about Eagles running back Miles Sanders"
The NFL Draft may be in the rear-view mirror, but the NFL’s Supplemental Draft is suddenly on the horizon. In essence, it’s an opportunity for underclassmen who are now ineligible for the upcoming college football season and wish to declare for a potential career in the NFL. The Draft order is exactly the same (meaning […]Read more "Will Eagles take a chance on enticing Supplemental Draft prospect?"
Howie Roseman has put together an offseason like no other. Smart free agent signings, a masterful draft, and the occasional trade, have helped sustain the impressive level of talent that runs throughout the Eagles roster. But how does it compare to the roster that won the Super Bowl two years ago? Make sure you check […]Read more "Better or worse? How this Eagles’ roster compares to 2017’s Super Bowl winning team"
It’s been a busy offseason for the Philadelphia Eagles, especially when it comes to the backfield. After a season of injuries, setbacks, and question marks, the Birds finally invested heavily at the position. Jordan Howard was traded for, Miles Sanders was drafted, and a new era was officially started. Jay Ajayi remains a free agent […]Read more "The dark horse running back Eagles fans need to know about"