After a close loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Eagles come back home to face the other AFC North defensive powerhouse: the Baltimore Ravens. Before we dive into just how hard this game will be for the Eagles, let’s take a look at last year’s stats, their off-season additions/departures, and this year’s stats. 2019 Ranks: […]Read more "Know Your Eagles Enemy: The Baltimore Ravens"
Coming into the offseason, the safety position was a huge cause for concern. Malcolm Jenkins being allowed to walk into free agency and ending up back in New Orleans (to no one’s surprise) was gut-wrenching for most. It triggered flashbacks of the time when the Eagles chose not to re-sign Brian Dawkins. Just a side […]Read more "Eagles Safety position will look very different in 2020"
The Eagles had an interesting situation at Safety before free agency began. Rodney McLeod was a free agent, the team chose not to retain Malcolm Jenkins, and there weren’t many options for them on the market. The team chose to resign McLeod to a one year deal and they even brought back Jalen Mills but […]Read more "K’Von Wallace opens up on his path to the Eagles"
“I work hard. That’s all everyone needs to know. When it comes to football, I don’t care what anyone says or feels – at the end of the day, I work harder than anyone you ever know. I pride myself on that” Will Parks to PhillySportsNetwork Will Parks is no stranger to the “Eagles way”. […]Read more "Will Parks is a perfect fit for the Eagles on and off the field"
Accountability is a word that often gets thrown around after a loss or even a string of losses. It’s used loosely and it’s also hard to quantify. On the surface, wanting a player to own up to a mistake and say ‘my bad’, defines the term, but it’s likely that the Eagles are suffering from […]Read more "Are the Eagles suffering from a lack of accountability?"
The NFL Combine is underway and the Eagles interviewed 13 prospects on Thursday afternoon. Here’s everything you need to know about those prospects and why this process is so, so important to the defending Super Bowl champions. Offensive tackle: Chukwuma Okorafor, Western Michigan At 6’5, 332 lbs, Okorafor carries his weight well and could […]Read more "All you need to know about the 13 offensive players interviewed by Eagles at the NFL Combine and why they matter"
As UDFA Lorenzo Allen sat down to have dinner at the Philadelphia Eagles, NovaCare Complex, he knew he had an uphill battle to climb, one in which he would not come out on top, this time. But that’s not what this is about. Looking around at all the new faces, some from large schools, and […]Read more "Eagles hopeful Lorenzo Allen opens up on his tryout and culture inside the locker room"
The Eagles made a blockbuster move earlier today, defying the odds and cap space limitations, landing the most prominent wide receiver in this year’s free agency class, Alshon Jeffery. The Birds signed Jeffery to a one-year deal worth $14M and as exciting as his presence is to the roster, what does it mean for the […]Read more "What does Alshon Jeffery signing mean for the Eagles?"
The NFL combine has arrived in Indianapolis and for the Eagles, it’s a chance to meet with many of the prospects who may be filling their current draft board. While the athleticism of each player will be on display through various drills this weekend, it’s the meetings and networking that will often determine if a player […]Read more "Eagles prospect tracker: NFL Combine edition"
The Eagles are preparing to face a hungry Baltimore Ravens team this weekend and while it may not have direct playoff implications for the Eagles, there is still plenty to play for. Aiming to break a four game losing streak and prove naysayers wrong, there is still plenty of motivation flying around the locker room. So […]Read more "Five bold predictions for Eagles vs Ravens"