In some slightly surprising Sunday news, the Philadelphia Eagles have placed LB Jatavis brown on the reserve/retired list. This is a little weird considering that Jatavis Brown only signed with the Eagles this past offseason. There is a chance he missed the opt-out window for the 2020 season and this is a way around that, […]Read more "Eagles place linebacker Jatavis Brown on reserve/retired list"
After making waves today by bringing home Vinny Curry for his eighth season in midnight green, the Eagles made two corresponding roster moves. The roster was at 81, so a switch for Curry and a cut makes sense here to bring it down to the recommended 80 that was suggested amidst the new COVID guidelines […]Read more "Eagles make a pair of roster moves after re-signing Vinny Curry"
The Eagles made a safe and serene move today in bringing home DE Vinny Curry. It will be Curry’s eighth year in midnight green and his addition will bring a lot to the Eagles defense. Here’s everything you need to know. Pass-rushing prowess The 32-year-old played in all 16 games last season, notching five sacks and […]Read more "How the return of Vinny Curry impacts the Eagles defense"
There have been many questions as to why the Eagles weren’t adding to their defensive end depth this off-season. They have answered those questions today by bringing back Vinny Curry. The #Eagles are re-signing DE Vinny Curry, sources tell me and @RapSheet. Coming off a five-sack season (most for him since 2014), he’s back to […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles bring back Vinny Curry"
The Eagles’ lack of depth at defensive end is hardly a revelation. After the position was neglected during the NFL Draft. That could still be the case, but Howie Roseman doesn’t exactly seem like he’s in a hurry to bring in a name like Vinny Curry. Is there a bigger masterplan we’re simply overlooking? The […]Read more "Do the Eagles have a hidden plan at defensive end?"
With training camp well underway, there’s plenty of hype surrounding this year’s draft class, but what about those drafted a little over one year ago? What should our expectations be for the players selected by the Eagles in 2019? Andre Dillard Dillard will enter his second season in the NFL as the team’s starting Left […]Read more "What should we expect from the Eagles 2019 draft class in 2020?"
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?"
With the big guns out of the way, it’s now time to focus on the next generation of Eagle. Could the Birds have multiple candidates for Rookie of the Year’ honors on their team heading into this season? Offensive Rookie of the Year Jalen Reagor The obvious choice here is the Eagles’ first-round pick. None […]Read more "Which Eagles could be leading candidates for Rookie of the Year awards?"
The global pandemic has been at the heart of all things 2020 and has taken a lot of the air out of the sails of the NFL season. Usually riding a high at this point in the year with training camps ramping up and preseason on the horizon, this year just doesn’t feel the same. […]Read more "Five reasons why Eagles fans should be excited about the 2020 season"
Training Camp is officially here…kinda. 81 Eagles players are at the NovaCare Complex working towards phase two of Camp where the acclimation period begins. But how many of those players are on the bubble? Here’s a look at each spot before the going gets tough. Quarterback Kyle Lauletta & Nate Sudfeld This may wind up […]Read more "Which Eagles players are on the roster bubble going into Training Camp?"