In 2016, Doug Pederson was surprisingly hired by Owner Jeffery Lurie. Unlike other head coaches around the league, Pederson was not allowed to pick his own staff when he joined the team. Looking back, that staff in 2016 was full of future Head Coaches and OC’s. Yet when you have a star-studded cast of personnel […]Read more "Eagles need to find a way to slow yearly personnel turnover"
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?"
A bit of a shock came through Eagles news on Friday as the team and defensive line coach Phillip Daniels parted ways. Daniels has been a part of the staff since 2016 but moved to defensive line coach in 2019. He was the assistant defensive line coach under Chris Wilson for the three years prior. […]Read more "Potential candidates for the Eagles defensive line coach vacancy"
Shortly after being spotted at the East-West Shrine Game with the Eagles, it’s been confirmed by the team that former OLB Connor Barwin has returned to the team in a front-office position. This, of course, comes less than a year after he was rumored to re-join the team as a defensive end. Barwin clearly wanted […]Read more "Former Eagles OLB Connor Barwin has taken a front-office job with the team"
The Eagles were clearly envious of the NFL having fun at the ‘Coaching Carousel’ so have decided to throw their own party. DL Coach Phillip Daniels tweeted what seemed to be a goodbye letter to the Philadelphia Eagles, with reports of his departure shortly following. Daniels joins Cory Undlin and Carson Walch as positional coaches […]Read more "Have Eagles made the right decision in parting ways with DL coach Phillip Daniels?"
As things stand, 21 players from the Philadelphia Eagles’ 2019 roster are set to enter the free agency pool. Some will be offered new deals, while others will be allowed to walk gracefully out of the NovaCare Complex doors. But which players will cause Howie and company the most stress when it comes to deciding […]Read more "A look at the five toughest decisions facing the Eagles ahead of free agency"
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 East-West Shrine Game takes place this weekend out in Florida, marking the first ‘all-star showcase’ for budding NFL prospects. Brandon Brooks and Avonte Maddox are two of the more prominent faces currently wearing midnight green to have strutted their stuff in a game designed to give those ‘under the radar talents’ a platform to […]Read more "Ten players who could interest the Eagles at the East-West Shrine game"