According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the Philadelphia Eagles have opted to let punter Cameron Johnston walk into free agency. On the surface, this doesn’t sound like a decision of suffocating implications, but it absolutely could be. Cameron Johnston ranked inside the top 15 of just about every metric possible in 2019, with his average of […]Read more "Eagles are making a big mistake in refusing to tender Cameron Johnston"
The start of the new league year is almost upon us, but the Eagles have wasted no time in getting down to business. Their franchise quarterback has been traded, a new coaching staff assembled, and ERFA’s signed. With that in mind, there are some important dates between now and May that every Eagles fan should […]Read more "Ultimate Eagles offseason calendar: The road to the NFL Draft"
After a report earlier this week from Matt Barrows of The Athletic cited that both the Eagles and Jets were hot on the heels of Niners assistant special teams coach Michael Clay, Howie pipped his old running-mate to the post. The Eagles snuck the nugget of information into their post-presser recap, dissecting the opening remarks […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles confirm the hiring of new special teams coach"
According to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero, the Philadelphia Eagles are hiring another coach with a connection to Nick Sirianni. Jason Michael will replace Justin Peele as the teams’ new TE coach. Michael just finished his second season with the Colts as their tight ends coach, working under newly-signed Eagles HC Nick Sirianni. He joins DC […]Read more "Eagles hire another positional coach with a connection to Nick Sirianni"
According to a report from Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press, Duce Staley won’t be the only Eagles Coach moving to the Motor City. Special teams coach Dave Fipp is following suit. Fipp originally joined the Eagles in 2013 and has withstood every second of turbulence since. His unit grew into one of the […]Read more "Eagles special teams coach Dave Fipp follows Duce Staley to Detroit"
NFL Free agency is still a little over two months away, but there’s no time like the present for the Eagles, who need to make absolutely perfect decisions this offseason. With a huge cap deficit to overcome, money is not something they’re inundated with, meaning that the margin for error is minimal. With 18 players […]Read more "Stay or go: Which pending free agents should the Eagles re-sign?"
The Eagles have a plethora of questions that they need to answer this offseason, concerning everything from coaching staff structure to the future of their kicker. Here are five of the most prominent ahead of what promises to be a transformative few months. Who will quarterback the Eagles in 2021? This is probably the most […]Read more "Five questions the Eagles need to answer this offseason"
With the Eagles securing 4th place in the NFC East and the regular season grinding to a close for one more season, the formula used to determine future opponents has been completed once more. While all eyes are on tonight’s SNF clash against Washington, here’s all you need to know about next year’s opponents. Eagles […]Read more "All you need to know about the Eagles 2021 opponents"
Sunday’s 37-17 loss to the Dallas Cowboys ended what has been an underwhelming season for the Philadelphia Eagles. Many thought it could be a potentially easy road to a division title since the NFC East has a recent history of struggling for wins. It turns out it was the Eagles who struggled to get wins […]Read more "Identifying the Eagles’ biggest weakness after loss to Cowboys"
“You can’t sit here and just say, ‘Hey, it’s been such a demise.’” Doug Pederson said in his press conference on Monday when asked about the regression of the Eagles. “This has been a strange year all around. So I look at things a little bit differently.” It has indeed been a strange year and […]Read more "Doug Pederson left holding his breath after a year of aggressive gambles"