In a surprise move yesterday afternoon, the Philadelphia Eagles acquired former Jaguar Michael Walker and cut ties with WR Trevon Grimes, Khalil Tate and QB Jamie Newman. It is a head turning move on paper, but also a possible glance into what the WR room and offence as a whole will look like in 2021. […]Read more "What the Michael Walker signing means for the Eagles WR Room"
With much of the focus being on the new-look Eagles offense, Philadelphia quietly has some exciting football brewing on the other side of the ball. Jonathan Gannon‘s avante garde approach to defense has been writing on the wall for the NFL for years — moving towards a more positionless perspective of what defenses can deploy. […]Read more "Which Eagles will Benefit the most from Jonathan Gannon’s Defense?"
In a press conference yesterday, Eagles TE Dallas Goedert met with reporters and discussed a multitude of topics. Among them was a potential contract extension. The 26-year-old is entering the final year of his rookie deal and stated that he’d love to spend his entire career in Philadelphia but is leaving negotiations to his agent. […]Read more "What would a Dallas Goedert contract extension look like?"
Avonte Maddox is the last cornerback remaining of drafts past and for a pretty big reason. From the trio involving Rasul Douglas and Sidney Jones, Avonte was the only one who flashed his potential consistently in his rookie season and beyond. He showed the ability to be a positionless player in a defense that demanded […]Read more "Avonte Maddox could face an uphill battle going into his contract year"
The NFL Draft is in the rear-view mirror and OTA’s are well underway. For most teams, this means that the roster is usually set and all eyes are on maximizing its potential. However, the Eagles are not most teams. Having failed to address the dire need for a cornerback to partner Darius Slay on the […]Read more "Eagles would be wise to consider trading Dallas Goedert for cornerback help"
The NFL announced the workout schedules for every franchise on Thursday following the conclusion of the NFL Draft. Here’s how things look for the Philadelphia Eagles. Eagles Rookie Minicamp: Rookie minicamp is the first activity we’ll get this offseason and we can expect all of this year’s draftees and UDFA’s to be in attendance. It’s […]Read more "All you need to know about the Eagles offseason workout schedule"
With the 37th overall pick, the Eagles have selected Landon Dickerson out of Alabama. The interior offensive lineman is now the second Alabama player that the Eagles have drafted in this year’s draft, following in the footsteps of DeVonta Smith. Dickerson does have an injury history that could scare some fans but if he can […]Read more "Eagles play it safe and draft Landon Dickerson in the second round"
It’s weird isn’t it? Not complaining about Howie? Yeah, I don’t like it either. There is a plethora of talented players left for the second and third round and the Eagles could use all of them. But with the 37th and 70th picks, who could realistically fall to them? Let’s take a look and make […]Read more "NFL day-two Mock Draft: The Eagles bolster their defense"
The Philadelphia Eagles traded up with the Dallas Cowboys for wide receiver DeVonta Smith with their first-round selection. By drafting Smith, the Eagles end a 19-year drought without selecting a single player from Alabama (Seriously, look it up). The Heisman Trophy winner should instantly improve a weak wide receiver room, but the birds still have […]Read more "18 Players the Eagles should target on day 2 of the NFL Draft"
If we rewind a little over a year ago, Howie Roseman stood at the podium and appeared to take accountability for draft mistakes and an inability to separate personal relationships from logical business decisions. Then came the 2020 offseason. Jason Peters came back (again), the Eagles went all-in on speed, and the draft class, for […]Read more "Has Howie Roseman finally had a change of heart about the NFL Draft?"