According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the NFL has approved alternate helmets for the 2022 season and beyond. After years of longing, it looks as though Eagles fans might finally be one step closer to getting their wish of seeing the return of ‘kelly green’ jerseys. It has felt like an eternity since Eagles fans watched […]Read more "Eagles will be able to bring back kelly green uniforms in 2022"
Having failed to address the CB2 spot this offseason despite it being one of their biggest needs, the Eagles could be in line to start an underdog on the outside. Whether that’s Avonte Maddox or someone like Michael Jacquet is what Training Camp will look to decide. With that said, I thought it would be […]Read more "Eagles CB2: A ten-year history of swings and misses"
After concluding that the Eagles have significantly improved their roster on the offensive side of the ball this offseason, it’s time to turn our attention to the defensive side of things. *Note the rosters being compared are from July 2020 going into Training Camp, so there will be some differences from those who took snaps […]Read more "Do the Eagles have a stronger roster than they did in 2020? Defense edition"
In what has been a pretty bleak week for Philadelphia Sports, the Eagles went out of their way to make sure that there’s a ray of sunshine for one fan in particular. The ‘Toyota Fan of the Year Sweepstakes’ launched during week one of the regular season last year, with the premise of awarding a […]Read more "Eagles surprise ‘Fan of the Year’ with a brand new Toyota Highlander"
After the signing of Ryan Kerrigan, the Eagles have an interesting battle shaping up when it comes to who will start opposite Brandon Graham. 12 months ago, many assumed that Derek Barnett would have taken on the full-time starting reins and been in a position to take some weight off the shoulders of Brandon Graham. […]Read more "Eagles Training Camp Battles: Derek Barnett vs Josh Sweat"
It’s been a transformative offseason for the Philadelphia Eagles. Not only has their once-beloved franchise quarterback been offloaded to the Colts, but the team decided to snatch some of Indy’s coaching staff in the process of replacing Doug Pederson and Jim Schwartz. With the dust now finally settled, it’s time to look at whether the […]Read more "Do the Eagles have a stronger roster than they did in 2020? Offense edition"
July is almost upon us which means we are one step closer to Eagles training camp. During the calm before the storm, we like to delve into the team and see if we can make any bold predictions for the upcoming season. We did just that last offseason and, well, it didn’t go so great.. […]Read more "Revisiting bold Eagles predictions from 2020: Oh how wrong we were"
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"