Coming off their 2019 bye week, the Eagles are staring down a tough home-stay in which they will welcome the 8-1 New England Patriots and 8-2 Seattle Seahawks in successive weeks. With four of five of the final games of the season being played against division rivals, the playoff picture for the Eagles is quickly […]Read more "Eagles’ early offseason outlook: What changes are on the horizon?"
A total of 25 Eagles players suffered an injury of some kind last year, prompting the team to shuffle their medical staff. But the more things change, the more they stay the same. It was announced today that veteran RB Darren Sproles will miss the remainder of the season with a quadricep injury and this […]Read more "Darren Sproles’ season-ending injury raises worrying questions for Eagles"
According to numerous reports, former Eagles RB Jay Ajayi is set to work out with the team whom he formerly won a Super Bowl with. Ajayi hasn’t played since tearing his ACL in week 5 of the 2018 season, but averaged a staggering 5.8 yards per carry during his Super Bowl-winning season in 2017, racking […]Read more "Report: RB Jay Ajayi to work out for the Eagles on Friday"
With Jordan Howard being limited in practice this week, there may be a chance that the Eagles hold him out for precautionary reasons. Howard has been great for the team since arriving in the offseason and his ability has also assisted Miles Sanders in his own development. The Eagles started the season with Sanders being […]Read more "Miles Sanders could be the Eagles’ most important weapon against the Patriots"
After seeing limited action to begin the season, the workload of TJ Edwards has increased substantially after the injury to Nigel Bradham and the release of now free-agent Zach Brown. After playing in only 2 snaps in weeks 1-5, Edwards played in 10, 21, 14, and 16 in weeks 6-9, respectively. Although still a rotational […]Read more "Eagles LB TJ Edwards continues to exceed expectations"
The bye week has come and gone and the once second place Eagles find themselves in a tie with the Cowboys for first. Of course, the Cowboys are technically in first due to their win over the Eagles, but the division is there for the taking. The Eagles stay home for a second straight game […]Read more "Know your Eagles enemy: The New England Patriots"
The Eagles’ 2019 first-round draft pick was thrown off the bench and into the fire when HOF LT Jason Peters went out in week 6 against the Vikings. What was supposed to be a “sit behind and learn” year for the young super-talent, quickly turned into a very different season. One where Dillard would not […]Read more "Andre Dillard has been impressive against elite competition for the Eagles"
After weeks of unsettlement, the Eagles are back off their bye and ready to hit the ground running, literally. If there’s one man who has been pivotal in helping the Birds’ establish the run, it’s Brandon Brooks. The franchise right guard arrived in Philadelphia back in March of 2016, signing a five-year deal worth $40M. […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles sign Brandon Brooks to a 4-year contract extension"
The Bye week is almost in the rear-view mirror but before the storm that’s known as the NFL starts to rip through the City of Brotherly Love again, it’s a good time to take a look at this year’s Philadelphia Eagles. So, I decided to make a quick note on every player currently on the […]Read more "A note on every Eagles player as the Bye-week comes to a close"
Liam Jenkins breaks down why the return of Jordan Matthews is so significant in more ways than one, as well as explaining how the Bye-week couldn’t have come at a better time for this team. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR PODCAST ON APPLE PODCASTS https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-outside-insider-podcast/id1120847683?mt=2 Liam JenkinsLiam is a 24-year old sports journalist from the UK and […]Read more "LISTEN: The Eagles & Jordan Matthews love story continues"