It’s the bye week and the Eagles are 5-4, second in the NFC East. A Cowboys loss versus the Vikings on Sunday would mean a tie at the top of the division, with the Cowboys owning the tiebreaker. With the season very far from being over, it’s hard to pinpoint where the Eagles may be […]Read more "Bye Week Draft Shopping: Five Prospects who could interest the Eagles"
The NFL Draft may be in the rear-view mirror, but the NFL’s Supplemental Draft is suddenly on the horizon. In essence, it’s an opportunity for underclassmen who are now ineligible for the upcoming college football season and wish to declare for a potential career in the NFL. The Draft order is exactly the same (meaning […]Read more "Will Eagles take a chance on enticing Supplemental Draft prospect?"
Valentine’s Day is upon us and football fans are looking for a young prospect to fall head over heels with. Mock drafts are popping up left and right and speculative journalism is ramping up as we all try to sift through the throngs of eligible draftees to find the next great star. This series will […]Read more "The 2019 Eagles Draft Encyclopedia: Tight End Edition"
We are just one week away from the 2018 NFL Draft in Dallas! For just being one week out, there is much wonder surrounding the draft. Who are the Cleveland Browns taking at one? How many quarterbacks will go in the first round? Who will land the coveted Saquon Barkley? Until next Thursday, these questions […]Read more "Philly Sports Network NFL Mock Draft: Eagles left in luxurious position after trade-heavy first round"
This years draft class is loaded with linebacker talent. With names like Tremaine Edmunds, Roquan Smith and Rashaan Evans stealing the spotlight, it’s difficult not to be impressed. But that also means that like last year’s cornerback class, plenty of promising talent slips through the ranks. Enter one of may favorite sleepers in this draft, Fred […]Read more "Eagles Draft Profiles: LB Fred Warner"
The Eagles end the fourth round with a bang. After trading up to the 132 spot, the team selected San Diego State running back, Donnel Pumphrey. The most prolific rusher in NCAA history, Pumphrey drew a lot of interest during Senior Bowl week due to his size. At just 5’8 and 169 pounds, comparisons can […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles trade up in fourth round, select RB Donnel Pumphrey"
After taking a look at five first round targets for the Eagles, it’s time to turn our attention to round 2. The Eagles will be drafting with the 43rd overall pick, meaning that their options are incredibly open in the heart of the second round. So, who are some of the realistic targets that Eagles fans […]Read more "Identifying five realistic targets for Eagles in each round of NFL Draft: Round two"
When you think Texas Tech University, you think air raid, you think thousands of yards through the air and tons of points. You rarely think defense when talking Red Raiders, especially with all the news and media time being spent on 1st round draft hopeful, QB Patrick Mahomes. It would be hard to find a defensive […]Read more "Eagles Draft: Big school hidden gems: LB/FB Luke Stice"
Last week, it was reported that The Philadelphia Eagles met with OG Ethan Cooper from Indiana University (PA), working him out at his school, giving him a play sheet, and kicking the tires on the young prospect. With the Eagles giving some much deserved attention to Cooper, we decided to talk with him via phone for […]Read more "Eagles Draft: Small School Sleeper Profile: OG Ethan Cooper"
Sometimes when studying a college prospect, there are things that just really pop out about a guy. Sometimes it’s their speed, their strength, or their personality. For this small school profile, we were lucky to speak to a guy blessed with all of the above, DB Case Woodard JR, from little known Catawba College. Now, if the name […]Read more "Eagles Draft: Small School Sleepers Profile: DB Case Woodard Jr."