When it rains, it pours. The Philadelphia Eagles announced on Friday that offensive guard Matt Pryor has been placed on the COVID-19 list. This is obviously concerning, but not necessarily indicative that Pryor has the virus. Pryor had been the team’s starting RG dating back to week 3 after jumping in against the Rams in […]Read more "Eagles OL Matt Pryor placed on COVID-19 list ahead of week 6"
The Eagles have released their status report ahead of this weekend’s game against Baltimore. If the odds weren’t already stacked against them, they are now. Most notably, the team will be without franchise RT Lane Johnson, and RG Matt Pryor. The Eagles offensive line was already banged up beyond beleif, with backups manning 3/5 spots. […]Read more "Eagles will be without seven key players when they host the Ravens"
The Eagles activated a 21-day practice window for Will Parks yesterday The versatile DB missed the opening stanza of the season with a hamstring injury, but is now close to making a debut on a defense that is in dire need of his services. Parks was signed to a one-year deal this past offseason, joining […]Read more "The return of Will Parks could be a gamechanger for the Eagles Defense"
The Eagles have made a few roster moves in preparation for the return of versatile DB Will Parks, who missed the opening stanza of the season with a hamstring injury. A 21-day practice window has now been activated for Parks, whose injury was initially expected to set him back 6 weeks. This provides hope that […]Read more "Eagles make series of roster move & prepare for return of Will Parks"
The Eagles are in a very sticky situation when it comes to their outlook at WR this weekend. After yesterday’s injury report listed 26% of the players from the 53-man roster, things have taken an even bigger turn for the worse. Greg Ward Jr is the only receiver from the team’s active roster practicing today. […]Read more "Five wide receivers the Eagles could be forced to lean on this weekend"
Hidden in the chaos of what was the Eagles offense on Sunday, is the reality that the Eagles vastly improved the defense over the offseason. From Darius Slay and Nickell Robey-Coleman to the health of Malik Jackson, the Eagles defense finally showed that they can be a dominant unit. If you’ve followed my writing/tweets in […]Read more "The Eagles Defense is already off to a historic start"
Injuries are mounting up for the Philadelphia Eagles. Are you shocked? Neither am I. The good news is that the world isn’t on fire just yet. The defensive end spot has been hit pretty hard however, presenting the Eagles with a unique challenge. Vinny Curry NFL insider Tom Pelissero noted that Vinny Curry is set […]Read more "There’s a silver lining behind Eagles cluster injuries at defensive end"
Every player that becomes available on the waiver wire is seemingly always connected to the Eagles. Whether that be from legitimate reports or from an eccentric Eagles Twitter member, whichever player is available is an Eagles target. It’s easy to get caught up in the “brand name” players that become available and imagine them on […]Read more "Seven players who may be destined to join the Eagles during their careers"
It was an offseason of change for the Eagles’ wide receiver corps. An infusion of youth was injected into the veins of a position that had endured a season of injuries and a severe lack of production from its biggest names. The Eagles went heavy on adding speed and explosiveness to the group throughout the […]Read more "Pederson confident in Eagles’ receivers after a strong Summer"
The Philadelphia Eagles announced their first official 53-man roster for the 2020 season and on it were some names that Eagles fans may be less-than-familiar with. A player among those numbers that may come as a surprise to some is 7th round rookie Casey Toohill out of Stanford. Now part of a roster with a […]Read more "What Eagles rookie Casey Toohill brings to the 53-man roster"