A little under 12 months ago, the Eagles entered Training Camp with plenty of optimism and some exciting rookies. The team’s 57th overall pick that year, J.J Arcega-Whiteside, had all the makings of an Alshon 2.0 and a future starting X receiver. That was at least until the Eagles guaranteed Jeffery’s 2020 salary and essentially […]Read more "Are the Eagles making a mistake by cross-training rookies so early?"
It’s been a rollercoaster offseason for the Eagles. A quarterback factory, some hard goodbyes, and a total coaching staff overhaul have given Philadelphia a fresh makeover. There are still some big questions that need to be answered between now and the start of the season, however. Is there enough depth on the offensive line? The […]Read more "3 biggest questions still facing the Eagles after transformative offseason"
It’s been an intriguing offseason for the Eagles, but in a year of transition, one positional group has remain largely untouched – defensive end. The Eagles did draft Casey Toohill in the seventh round, but they’ve lost more than they’ve gained. Vinny Curry is still a free agent, putting even more pressure on Derek Barnett’s […]Read more "Genard Avery could be one of the Eagles’ brightest breakout candidates"
It’s 2nd & 10 and there’s 1:52 remaining in the fourth quarter in the playoff game between the Eagles and Saints. Philadelphia burst out of the gate with a Cre’Von LeBlanc interception, but a much healthier Saints team eventually caught up and surpassed the Eagles, holding a 20-14 lead. Nick Foles and the offense trotted […]Read more "What if: Alshon Jeffery never tipped that pass against the Saints?"
Going against the historical tide, the Eagles 2017 Super Bowl win proved that you do not need to spend on linebackers to win a championship. This is the rhetoric that has been pushed down the throats of whoever would listen for the last three years. It’s not to say there haven’t been plenty of teams […]Read more "Are Eagles right to avoid drafting linebackers in the early rounds?"
OTA’s should be taking place right now, but the current pandemic has forced NFL teams to think outside the box and prepare their players for a grueling summer remotely. As the new season lies on the far horizon, it’s a perfect time to look at last year’s rookie class and what’s expected of them going […]Read more "Which 2019 Eagles rookies are primed to take the biggest step in their second season?"
Believe it or not, the Eagles offseason program actually started on April 27th, which was a full week later than teams were allowed to begin. Today marks the beginning of the team’s rookie program – arguably a more important phase of the offseason. But with the NovaCare Complex adhering to government guidelines as most of […]Read more "Eagles rookie program begins today, but what exactly does that involve?"
The next edition of our ‘five things to know’ series takes a look into the story so far of former Clemson Safety K’Von Wallace. In case you missed the pieces on Jalen Reagor and John Hightower, they’re linked below. Wallace was selected in the fourth round by Philadelphia and is already being regarded as one […]Read more "Five things to know about Eagles rookie K’Von Wallace"
The 2019 Draft for the Philadelphia Eagles was highlighted by the team’s clear focus on reshaping the offense. By adding Andre Dillard, Miles Sanders, and JJ Arcega-Whiteside, the Eagles have now added three pieces that can come in an make a significant impact right away. In this article, we will take an in-depth look at […]Read more "How will Eagles rookies impact the offense in 2019?"
The NFL Draft is a rollercoaster at the best of times and the 84th edition was arguably the wildest yet. But in case you’ve been unable to keep up with everything swept up in the whirlwind, here’s everything you need to know about your 2019 Eagles Draft class. Round 1, Pick 22: Andre Dillard, OT, […]Read more "Everything you need to know about the 2019 Eagles Draft class"