It’s weird isn’t it? I wrote an almost identical article one year ago this week under very different circumstances. Back then, the Eagles allowed Michael Bennett and Chris Long to walk into free agency, losing a ton of production in the process. The additions brought in to replace the two veterans simply didn’t live up […]Read more "Have the Eagles done enough at defensive end this offseason?"
We’re just over 24 hours way from the 2020 NFL Draft, so it’s time to put the cherry on our Mock Draft cake. We’ve posted countless mocks over the last few months, but we decided to bring our entire Eagles team together for one big super-mock, giving each writer a random pick! Here’s how it […]Read more "The ultimate Eagles Mock Draft: Double-dipping and box-ticking"
Vinny Curry’s spot is open, Derek Barnett’s future with the team is not guaranteed, Brandon Graham won’t be here forever, and who knows if Shareef Miller will ever contribute? Although Josh Sweat looked the part and will likely be a full-time starter in 2021 if he progresses to year 3 as he did to year […]Read more "Ranking the top-15 defensive end prospects who may interest the Eagles"
Diving into the defensive side of the ball, the Eagles have a number of positions they could address in the draft. At what time during the draft, and which position they will target first is anyone’s guess. So, why not spend a little time examining every position. From defensive tackle to safety, here are the […]Read more "The Eagles best draft options at every defensive position"
The free agency storms have settled and all eyes are now turning to the NFL Draft. But as teams finalize their big boards under unique circumstances that is going to limit the usual intake of information, the trade market is beginning to ripen. ‘It’s better the Devil you know, than the Devil you don’t’ is […]Read more "Report: Trade market heating up for Eagles CB Rasul Douglas"
According to Pro Football Talk, the Philadelphia Eagles are shopping cornerback Rasul Douglas. This isn’t really all that surprising. Sul’ has sort of become the ‘odd one out’ of the Eagles cornerback corps. Every other corner on the roster is 6’0 or below and outside of Darius Slay, all have slot experience or are better […]Read more "Has Rasul Douglas become the Eagles’ odd-man-out at CB?"
Day 2 of legal tampering was a pretty big one for the Philadelphia Eagles. We saw Malcolm Jenkins leave, Jalen Mills and Rodney McLeod return and then we saw the departure of Jordan Howard to the Miami Dolphins.The question to ask now, is who do the Eagles bring in to replace the hole left behind […]Read more "Six potential running backs who could replace Jordan Howard in Eagles backfield"
The Eagles are starting off day two of the legal tampering window with a slightly surprising decision. Quarterback Nate Sudfeld has signed a one-year deal with the team and will provisionally become the primary backup to Carson Wentz. The Eagles tendered Sudfeld a one-year contract last year and at the time, it was the obvious […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles bring back QB Nate Sudfeld"
“We did not want to lose him.” That’s what a source from the Vanderbilt football program said to me Monday night when asked about new Eagles wide receivers coach Aaron Moorehead. After coach Derek Mason dismissed his offensive coordinator Gerry Gdowski, Moorehead’s position was one they did not want to replace: “After two coordinator searches […]Read more "Eagles receivers are in good hands with new coach Aaron Moorehead"
One day after releasing former Vikings Safety Andrew Sendejo, the Eagles have signed…former Vikings safety Marcus Epps. The two were released at an almost identical time so in essence, it’s almost like a trade. The Eagles will regain a fourth-round compensatory pick in next year’s NFL Draft due to the release of Andrew Sendejo, and […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles sign former Vikings Safety"