We are now under two weeks away from the NFL Draft. A lot has changed since the beginning of the offseason for the Philadelphia Eagles, including their priorities when it comes to next week’s event. Here are the five positions and roles the team should be putting at the top of their shopping list ahead […]Read more "Eagles Draft watch: Ranking the team’s top five needs after free agency"
Free agency was always going to be quiet for the Philadelphia Eagles. Outside of the blockbuster Carson Wentz trade the cap-strapped franchise was unable to really go star-shopping this offseason. They did make a couple of key signings however and it’s safe to say that their draft plans have been altered. Safety Gained: Anthony Harris […]Read more "Eagles Draft watch: How free agency has impacted the team’s priorities"
The Eagles made a surprising free agency splash last week, bringing in former VIkings linebacker Eric Wilson. The 26-year-old was expected to be snapped up within the opening couple of days of free agency and to a much more expensive deal. Somehow, he wound up in Philadelphia on a one-year contract worth $3.2M. On the […]Read more "Eric Wilson will have a bigger impact on the Eagles defense than you think"
The Eagles have a very young and inexperienced linebacker corps but arguably one that is loaded with unharnessed potential. From undrafted heroes like Alex Singleton and T.J Edwards, to last year’s draft selections in Davion Taylor and Shaun Bradley, there’s certainly a lot of upside for new defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon to play with. But […]Read more "What does Eric Wilson’s arrival mean for the other Eagles linebackers?"
According to NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo, the Eagles have signed former Vikings linebacker Eric WIlson. Here is all you need to know. Eric WIlson will turn 27 when the new season starts and is entering the prime of his career. With that in mind, it’s beyond encouraging that he’s coming off of a stellar campaign […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles sign former Vikings LB Eric Wilson to a one-year deal"
Master Teague started his football career playing high school football at Blackman High School in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Teague was a 4 star recruit by the end of his time there and was ranked the 8th and 11th best running back by Rivals and 247Sports respectively. Teague then committed to Ohio State in 2017 and went on to have a […]Read more "Eagles Draft Watch: Getting to know Master Teague"
Nick Bolton was born in Frisco, Texas, where he attended Lone Star High School. Bolton put up 111 tackles and one interception in his junior season and went on to amass 130 tackles and 5 interceptions in his senior year. He then committed to the University of Missouri, where he had a brilliant 3-year career. […]Read more "Eagles Draft Watch: Getting to know Nick Bolton"
This year’s NFL offseason is pulling no punches when it comes to headlines. The Carolina Panthers started their week with a blockbuster trade for Jets QB Sam Darnold. Both teams retain their first-round selections, altering the landscape of the top-10 picks fairly substantially. What does this mean for the Eagles? A minor quibble for the […]Read more "How are the Eagles impacted by the Sam Darnold trade?"
The son of former NFL defensive end Alex Molden, Elijah Molden started his journey to the NFL at West Linn High School in Oregon. During his time there, he played both cornerback and running back and would later commit to the University of Washington. Molden went on to have a great 4-year career with the […]Read more "Eagles Draft Profile: Getting to know Elijah Molden"
Is there a more polarizing position for the Eagles than linebacker? Well, maybe the one under center. But for years, Eagles fans have been drinking their feelings because of the linebacker play. Are those years of misery over? Shaun Bradley certainly hopes so. The young linebackers showed a lot of promise last year. We know of […]Read more "Shaun Bradley opens up on what life is like as an Eagles linebacker"