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"
“Just stay together and just finish the game.” That was the advice given from Doug Pederson to Carson Wentz before he walked out on the field for a crucial fourth-quarter drive. The Eagles did exactly that and in a game that was slowly beginning to show signs of yet another offensive collapse, they got the […]Read more "The Eagles avoided slipping into old habits against the Bears"
It’s been an unusual rookie season for Miles Sanders. The Eagles running back has flashed the highest of highs, but they’ve mostly been overshadowed by errors and teething problems. Those concerns were put to rest on Sunday, at least, for now. Sanders entered the week eight matchup against Buffalo averaging 3.5 yards per carry, ranking […]Read more "Eagles running back Miles Sanders is beginning to hit his stride"
The trade deadline is a little over 24 hours away and after a big-win over the Bills, the Eagles sit at 4-4 with the NFC East title firmly within reach. Should they be buyers at the deadline? Here’s a whilestop guide to the perfect framework for Howie Roseman and co. Pursue a team-need The Eagles […]Read more "Three steps to a perfect Eagles trade deadline"
2018 was a rollercoaster for the Eagles offense. Carson Wentz would miss the opening two games of the season, efficiency would be sporadic, and the Eagles traded for Golden Tate at the deadline, adding a third slot receiver to the team and prompting Mike Groh’s infamous quote about it being difficult to implement him. For […]Read more "Mike Groh got a pass last year, but Eagles OC may be on the hot seat"
Dan Graziano of ESPN has predicted that the Eagles are likely to trade up in the 2019 NFL Draft. That hasn’t happened since the 2016 draft, when the Eagles traded five picks to the Cleveland Browns for the number two selection to draft some guy named Carson Wentz. The Eagles are currently looking at pick […]Read more "On the move: Five trade-up scenarios that benefit the Eagles"
We are just a few weeks away from the first day of the NFL Draft (April 25) and every team is doing their due diligence on prospective draftees by bringing them in for pre-draft visits. These visits are arranged to see if the prospect meshes well with the coaching staff and to judge the player’s […]Read more "Do the Eagles “tip their hand” with pre-draft visits?"
In a podcast first, Liam Jenkins BREAKS NEWS alongside discussing how the Eagles can break the NFL with a bold decision in this year’s draft. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR PODCAST ON iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-outside-insider-podcast/id1120847683?mt=2 Liam JenkinsLiam is a 24-year old sports journalist from the UK and founder of the Philly Sports Network. In just five years he […]Read more "LISTEN | Live reaction to Michael Bennett trade & How Eagles can break the NFL"
2018 wasn’t the most dominant for the Eagles offensive front. The opening few games were plagued by errors, inefficiencies and play that just wasn’t the norm for a unit that was named the league’s most impressive during their Super Bowl winning campaign. Things eventually settled and the line started tearing through defensive fronts at a […]Read more "Is replenishing the offensive line really a key need for the Eagles?"
In what’s been an oddly quiet week, Liam Jenkins is joined by 94.WIP’s Eliot Shorr-Parks to answer all of the Eagles biggest questions in order to spice things up a little. Strap yourselves in for a wild ride! SUBSCRIBE ON ITUNES https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-outside-insider-podcast/id1120847683?mt=2 STITCHER https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/philly-sports-network/the-outside-insider Also available on iHeartRadio Liam JenkinsLiam […]Read more "LISTEN: Answering the biggest offseason questions facing the Eagles with Eliot Shorr-Parks"