The first wave of free agency crashed the shores in full force this past week; the Eagles getting into the mix after day one. The team added some talented pieces to their defense and retained the top two performers in the secondary from last year and some promising young depth pieces. Despite saying goodbye to […]Read more "Two early Eagles Signings that flew under the radar"
It’s been a busy week for the Philadelphia Eagles. Hard at work to fortify the roster ahead of the NFL Draft, the team opted to go all-in on prying star cornerback Darius Slay from the Detroit Lions, making him the highest-paid player at his position. Slay joins the Eagles on a three-year deal and wasted […]Read more "Darius Slay will wear #24 for the Eagles in honor of Kobe Bryant"
Releasing Mack Hollins might end up being the Eagles’ most applauded decision of 2019. The former fourth-round pick was worryingly unproductive this season, in a year where the Eagles desperately needed to step up in wake of an injury crisis. But with a quarter of the season remaining, the Eagles only have four wide receivers. […]Read more "Do the Eagles need to find a replacement for Mack Hollins?"
The Eagles announced a contract extension today, but it probably wasn’t for a player you’d expect. Long snapper Rick Lovato made sure his long-term future is in the City of Brotherly Love on Tuesday, signing a four-year contract extension. Lovato and kicker Jake Elliott signed one-year deals this past offseason, meaning that Elliott will still […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles sign long snapper to four-year extension"
After losing DeSean Jackson for the next six weeks, the Eagles were left in a tricky spot. With a lack of production already haunting the wide receiver position and the trade deadline now behind them, they turned to an old friend. Former second-round pick Jordan Matthews. What does this mean for the team moving forward? […]Read more "Instant analysis: The Eagles officially bring back Jordan Matthews"
According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the Eagles have signed CB Cre’Von LeBlanc to a one-year contract extension. LeBlanc suffered a foot injury during Training Camp that ripped the rug from under him. The 24-year old started the Summer with eyes on a potential starting nickel role after closing out the 2018 season in impressive […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles sign Cre’Von LeBlanc to one-year contract extension"
After releasing veteran LB Paul Worrilow yesterday, the Eagles have started off their week by signing someone to take his place. Worley went undrafted last year and landed with the Bengals. While most of his time was spent on the practice squad, the 6’2, 238 lbs linebacker was called up later in the year, appearing […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles sign former Bengals linebacker"
Thursday, the Eagles made their highly-anticipated 2019 NFL preseason debut against the Tennessee Titans. As is often the case in preseason matchups, the health of the players takes precedence over the final score. Unfortunately for the Eagles, they weren’t able to completely dodge the injury bug. Backup QB Nate Sudfeld landed awkwardly on his non-throwing […]Read more "Are the Eagles the right team to facilitate Colin Kaepernick’s NFL return?"
Since joining the Eagles during a time of dire need, Captain Cre’Von has rapidly become a fan favorite. From being tasked with shutting down Odell Beckham Jr in the final moments of a tense encounter with the Giants, to his beautiful interception against the New Orleans Saints, LeBlanc has passed all tests with flying colors. […]Read more "Report: Eagles CB Cre’Von LeBlanc could be out until November"
After the Jonathan Cyprien bombshell earlier, the Eagles officially confirmed a move of a different kind. Waiving UDFA LB Joey Alfieri, the Eagles signed former Chiefs and Jags TE Alex Ellis in a corresponding move. Ellis was on the Chiefs roster last season after stints with the Jags, Titans, and Saints. The former UDFA out […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles sign former Chiefs TE and waive a linebacker"