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"
The Eagles announced on Thursday that RB Boston Scott has signed his exclusive-rights tender. This means that because the team has offered him a one-year contract at a league minimum, that no other team can pursue him, giving Scott a very easy decision. He joins Alex Singleton and Greg Ward Jr. as pending ERFA’s to […]Read more "Eagles bring back RB Boston Scott on exclusive rights tender"
Cameron McGrone started his NFL journey in Indianapolis, Indiana at Lawrence Central High School. He tore his ACL early on in his high school career and only played 7 games as a senior, recording 84 tackles and 4 sacks, That was enough for Michigan to offer him a place and the rest was history. He was pushed […]Read more "Eagles Draft Profile: Getting to know Cameron McGrone"
Born in Columbus, Mississippi, Kylin Hill started his journey to the NFL at Columbus High School where he won The Commercial Dispatch Offensive Player of the Year award in both his junior and senior years. Hill decided to stay close to home when he committed to Mississippi State in 2017 and after a great true […]Read more "Eagles Draft Profile: Getting to know Kylin Hill"
The 2021 NFL Draft hasn’t even started. Already, the Eagles have done to their lone QB on the roster, the same thing they did to their previous starter. They have already failed Jalen Hurts. Last Monday, the Eagles had the sixth overall pick. They would, in theory, have their pick of either the most transcendent […]Read more "Have the Eagles already failed Jalen Hurts by trading the 6th overall pick?"
Hamsah Nasirildeen attended Concord High School in North Carolina and was an absolute stud from day 1. He played safety, linebacker, tight end, and wide receiver for their football team. During his junior year, he made 85 tackles, 5 interceptions, 2 forced fumbles, broke up seven passes, and also caught 35 passes for 634 yards on offense. As […]Read more "Eagles Draft Profile: Getting to know Hamsah Nasirildeen"
The Eagles made a big move on Friday as they traded the 6th overall pick in favor of moving back to 12th overall. There are plenty of mixed feelings that follow a blockbuster like this, but the most important question of all has QB Jalen Hurts at the epicenter. Just the beginning Is Jalen Hurts […]Read more "What does yesterday’s blockbuster trade mean for Eagles QB Jalen Hurts?"
Born in Houston Texas, Jaelon Darden started out at Eisenhower High School before committing to the University of North Texas. During his 4 years, Darden broke all kinds of records such as the record for most receptions in school history with 230. He was named to the First team All-Conference USA in 2019, a Consensus […]Read more "Eagles Draft Profiles: Getting to know Jaelon Darden"
Tamorrion Terry was born in Ashburn, Georgia and after a high-school career at Turner County High School, he committed to Florida State University. Terry redshirted his first year at FSU and then broke the freshman receiving record with 744 yards for 8 touchdowns. Terry broke out in his redshirt sophomore year in 2019 and it was […]Read more "Eagles Draft Profiles: Getting to know Tamorrion Terry"