After a rollercoaster week of Eagles news, there appears to be a positive story brewing on the defensive side of things. Former Browns DE Genard Avery is being moved to linebacker, according to Rischad Whitfield, better known as ‘The Footwork King’. Whitfield has worked with several Eagles players over the past few years. Darius Slay […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles plan on moving DE Genard Avery to linebacker"
A little over six months ago, life was relatively simple along the Eagles’ offensive line. Andre Dillard was poised to finally take over from Jason Peters and former seventh-round pick Jordan Mailata was being groomed as a backup. Then the summer happened. Dillard suffered a season-ending bicep injury during camp having spent most of it […]Read more "Jordan Mailata continues to force himself into Eagles starting LT conversation"
It’s no secret that the Eagles’ success over the latter half of last season and the beginning of this season has come from players who originated on the Eagles’ or other teams’ practice squads. With the Eagles’ injury list getting longer by the minute, it’s plausible to speculate that they will start poking around to […]Read more "13 Practice squad gems who the Eagles could be looking to poach"
Well, the Eagles finally did it. They clawed their way to win #1 of the season and did so against an intimidating Niners team. While the offense continued to play handicapped, it was the defensive line that shined the brightest in the Bay Area. Now, the Eagles are heading to Pittsburgh before they start their […]Read more "Which Eagles players are trending up heading into week 5?"
Earlier this week, we took a deep dive into the Eagles offense to see where the group is headed after four games of the season. It’s now time to do the same for the defense. Grab your boards and markers once more – it’s report card SZN. Defensive line Believe it or not, the Eagles […]Read more "Quarterly report card: How does the Eagles defense look after four games?"
We are officially 25% of the way through the 2020 NFL season. It feels like only yesterday that we were arguing which wide receiver the Eagles should pick in round 1, and instead we now find ourselves arguing about everything. The Birds are 1-2-1 through 4 games, which is not where anyone expected they’d be, […]Read more "Quarterly report card: How does the Eagles offense look after four games?"
One of the most intriguing players to watch going into the 2020 campaign was also one of the quietest headed into last weekend. That changed drastically after an explosive breakout against the Niners reminded Eagles fans just how dangerous he can be. But what comes next for Genard Avery? Acquired at last year’s trade deadline, […]Read more "Genard Avery exploded in week 4, but can he keep the fire burning?"
It feels like an eternity ago that the Eagles took a flyer on Jordan Mailata. Picked in the seventh round of the 2018 NFL Draft, Mailata stood at 6’8, 346 lbs, and brought a ridiculously athletic skillset to the table. But two years, 0 NFL snaps, and some back problems later, the experiment seemed to […]Read more "The next chapter of the Jordan Mailata experiment is off to a strong start"
Nothing worth having comes easy and for the Eagles, their first win of the 2020 season couldn’t have been much harder to come by. After an 0-2-1 start, the Eagles faced a ruthless Niners defense and a creative offense that was pushing its way back to health, while the ground beneath them crumbled. Somehow, some […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles underdogs shine in huge win over Niners"
We’re waiting (anxiously) all day for Sunday Night! The Eagles are under 24-hours away from a clash with the San Francisco 49ers and it’s one that is filled with reasons to be concerned. However, there are a few beacons of hope. Here are five bold predictions for tonight’s game. All along the Eagles Hightowers 2 […]Read more "Five bold Eagles predictions ahead of SNF showdown with 49ers"