It’s a tradition as old as time. Some call them their best friend, others claim them as their siblings. You know what I’m talking about. Its the same old game plan that every guy has when they’re heading out for the night in hopes to meet someone. You don’t just call anybody to go with […]Read more "It’s time for the Eagles to find Carson Wentz a wingman at wide receiver"
Apart of sixteen roster transactions since initially signing with Philly as an UDFA in 2017- being waived by the team accounting for the bulk of them- quarterback-turned-receiver Greg Ward was hardly a blip on the radar in the NFL arena coming into the season. A former collegiate star at the University of Houston, Ward began […]Read more "Practice has made perfect for Eagles WR Greg Ward"
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?"
It’s been a bumpy year for the 5-4 Philadelphia Eagles. They may sit at the top of the NFC East, tied with the Dallas Cowboys, but there’s been more noise and adversity than the team have arguably ever faced under Doug Pederson’s guidance. But hrough all the unrest and turmoil, there’s been one common thread […]Read more "Eagles need to place an emphasis on finding stability at WR coach"
The addition of Jordan Matthews should be the first domino to fall in the process of “rebuilding” the Eagles’ wide receiver corps. While the Birds are still in the hunt for playoff contention this season, they need to subtly focus on the offseason as well. The team came into the season with high expectations due […]Read more "Pressure is mounting on Eagles receivers with just seven games remaining"
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 Jimmy Kempski, the Eagles brought in a familiar face for a workout today. That man was Jordan Matthews and this should come as no surprise. DeSean Jackson underwent surgery today and may be out for the remainder of the season and the struggles across the board at wide receiver have been well documented. […]Read more "Report: Eagles bring in Jordan Matthews for a workout"
The Eagles have a wide receiver problem. Well, they have several. After DeSean Jackson ripped his previously torn abdominal muscle from the bone against the Chicago Bears, the veteran had to undergo surgery that would sideline him for around 6 weeks. Jackson had not played a single snap after his 154-yard breakout in week 1 […]Read more "What should the Eagles do at wide receiver?"
Third time lucky, right? It’s a saying I find my self saying that phrase quite a lot in everyday life, but there’s one Eagles wideout who will be crossing his fingers that the old adage rings true. That man is Greg Ward Jr, who is now preparing for his third preseason with the Philadelphia Eagles […]Read more "Eagles WR Greg Ward Jr. looking to prove that ‘third time’s the charm’ in 2019"
With training camp only days away, the Eagles enter a season full of bold expectations. To some, this team is more talented than the 2017 Super Bowl Champs but as for others, their expectations for this team have them yelling that it’s Super Bowl or bust for the Eagles. Playoffs are pretty far away and […]Read more "Is Eagles WR JJ Arcega-Whiteside destined for an explosive rookie year?"