It’s been a rollercoaster offseason for the Eagles. A quarterback factory, some hard goodbyes, and a total coaching staff overhaul have given Philadelphia a fresh makeover. There are still some big questions that need to be answered between now and the start of the season, however. Is there enough depth on the offensive line? The […]Read more "3 biggest questions still facing the Eagles after transformative offseason"
The Eagles have had a very impressive haul this offseason at several positions. Some groups have been stacked with incredible talent while others are looking great due to their potential but what happens now to the players who stood out last season? Two practice squad heroes who stepped up when the lights got too bright […]Read more "Eagles’ 2019 practice squad heroes will need another strong summer"
J.J. Arcega-Whiteside’s rookie season didn’t exactly pan out the way many were hoping. Due to lack of opportunity and inability to separate as an NFL receiver, JJAW finished the season with a paltry stat-line and a depreciated buzz regarding his future. However, he will get a shot at redemption in his second year with Alshon […]Read more "Realistic Projections for J.J. Arcega-Whiteside’s Second Season"
In a surprising yet disappointing turn of events, 49ers running back Raheem Mostert has requested a trade. This comes on the back of an offseason where he and his agent had been pushing for a new deal that reflected his stunning breakout. The Niners stood pat however and now both Mostert and his agent would […]Read more "Should Eagles have interest in trading for Raheem Mostert?"
This is an incredibly ugly situation. Over the weekend, Eagles deep threat, DeSean Jackson posted on his Instagram, a message full of anti-Semitic messaging. Below is what he posted. A warning to those that may feel threatened: There is no place for this messaging in any part of civilization. Quoting one of the most Anti-Semitic […]Read more "Op-Ed: Eagles would be right to suspend DeSean Jackson"
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few days, you’ll know that DeSean Jackson is once again the talk of the town following some controversial Instagram posts over the 4th of July weekend. Desean Jackson and the Eagles organization have released statements on the matter, as they work towards getting the best […]Read more "Eagles teammates show support for DeSean Jackson after controversy"
It’s been a turbulent few days for Eagles wideout DeSean Jackson, who has come under heavy fire after a controversial series of anti-semitic Instagram posts including a quote that is falsely linked to Adolf Hitler. Both Jackson and the Eagles would later issue apologies leaving many to speculate what the future held for the 33-year-old […]Read more "Eagles take first steps in helping DeSean Jackson redeem himself"
For those still unaware, DeSean Jackson made some very regrettable Instagram posts over the course of the 4th of July weekend. These posts contained a photo of Louis Farrakhan, a well-known anti-semite and Nation of Islam leader, and a story including a quote (seemingly falsely) attributed to Adolf Hitler. Regardless of whether you agree or […]Read more "Should the Eagles cut DeSean Jackson over anti-semitic Instagram posts?"
Patrick Mahomes completely changed the NFL landscape on Monday, although that wouldn’t be the first time that the young Texas Tech product has done so. This time however, Mahomes is making his impact off the field. The Kansas City Chiefs have agreed to a stunning 10-year extension worth around $450M. While numbers aren’t finalized, it’s […]Read more "Mahomes’ blockbuster deal highlights Howie Roseman’s salary-cap prowess"
Coming off of yet another tragically disappointing season, the Eagles’ secondary was finally reinvented this offseason. Howie Roseman had witnessed enough and had decided to go all-in on a lockdown corner – something the team had been missing the entire Doug Pederson era. That man is 3x pro bowler Darius Slay and for the next […]Read more "Darius Slay can stop the Eagles’ bleeding against NFC East receivers"