In a very swift turn of events, it looks as though the Eagles can finally breathe a sigh of relief when it comes to the left tackle position. Jason Peters has agreed to not only slide outside to his old stomping ground, but will do so without the cheeky demand of a pay rise. Andre […]Read more "Jason Peters will play LT for Eagles without receiving a new contract"
With roster cuts well underway, the Eagles are still actively seeking for ways to strengthen their roster. Perhaps the most obvious way of doing so right now would be to solidify the left tackle position. The good news is, Howie Roseman looks keen on doing so. The team worked out veteran tackle Cordy Glenn today, […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles work out free agent offensive tackle"
After 12 practices of highs, lows, and injury scares, the Eagles will conclude training camp behind closed doors. One week is all that separates players on the roster bubble from finding out if they’ve done enough to make the team, or will be searching for a new home. Here’s a position-by-position look at the Eagles’ […]Read more "A position-by-position look at the Eagles roster bubble"
The Eagles ended their series of 12 practices open to the media by taking to Lincoln Financial Field. Here is everything you need to know from Sunday’s action. The Elephant in the room There were two main injury updates for the Eagles today. The first was that franchise QB Carson Wentz is currently day-to-day with […]Read more "What we learned in Sunday’s Eagles’ training camp practice"
The Eagles headed inside to the NovaCare Complex today due to rain for another Training Camp practice. Here’s everything you need to know from a Saturday in the team’s bubbly building. Jason Peters stomps his feet The biggest takeaway from today’s action was that Jason Peters is not a happy bunny. After Andre Dillard’s injury, […]Read more "Five takeaways from today’s Eagles training camp practice"
A once-dominant offensive line has been thrown into total disarray for the Eagles. Andre Dillard is out for the season and Jason Peters, who had been re-signed to play right guard, was assumed to move back to his old home at left tackle. At least, that was until he stomped his feet and folded his […]Read more "Should the Eagles give in to the contract demands of Jason Peters?"
For years, the Eagles spent draft capital on players who may not have been the most athletic but produced for their respective colleges. If you’ve read my work in the past, you know I love the Relative Athletic Scores system that Kent Lee Platte developed. I took some time to record the scores of every […]Read more "A new draft focus on athleticism will make the Eagles exciting in 2020"
The sun is shining, the grass is green, and the sound of pads thudding is filling the air once more. The Eagles are back at the NovaCare Complex for padded practices. Here’s everything you need to know from the opening day of a hotly anticipated phase of training camp. Roster move The Eagles started the […]Read more "What we learned in Eagles’ first padded practice of 2020"
In case you’re a normal functioning human and don’t spend most of your days worrying about Philadelphia sports teams, the Eagles are in a slightly tricky spot. They may have $24M in cap space ahead of the upcoming season, but they’ll be $84M over the cap by the time the 2021 season starts. With a […]Read more "How the Eagles can erase their terrifying 2021 Salary Cap troubles"
The Eagles are scheduled to start their Training Camp tomorrow. The rest of the Country is looking to the NFL for a response after a COVID-19 outbreak derailed the MLB season just days into its opening. For the Eagles, it’s business as usual down at the NovaCare Complex, where Doug Pederson held a zoom conference […]Read more "Four things we learned in Doug Pederson’s press conference"