Barring a free agent signing or trade, the Eagles are set to roll with Matt Pryor at right guard to replace the recently injured Brandon Brooks. Side note, you would have never thought Brooks just tore his Achilles: Two days after announcing his Achilles tear, Brandon Brooks is doing jiujitsu training while wearing a boot. […]Read more "Should the Eagles pursue a trade for Joe Thuney?"
After Brandon Brooks announced that he had torn his Achilles tendon earlier this week, discussions were ripe surrounding potential replacements. Brooks has proven he’s a borderline superhuman, but suffering the injury in June makes a heroic comeback for the upcoming season unrealistic. Replacing an elite guard certainly isn’t easy, but after Doug Pederson stated he’d […]Read more "Eagles have no reason to doubt Jeff Stoutland in grooming Brooks’ replacement"
Jason Peters is going to be a Hall of Famer when he eventually retires. An undrafted free agent out of Arkansas, Peters was originally a tight end out of college. His move to Right Tackle, and eventually Left Tackle, would make him one of the more athletic offensive linemen in the league. Nine Pro Bowls, […]Read more "What should the Eagles do with Jason Peters?"
The Eagles signed Isaac Seumalo to a 3-year extension this week, which led many to question what went into the decision. A look at the film tells you all you need to know… The following breakdown of Seumalo’s signing is taken from our article published earlier today: READ MORE: https://phillysportsnetwork.com/2019/03/05/a-18/ If we turn back the […]Read more "Was Isaac Seumalo the most underrated Eagle in 2018? | Eagles Film Room"
If there’s one sentiment we can take from the last few weeks, it’s that ‘building through the trenches’ isn’t just a means to sustaining success, it’s a lifestyle for the Eagles. Jason Kelce, Brandon Graham and Isaac Seumalo have all been rewarded with new contracts for their efforts, but it’s the last name who may […]Read more "Isaac Seuamlo’s extension could turn out to be Eagles most impactful offseason move"
With one half of the NFL regular season in the books, it’s safe to say the Eagles offensive line hasn’t been drawing the praise it was one year ago. The 63 quarterback hits allowed by the Stoutland’s group is more than 30 other NFL teams, while their 26 sacks rank them as low as 26th […]Read more "Eagles offensive line depth was tested against Jacksonville and passed with flying colors"
The career of Isaac Seumalo has been a rollercoaster so far. Drafted in the third round during 2016, the former Oregon State lineman has taken a while to find his feet in Philadelphia and a sticky offseason led to a complete 90-degree turn when it came to his development. But as the heart of the […]Read more "After a rough offseason, Eagles faith in Isaac Seumalo is beginning to pay off"
OTA’s are always an exciting period. With 90 players all vying to make strong impressions on the coaching staff, there is always bound to be plenty of surprises along the way. An early eyebrow raiser this year comes from an unlikely place, the offensive line. Last season, the Eagles offensive front earned a reputation as […]Read more "Eagles haven’t given up on Isaac Seumalo & recent move to center may finally ignite his young career"
Preparations for the NFL Draft are fully underway, with the calm before the storm setting in. By this point, team needs seem to be locked in place, at least for the most part. For the reigning Super Bowl champions, being meticulous is part of the culture instilled from the top down. However with all the […]Read more "There’s still one overlooked need on the Philadelphia Eagles roster that should become a draft priority"
The season may finish in the same vein it started for the Philadelphia Eagles, at least as far as the Left Guard position is concerned. The year opened up with a seeming committee based effort between Stefen Wisniewski, Isaac Seumalo and Chance Warmack. It would be the former Jaguar who came out on top, but […]Read more "Eagles may well have a Left Guard competition on their hands as season draws to a close"