When the Eagles cleaned house this past offseason, they fired every single positional coach on offense with the exception of two. One was Jeff Stoutland, an offensive line coach whose work since joining the Eagles can be seen as nothing short of magical. The other was WR Coach Aaron Moorehead. This came as a slight […]Read more "Eagles may finally have a long-term plan at wide receiver"
The Philadelphia Eagles came away from the NFL Draft with a new face in their receivers room. That man is Heisman winner DeVonta Smith and his presence alone should be enough to boost confidence in a position that previously had little to be excited about. But how does his arrival impact the depth chart? A […]Read more "What does the Eagles WR depth chart look like after the NFL Draft?"
If we rewind a little over a year ago, Howie Roseman stood at the podium and appeared to take accountability for draft mistakes and an inability to separate personal relationships from logical business decisions. Then came the 2020 offseason. Jason Peters came back (again), the Eagles went all-in on speed, and the draft class, for […]Read more "Has Howie Roseman finally had a change of heart about the NFL Draft?"
Alabama is known for its ability to develop wide receivers. Henry Ruggs, Jerry Jeudy, and Calvin Ridley are just three names to burst into the first round after excelling with the Crimson Tide. While they aforementioned were all working and dazzling on Saturdays, there were two names being recruited. One of those was Eagles draft […]Read more "DeVonta Smith is ready to finish what he started with Jalen Hurts"
It’s an unfamiliar feeling in Philly this evening — a sigh of relief. After years of questionable or hopeful selections, the pit in the stomach of Eagles fans everywhere has lifted, at least for the time being. Sitting with the 12th overall pick in hand after trading down from 6th, Philadelphia traded back up to […]Read more "Trading up for DeVonta Smith helped Eagles win the first round of the Draft"
After being drafted 21st overall by the Philadelphia Eagles last year, expectations were high for TCU’s Jalen Reagor, just as they were for the rest of the team. The speedy wideout looked to be the missing piece in Doug Pederson’s offense and finally give Carson Wentz a consistent burner. That ultimately didn’t pan out for […]Read more "It’s time to talk about Jalen Reagor, social media, & weight of expectation"
The Philadelphia Eagles made a blockbuster trade today by sending the sixth overall pick and a fifth-round selection to Miami in exchange for a first-rounder next year, and both the 12th overall pick and a fourth-rounder this year. With the dust beginning to settle, it’s time to look at the major winners and losers from […]Read more "Biggest winners & losers from today’s blockbuster Eagles trade"
The big news today is that JuJu Smith-Schuster is returning to the Steelers on a one-year deal. ESPN’s Adam Schefter would follow up by stating that he chose to take less money and stay in Pittsburgh, before alluding to the fact that both the Ravens and Eagles were in on the USC product. This is […]Read more "Report: Eagles offered JuJu Smith-Schuster a multi-year deal"
For the first time since his appointment as Eagles Head Coach, Nick Sirianni met with reporters to discuss every twist and turn of the offseason so far. The Elephant in the room was predictably Jalen Hurts and how he’s viewed by the team. Sirianni’s response, when asked about how he might build around the potential […]Read more "Did Nick Sirianni reveal the Eagles offseason blueprint in Thursday’s presser?"
For the first time since being announced as the Head Coach of the Philadelphia Eagles, Nick Sirianni met with reporters to help ring in the new league year. It’s hard to forget his first-ever presser as an Eagle. Wrongly ridiculed on social media for stuttering and struggling to find his words, it painted a picture […]Read more "It’s impossible to hate new Eagles Head Coach Nick Sirianni"