It feels like only yesterday that the Eagles caused everyone to raise their eyebrows with the drafting of Jordan Mailata. Picked in the seventh round of the 2018 NFL Draft, Mailata stood at 6’8, 346 lbs, and brought a ridiculously athletic skillset to the table. But two years, 0 NFL snaps, and some back problems […]Read more "Could a move inside to guard keep the Jordan Mailata experiment alive?"
After Chris Long came out and stated that if he was ever to officially retire from Football, he’d want to do so as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles, it got me thinking. Who are going to be the next five players to hang up the cleats as a member of the organization? Honorable mention: […]Read more "Five players next most likely to retire as an Eagle"
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"
Doug Pederson met with the media on Tuesday morning to discuss all things Eagles and the current state of affairs. Here are six things we learned. Brandon Brooks Obviously, the first topic addressed was last night’s shattering news. 30-year-old right guard and 3-time Pro Bowler Brandon Brooks has torn his Achilles and will be out […]Read more "Six things we learned in Doug Pederson’s press conference"
News of a torn Achilles to Eagles RG Brandon Brooks shook the City of Brotherly Love to its core last night. Nobody really knew how to act other than to simply swallow a terribly bitter pill and ask who the next man up will be. Losing arguably the best right guard in all of Football […]Read more "Eagles may already have their replacement for Brandon Brooks"
Absolutely devastating headlines circled the Eagles news wire late Monday night as three-time Pro Bowl right guard Brandon Brooks announced he tore his Achilles and will miss the 2020 season: So I guess now that news is out yes I tore my other Achilles but when life gives you lemons you make lemonade. I’ll be […]Read more "7 best options Eagles have to replace Brandon Brooks"
The Eagles have had great play from the Left Tackle position, but do they really need the newest member to be as elite as the others to be Super Bowl contenders?Read more "The Eagles don’t need Andre Dillard to be elite right away"
At this time of year, we’d usually be discussing OTA’s, what to expect, and the players to watch. With that temporarily on hold, I decided to highlight one underdog to watch at every position once a sense of normality resumes. Quarterback Jalen Hurts This is kind of cheating because all eyes will be on the […]Read more "Non-OTA preview: One Eagles underdog to watch at every position"
Eagles Head Coach Doug Pederson virtually met with the media on Tuesday to discuss the current state of things and where exactly the Eagles go from here with regards to their offseason. Here’s everything you need to know. We’ve been here before Straight out of the gate, Pederson alluded to an instance where the NFL […]Read more "Seven takeaways from Doug Pederson’s press conference"