The Eagles announced that they have waived wide receiver Khalil Tate on Monday evening, just one day before he was set to report to Training Camp. Tate was an interesting prospect coming out of college. At 6-foot-1, 213 pounds, he was a quarterback predominantly known for his running ability. In fact, he was of the […]Read more "Eagles waive UDFA wide receiver one day before Training Camp"
Carson Wentz defenders are quick to bring up the most alarming stat of the 2019 season for the Philadelphia Eagles. Injuries, confusion, confidence, and just plain ole’ incompetence were among the many reasons for the Philadelphia Eagles wideouts struggling in 2019. With training camp coming up in less than two weeks, the outlook on the […]Read more "Last season’s Achilles Heel could be a big strength in 2020 for the Eagles"
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"
The Eagles have built a Super Bowl-caliber team on paper but many questions still remain. How will injuries impact the team this season? Who will step up from the WR group? What will the offense look like now that there are so many voices in the offensive coordinator room? There are several players that will […]Read more "5 Eagles who will be crucial to a Super Bowl run in 2020"
This offseason has been a transformative one for the Eagles wide receiver room. Nelson Agholor was released and three speedy wideouts were added through the draft, along with a trade for Marquise Goodwin. The need for speed was certainly quenched, but where does this leave JJ Arcega-Whiteside? The 57th overall selection one year ago endured […]Read more "Eagles’ offseason could be exactly what JJ Arcega-Whiteside needed"
There is no way to sugarcoat it: Second-round pick J.J Arcega-Whiteside had a rough first season with the Philadelphia Eagles. Whenever thinking of JJ, most people think of his disappointing stats and this play: The 57th overall selection in the 2019 draft out of Stanford was known for one thing – Physicality. He became renowned […]Read more "Putting perspective on J.J. Arcega-Whiteside’s rookie season with the Eagles"
It’s Draft week. The waiting is finally over and the finishing touches on nearly a year of hard work are being gently worked on by all 32 NFL teams. But instead of focusing on what the Eagles should do this year, here are five things they shouldn’t. Complacency Much has been said of Roseman’s drafting […]Read more "Five things the Eagles need to avoid in this year’s NFL Draft"
The hype surrounding this year’s NFL Draft is snowballing and for Eagles fans, there’s one position in particular that continues to flood newsfeeds, timelines, and dreams on a nightly basis. It’s been a long time since we’ve seen a wide receiver class this deep. The names that could gracefully fall into the laps of Howie […]Read more "Before the Eagles can target a star receiver at pick 21, they need to solve this problem"
We’ve all heard the noise by now. Over the last few years, Howie Roseman hasn’t exactly had a glowing track record when it comes to drafting outside of a few big names. Admittedly, the Draft is a total roulette where finding value is just as likely as missing on a prospect. But while Roseman has […]Read more "Maybe ‘poor drafting’ wasn’t a problem for the Eagles after all"
There’s no denying that the Eagles wide receiver position is set for a shakeup this offseason. The need for speed that has only grown in each season since Pederson’s arrival is now at an all-time high and there is a strong chance the Eagles will want to start a clean slate in 2020. If we […]Read more "Eagles’ faith in Arcega-Whiteside will shape the future of the WR position"