According to Field Yates, the Philadelphia Eagles are bringing in a familiar name for a workout. That man is RB Jordan Howard. Ian Rapoport later followed up by saying that Howard will be joining the team’s practice squad following a successful COVID-19 test. Howard was recently waived by the Dolphins after a dismal season where […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles bringing back former RB Jordan Howard"
The NFL Trade Deadline is just a few days away and Sunday’s results could be the needle movers for many NFL franchises. Nobody really knows whether the Eagles should be buyers or sellers, but everyone expects them to be active. With that in mind, here are five trades that make sense ahead of Tuesday’s deadline. […]Read more "Five trades the Eagles should consider making before the Trade Deadline"
The 1-4-1 Eagles are now 0.5 games behind the Cowboys after the Cardinals win over the Dallas team on Monday night. Up next, a Thursday night date with the 1-5 New York Giants. The Giants got their first win last week versus the Washington team, moving them one game behind the Cowboys for the division […]Read more "Know Your Eagles Enemy: The New York Giants"
The Eagles are only a half-game out of first place after the Cardinals dismantled the Dallas Cowboys on Monday night. CBS’ Jason La Canfora reported early Sunday that Howie Roseman will be aggressive at the deadline in an attempt to win a very bad division: “Howie is on the prowl already,” one rival general manager […]Read more "Ten players the Eagles could target at the trade deadline"
Free agency kicks off in a little under two weeks and the wheels are already in motion for the Philadelphia Eagles. Jason Peters has been handed his fate, while reports of the team’s interest in names like Byron Jones continue to snowball. But among the 20 pending free agents from last year’s team, there are […]Read more "Three under-the-radar free agents the Eagles should absolutely bring back"
The Philadelphia Eagles have every right to feel confident about the running back position heading into the 2020 offseason. Their second-round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, Miles Sanders, looked the part of a star in the making after finishing his rookie campaign with 1,327 yards from scrimmage and six total touchdowns. Boston Scott also […]Read more "Jordan Howard could still be a part of the Eagles’ plans at RB"
The Eagles backfield has transformed drastically over the course of the last six months. After drafting Miles Sanders and trading a sixth-round pick for Jordan Howard, the run-game looked to be a priority heading into the new season. The good news is, that was absolutely the case, with the rushing attack well and truly rejuvenated […]Read more "What does the future hold for Eagles RB Jordan Howard?"
With the 2019 season now behind us, the Eagles front office will have plenty of work to do over the coming months. The team needs to embrace the youth movement that was started on the offensive side of the ball, while figuring out if the same theme should be applied on defense. Pederson’s offense relied […]Read more "Eagles free agency stay or go: Offense edition"
As things stand, 21 players from the Philadelphia Eagles’ 2019 roster are set to enter the free agency pool. Some will be offered new deals, while others will be allowed to walk gracefully out of the NovaCare Complex doors. But which players will cause Howie and company the most stress when it comes to deciding […]Read more "A look at the five toughest decisions facing the Eagles ahead of free agency"
The Eagles may be struggling to find snug fits at wide receiver position, but it seems they may have struck gold with their rejuivinated backfield. The Eagles wanted a young running back that would be cost-effective for the next 4 years but also be a playmaker in an offense that has struggled with finding consistency […]Read more "Offseason outlook: An early look at the Eagles running back picture"