The start of the new league year is almost upon us, but the Eagles have wasted no time in getting down to business. Their franchise quarterback has been traded, a new coaching staff assembled, and ERFA’s signed. With that in mind, there are some important dates between now and May that every Eagles fan should […]Read more "Ultimate Eagles offseason calendar: The road to the NFL Draft"
The Eagles are starting the week with a bang. According to NJ.Com’s Mike Kaye and Over The Cap, the Birds have tendered three exclusive-rights free agents. Being an ERFA means that if the Eagles offer the player a contract, they have to accept it in order to remain in the NFL. The deal is of […]Read more "Eagles tender three exclusive-rights free agents: All you need to know"
The past few days, weeks, months have been more stressful than a hermit crab looking for a new house. If you’re familiar with my (very funny) Twitter account, you know I’m one to share The Office videos to describe certain Eagles situations. So I got to thinking: Could The Office accurately describe some of the […]Read more "The rise and fall of the 2020 Philadelphia Eagles: As told by The Office"
A refreshed era of Eagles football is upon us and with it comes a need to go out with the old and in with the new. Howie Roseman still has to find around $40M in cap space before the Eagles can proceed properly, and that means likely saying goodbye to some big names and even […]Read more "Five expensive players the Eagles should absolutely retain during rebuild"
It’s been a chaotic week for the Philadelphia Eagles. Carson Wentz is in Indianapolis, DeSean Jackson has been released, and Alshon Jeffery has been informed that his future is not in the City of Brotherly Love. Aside from the start of a new era, there is a method behind the madness. As things stand, the […]Read more "Eagles can erase their remaining salary cap debt with a few simple moves"
Well, this was kind of expected. Veteran offensive lineman, Jason Peters, is set to miss the remainder of the NFL season after trying to battle through a toe injury that will now require surgery, according to Eagles Head Coach Doug Pederson. Peters has started at right guard in each of the team’s last two contests […]Read more "Instant analysis: Jason Peters to miss remainder of NFL season"
The Eagles are set to field their tenth offensive line combination in eleven games in a season that has been absolutely disastrous on all fronts. Injuries have ravaged the offensive line for what feels like the millionth year in a row, and with Lane Johnson now out for the season, we’re set to see another […]Read more "The silver lining in the Eagles’ never ending game of offensive line roulette"
The Eagles have a lot of problems this season. Quarterbacking, coaching, execution on all counts, you name it, the Eagles are probably struggling with it and are rightly being scrutinized. One thing that hasn’t come up in discussions much yet, however, is authority. There are a lot of different ways you could interpret this. Perhaps […]Read more "Do the Eagles have an authority problem when it comes to injuries?"
Today started off with some bright news but it didn’t take long for a worrisome report to restore normalcy. Right Tackle Lane Johnson spoke with reporters via Zoom and stated that he’s done for the year. This is a huge blow to an already ailing offensive line, but it’s not a surprising one. Johnson has […]Read more "Report: Eagles RT Lane Johnson will miss remainder of the season due to ankle injury"
On the day after Thanksgiving, Eagles fans will be rejoicing. According to a report from John Clark of NBC Sports Philadelphia, the team will be moving Jason Peters over to right guard and allowing Jordan Mailata back to Left Tackle. The report cites that Peters had been suffering with Turf Toe which was aggravated in […]Read more "Report: Eagles moving Jason Peters to RG and giving Mailata LT reins"