As we prepare ourselves for football’s long-awaited return, questions abound regarding this new look Philadelphia team. With Howie Roseman looking to transition to a younger, more athletic squad, some familiar faces have walked out the door to give way to new up-and-comers. One of the players slated for a significantly increased role is last year’s […]Read more "What Eagles LB Duke Riley Brings to the 53 Man Roster"
The 2020 NFL season is quickly approaching and hype is at an all-time high. For Philadelphia, this couldn’t be more true; with all the exciting new pieces on the roster, fans cannot wait to get a glimpse of the new-look Eagles in action. However, with all the publicity and pomp surrounding the new guys in […]Read more "Could Eagles fans witness a Nate Gerry breakout in 2020?"
It’s been absolutely incredible to see the Eagles players out in practice hitting and getting ready for a season that is creeping up closer to returning. Wentz found success early in day one of practice with Jalen Reagor and praised the rookie: I asked Carson Wentz about working with @jalenreagor 🔥🔥 “A lot of fun. […]Read more "Bold Predictions for Carson Wentz and his new weapons in 2020"
With training camp well underway, there’s plenty of hype surrounding this year’s draft class, but what about those drafted a little over one year ago? What should our expectations be for the players selected by the Eagles in 2019? Andre Dillard Dillard will enter his second season in the NFL as the team’s starting Left […]Read more "What should we expect from the Eagles 2019 draft class in 2020?"
It’s been a rollercoaster offseason for the Eagles. A quarterback factory, some hard goodbyes, and a total coaching staff overhaul have given Philadelphia a fresh makeover. There are still some big questions that need to be answered between now and the start of the season, however. Is there enough depth on the offensive line? The […]Read more "3 biggest questions still facing the Eagles after transformative offseason"
Going against the historical tide, the Eagles 2017 Super Bowl win proved that you do not need to spend on linebackers to win a championship. This is the rhetoric that has been pushed down the throats of whoever would listen for the last three years. It’s not to say there haven’t been plenty of teams […]Read more "Are Eagles right to avoid drafting linebackers in the early rounds?"
The linebacker position has been mostly overlooked in Philadelphia for the last few years. Despite the widely circulated — and completely false — rhetoric that you can win without spending at the position, the Eagles were fortunate to have a stellar cast of playmakers at their disposal in their Super Bowl-winning season. After neglecting the […]Read more "Positional Preview: Do the Eagles still need help at linebacker?"
Tee Higgins, Henry Ruggs III, insert receiver here, a top corner; rinse and repeat. So has been the story for early Eagles mock drafts in 2020. The same lines of thinking are likely to be repeated up until Philadelphia is on the clock in late April. It makes sense, after all, the Birds have an […]Read more "Will this finally be the year that the Eagles draft an LB in the early rounds?"
The Eagles met with 14 players at this past weekend’s East-West Shrine game and while not all of them were standouts, there are a few on the list that are suitable draft candidates for the birds. Before we get to meeting those players, let’s examine the positional breakdown of their meetings. CB John Reid | […]Read more "The skinny on 14 players who met with Eagles at East-West Shrine Game"
With the off-season acquisition of Paul Worrilow and Corey Nelson and following the loss of Mychal Kendricks, there was much speculation as to who would fill the WILL linebacker spot. That question may have been answered heading into the first game of the season, and it may not be the answer most expected. After Worrilow […]Read more "Could Eagles linebacker Nate Gerry be this years breakout star that nobody anticipated?"