The Philadelphia Eagles are beginning to run into a slightly worrying COVID problem. Three wide receivers have been placed on the COVID-19 list after second-year wideout J.J Arcega-Whiteside tested positive for the virus, according to Geoff Mosher. Thee other two receivers were identified as close contacts and placed on the list as a precaution. This, […]Read more "Three more Eagles placed on COVID-19 list ahead of clash with Browns"
The Eagles released a statement on Tuesday afternoon stating that a member of staff has tested positive for COVID-19. The announcement came shortly after Dave Zangaro reported that it was an Eagles coach who contracted the virus. This, of course, comes just 5 days after Safety Marcus Epps tested positive and was placed on the […]Read more "Eagles coach tests positive for COVID-19 ahead of clash with Giants"
According to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero, Eagles Safety Marcus Epps has tested positive for COVID-19. Epps will be placed on the COVID-19/reserve list and will be allowed to return 10 days after his initial positive, or 5 days if he receives two negative tests at least 24-hours apart within that window. The Eagles are on […]Read more "Report: Eagles Safety Marcus Epps tests positive for COVID-19"
Training Camp is officially here…kinda. 81 Eagles players are at the NovaCare Complex working towards phase two of Camp where the acclimation period begins. But how many of those players are on the bubble? Here’s a look at each spot before the going gets tough. Quarterback Kyle Lauletta & Nate Sudfeld This may wind up […]Read more "Which Eagles players are on the roster bubble going into Training Camp?"
The Philadelphia secondary received a massive face-lift this offseason. After saying farewell to Eagles legend Malcolm Jenkins, Rodney McLeod will become the de facto veteran voice of a new wave of Philly safeties. The team will now have to cobble together a lineup that has limited experience playing together during what is already a shortened […]Read more "Eagles Positional Spotlight: Safeties"
One day after releasing former Vikings Safety Andrew Sendejo, the Eagles have signed…former Vikings safety Marcus Epps. The two were released at an almost identical time so in essence, it’s almost like a trade. The Eagles will regain a fourth-round compensatory pick in next year’s NFL Draft due to the release of Andrew Sendejo, and […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles sign former Vikings Safety"
Tuesday night in a fourth round US Open Cup matchup, the Philadelphia Union showcased an offensive clinic on their way to a 5-0 home victory against USL’s Richmond Kickers. Goals from David Accam, Marcus Epps, and Jay Simpson solidified the monumental win for Jim Curtin’s side.Read more "Philadelphia find scoring boots, crush Richmond 5-0 in Fourth Round US Open Cup victory"
The Union cruised to a huge 5-0 win against Montreal Impact in Game two of Suncoast Invitational.Montreal used this preseason friendly as an exercise to play their new/young players, and trialists to see how they would fare. Philadelphia took the opposite approach playing 9/11ths of what could be their starting 11. There was a lot […]Read more "Preseason Match Recap: Philadelphia Union 5 – 0 Montreal Impact In Game two of Suncoast Invitational"
Four weeks away from the 2018 season opener and the Union roster has pretty much been finalized, sans for a new number 10 if we’re lucky. The Union are deeper at winger this season than they’ve been in quite a while and their starting duo could be the best combo they’ve ever fielded to start […]Read more "Union Starting 11 Preview: 2018 Wingers"
Last week, Earnie Stewart and Jim Curtin were in Los Angeles watching the MLS combine games. One right side of one team impressed head coach Jim Curtin so much that he said: “I’ll take that whole right side.” He said this as a joke, but a few days later that is exactly what happened. The […]Read more "Philadelphia Union draftee profiles: Marcus Epps & Aaron Jones"