The Eagles announced on Tuesday afternoon that they have guard Jamon Brown from the Bears’ practice squad. The 27-year-old was a third-round pick back in 2015 and has since spent time with the Rams, Giants, and Falcons, before ending up on the Bears’ practice squad. Brown joined Atlanta in 2019 after spending seven weeks as […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles sign former Falcons guard to active roster"
The Eagles are scheduled to start their Training Camp tomorrow. The rest of the Country is looking to the NFL for a response after a COVID-19 outbreak derailed the MLB season just days into its opening. For the Eagles, it’s business as usual down at the NovaCare Complex, where Doug Pederson held a zoom conference […]Read more "Four things we learned in Doug Pederson’s press conference"
Training Camp is officially one week away for the Philadelphia Eagles and it could not come quicker for one group in particular – the offensive line. Here is everything you need to know about the group going into a string of battles that look set to last all summer long. Tackle Lane JohnsonAndre DillardJordan MailataCasey […]Read more "Eagles’ offensive line has plenty of questions going into training camp"
Eagles fans everywhere became incredibly excited when a renowned NFL Analyst broke the news that “big news was coming to Philly” Sunday morning. Dreams of an additional pass rusher or a top safety were squashed early Tuesday when the Eagles announced the return of 38-year old, Jason Peters to play Right Guard instead of his […]Read more "Five reasons why bringing back Jason Peters could be problematic for the Eagles"
Barring a free agent signing or trade, the Eagles are set to roll with Matt Pryor at right guard to replace the recently injured Brandon Brooks. Side note, you would have never thought Brooks just tore his Achilles: Two days after announcing his Achilles tear, Brandon Brooks is doing jiujitsu training while wearing a boot. […]Read more "Should the Eagles pursue a trade for Joe Thuney?"
After Brandon Brooks announced that he had torn his Achilles tendon earlier this week, discussions were ripe surrounding potential replacements. Brooks has proven he’s a borderline superhuman, but suffering the injury in June makes a heroic comeback for the upcoming season unrealistic. Replacing an elite guard certainly isn’t easy, but after Doug Pederson stated he’d […]Read more "Eagles have no reason to doubt Jeff Stoutland in grooming Brooks’ replacement"
Doug Pederson met with the media on Tuesday morning to discuss all things Eagles and the current state of affairs. Here are six things we learned. Brandon Brooks Obviously, the first topic addressed was last night’s shattering news. 30-year-old right guard and 3-time Pro Bowler Brandon Brooks has torn his Achilles and will be out […]Read more "Six things we learned in Doug Pederson’s press conference"
News of a torn Achilles to Eagles RG Brandon Brooks shook the City of Brotherly Love to its core last night. Nobody really knew how to act other than to simply swallow a terribly bitter pill and ask who the next man up will be. Losing arguably the best right guard in all of Football […]Read more "Eagles may already have their replacement for Brandon Brooks"
Absolutely devastating headlines circled the Eagles news wire late Monday night as three-time Pro Bowl right guard Brandon Brooks announced he tore his Achilles and will miss the 2020 season: So I guess now that news is out yes I tore my other Achilles but when life gives you lemons you make lemonade. I’ll be […]Read more "7 best options Eagles have to replace Brandon Brooks"
2018 wasn’t the most dominant for the Eagles offensive front. The opening few games were plagued by errors, inefficiencies and play that just wasn’t the norm for a unit that was named the league’s most impressive during their Super Bowl winning campaign. Things eventually settled and the line started tearing through defensive fronts at a […]Read more "Is replenishing the offensive line really a key need for the Eagles?"