Few players reach the highs and the lows that Eagles’ running back Corey Clement did in his first three seasons in the NFL. Less than a year after thirty-two teams passed him up in the 2017 Draft, he led Philadelphia in receiving in the biggest game in the team’s history. Entering the 2018-2019 season riding […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles to part ways with Super Bowl 52 hero"
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 NFL Combine finally starts this week. It’s been a long offseason, hasn’t it? The running backs take the stage on Friday, February 28th, and Eagles fans should be paying close attention. Why? Well, because there are currently only two running backs on the roster who saw any snaps in 2019: Sanders and Scott. Corey […]Read more "NFL Combine preview: Running backs that Eagles fans should watch"
We’ve all heard the noise by now. Over the last few years, Howie Roseman hasn’t exactly had a glowing track record when it comes to drafting outside of a few big names. Admittedly, the Draft is a total roulette where finding value is just as likely as missing on a prospect. But while Roseman has […]Read more "Maybe ‘poor drafting’ wasn’t a problem for the Eagles after all"
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?"
The Eagles 2019 draft class was one with many headlines. Some good, some bad, but most wre promising. The majority of the Eagles rookies left you with an imprint on what their future with the team may look like while others have you questioning their ability still. Heres a full-on report card on how the […]Read more "Eagles rookie report card: How did the 2019 draft class fare?"
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"
For the second time this season, the Eagles fell to a 17-defeat to the Seattle Seahawks, but there is no questioning which loss hurt more. As upsetting as this defeat was to take, the Eagles made a strong account of themselves. How well did they play? For the penultimate time this year (season report-card pending), […]Read more "Report card: Grading the Eagles playoff loss to Seahawks"
The Eagles have released their final injury report ahead of this weekend’s playoff clash against the Seattle Seahawks and FINALLY, there’s some good news! Miles Sanders was a full participant in today’s practice and is officially good to go for Sunday, after telling reporters that he will play. Over the last four games, Sanders has […]Read more "Injury report: Eagles finally get a stroke of good health-related luck"
May 8th, 2002. That’s when 6’0″ (probably a little shorter) 76ers guard Allen Iverson made the now infamous quote. Fast forward 6,450 days and we’re still talking about practice with an under 6’0″ Philadelphia athlete, except in a different tone. Former practice squad player Boston Scott has been electric when given the chance this season. […]Read more "Miles Sanders isn’t the only Eagles RB making history this season"