When it rains, it pours. The Philadelphia Eagles announced on Friday that offensive guard Matt Pryor has been placed on the COVID-19 list. This is obviously concerning, but not necessarily indicative that Pryor has the virus. Pryor had been the team’s starting RG dating back to week 3 after jumping in against the Rams in […]Read more "Eagles OL Matt Pryor placed on COVID-19 list ahead of week 6"
The Eagles have released their status report ahead of this weekend’s game against Baltimore. If the odds weren’t already stacked against them, they are now. Most notably, the team will be without franchise RT Lane Johnson, and RG Matt Pryor. The Eagles offensive line was already banged up beyond beleif, with backups manning 3/5 spots. […]Read more "Eagles will be without seven key players when they host the Ravens"
The Eagles activated a 21-day practice window for Will Parks yesterday The versatile DB missed the opening stanza of the season with a hamstring injury, but is now close to making a debut on a defense that is in dire need of his services. Parks was signed to a one-year deal this past offseason, joining […]Read more "The return of Will Parks could be a gamechanger for the Eagles Defense"
It’s no secret that the Eagles’ success over the latter half of last season and the beginning of this season has come from players who originated on the Eagles’ or other teams’ practice squads. With the Eagles’ injury list getting longer by the minute, it’s plausible to speculate that they will start poking around to […]Read more "13 Practice squad gems who the Eagles could be looking to poach"
Well, the Eagles finally did it. They clawed their way to win #1 of the season and did so against an intimidating Niners team. While the offense continued to play handicapped, it was the defensive line that shined the brightest in the Bay Area. Now, the Eagles are heading to Pittsburgh before they start their […]Read more "Which Eagles players are trending up heading into week 5?"
The Eagles offense is facing an identity crisis right now. Carson Wentz looks like a shadow of his former self, Doug Pederson’s coaching has been called into question, and injury bugs are ravaging their way through the group. The sky may look like it’s falling, but there’s a pattern here. For whatever reason, the Eagles […]Read more "Early-season struggles have become the new norm for Doug Pederson’s Eagles"
Liam Jenkins recaps yesterday’s terrible Eagles tie with the Bengals and how Doug Pederson has become a shell of his former self. Apple podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/psn-radio/id1531387714 Spotify Photo by Andy Lewis/Icon Sportswire Liam JenkinsLiam is a 24-year old sports journalist from the UK and founder of the Philly Sports Network. In just five years he turned […]Read more "LISTEN: Who are you and what have you done with Doug Pederson?"
The Eagles were absolutely terrible on Sunday, but were there any redeeming factors in the tie with Cincinnati? It’s time to get your markers and whiteboards out once again! Quarterback Carson Wentz was just as sporadic as he was in the opening two games of the season. His accuracy was non-existent, his placement inconsistent, and […]Read more "Eagles report card: Grading the week 3 tie against Cincinnati"
Yesterday’s utterly tragic tie with the Bengals was filled with reasons for Eagles fans to be mad, but it’s the way in which the game ended, and how Doug Pederson let it happen, that will be fueling their anger today. Doug Pederson’s decision After Carson Wentz somehow dragged the team into overtime, Jake Elliott had […]Read more "Eagles have lost their offensive identity and it starts with Doug Pederson"
If this game was named after a football player, it would be the Nate Gerry bowl. The Philadelphia Eagles tied with the Cincinnati Bengals 23-23 in what can only be described as the most horrifying game in recent memory. Here’s everything you need to know. An Eagles hero and an Eagles villain Carson Wentz was […]Read more "Brutally honest thoughts on an embarrassing Eagles week 3 performance"