After yesterday’s estimation, the Eagles have released their first clear injury report of the week following their Monday night win over the Giants. The bad news is that WR depth couldn’t be thinner. Alshon Jeffery was placed on IR earlier today with a Lisfranc injury, while Nelson Agholor was held out of practice once again. […]Read more "Injury report: Eagles wide receiver depth is now paper-thin"
The Eagles have released their first injury report ahead of Monday night’s game against the New York Giants. The good news is, big-time players like Zach Ertz are no longer on the injury report. The bad news is, other big-time players are. Starting running back Jordan Howard has still not been cleared for contact and […]Read more "Injury report: Eagles take one step forward, two steps back"
To say the Eagles’ 2019 season has been disappointing would be a dramatic understatement. Speculation over potential personnel changes is already ramping up and we still have a quarter of the season remaining. But there has also been a lot of criticism faced by the coaching staff, and when asked about accountability for his group […]Read more "Eagles could be set for a total positional coach overhaul this offseason"
We’re now three quarters into the 2019/20 NFL season and it hasn’t exactly gone as Eagles fans had hoped. Sitting at 5-7, there are four ‘relatively easy’ easy games remaining, with playoff hopes and divisional bragging rights up for grabs. But how have the Eagles performed over their last four games? It’s time to get […]Read more "The beginning of a steep decline: Eagles quarterly report card"
After a week of uncertainty, there seems to be light at the end of the tunnel for the Philadelphia Eagles. The team released their final injury report ahead of their clash with the 2-9 Miami Dolphins and there is plenty of reason for optimism. Both Nelson Agholor and Alshon Jeffery were full participants on Friday […]Read more "Injury report: Key players set to return to Eagles offense this week"
The Eagles offense has been subject to a lot of criticism lately, and rightly so. The wheels are falling off the wagon at an alarming rate, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t positives to take. While it’s easy to jump on the deficiency at wide receiver, it’s also easy to overlook that the Eagles are […]Read more "Dallas Goedert’s impressive second season is flying under the radar"
They say that every cloud has a silver lining. Sunday’s loss to the Seahawks presented a storm so dark and dismal that it made spotting that glimpse of light incredibly difficult. But alas, there was one…and it came from an unlikely place. The Eagles were without a single starting wide receiver against Seattle. No Jeffery, […]Read more "Eagles WR Greg Ward made the most of his opportunity against Seahawks"
Liam Jenkins breaks down the recent Nelson Agholor saga and how we all need to take a step back, as well as answering an eventful edition of ‘thank u, next’. Apple podcasts:https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-outside-insider-podcast/id1120847683?mt=2 SUBSCRIBE ON SPOTIFY FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: https://twitter.com/LiamJenkinsPSN https://twitter.com/philadelphiasn Liam JenkinsLiam is a 24-year old sports journalist from the UK and founder of […]Read more "LISTEN: We need to talk about Nelson Agholor"
The Eagles released their final injury report of the week and believe it or not, there are actually reasons to be excited. Nelson Agholor and Alshon Jeffery are both questionable and after seeing the offense stifle without Alshon last week, the idea of being without both is extremely worrying. It’s likely that we would see […]Read more "Injury report: Eagles could be without key offensive playmakers on Sunday"
Is Nelson Agholor a product of poor player development within the Eagles coaching staff? Let’s do some math. In 2016, Coach Doug Pederson was hired and brought along OC Frank Reich and QB Coach John DeFilippo to join him. After that, the team did anything possible to draft Carson Wentz. It took multiple trades, the […]Read more "Is there more to Eagles WR struggles than meets the eye?"