The NFL announced the workout schedules for every franchise on Thursday following the conclusion of the NFL Draft. Here’s how things look for the Philadelphia Eagles. Eagles Rookie Minicamp: Rookie minicamp is the first activity we’ll get this offseason and we can expect all of this year’s draftees and UDFA’s to be in attendance. It’s […]Read more "All you need to know about the Eagles offseason workout schedule"
While the chaos 2020 might feel like it’s firmly behind us, the aftermath is still very much present. The pandemic is still a factor in our day-to-day lives and when it comes to NFL teams, it’s something that will be at the center of every decision moving forward. Today, the Philadelphia Eagles became the 20th […]Read more "Eagles become 20th team to abandon in-person voluntary workouts"
The 2019 season feels like it was an eternity ago for Eagles fans. The rise of the underdogs, the promise of what next season held, and most importantly for this article, a balanced offense. The season that followed saw everything that was built just 12 months before fall apart, including an offense predicated on running […]Read more "Have the Colts provided a blueprint for a new-look Eagles backfield?"
The Philadelphia Eagles had a busy Wednesday evening. As soon as news broke that the team is signing former Vikings linebacker Eric WIlson, Howie Roseman and company announced that their moves for the day weren’t finished there. The Eagles resigned running back Jordan Howard for what will be his third stint with the team in as […]Read more "Instant Analysis: Eagles Bring Jordan Howard Back For Another Stint With Team"
The NFL announced on Tuesday that it will feature a 17-game regular-season slate with three preseason games. For the Eagles, this means a trip down the I-95 to face the New York Jets. That decision was confirmed today, marking the first change to the season structure since the 1978 campaign ushered in an era of […]Read more "Eagles could benefit hugely from newly added 17th regular-season game"
The Eagles have already traded back once in this year’s draft, so who’s to say that they won’t do it again? It took them two trades to move up to the second overall pick in 2016, maybe moving back twice is on the cards this time with a very different aim. With the first round […]Read more "5 trade-back candidates for the Eagles to target in the first round"
The Eagles announced on Monday that they are bringing back slot receiver Greg Ward Jr. after the Houston product signed his exclusive-rights tender. This tender meant that as long as the Eagles made him a one-year deal at the league minimum, he could not sign for another team. This is a nice way to start […]Read more "Eagles bring back WR Greg Ward Jr. on exclusive rights tender"
The Eagles have been working hard to get under the cap by the start of the new league year tomorrow at 4 PM EST. It was assumed that WR Marquise Goodwin would be released in a bid to save $4.7M in cap space. What we didn’t see coming was that he would ‘revert back to […]Read more "Eagles save $4m in cap space by hitting CTRL + Z on Marquise Goodwin trade"
We are three days away from the start of the new NFL league year and the opening of free agency. For the Eagles, this means much more than the Carson Wentz trade becoming official. With the salary cap now confirmed at $182.5M, the Eagles have around $10M of space (after the Brooks restructure) to find […]Read more "Eagles likely to make several contract moves over the next few days"
The NFL has officially revealed compensatory picks ahead of this year’s NFL Draft and there’s good news for Eagles fans. The team now have ten selections heading into the event after being granted a pair of sixth-round compensatory picks. The Eagles were handed compensatory selections for the losses of Jordan Howard and Ronald Darby. They […]Read more "Eagles receive two compensatory picks for this year’s NFL Draft"