According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the Philadelphia Eagles have opted to let punter Cameron Johnston walk into free agency. On the surface, this doesn’t sound like a decision of suffocating implications, but it absolutely could be. Cameron Johnston ranked inside the top 15 of just about every metric possible in 2019, with his average of […]Read more "Eagles are making a big mistake in refusing to tender Cameron Johnston"
After a report earlier this week from Matt Barrows of The Athletic cited that both the Eagles and Jets were hot on the heels of Niners assistant special teams coach Michael Clay, Howie pipped his old running-mate to the post. The Eagles snuck the nugget of information into their post-presser recap, dissecting the opening remarks […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles confirm the hiring of new special teams coach"
According to a report from Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press, Duce Staley won’t be the only Eagles Coach moving to the Motor City. Special teams coach Dave Fipp is following suit. Fipp originally joined the Eagles in 2013 and has withstood every second of turbulence since. His unit grew into one of the […]Read more "Eagles special teams coach Dave Fipp follows Duce Staley to Detroit"
The Eagles released their first injury report of the week today and it was unsurprisingly concerning to read. Josh Sweat’s injury will be costly, seeing Fletcher Cox missing practice is never a good sign, and depth in the secondary looks light once again. The hardest hit of all may well come on special teams. Cameron […]Read more "Losing Cameron Johnston will hurt the Eagles more than you might think"
Death, taxes, and poor linebacker play? These are two truths of life and the unfortunate reality for the Philadelphia Eagles. The Eagles put forward one of their worst defensive efforts in recent memory giving up almost 200 yards on the ground to the Rams on Sunday. While you can’t blame the linebackers entirely, they certainly […]Read more "Would a Nigel Bradham Reunion Actually Help the Eagles?"
It didn’t take long for this week to get interesting. Mike Garafolo reported that the Jaguars will be parting ways with running back Leonard Fournette. Should the Philadelphia Eagles have interest in a running back whom many once considered a draft target? The fit The Eagles were willing to release Jordan Howard this offseason and […]Read more "Should the Eagles pursue RB Leonard Fournette following his release from Jaguars?"
Let me preface this article by saying I was a huge proponent of a trade for Yannick Ngakoue. However, I had a limit. In case you missed it, the Vikings sent a 2021 2nd round pick and conditional 2022 5th round pick to the Jaguars. The 5th round pick becomes a 4th if Ngakoue is […]Read more "The Eagles were wise to stay out of the Ngakoue sweepstakes"
Well, the inevitable happened. After yet another offseason of LeSean McCoy being linked with the Eagles, he signed with another team in the way of Tampa Bay. So, who will join the room of Eagles running backs? What’s interesting here is that the deal is only worth a little over $1M. We know for a […]Read more "Eagles are running out of time to find a veteran running back"
Coming into the offseason, the safety position was a huge cause for concern. Malcolm Jenkins being allowed to walk into free agency and ending up back in New Orleans (to no one’s surprise) was gut-wrenching for most. It triggered flashbacks of the time when the Eagles chose not to re-sign Brian Dawkins. Just a side […]Read more "Eagles Safety position will look very different in 2020"
After Brian Baldinger’s cryptic tweet hinted at a pending move that could see the Eagles get ‘a lot’ better in mid July, there has been plenty of speculation around who exactly he could be referencing. Yannick Ngakoue? Jadeveon Clowney? Jamal Adams? The Eagles would be right to have at least passing interest in all three, […]Read more "Could Leonard Fournette be the Eagles mystery target?"