The Eagles have enjoyed a fruitful start to the 2020 offseason. From Darius Slay and Javon Hargrave, to Will Parks and Jatavis Brown, Howie Roseman wasted little time in rolling up his sleeves and bettering the roster. Well, at least defensively. The big question mark hovering over this team heading into free agency was how […]Read more "Maybe the Eagles have a plan for Alshon Jeffery after all"
The Philadelphia Eagles made headline parting ways with one of their most valuable players over the past six years. Malcolm Jenkins was an Iron Man for the Eagles playing every single snap over the past two seasons. Malcolm was invaluable for this team but the thing is, he was a part of an incredibly talented […]Read more "Why Rodney McLeod is more valuable than most realize"
It’s been a busy week for the Philadelphia Eagles. Hard at work to fortify the roster ahead of the NFL Draft, the team opted to go all-in on prying star cornerback Darius Slay from the Detroit Lions, making him the highest-paid player at his position. Slay joins the Eagles on a three-year deal and wasted […]Read more "Darius Slay will wear #24 for the Eagles in honor of Kobe Bryant"
On Flippin’ The Birds’ season two debut, we talked about the Dillard “issue”, Byron Jones, and the deficiencies on the roster, namely linebackers. We were very lucky to interview one of the more popular linebacker prospects Justin Strnad (pronounced “stir-nad”). Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/flippin-the-birds/id1473958477#episodeGuid=https%3A%2F%2Fapi.spreaker.com%2Fepisode%2F23774259 YouTube: Late round gems are what the Eagles will probably be looking for, […]Read more "Eagles Draft profile: Get to know LB Justin Strnad"
The NFL Compensatory draft choices have officially been revealed. In what’s been a hotly discussed topic for quite some time, we now finally know just how much ammunition the Eagles will be rolling into the NFL Draft with. Round 3: Pick 103 (Nick Foles) Round 4: Pick 145 (Jordan Hicks) Round 4: Pick 146 (Golden […]Read more "Eagles compensatory draft picks revealed giving the team plenty of mid-draft ammo"
According to a report from ESPN’s Tim McManus, the Philadelphia Eagles are bringing back a familiar face to their coaching staff. Most recently, Mornhinweg can be accredited to helping Lamar Jackson to a 6-1 finish in his rookie season before declining to remain on the coaching staff after an internal promotion for Greg Roman pushed […]Read more "Report: Eagles bringing in a familiar face to offensive coaching staff"
The NFL Combine kicks off today in Indianapolis and it’s safe to say that there’s plenty of excitement. Over the next few days, we’ll be pointing out players to keep an eye on at each position who may interest the Eagles. It’s only right that we start off with the most important position on the […]Read more "An Eagles-based NFL Combine shopping list: Quarterback"
The Eagles are expected to finalize their coaching staff by the end of this week, with reports of the new faces beginning to trickle in as that window approaches. Former Broncos Offensive Coordinator Rich Scangarello, and Mississippi State Pass-game coordinator Andrew Breiner look to be two new names joining the offensive side of things in […]Read more "Have Eagles made the right call in going for an ‘OC by committee’?"
In 2016, Doug Pederson was surprisingly hired by Owner Jeffery Lurie. Unlike other head coaches around the league, Pederson was not allowed to pick his own staff when he joined the team. Looking back, that staff in 2016 was full of future Head Coaches and OC’s. Yet when you have a star-studded cast of personnel […]Read more "Eagles need to find a way to slow yearly personnel turnover"
It’s a tradition as old as time. Some call them their best friend, others claim them as their siblings. You know what I’m talking about. Its the same old game plan that every guy has when they’re heading out for the night in hopes to meet someone. You don’t just call anybody to go with […]Read more "It’s time for the Eagles to find Carson Wentz a wingman at wide receiver"