According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the Eagles are preparing to release veteran wide receiver, Alshon Jeffery, upon the commencing of the new league year (March 17th). This move has been a long time coming. Ever since his 2020 salary was fully guaranteed in a bid to free up cap room around the 2019 NFL […]Read more "Eagles set to release Alshon Jeffery when the new league year starts"
After the Philadelphia Eagles officially moved on from QB Carson Wentz, it was assumed that Jalen Hurts would take over the starting reins in 2021. However, the front office are preparing to bring in competition for their former second-round pick, meaning that Philadelphia has officially become the city host to the 2021 QB Hunger Games. […]Read more "Jalen Hurts is perfectly poised to win the starting role if Eagles draft a QB"
The deed has finally been done. Carson Wentz is no longer a Philadelphia Eagle. While the tenure ended very unceremoniously, there is no denying that Wentz made a mark on this franchise that will forever be set in stone. Let’s take a look at his statistical accomplishments (both good and bad) over the past five […]Read more "Carson Wentz had a bigger statistical impact on the Eagles than you think"
A little while back, I made the case why every position (outside K, P, LS) is a position of need at pick six for the Eagles. Since then, there have been countless debates about Chase, Smith, Pitts, Fields, Wilson, punters, kickers, long snap… sorry. The case was made for defensive help at six by our […]Read more "Eagles draft watch: Making the case for & against top offensive prospects"
The Eagles officially turned a new page this past week by parting ways with Carson Wentz. New Head Coach Nick Sirianni will have Jalen Hurts in his QB room this Summer, but as of right now, there won’t be anyone else joining him. Regardless of whether a QB at 6 is likely, the Eagles are […]Read more "Eagles should target these two free-agent quarterbacks to back up Hurts"
It feels like only yesterday that Carson Wentz was drafted with the second overall pick. It’s hard to forget the excitement that came with every trade-up, knowing that the Eagles would finally have a quarterback they could lean on. For the most part, they did…until they leaned a little too hard. There’s so much to […]Read more "How should Eagles fans look back on the Carson Wentz era?"
After a month of endless rumors, it finally happened. Eagles QB Carson Wentz was traded to the Indianapolis Colts in a deal that was certainly surprising. Here is everything you need to know about the trade and how impacts the team moving forward. The Draft compensation Howie Roseman was unable to package another player in […]Read more "What the Carson Wentz trade means for the Eagles moving forward"
As Adam Schefter first reported, the Eagles have traded Carson Wentz to the Colts. Philadelphia has agreed to trade Carson Wentz to the Indianapolis Colts in exchange for a 2021 third-round pick and a conditional 2022 second-round pick that could turn into a first, league sources tell @mortreport and me. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February […]Read more "BREAKING: Eagles trade Carson Wentz, Reunite Him With Frank Reich"
The NFL Draft is rapidly approaching and for the Eagles, a sense of anxiety fills the air. With a barrel of offensive playmakers within reach at pick #6, it’s easy to get lost in the lights. Kyle Pitts and Ja’Maar Chase are undoubtedly incredible talents, but should the Eagles even be looking to bolster their […]Read more "Why the Eagles should avoid drafting an offensive player in the first round"
What’s that? Eagles news that isn’t an endless slew of rumors surrounding Carson Wentz? Impossible. The team announced on Tuesday afternoon that they’d claimed CB Shakial Taylor off of waivers from the New York Giants. Here is everything you need to know. Whenever a new coordinator or Head Coach enters the fray, there is typically […]Read more "Everything you need to know about new Eagles CB Shakial Taylor"