The main focus of the NFL offseason for the Philadelphia Eagles is a simple one – get speed at the receiver position. Yes, it’s true. Philadelphia needs to inject their receiving corps with an influx of speed to the group. But they also need a long-term playmaker at either the X or Z receiver spot. […]Read more "Jalen Reagor makes perfect sense for the Eagles in the first round"
Selected in the 4th round of the 2018 NFL draft, Josh Sweat was mostly projected as a developmental in the NFL. Being a former 5-star athlete out of high school with a once brutal injury that almost ended in amputation, there were multiple questions whether he would ever be able to keep up to pace […]Read more "Eagles could be set to lean on Josh Sweat heavily in 2020"
The Philadelphia Eagles are facing a changing of the guard. The team announced they would be moving on from their starting safety. Malcolm Jenkins, after failing to pick up the 32-year-old’s club option on his contract. Long story short, Philadelphia brought back defensive back Jalen Mills with a focus on transitioning the former cornerback to […]Read more "Is Jalen Mills the perfect replacement for Malcolm Jenkins?"
The NFL’s legal tampering period (and the new league year) started yesterday, and we saw a lot of movement in the WR landscape across the NFL One of the best WRs in the game, DeAndre Hopkins was traded to Arizona for basically a 2nd round pick and an injured RB in David Johnson. Former Vikings […]Read more "Could Eagles’ draft plans benefit from free agency shockwaves?"
It was assumed that keeping hold of Halapoulivaati Vaitai would be tricky, but did anyone predict the stakes being as high as a $50M deal over 5-years? That’s what the Lions have agreed to pay the former Eagles lineman, drawing his services away from Jeff Stoutland’s grasp. Drafted in the fifth round of the 2016 […]Read more "Report: Former Eagles offensive lineman signs juicy 5-year deal with Lions"
Arguably no wide receiver in the 2020 NFL Draft class has seen their stock rise more than Baylor’s Denzel Mims. Since performing in the 2020 Senior Bowl, Mims impressed NFL teams by showing his natural ability to be a real weapon for an offense while running a full route tree, and regularly creating separation with […]Read more "Should the Eagles consider taking Denzel Mims with the 21st overall pick?"
The Philadelphia Eagles face the task of rebuilding the team’s wide receiver corps heading into the 2020 offseason. The goal for Howie Roseman and company will be replacing the likes of Nelson Agholor and, most likely, Alshon Jeffery. Philadelphia’s primary objective in entering free agency appears to be the cornerback position, as many reports have […]Read more "Is Breshad Perriman the perfect free-agent target at WR for the Eagles?"
The Philadelphia Eagles will have a new voice entering the defensive back room entering the 2020 season. The team announced in February the hiring of former Atlanta Falcons defensive coordinator, Marquand Manuel, as the team’s new defensive backs coach. The Eagles for the first time since 2015 will no longer have Cory Undlin at the […]Read more "Marquand Manuel will play a huge role in Eagles secondary rebuild"
The Philadelphia Eagles embark on an offseason that faces what it looks to be a complete retooling of the roster. The first phase of focus comes with the rebuilding of the wide receiver room. Nelson Agholor is poised to depart via free agency, along with Alshon Jeffery’s reported falling out with the organization. DeSean Jackson’s […]Read more "Pro’s and Con’s of the Eagles pursuing Amari Cooper"
“We did not want to lose him.” That’s what a source from the Vanderbilt football program said to me Monday night when asked about new Eagles wide receivers coach Aaron Moorehead. After coach Derek Mason dismissed his offensive coordinator Gerry Gdowski, Moorehead’s position was one they did not want to replace: “After two coordinator searches […]Read more "Eagles receivers are in good hands with new coach Aaron Moorehead"