Putting perspective on J.J. Arcega-Whiteside’s rookie season with the Eagles

There is no way to sugarcoat it: Second-round pick J.J Arcega-Whiteside had a rough first season with the Philadelphia Eagles. Whenever thinking of JJ, most people think of his disappointing stats and this play: The 57th overall selection in the 2019 draft out of Stanford was known for one thing – Physicality. He became renowned […]

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Eagles report card: Grading Carson Wentz’s fourth year in the NFL

The circumstances weren’t what many expected. Fresh off a brand new $128 million extension, Carson Wentz needed to prove the Eagles made the right decision in putting all their eggs in one basket. Towards the midway point of the season, many doubted the former MVP-front-runner. Injuries, miscues, and anonymous sources challenged not only the skill […]

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Flying or falling? Grading the Eagles Draft class through first half of preseason

We’re halfway into the Eagles preseason and there is understandably a hefty focus on this year’s rookies. Perhaps it’s because so many have the potential to become starters or are expected to contribute in their first season. It’s been an exciting offseason for the Eagles and an incredibly exciting group of rookies acted as the […]

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Slotting in: Could Eagles TE Trey Burton help fill the void left by Jordan Matthews?

It’s only been a few days since the Eagles shockingly traded away Jordan Matthews and a third-round pick to the Buffalo Bills in exchange for some secondary support, but the weight of the move among former teammates and fans is still heavy. The more pressing matter for the Eagles however is simply the question of […]

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