It didn’t take long for the injury bug to sink its teeth into this year’s Eagles team. After the opening game of the season, the Birds have now placed two players on injured reserve. Vinny Curry Vinny Curry is the most notable name after he started his third stint in Philadelphia in exciting fashion, helping […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles place two players on injured reserve"
Injuries are mounting up for the Philadelphia Eagles. Are you shocked? Neither am I. The good news is that the world isn’t on fire just yet. The defensive end spot has been hit pretty hard however, presenting the Eagles with a unique challenge. Vinny Curry NFL insider Tom Pelissero noted that Vinny Curry is set […]Read more "There’s a silver lining behind Eagles cluster injuries at defensive end"
Carson Wentz has been the same quarterback since he entered the NFL. On Sunday, we realized just how much of a blessing and a curse that is and the weight of responsibility that now falls on the shoulders of the coaching staff. When Wentz is hot, he’s undoubtedly one of the top quarterbacks in the […]Read more "The Eagles need to be firmer with Carson Wentz or nothing will change"
It was an offseason of change for the Eagles’ wide receiver corps. An infusion of youth was injected into the veins of a position that had endured a season of injuries and a severe lack of production from its biggest names. The Eagles went heavy on adding speed and explosiveness to the group throughout the […]Read more "Pederson confident in Eagles’ receivers after a strong Summer"
In a very swift turn of events, it looks as though the Eagles can finally breathe a sigh of relief when it comes to the left tackle position. Jason Peters has agreed to not only slide outside to his old stomping ground, but will do so without the cheeky demand of a pay rise. Andre […]Read more "Jason Peters will play LT for Eagles without receiving a new contract"
After trimming the opening day roster to 53, the Philadelphia Eagles placed Safety, Will Parks and Wide Receiver, Quez Watkins on Injured Reserve for the beginning of the 2020 regular season. Both players will be active after Week three. Parks signed a one year deal with the Eagles this offseason and was listed as week-to-week […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles place two players on IR as Season Opener looms"
The Eagles have announced their 16-man practice squad for 2020 after a chaotic roster cutdown period. There’s a lot to take in here so we’ll go position-by-position. Firstly, the team do still have one spot remaining which is certainly worth noting. They also look likely to place a couple of players on PUP, opening up […]Read more "Everything you need to know about the Eagles’ 16-man practice squad"
The Eagles surprised a lot of people (and broke my heart) on Sunday by releasing Cre’Von LeBlanc in order to make way for a running back they’d picked up off the waiver wire. This move reeks of risk and potential regret. The role LeBlanc wasn’t going to get starting reps in 2020. Despite having a […]Read more "Eagles play a risky hand in releasing Cre’Von LeBlanc"
Let the fun of building a practice squad begin! After yesterday’s roster-cutdown chaos, the Eagles are now racing against the clock to build their 16-man practice squad. The first step, after bringing back some of their own, was to scour the waiver wire for value. Enter former Lions running back Jason Huntley. The Eagles came […]Read more "All you need to know about new Eagles running back Jason Huntley"
Saturday was full of ups and downs for the Eagles as they continued to make all the necessary decisions to cut the roster down to 53. They let go of key young talents like Joe Ostman, Deontay Burnett, and Noah Togiai. They also got rid of players that haven’t contributed to the roster as they […]Read more "Everything you need to know about the Eagles 53-man roster"