Diving into the defensive side of the ball, the Eagles have a number of positions they could address in the draft. At what time during the draft, and which position they will target first is anyone’s guess. So, why not spend a little time examining every position. From defensive tackle to safety, here are the […]Read more "The Eagles best draft options at every defensive position"
It’s been all receivers all the time for a bulk of Eagles’ 2020 mock drafts and rightfully so. There has been endless discussion from Eagles’ staff, draft pundits and Philadelphia writers — myself included — of which receiver is the best option, which one best fits the scheme, which one is the best value. Then, […]Read more "Nine defensive options for the Eagles at pick 21"
With all the hubbub surrounding who the Eagles’ next receiver will be, Philadelphia draft coverage has seemingly forgotten that the team has glaring holes on the other side of the football. Expected to spend at least one top selection on a receiver, that still leaves at least two selections on day two unaccounted for. The […]Read more "Eagles’ Draft Notebook: Shopping for the perfect cornerback"
It’s Combine week in Indianapolis and excitement is at an all-time high for Eagles fans. Howie Roseman and company are already doing their due-diligence on this year’s wide receiver class, having met with many of this year’s top talents already. But are there any particular takeaways that stand out from these meetings? Here’s all you […]Read more "Tracking the receivers who have met with the Eagles at the NFL Combine"
The 2020 NFL Draft is quickly approaching and the Philadelphia Eagles are in a position to be active in an intriguing piece of the puzzle. With a possible ten selections in hand and a sturdy roster with some obvious holes, the Eagles will look to answer as many questions as possible come April. Understandably, that […]Read more "Draft Notebook: How each of the top wideouts would fit the Eagles"
Photo Credit: Alex McIntyre The Flyers take the ice at 5:00pm tonight in Winnipeg and two guys from Lehigh Valley caught the red-eye flight and are expected to play. The team was left no other option as their offense slowly depletes from injury and illness. Who said the Phantoms don’t play in Philadelphia anymore? After […]Read more "INSTANT ANALYSIS: Flyers Recall Two Phantoms to Report in Winnipeg tonight"
With three of the highest anticipated prospects starting the 2019-20 season in the AHL, fans thought for sure that the Lehigh Valley Phantoms had a stamped one-way ticket to the Calder Cup Finals. Joel Farabee, Morgan Frost, and Philippe Myers are three guys that would lend a huge hand in pushing the team deep into […]Read more "From the Glass: Moving Forward With the Season"
When it comes to the Rule 5 Draft, the Phillies have had solid levels of success. In December 2004, the Phillies selected Shane Victorino from the Dodgers organization in the Rule 5 Draft. Victorino would go on to become the most accomplished position player to ever come from Hawaii. He went to 2 All-Star Games, […]Read more "The ultimate Phillies Guide to the Rule 5 Draft"
With all the talk on social media regarding the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, there is one name that captures the interest of fans more than others: Morgan Frost. So far, fans are experiencing a lot of, “ask and you shall receive,” as call ups have been made for the most requested Joel Farabee (Winger), Phillipe Myers […]Read more "From the Glass: Morgan Frost"
A rocky past couple of games forced the Flyers to make much anticipated moves in calling up a few aces from the Lehigh Valley Phantoms. After a crushing losses to the New York Islanders (5 – 3) and the Pittsburgh Penguins (7 – 1), the Flyers brass has clearly felt the frustration shared by the […]Read more "Rubtsov, Myers, & Twarynski up, Morin & Vorobyev sent down"