With training camp well underway, there’s plenty of hype surrounding this year’s draft class, but what about those drafted a little over one year ago? What should our expectations be for the players selected by the Eagles in 2019? Andre Dillard Dillard will enter his second season in the NFL as the team’s starting Left […]Read more "What should we expect from the Eagles 2019 draft class in 2020?"
Since the offseason began, you or someone you know have probably seen articles about the need for another defensive end for the Eagles. Whether it was Jadeveon Clowney, Yannick Ngakoue, or Everson Griffen, the sentiment was the same: get more depth. But do the Eagles really need more depth? Let’s take a look at the […]Read more "Do the Eagles really still need help at defensive end?"
OTA’s should be taking place right now, but the current pandemic has forced NFL teams to think outside the box and prepare their players for a grueling summer remotely. As the new season lies on the far horizon, it’s a perfect time to look at last year’s rookie class and what’s expected of them going […]Read more "Which 2019 Eagles rookies are primed to take the biggest step in their second season?"
There has been a lot of speculation surrounding the Eagles defensive end group this past offseason. The team let Vinny Curry walk into free agency and as things stand, the only addition made was in the seventh-round of the Draft where they selected Casey Toohill. This would be fine if the core was built around […]Read more "Are Eagles showing faith in unproven underdogs at defensive end?"
At this time of year, we’d usually be discussing OTA’s, what to expect, and the players to watch. With that temporarily on hold, I decided to highlight one underdog to watch at every position once a sense of normality resumes. Quarterback Jalen Hurts This is kind of cheating because all eyes will be on the […]Read more "Non-OTA preview: One Eagles underdog to watch at every position"
The Eagles 2019 draft class was one with many headlines. Some good, some bad, but most wre promising. The majority of the Eagles rookies left you with an imprint on what their future with the team may look like while others have you questioning their ability still. Heres a full-on report card on how the […]Read more "Eagles rookie report card: How did the 2019 draft class fare?"
Lincoln Financial Field opened its doors to close to 30,000 fans on Sunday night who came to watch their beloved Philadelphia Eagles work out in what would be their ninth Training Camp practice. One of the names fans were keen to get a closer look at was former UDFA Joe Ostman. The defensive end spent […]Read more "Training Camp standout carted off the field during Eagles open practice"
By now, we know the importance of defensive end depth for the Eagles. With an insurance policy of a potential Connor Barwin return, it’s down to Josh Sweat and Shareef Miller to prove they’re ready to step into a potential EDGE4 role and assume a much greater defensive impact. Drafted in the fourth round last […]Read more "Eagles coaches and players are all excited about Josh Sweat’s progress"
Training Camp is just under one week away for the Philadelphia Eagles and anticipation is beginning to build. The Birds’ may have one of the most complete rosters in the NFL, but they still have plenty of questions to answer, with arguably the most prominent surrounding defensive end. There’s one number that is almost synonymous […]Read more "The magic number for Eagles defensive ends ahead of Training Camp"
One of the hardest goodbyes this offseason has undoubtedly been to defensive end Chris Long. While he’s still technically on the roster, Long told the Eagles to ‘plan as if he won’t be there’. He’s been as open and honest as one can about the negotiations since the start of the offseason, but it’s not […]Read more "Have Eagles done enough to replace Chris Long and Michael Bennett?"