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2017 NFL Mock Draft: Eagles take Quincy Wilson, but who else?

It is no secret that the Eagles are likely going to go shopping for cornerbacks in the NFL Draft and Florida's Quincy Wilson is becoming a popular choice. It is no secret that the Eagles are likely going to go shopping for cornerbacks in the NFL Draft and Florida's Quincy Wilson is becoming a popular choice. ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. mocked Wilson...
Via NJ.com
2 hours ago

This is the player the Eagles should try to get

The free agent route isn't the way to go to find a capable wide receiver. Forget any of the soon to be overpaid, or over-the-hill wide receivers on the free agent market, if you're Howie Roseman and the Eagles.  The Eagles' salary cap situation is such that they can't throw money around in free agency anyway, and the current group of receivers...
Via NJ.com
7 hours ago

2017 NFL Draft: Could Mike Williams fall to Eagles?

There are 95 days between now and the 2017 NFL Draft, and it is the job of top Eagles personnel executive Howie Roseman to project what might happen in that span. There are 95 days between now and the 2017 NFL Draft, and it is the job of top Eagles personnel executive Howie Roseman to project what might happen in that span. One of the top...
Via NJ.com
8 hours ago

Philadelphia Eagles: What Went Right and Wrong in 2016?

Welcome to 2017 and our latest series on End Zone Score. With the conclusion of the 2016 campaign, we are already recapping the season for each of the NFL’s 32 teams. The focus here is on a club’s strong suit this past year, as well as a shortcoming that may be an issue to address this offseason. Hence, what earned a thumbs up and what went awry for the 7-9 Philadelphia Eagles...
Via EndZoneScore
19 hours ago

Philadelphia Eagles Draft | 6 East-West Shrine Game Targets

The East-West Shrine Game will feature many draft-worthy prospects. Who will the Philadelphia Eagles have their eye on? College football’s first and longest-running all-star game, the East-West Shrine Game, will be played this Saturday, January 21st and televised on NFL Network. (Eventual) Hall of Famers John Elway, Tom Brady, and Brett Farve, along with current […] Philadelphia...
Via Section215
1 day ago

The Inquirer Wants Seth Williams to Resign, Partly Over Eagles Tickets

Hey, remember that time the Fraternal Order of Police eviscerated DA Seth Williams for not prosecuting LeSean McCoy after he beat the **** out of an off-duty copy, accusing Williams of taking Eagles season tickets? Well!, the Inquirer just called for Williams to resign after being fined yesterday for taking over $175k in undisclosed gifts. A lot of them had to do with sports:...
Via Crossing Broad
2 days ago

Fat Man Chris Christie Calls Eagles Fans “Angry, Awful People”

Human piece of **** and Donald Trump throwaway Chris Christie was on WFAN in New York this morning because he’s desperate for attention and relevance. The topic of fandom came up, and Christie, a fatass from New Jersey who roots for the Cowboys, decided to opine on Eagles fans. From CBS Philly: “I understand why people are interested if you are a public figure, as to who you...
Via Crossing Broad
3 days ago

Philadelphia Eagles: Key defensive statistics from 2016

Much discussion surrounding the 2016 Philadelphia Eagles understandably involved Carson Wentz and the shocking start, sharp drops, and exceeded expectations. But the defensive side of the ball faced as much changes in the offseason as the offense. Changes included a new coordinator, a flip in scheme, and 170 fewer snaps. First, to put into perspective what 170 snaps means for a defense...
Via isportsweb.com
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Philadelphia Eagles: Zach Ertz needs to be the focal point of the offense

Finishing the season at 7-9, the Philadelphia Eagles were not happy with their performance, especially after their 3-0 start to the season. Despite firing head coach Chip Kelly the previous season, the team still had struggling moments. New head coach, Doug Pederson, had a difficult time getting his team to play good football. Part of the problem was trying to develop their rookie...
Via isportsweb.com
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Lane Johnson sues NFL, NFLPA over 10-game suspension

Philadelphia Eagles offensive tackle Lane Johnson has reportedly filed suit against both the NFL and NFLPA in the wake of the 10-game suspension that cost him most of the 2016 season. As reported by Albert Breer of The MMQB, he’s asking the court to vacate his penalties, which would presumably include the money he lost in game checks for his suspension. Eagles OT Lane Johnson...
Via Sportsnaut
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Philadelphia Eagles: Wide Receiver targets

The Philadelphia Eagles are coming off their second consecutive 7-9 season. This time around, however, the Eagles are confident they found a franchise quarterback in Carson Wentz, and now they need to build around him. Tight end Zach Ertz appears to be a favorite target for Wentz but the quarterback could use another reliable receiver. Even though the Eagles will likely draft a receiver...
Via isportsweb.com
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Eagles deny Jets permission to interview John DeFilippo

The Philadelphia Eagles may not be willing to part with quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo so easily. As first reported by ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Eagles denied the New York Jets permission to interview DeFilippo for an offensive coordinator position. Eagles denied Jets permission to interview their QB coach John DeFilippo for offensive coordinator job, per league source....
Via Larry Brown Sports
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Eagles’ mishandling of Jeff McLane ejection shows how not to deal with media

A team trying to crack down on individual media members or outlets covering it often backfires in a big way, and the latest example comes from the backlash the Philadelphia Eagles received after ejecting Philadelphia Inquirer beat writer Jeff McLane from the press box during their win over the Dallas Cowboys Sunday. That ejection sparked immediate backlash from other media in the...
Via Awful Announcing
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Eagles executive Howie Roseman outlines offseason plans

PHILADELPHIA (AP) Quick fixes are not part of the plan for the Philadelphia Eagles this offseason. After finishing 7-9 under first-year coach Doug Pederson with rookie quarterback Carson Wentz starting every game, top executive Howie Roseman made it clear the goal isn't to build a team that just makes the playoffs. The Eagles have been there, done that. They want to compete for...
Via Associated Press
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Carson Wentz gives Eagles hope for future

PHILADELPHIA (AP) Carson Wentz is the real deal. The Philadelphia Eagles and their fans got the answer they wanted about the rookie quarterback faster than expected. Wentz wasn't supposed to play much this season after being selected No. 2 in the draft. But the Eagles (7-9) traded Sam Bradford to the Vikings eight days before the season opener, recouped a 2017 first-round pick...
Via Associated Press
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Bills ask Eagles about interviewing Frank Reich

The Bills have reached out to the Eagles about interviewing offensive coordinator Frank Reich for their vacant head coaching position, according to ESPN.com. Reich would be a splash hire for the Bills. He replaced an injured Jim Kelly in 1992 and led the Bills to an improbable comeback from a 35-3 deficit in a wild-card game against the Houston Oilers. The Bills won that game 41...
Via The Sports Daily
17 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Carson Wentz gives Eagles TD ball to Mike Trout

Los Angeles Angels superstar Mike Trout hit up Lincoln Financial Field for the Eagles’ Week 17 matchup against the Cowboys, and he received a gift while he was there. Trout may have grown up in New Jersey, but it’s no secret that he’s an Eagles fan. And, lucky for him, Mark Sanchez played the majority of Sunday’s game at quarterback, which was a big reason why the Eagles...
Via The Sports Daily
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Eagles eject reporter from press box during game

The Philadelphia Eagles attempted to eject a writer from the press box during Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys, according to multiple reporters. A few reporters tweeted that Jeff McLane, who covers the Eagles for The Philadelphia Inquirer, was ejected after a disagreement with an Eagles PR rep. The Philadelphia Daily News’ Les Bowen explained what happened: During...
Via Larry Brown Sports
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Eagles eject reporter from press box after altercation

While the Philadelphia Eagles struggled with the Dallas Cowboys on the field Sunday, the team’s media staff got involved in a spat with reporters. From the sounds of it, Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer objected to an Eagles staffer hollering at reporters. It escalated from there, with McLane apparently ejected from the press box, according to Les Bowen of the Philadelphia...
Via The Sports Daily
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Gun locks sent to Eagles linemen for use on Christmas gifts

PHILADELPHIA (AP) After news spread that Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz purchased shotguns for his offensive line this Christmas, a Pennsylvania gun violence intervention group sent the men a gift of their own. Officials with CeaseFirePA say the organization sent gun locks to the football team for each player who received the personalized weapons from Wentz, an avid...
Via Associated Press
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Mike Trout gifts Eagles players new Nike shoes

Before joining the Los Angeles Angels and becoming the best baseball player in the world, Mike Trout was just a South Jersey boy. He hasn’t forgotten his roots. The MLB superstar hooked all of the Nike-wearing members of his beloved Philadelphia Eagles up with some new shoes (H/T Zach Berman, The Philadelphia Inquirer). Mike Trout gave shoes to every player on the Eagles who...
Via Sportsnaut
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Carson Wentz buys entire Eagles offensive line shotguns for Christmas

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz has found a way to endear himself to his offensive line — by giving them shotguns for Christmas. “The rookie quarterback endeared himself to the men up front by buying each of them a Beretta shotgun for Christmas. Each is personalized with the player’s number engraved on the butt of the gun,” Tim McManus of ESPN said. “Wentz...
Via Sportsnaut
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Ryan Mathews out for year with back injury

Philadelphia Eagles running back Ryan Mathews left Thursday night’s game against the New York Giants with what was referred to at the time as a “stinger,” but it turns out the injury was much more serious. Eagles coach Doug Pederson announced on Friday that Mathews has a herniated disk in his back and will not play in the final game of the season next week. #Eagles coach...
Via Larry Brown Sports
29 days ago  |  Discuss
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