AFC Scout Compares Mitch Trubisky To Carson Wentz

North Carolina’s Mitch Trubisky is earning rave reviews ahead of the NFL Combine. Many expect Trubisky to be one of the first quarterbacks off the board in an relatively weak draft class. With size, athleticism and a strong throwing arm, he could very well be the first player taken overall. Trubisky has drawn comparisons from a wide array of quarterbacks, from Trent Green to Alex...
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2 days ago

The NFL Network Wants to Makeover Your Car with Help from the Eagles

Did you know the NFL Network has offseason programming, like a show where they take a deserving fan and pimp makeover their car? It’s called Tackle My Ride, and season one brought a legitimately badass Seahawks truck, a slightly more subtle Browns SUV, and a sweet Giants van. For season two, they’re looking to hook up an Eagles fan. Do you know someone “who has made a big sacrifice...
Via Crossing Broad
2 days ago

Philadelphia Eagles: The positives of letting Bennie Logan walk

The discussion involving what to do with free agent DT Bennie Logan continues to rile opinions. The decisions for other Eagles veterans, including Connor Barwin, Jason Kelce, and Brent Celek, are met with a comparative blasé wave of the hand. The difference between those players and a commodity like Logan is dollar sign versus value. Unfortunately for Logan, the Eagles have the...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Philadelphia Eagles Draft Preview: Wide Receiver Position

Draft season is almost here so we took a second to rank wide receiver prospects. Could one of them end up on the Philadelphia Eagles? The NFL draft is rapidly approaching and April 27th will be here in the blink of an eye. Between now & then, teams will be finalizing their draft boards: ranking […] Philadelphia Eagles Draft Preview: Wide Receiver Position - Section 215 - Section...
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2 days ago

Maybe We Lay off the Eagles for the Minor Ticket Price Hike?

And who said sports talk radio was stale? I’m all for calling out greediness – HELLO, SIXERS MID-SEASON PRICE HIKES! – but the righteous indignation over the Eagles’ minor season ticket price hike is a tad ridiculous. Last week, a few people emailed me and said their tickets were going up. I readied my blogging fingers and set them to skewer. How dare the lackluster Eagles...
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4 days ago

The Case Against Cutting Nelson Agholor

The Philadelphia Eagles have tough decisions to make this offseason in regards to who to keep and who to cut. Leodis McKelvin was the first cap casualty for the Philadelphia Eagles and with his performances this season, he was also one of the most obvious cuts to make. There are big decisions to make with […] Philadelphia Eagles: The Case Against Cutting Nelson Agholor - Section...
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5 days ago

This is The Worst Eagles Tattoo We’ve Ever Seen

Tattoos are touchy. On one hand, each one is personal and private to the owner – whether they be meaningful, stupid, somewhere in between, or in close proximity to the taint. On the other, you’re walking around with an outward expression of something you’re gonna have to stand behind for the rest of your life (or at least happily brush off as an experience). The tattoo above...
Via Crossing Broad
6 days ago

Report: Eagles looking to trade LB Mychal Kendricks

The Philadelphia Eagles are reportedly looking to trade linebacker Mychal Kendricks this offseason and could potentially release him if that doesn’t pan out, per Jimmy Kempski of PhillyVoice.“According to a source, the Philadelphia Eagles are willing to move on from Mychal Kendricks this offseason, and it is anticipated that teams around the league will have interest in acquiring...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Philadelphia Eagles offseason checklist and moving forward with Carson Wentz

With the second pick of the 2016 draft the Philadelphia Eagles selected Carson Wentz. Eagles fans had high hopes for the six foot five-inch quarterback out of North Dakota State. Although the Eagles only managed to finish this previous season 7-9 and missed the playoffs there were many positive things to take away from the season. Carson Wentz is the franchise quarterback that the Eagles...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Eagles expected to chase Alshon Jeffery in free agency

Despite Carson Wentz throwing for more than 3,700 yards last season, the Philadelphia Eagles’ leading receiver was a tight end.The Eagles hope to change that by possibly signing the best free-agent wide receiver on the market. CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora reports that Philadelphia is expected to “be in on” Chicago Bears wide receiver Alshon Jeffery.The former Pro Bowl selection...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Philadelphia Eagles: Overlooked roster holes of the near future

Cornerback and wide receiver reign supreme on the Philadelphia Eagles’ need list, but there are other parts of the roster they have an opportunity to sure up without putting more dents in their already shaky salary cap situation. There are three players in three different positions that many have taken for granted in the persistence to find replacements at CB and WR. Darren Sproles...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Correction: Super Bowl-NFLPA Award story

HOUSTON (AP) In a story Feb. 2 about Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcom Jenkins winning the 2017 Byron ''Whizzer'' White Award, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the NFL Players Association donated $10,000 to Jenkins' foundation. The donation was $100,000. A corrected version of the story is below: Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins wins Whizzer White Award Philadelphia...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Movies you can stream now to get your football fix

Welp, it’s over.While the New England Patriots Super Bowl Parade brought us Rob Gronkowski doing Rob Gronkowski things, it also brought us a very sad realization: meaningful football won’t be around for another seven months. Every year, football fans reach the highest of highs with the Super Bowl only to come down to a crushing depression that hits almost as hard as Kam Chancellor...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Eagles release starting CB Leodis McKelvin, save $3.2 million in cap space

In a salary-cap move that will help shape their roster in 2017, the Philadelphia Eagles have released Leodis McKelvin, who started 12 games this past season. This roster move saves Philadelphia $3.2 million in cap space for the upcoming season. Drafted No. 11 overall back in 2008 out of Troy, McKelvin spent his first eight seasons in Buffalo and started 72 games during that time...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Philadelphia Eagles Draft Preview | Running Back Positional Rankings

How will the Philadelphia Eagles‘ scheme affect their rankings of different prospects and positions? We take a look at the running backs here. There is no true off-season in the NFL. Unlike the other professional leagues in America, the NFL has major events every month of the year. Outside of the competitive season, the NFL has […] Philadelphia Eagles Draft Preview | Running...
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11 days ago

Report: Eagles ask Jason Peters to take pay cut

The Philadelphia Eagles have approached Jason Peters about taking a pay cut next season, according to a report.ESPN’s Adam Caplan says the Eagles would like their left tackle to consider taking less money next season. Peters is set to earn nearly $10.5 million next season, with a cap number of $11.7 million.Philly is cash-strapped this offseason after making multiple signings last...
Via Larry Brown Sports
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Carson Wentz hunts cardboard cutouts of Peter Schrager on GMFB

NFL quarterbacks are sometimes annoyed with the media, so watching one drill moving cardboard cutouts of a reporter with footballs is pretty funny. That’s what happened when Eagles’ quarterback Carson Wentz went on NFL Network’s Good Morning Football live from Super Bowl Week Thursday. GMFB hosts Kyle Brandt and Peter Schrager spoke to Wentz about his love for hunting, and...
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins wins Whizzer White Award

HOUSTON (AP) Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins has won the 2017 Byron ''Whizzer'' White Award and his foundation will receive a $10,000 donation from the NFL Players Association. Jenkins received the honor Thursday at the union's annual Super Bowl news conference. The award is given to a player for his profound dedication to positively impacting his team, community and...
Via Associated Press
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Eagles to target Kenny Stills in free agency

Now, less than a month until the start of free agency, the 30 NFL teams not competing in Super Bowl LI this weekend are focusing on the offseason. There’s a whole lot of work for these clubs to do in order to be playing in this big game next season.The Philadelphia Eagles can definitely be included in this list. After starting the 2016 campaign with a 3-0 mark, Philadelphia lost...
Via Sportsnaut
17 days ago  |  Discuss

QUIZ: Name every head coach in the history of the Philadelphia Eagles

Dating back to their founding in 1933, the Philadelphia Eagles have had 23 coaches in NFL franchise history. This list includes one Hall of Fame coach, two Hall of Fame players, and one Hall of Fame Commissioner. Unfortunately, a coach has never lead the team to a Super Bowl victory. How many of the leaders of the Eagles can you name?Clue: Years Active
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Eagles say Mike Groh will coach wide receivers

PHILADELPHIA (AP) The Eagles have agreed to terms with Mike Groh to be their wide receivers coach. Groh spent this past season as the passing game coordinator and wide receivers coach for the Los Angeles Rams. He served as the wide receivers coach with the Chicago Bears from 2013-15 and at the University of Alabama from 2011-12. He also coached at Virginia, Louisville and with...
Via Associated Press
27 days ago  |  Discuss

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