Posts Tagged ‘Philadelphia Eagles’

Check out the Union’s Philadelphia jersey mashups

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

With nothing but time on their hands, the Philadelphia Union’s social team got creative with some Philadelphia mashup jerseys. The basic concept is the Union badge and snake logo on another City of Brotherly Love professional sports team’s jersey. Here’s the results.

Jatavis Brown hopes he’s found a ‘good fit’ with Philadelphia Eagles in free agency

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

Brown has a new opportunity with a new team after the Philadelphia Eagles agreed to a one-year deal with the 26-year-old last month. The Eagles could use some more bodies at linebacker, and while the team’s recent history at the position in free agency isn’t exactly sterling, Brown is the type of player who could seize his chance at carving out a role. It’s the latest stop in a career that has gone from Florida to Ohio to Southern California to Philadelphia.

New Eagles DT Javon Hargrave discusses leaving Steelers: ‘It was real tough’

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

Hargrave knew there was a decent chance the next stage of his career wouldn’t happen in Pittsburgh. Hargrave made that official when he agreed to a three-year contract with the Eagles that is worth up to $39 million. After beginning his career in Western Pennsylvania, Hargrave is heading to the southeast corner of the state to suit up in Philadelphia.

‘I Just Miss The Fans’: Eagles Quarterback Carson Wentz Discusses Offseason Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

For me and my wife, it was already an interesting time as we’re coming down to the wire here of my wife’s due date with a lot of planning and organizing and making sure we’re on top of things for when this little girl arrives,” said Wentz in an interview with Dave Spadaro on the team’s website. Now, the pandemic hits and we’re just trying to be extra cautious. With the unknown of her being pregnant and what’s coming.

NFL insider proposes a surprise first round pick for the Eagles

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

Iggles Blitz We’ve spent a lot of time trying to figure out which receiver the Eagles should take in the first round. It is possible the team has already made up its mind. Brandon Lee Gowton wrote a piece that shows a lot of rumors and nuggets point toward the Eagles going for Justin Jefferson with pick 21.

CBS3’s Don Bell On 2020 NFL Draft: ‘Eagles Need Players Who Can Break Game Open On Offense’

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

General manager Howie Roseman seemed to recognize just this set of facts as well, saying that the team would look to get younger this offseason. They started that process in free agency by saying goodbye to veterans Jason Peters, Malcolm Jenkins, Nigel Bradham and Vinny Curry. They also let oft-injured or underwhelming players Nelson Agholor, Kamu Grugier-Hill, Timmy Jernigan and Halapoulivaati Vaitai walk.

Grading the Eagles Free Agency

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

The Eagles added one of the premier cornerbacks in the league in Darius Slay and added Javon Hargreave, the most underrated Defensive Tackle in the league. These are huge additions and fit in with the Eagles mentality to sign players under 30. They also added Will Parks, a Philly native, who just came from Denver.

The realistic draft scenario if we Don’t trade Ertz

Wednesday, April 8th, 2020

I know it feels a bit high for RB but I have him going around here. He along with AJ Dillion, Zach Moss and Lamical Perrine are my preferred backs we draft. He isn't going to offer much in pass pro but makes up for it with the ability in college to catch out of the backfield.

Eagles building a hybrid secondary centered around versatility and Darius Slay

Wednesday, April 8th, 2020

For the first time since he became the Eagles defensive coordinator, Schwartz has options and versatile defenders capable of shifting and morphing into several different roles. The NFL has entered the phase of the hybrid-defender and the Eagles have several on their roster that they likely build around Darius Slay. Philadelphia entered the 2020 offseason with the idea of reshaping the secondary and Howie Roseman made it clear that the status quo was no longer acceptable.

NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo: Why a Philadelphia Eagles’ trade for wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins trade didn’t materialize

Wednesday, April 8th, 2020

NFL Network's Mike Garafolo discusses the Philadelphia Eagles' approach to the wide receiver position this offseason and explores moves they might make moving forward.