Posts Tagged ‘Philadelphia Eagles’

AFC West news: KC Chiefs extend Patrick Mahomes but they are far from a “dynasty” waiting to happen

Monday, July 6th, 2020

McLeod missed 13 games in 2018 and he’s also just okay. Two seasons removed from winning a Super Bowl with a roster that would supposedly only get better, the Eagles have gone 18-14, 1-2 in the postseason, and while they do have good players remaining (Wentz, Ertz, Kelce, Johnson, Cox, Barnett), we’ve seen how fragile every team in the league tends to be given the nature of the sport.

Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes lands massive contract: What it means for Cowboys’ Dak Prescott; How will money compare to Eagles’ Carson Wentz, Seahawks’ Russell Wilson?

Monday, July 6th, 2020

Get exclusive news, behind-the-scenes observations and the ability to text directly with reporters It remains unclear how much money — and fully guaranteed money at signing — Mahomes will be getting from this contract. But it’ll be a lot. And Mahomes could make history in another way, too: When you consider what sort of money Mahomes probably will be getting, it’s worth examining what other top quarterbacks got in recent years.

The Eagles soared at the Forum in 2018. Today you can watch the concert on ESPN

Sunday, July 5th, 2020

On Sunday, sports network ESPN will premiere an Eagles concert shot at the Forum in Inglewood. Here's how to tune in.

Eagles’ Darius Slay shows off “elite” footwork

Sunday, July 5th, 2020

Let’s get to the Philadelphia Eagles links ... Eye On the Enemy #24: Special Guest Mike Garafolo - BGN Radio John Stolnis chats with Mike Garafolo of NFL Network about what’s going to be a weird NFL off-season and regular season with extra thoughts on the Eagles including Garafolo’s opinion on the Pederson vs. McVay debate PLUS will Washington change their problematic team name?! Powered by SB Nation and Bleeding Green Nation.

Philadelphia Eagles roster preview: Offensive line

Sunday, July 5th, 2020

But with the conclusion of the virtual offseason program and with much of the NFL action on pause for most of July, we’re going to go through the Philadelphia Eagles roster position-by-position to break down where the roster stands entering training camp. Next up: the offensive line. Players: Lane Johnson Brandon Brooks Jason Kelce Isaac Seumalo Andre Dillard Matt Pryor Jordan Mailata Nate Herbig Sua Opeta Keegan Render Casey Tucker Jack Driscoll Prince Tega Wanogho Luke Juriga Julian Good-Jones...

Eagles news: Darius Slay making an impression as a mentor

Saturday, July 4th, 2020

Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Darius Slay is yet to suit up for his new organization, yet he is already making a considerable impact across the rest of the league. That impact — mentoring young cornerbacks on the nuance of the position — is sure to make it even more difficult to throw against both Slay and the youngsters who are soaking up his advice.

Philadelphia Eagles roster preview: Tight ends

Saturday, July 4th, 2020

Players: Zach Ertz Dallas Goedert Josh Perkins Alex Ellis Noah Togiai Locks Ertz and Goedert form one of the top tight end duos in the NFL. In 2019, they were the Eagles’ top receivers and combined for 146 catches for 1,523 yards and 11 touchdowns. Coach Doug Pederson said he wants to keep going heavy on the “12” personnel to get both Ertz and Goedert onto the field together, so both should be in for big roles again in 2020, even if healthier wide receiver play cuts into their numbers a bit.

Eagles legend Brian Westbrook speaks on Miles Sanders potentially carrying the team in 2020

Friday, July 3rd, 2020

Miles Sanders set some lofty goals for his rookie season in the NFL and after a slow start to his 2019 season, the former Penn State star played a huge role in the Eagles securing another division title. Sanders broke numerous Eagles rookie records while leading the team in rushing and providing the only big play presence in the passing game. With the Eagles star looking to win an MVP this season, Sanders has worked hard to ensure that he has no sophomore slump.

Why the Eagles could be a dumpster fire in 2020

Friday, July 3rd, 2020

Earlier this week, Jimmy Kempski and I ran through reasons why the Philadelphia Eagles’ NFC East rivals could be dumpster fires in 2020. Now it’s time to go over the biggest concerns about the Birds. You can listen to the latest BGN Radio podcast by [CLICKING HERE] to listen or use the embedded player below: Potential worries include: the offensive line decline, the loss of Malcolm Jenkins, the unsettled wide receiver situation, and more.

Name change finally coming for the Washington team?

Friday, July 3rd, 2020

Let’s get to the Philadelphia Eagles links ... FedEx has asked the Redskins to change their name - Hogs Haven FedEx has asked the Washington Redskins to change their name. This is a pretty big deal in the ongoing name change debate.