Posts Tagged ‘Philadelphia Eagles’

Carson Wentz surprises fan who wished him well after trade to Colts

Thursday, February 25th, 2021

Giovanni shared video of the surprise on social media, saying he had "no idea" Wentz was going to pop up on the Zoom call. Over the years, Giovanni and Wentz have shared a few viral moments, with the first coming during training camp in 2019, when the two shared a special moment as Wentz walked off the field. The quarterback stopped to greet Giovanni who was waiting on the sideline.

Eagles News: Jason Avant says the Carson Wentz disconnect began in 2018

Thursday, February 25th, 2021

However, he was not a raging asshole, nor was he the worst person on the planet, which is what some people would have you think. things I think about the Eagles after the Carson Wentz trade - BGN Although I prefer the Eagles to ride with Hurts, I’m not opposed to them selecting a quarterback high in the 2021 NFL Draft. A team without a sure-fire answer at quarterback must do all they can — even if it might be overkill — to secure that solution.

Why ex-Eagles wide receiver Jason Avant believes Carson Wentz’s mindset changed in 2018

Wednesday, February 24th, 2021

Sign up for Eagles Extra: Get exclusive news, behind-the-scenes observations and the ability to text directly with reporters Fellow quarterback Nick Foles would go on to replace Wentz for a second consecutive season. In turn, Foles led a follow-up playoff run just one year after the team’s Super Bowl LII push. In 2018, this where the mindset of Carson -- to me -- with the organization changed,” Avant said.

Former Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson selling NJ mansion for $2.7M

Wednesday, February 24th, 2021

Doug Pederson, the former coach of the Philadelphia Eagles, is flying away from his Moorestown, NJ, home. The Colonial-style estate is now available for a hair under $2.7 million. Fired by the team just three years after a miraculous Super Bowl win, Pederson is ready for a fresh start.

Former Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson selling NJ mansion for $2.7M

Wednesday, February 24th, 2021

Doug Pederson, the former coach of the Philadelphia Eagles, is flying away from his Moorestown, NJ, home. The Colonial-style estate is now available for a hair under $2.7 million. Fired by the team just three years after a miraculous Super Bowl win, Pederson is ready for a fresh start.

Australian Bid Put on IOC Fast Track to Host 2032 Olympics – NBC10 Philadelphia

Wednesday, February 24th, 2021

Did the Australian city of Brisbane just get picked as the host of the 2032 Olympics? It looked that way Wednesday when the International Olympic Committee named the bid centered on the coastal city in the state of Queensland as its preferred candidate. The decision by the IOC's executive board puts Brisbane on a fast-track to victory 11 years ahead of the games and before several expected rival candidates have publicly developed their plans.

8 things I think about the Eagles after the Carson Wentz trade

Wednesday, February 24th, 2021

It’s hard not to feel like Wentz believed the Eagles were wrong for benching him, even though it really should’ve happened even sooner with how poorly he was playing. I can’t blame anyone with hard feelings towards Wentz. I can’t blame anyone for booing him as an opposing player.

5 Wide Receivers the Philadelphia Eagles Could Target in Free Agency – NBC10 Philadelphia

Wednesday, February 24th, 2021

wide receivers for Eagles to target in free agency originally appeared on NBC Sports Philadelphia The Eagles are in a tricky salary cap situation as free agency approaches, so don’t expect them to make any big splashes. With that in mind, for this series we’ll look at some cheaper options as the Eagles try to fill out their first roster under Nick Sirianni. Free agency begins on March 17 and the legal tampering window opens March 15.

Former Philadelphia Eagles Head Coach Doug Pederson Selling NJ Mansion for $2.7M

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2021

The Jersey suburbs are a popular area for Eagles players and coaches to land, as they offer privacy and an easy 15-minute commute both to Center City Philadelphia and New York City. Set on nearly 3.28 acres, the stately, custom-built home from 1985 offers five bedrooms, five full bathrooms, and two half-bathrooms. Highlights of the 6,918-square-foot interior include a two-story entrance with curved staircase.

NFL Notes: Quarterback musical chairs continues

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2021

Wentz' price wasn't in the Stafford range as the Colts picked up their new quarterback for the modest cost of a third-round pick plus a conditional 2022 second-rounder that can improve to a first depending on Wentz' playing time with the Colts. Financially Wentz is pretty cheap as well. While there is some risk considering the guaranteed portion of his deal, assuming he can right the ship and remains at the helm in Indy he's set to earn $98.4 million over the next four years with about $40 milli...