The Philadelphia Eagles closed out a 2019 season with mixed feelings. However, they had a sense of direction and promises for improvement.
As the dust begins to settle following last week’s NFL Draft, few selections shocked the football world more than the Philadelphia Eagles decision to draft quarterback Jalen Hurts in the second round. The move immediately sparked debate to how the Eagles could utilise the former Oklahoma quarterback in their offence and what the pick could mean for Carson Wentz.
When the news broke a few days back the Denver Broncos will trade for AJ Bouye from the Jacksonville Jaguars, it all but confirmed two things. The Jags look to be entering a rebuild mode and the Broncos are preparing for the potential loss of Chris Harris Jr.
One of the most exciting, and unpredictable, elements of the NFL draft is when a franchise comes out of nowhere with a trade of draft picks in order to move up and grab a player they see as a game changer for their organisation. At the same time, other franchises see this as an opportunity to collect extra tickets in the draft lottery by moving down.
Reports are emerging out of Philadelphia that veteran receiver Alshon Jeffrey could be on the move.
The Los Angeles Rams face a difficult decision entering this off season regarding their superstar running back Todd Gurley. Despite not being a free agent, Gurley’s production and role in the team has significantly reduced over the past season and a half, leaving many to wonder if he will be seeing the back of LA before the team moves into the brand new SoFi Stadium in September.
Could the Eagles look to deplete the Cowboys?
It’s looking increasingly likely that Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Alshon Jeffery will be moving on this offseason. The 29-year-old could be leaving the Eagles after just three seasons at the Lincoln Financial Field after reports suggesting he could be on his way out have emerged in the last couple of days.
The Philadelphia Eagles couldn’t take down Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks in the Wild Card round. Here are several moves they need to make in order to return to the playoffs and progress further in 2020.
The Philadelphia Eagles are considering promoting defensive special assistant Matt Burke to defensive line coach, according to a report from ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler. The Eagles have a vacancy at the position after seemingly Phillip Daniels on Friday.
The Philadelphia Eagles have been searching around for a new offensive coordinator after scoring a mere nine points in their wild card game against the Seattle Seahawks on January 4. Notably, former NFL star wide receiver and 14-year Pittsburgh Steelers veteran Hines Ward is interested in helping out on that side of the ball.
According to a report from NFL insider Tom Pelissero, the Cleveland Browns are going to interview Philadelphia Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz for their head coaching vacancy, following the sacking of Freddie Kitchens.
The Seattle Seahawks began the season with an impressive 10-2 record, but lost the rhythm, losing three of their last four games, including losses to both the Rams and Cardinals. There’s no doubt that the momentum is on the Eagles’ side for this one, and with home advantage, where their defence has been notably better this season.
After an uneven start to the season, the Eagles and their stuttering offence came up against one of the dominant defensive units in Green Bay Thursday night.
This loss at Lambeau could be the difference between home field advantage in the playoffs or even in a competitive NFC North, a wildcard berth.