As we continue the positional analysis on the Eagles Live Podcast, the focus is a tight end threesome that has continuity, versatility, depth and a big, big role to play in the season ahead. We talk to Coach Justin Peelle for the insight.
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Philadelphia Eagles : Audio
There's no better place to wrap up the Eagles minicamp in 2017 than on this week's podcast with some of the biggest takeaways from practice via five different sets of eyeballs before a ton of talk about two of the Eagles top rookies before they arrived in Philadelphia.
Head coach Doug Pederson gives his analysis of the OTAs and mandatory minicamp, breaking it down from what he's seen, and ESPN's Sal Paolantonio suggests that the Eagles could, yes!, win the NFC East this season. Tune in NOW!
In our positional analysis, we focus on the offensive line and ask: Can the Eagles' offensive line be great again and lead the way in 2017? Tune in for some great Eagles talk.
Fran Duffy is joined by former Eagles cornerback and current NFL Executive VP of Football Operations Troy Vincent to talk about the new rules in place for the 2017 season, a huge change in the way teams evaluate underclassmen for the draft, the Eagles cornerback situation and the what makes a skilled corner in the NFL.
How is RB LeGarrette Blount fitting in with his new team on and off the field? We talk to him and take a deep look at the RB position and how the Eagles will use their backfield this season? Take a listen now!
Join us as head coach Doug Pederson talks about the weekend Rookie Camp and we hear from No. 1 pick Derek Barnett and the locker room in this week's Eagles Live Podcast. You don't want to miss it!
Chris McPherson, Fran Duffy and Alex Smith go pick by pick breaking down the Eagles 2017 NFL Draft, discuss the veterans that benefited most from draft weekend, and even take a sneak peek at what's ahead for 2018.
Fran Duffy and Greg Cosell deliver their live stream of consciousness as Day 3 of the NFL Draft begins and the Eagles pick approaches, and get a peek at how Fran and Greg view team building through the draft. Fran then evaluates Mack Hollins before speaking with coach Chris Wilson about Derek Barnett.
It's late night at the NovaCare Complex and Joe Douglas talks about the selection of defensive end Derek Barnett and takes a look ahead at Day 2 of the NFL Draft. Is there more impact ahead for the Eagles? Tune in NOW.
Our Eagles Live Podcast is the PERFECT way to get ready for the #Eagles draft with a one-on-one interview with Joe Douglas, time with Ron Jaworski and a visit inside the locker room with Malcolm Jenkins and Zach Ertz. DO NOT MISS THIS.
We go around the league in our final Journey To The Draft Podcast presented by AAA as Chris McPherson, Fran Duffy and Alex Smith get insider knowledge for every team picking in the top 13 before a selection is made for the Eagles with the 14th pick in the draft.
NFL Draft insider Tony Pauline joins Chris McPherson, Fran Duffy and Alex Smith on the Journey To The Draft Podcast presented by AAA to offer the latest insight into this year's class based on what he's hearing behind the scenes around the league in a podcast you do NOT want to miss.
NBC Sports NFL Draft analyst Josh Norris explains what he looks for in pass rushers transitioning from college to the NFL and explains why he gave the Eagles a shiny new toy on defense in his most recent mock draft on this week's Eagle Eye In The Sky Podcast.
Offensive coordinator Frank Reich and defensive line coach Chris Wilson give us the inside scoop on the Eagles' additions on both sides of the ball in this offseason, and we hear how the fans grade the team's moves so far in this episode of the Eagles Live Podcast with Insider Dave Spadaro.
Philadelphia Eagles : News
The great Eagles defense of 1991 received some attention this past week. Football Outsiders wrote a piece on the greatest defenses of the past 30 seasons and ranked Gang Green as the best of the b...
Football Outsiders continues to list the top 30 teams of the last 30 years, breaking them down statistically by offense, defense, and special teams while also listing the top 30 teams overall, as...
ESPN's Sal Paolantonio conjured visions a former Eagles great who wore No. 17 while seeing wide receiver Alshon Jeffery during the Organized Team Activities and minicamp in the spring. "I though...
For the 2017 Rookie Class, the final day of the Eagles’ mandatory minicamp and the resulting final whistle allowed them all to take a collective, and huge, sigh of relief. It had been a crazy many months since their college football careers ended. The pre-draft schedule was demanding. The post-draft weeks had been exhausting ...
In the last 10 years of evaluating quarterbacks for the NFL Draft, Mike Mayock says that the two easiest evaluations were Andrew Luck, who went No. 1 overall to the Colts in 2012, and the Eagles' ...
To say the Eagles’ wide receiver picture has changed significantly in the matter of an offseason is to appreciate just how top-to-bottom different the room is on a daily basis. From free agency, through the NFL Draft, and with internal improvement, the wide receivers are, arguably, the most improved position on the roster ...
The Atlanta Falcons went to the Super Bowl last year. They had a breakthrough season and should have won the big game if not for an epic collapse. The Falcons were led by veteran stars on offense...
Torrey Smith has always served as a father figure as the oldest of seven children. It is no surprise that he is working hard to set an example today for his own kids.
The Philadelphia Eagles have hired Ian Cunningham as the team’s director of college scouting, T.J. McCreight as a player personnel executive, Brandon Brown as the club’s assistant director of pro ...
The Eagles held their final practice of the spring and then a conditioning test before letting the players out until late July for Training Camp. Here's what Dave Spadaro, Chris McPherson, and Fra...
Here's what we learned in the spring of 2017 with an Eagles team that set out its blueprint following a 7-9 2016 season and then did everything possible to stick to it. It’s hard to believe, of course, that the Eagles had wide receiver Alshon Jeffery or running back LeGarrette Blount in that blueprint, but sometimes you’ve just gotta be flexible, right? ...
The Eagles hosted the second of three minicamp practices Wednesday at the NovaCare Complex. Dave Spadaro provides insight from what he saw on the field and in the locker room, while Chris McPherso...
Extending the contract of Jason Peters through 2019 accomplishes many things for the Eagles – notably satisfying Peters’ desire to finish his career here, keeping a core player under contract for three seasons, and, while the details of Peters’ contract aren’t public, likely helping the Eagles’ salary cap picture for this season as, historically, these kinds of deal do ...
Arguably the greatest tackle in Philadelphia Eagles history, Jason Peters was signed to a one-year extension on Wednesday through the 2019 season. "It means a lot. This is reassurance that I'm go...
For the first time this spring, the Eagles went left to right with the offensive line they project will be one of the best in the NFL this season: Jason Peters at left tackle, Lane Johnson at right tackle, Jason Kelce at center, Brandon Brooks at right guard, and Allen Barbre/Isaac Seumalo at left guard. Ah, the present looks bright for the offensive line …
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Doug Pederson responds to Tuesday's reports on Josh Huff. Plus, Malcolm Jenkins, Jordan Matthews and Carson Wentz weigh in on how this team needs to finish out games.
Philadelphia Eagles : Video
Third-round pick Rasul Douglas takes us through his offseason arrival in Philadelphia before explaining his expectations for his first season in the NFL in this week's Rookie Journey.
A Wisconsin Badger through and through, Chris Maragos heads home in the offseason to work out with former college teammate JJ Watt in this segment from Inside The Eagles.
Safeties coach Tim Hauck talks about what it takes to be a safety in this scheme and how Rodney McLeod and Malcolm Jenkins are starting to feed off each other.
Check out wide receiver Mack Hollin's game highlights from his playing days at North Carolina.
Offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland thinks this is one of the deepest lines he's ever coached with a solid group of lineman that could play anywhere.
Special teams coordinator Dave Fipp talks about managing a group that is always changing year-to-year and how he is looking forward to the challenge this season.
Three out of four analysts named Alshon Jeffery as the most impressive Eagle from this spring's minicamps. Find out why on the Eagle Eye In The Sky Podcast.
Tight ends coach Justin Peelle thinks Zach Ertz is a top talent and enjoys coaching this dynamic group of tight ends that all bring something different to the position.
Take a look back at the top 5 plays of Jordan Matthews in the 2017 season.
Running back coach Duce Staley talks about his depth at the position and how Sproles' role will not change with all the added depth.
Defensive backs coach Cory Undlin talks about the competition at the cornerback position and expectations for rookie's Sidney Jones and Rasul Douglas.
Linebackers coach Ken Flajole is happy to see a healthy Jordan Hicks and looks for Joe Walker to bounce back after a rookie injury kept him out last season.
Wide receivers coach Mike Groh joins Dave Spadaro in the studio to discuss how the position group developed throughout the spring.
Defensive line coach Chris Wilson is impressed with first-round pick Derek Barnett and is excited about the competition headed into training camp.
Quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo talks about Carson Wentz expectations in his second year and some of the key offensive additions in the offseason.