6:08 PM EDT, Tue May 03, 2016
Philadelphia Eagles Rumors & News
Bleeding Green Nation 6 hours ago
Check it out. Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Connor Barwin and his Make The World Better Foundation are teaming up to host a benefit concert for the third year in a row. Barwin raised $170,000 in 2014 towards the Ralph Brooks park revitalization project. Last year, Barwin raised $300,000 towards revitalizing Smith Playground. This year the money will go towards supporting the revitalization of a third Philadelphia playground. As always, I definitely recommend going and supporting the event. Shamus Clancy, friend of BGN, went to Barwin's concert last year and wrote about how it was a good...
Bleeding Green Nation 8 hours ago
The newest edition of BGN Radio is here! (Episode #163). In this episode, we review the Eagles' 2016 NFL Draft picks.
Plain Dealer 12 mins ago
The Eagles executive VP of Football Operations Howie Roseman wanted to beat his NFC East rivals in the quarterback chase. The Browns' end of the trade looks like the smarter path.
Brandon Lee Gowton / Bleeding Green Nation 7 hours ago
Bummer. The Philadelphia Eagles released the following three players on Tuesday morning: running back Ross Scheuerman, linebacker Brandon Hepburn, and FULLBACK Ryan Mueller. These three roster cuts come one day after the Eagles released two players on Monday. It's clear the Birds are making room for...
philly.com 6 hours ago
The Eagles' strategy to manage their quarterback situation for 2016 sounds wonderful in theory, as long as you ignore the phony promise at its core.
philly.com May 2, 2016
The Eagles announced on Monday afternoon that they had released safety Jerome Couplin. The two-year pro played in eight games last season and had five tackles.
Chris Christie, during a guest co-hosting appearance on WFAN last week, weighed in on the Laremy Tunsil gas mask issue.
philly.com May 2, 2016
In his short time as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles, newly-acquired Carson Wentz has already had to deal with fans booing and harassing him at the airport and a crybaby teammate who hates the fact he was draft.
Eagles exec Howie Roseman offers insight into the team's move up in the 2016 NFL Draft.
Eagles Vice President of Football Operations says that the team's first-round draft choice enters the NFL with something to prove.
ESPN NFL Draft analyst breaks down the Eagles 2016 draft class that is so heavily weighted by the career of quarterback Carson Wentz.
Answering a question that many have after the NFL Draft.
THE WHEELS for the Eagles' decision to trade up and take Carson Wentz with the second pick in the draft Thursday night were set in motion long before he caught their eye at the Senior Bowl and the Scouting Combine and his pro-day workout, long before they fell in love with him during a predraft, candlelight dinner in Fargo.
NFC EAST EAGLES (C-) 1 (2) Carson Wentz QB North Dakota St. 3 (79) Isaac Seumalo C Oregon St. 5 (153) Wendell Smallwood RB West Virginia
LET'S CONSIDER, What if? As in, What if the Eagles stood pat for the 2016 draft? What if they never made the two big trades and simply drafted 13th?
Grading a draft can be a futile activity in the hours after Mr. Irrelevant is announced, but for the Eagles, there is only one grade that eventually will dictate how they did this year. That's the one for quarterback Carson Wentz, whose performance will always be the barometer for how this eight-man draft class is remembered.