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According to a report out of Washington, the Eagles have added some depth to their secondary, signing veteran safety O.J. Atogwe. Atogwe is a former Ram and most recently played a season with the Redskins and figures to slide into the backup free safety spot behind Nate Allen.
While Atogwe has had his injury issues the last few seasons, if healthy, he could be a useful addition to the Eagles secondary. He should provide great depth and can step in and start if needed. While he isn't the same player that picked off 8 passes for the Rams in 2007, Atogwe is definitely a player worth taking a flier on, assuming he signed a one year contract for very little guaranteed money.
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The Philadelphia Eagles are close to announcing the signing of free agent safety O.J. Atogwe, who spent 2011 with the NFC East rival Washington Redskins, according to reports.
Atogwe may not be the safety in shining armor that some had hoped for, but he will be an important addition for the Birds who need veteran experience at safety.
The player texted ESPN radio’s Chris Russell...
Philadelphia Eagles first-round draft pick DT Fletcher Cox agreed to a 4-year deal with the team on Monday. The signing means that the Eagles have now signed all 9 of the players selected in this year’s draft.
The Eagles moved up three picks to get the 12th overall pick to get Cox, a 6’4, 298 player from Mississippi State. Though the rest of the drafted players were signed before...
The complexity of the 2012 NFL Draft changed when Peyton Manning had multiple neck surgeries leading to the Indianapolis Colts drafting Andrew Luck. Absolutely nobody ever imagined that the Colts would have been in position to draft Luck heading into the 2012 season. It was the usual suspects, Buffalo Bills or the Washington Redskins. Those two were
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The Philadelphia Eagles became the 11th team in the NFL to sign their entire draft class by inking the 12th pick in the draft today. Defensive tackle Fletcher Cox has agreed to a four-year deal worth $10.24 million.
For starters it’s nice to have this completely out of the way 34 days ahead of rookies reporting to training camp. Most of all, having...
The Eagles have announced that they've locked up 2012 1st round pick Fletcher Cox to a 4 year contract. He was the last of 9 draft picks this year to be signed to a contract with the team.
Rookies are set to report to training camp at Lehigh University on July 22nd. Expect all 9 picks to be there.
Stay tuned for more details on the Eagles as training camp approaches by following...
The results came pouring in for our third fantasy football face/off poll and I’m sure it shall be no surprise to hear that it was our very own Andrew Nordmeier winning the checkered flag with his Cam Newton opus which you can read here. I mean, why would you be surprised, Andrew writes for us, ya know? Taking in 67% of the vote, Andrew left Mark Lee crest-fallen when his loving...
It has been a few weeks since we posted on the NFL’s top players at each position, so let’s get back at it. Today we are going to take a look at the NFL’s top Cornerbacks in 2012.
5. Charles Woodson – Green Bay Packers
Charles Woodson might be aging and losing a step with each day, but he is one of the best corners the NFL has. With the amount of experience he...
The Philadelphia Eagles claimed defensive end Monte Taylor off of waivers from the Seahawks on Monday. Taylor (6-5, 266) was signed after the draft as a free agent by Seattle.
Taylor played at the University of Cincinnati, making him the 5th player on the Eagles roster from that school, the most of any on the team. He registered 24 total tackles as a Bearcat, six tackles for loss...
I have undoubtedly heaped a lot of praise on the Philadelphia Eagles recently. It’s actually very out of character for me, whether you realize it or not. Their solid offseason and organizational changes in philosophy are things that I have chronicled well for you.
There was only one thing that kept sticking in my crawl. The one weakness that the Eagles seemed to overlook this offseason...