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Matthews, Agholor could be Eagles 1-2 punch next season

  View image | When the Eagles used their first-round pick at this year's draft to select Nelson Agholor, it was clear they were drafting another piece of the team's future at wide receiver. What most people probably didn't expect was that Agholor could factor into that future almost immediately. As in, be a top receiver. That is what one NFL executive has said...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

Eagles' Matthews gives advice to incoming rookie class

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Jordan Matthews was able to make an immediate impact in his rookie season. Matthews emerged as the Eagles' slot wide receiver as a rookie, and he finished with 872 yards receiving and eight touchdowns on 67 receptions. Aside from helping his team win football games, Matthews carried a unique goal with him through his rookie season. He wanted to...
Via Fox Sports
28 days ago  |  Discuss

A weekend workout with Eagles’ receiver Jordan Matthews…

Ever wonder what your first-string receivers are doing to stay in shape on the last weekend in June? I was curious to know what level of activity the “speed/RAC guys” like Jordan Matthews are supposed to maintain while still four or five weeks away from training camp. It would seem to me (an amateur!) that you’d want to keep everything stretched out with a normal daily run—...
Via Eagles Eye
June 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Eagles rookie receiver arriving early to practice in a taxi

Philadelphia Eagles first-round pick Nelson Agholor wants to make sure he’s at the team facility and prepared to impress Chip Kelly during his first organized activities as a member of the team. According to fellow Eagles wide receiver Jordan Matthews, the first-year player from Southern California is bypassing the rookie shuttle to practice, instead opting to take a taxi to...
Via Sportsnaut
May 27, 2015  |  Discuss

The top 5 plays of Jordan Matthews’ Vanderbilt career

When the Philadelphia Eagles selected Vanderbilt wide receiver Jordan Matthews in the second round of the NFL Draft, a collective sigh of relief was heard around town. The loss of Pro Bowl playmaker DeSean Jackson was weighing heavily on the franchise and they desperately needed to add a dynamic replacement. Matthews fits the bill perfectly. At the combine he clocked a 4.46 forty...
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July 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Philadelphia Eagles: Jordan Matthews Making Waves So Far

#491402877 / Although the Philadelphia Eagles lost star receiver DeSean Jackson this offseason, there’s no need for Eagles’ fans to worry. Jordan Matthews, a second round selection in the 2014 NFL draft, looks well-equipped to help the Eagles cope with the loss of Jackson. One of the most decorated player to ever suit up for Vanderbilt, Matthews left the school...
Via TopSportsReport
June 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Jordan Matthews Hype Explodes After Single Tweet

If you’ve been on Twitter any time during the past 24 hours, I’m sure you must have seen a Tweet or two (or a hundred) about Eagles rookie WR Jordan Matthews. Apparently he’s gone from fighting for the third receiver position to being rookie of the year to being the No. 1 Wide Receiver to being a shoe-in for the Hall of Fame when his career is over. All in the past 24 hours...
Via Eagles Addict
June 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Philadelphia Eagles: Why Jordan Matthews was their best pick

The Philadelphia Eagles surprised many in the first round of the NFL Draft by selecting Louisville OLB Marcus Smith. After trading with the Browns to move down to the 26th spot, the Eagles decided to bolster their pass rush with the former Louisville linebacker. Smith will be an impact pass rusher in the NFL but will not be the most valuable player from this Eagles draft class. That...
May 21, 2014  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Highlights of Jordan Matthews and Josh Huff, your newest Philadelphia Eagles

The Philadelphia Eagles took Vanderbilt WR Jordan Matthews with the No. 42 overall pick, and former Oregon wideout Josh Huff with the No. 86 selection. Both possess varying skill-sets, but are expected to contribute as the Eagles’ No. 3 and No. 4 receivers, respectively. Here are their highlight tapes, starting with Matthews’. Both tapes are courtesy of NFL Draft Geek. And...
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May 10, 2014  |  Discuss

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