Eagles avoid using team name "Redskins" in media guide

  View image | The Philadelphia Eagles appear to be avoiding the term "Redskins" for the name of Washington's professional football team. This is interesting. The #Eagles appear to have wiped the name #Redskins from this week's weekly media guide. #NFL — Matt Lombardo (@MattLombardo975) September 30, 2015 The "Redskins" team name...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Plenty of blame for Eagles' poor running game

PHILADELPHIA (AP) DeMarco Murray went from breaking records in Dallas to historically terrible stats in Philadelphia. Yet, it's not his fault. Two years after the Eagles had the best rushing offense in the NFL, they now have the worst. Everyone deserves part of the blame except the guys actually running the ball because they have nowhere to go. Poor blocking on the offensive line...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Inside the Huddle: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly in the Eagles v Cowboys Game

  View image | Patrick Causey, Eagledelphia Writer The Philadelphia Eagles got embarrassed by the Dallas Cowboys Sunday in front of the entire country. There is simply no other way around it. The game was so bad that the Eagles might have been tempted to not even watch the tape. Just push it aside, consider it an aberration and focus on preparing for the must...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Playoff roadmap for 0-2 Philadelphia Eagles: Don't panic yet

The massive offseason changes orchestrated by Philadelphia head coach Chip Kelly have yet to pay dividends. Here are two changes that can help the Eagles (0-2) fly high again. *Tweak the running attack: Based upon the success experienced by Atlanta and Dallas, defenses may have gotten wise to the zone-blocking schemes that have helped Philadelphia field one of the league's most productive...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Can the Eagles salvage their season after an embarassing 0-2 start?

Last week the Eagles loss to the Atlanta Falcons was disappointing. A two-point loss to a good team on the road to open a season in which you have a ton of new starters isn’t a season-ender. Sunday afternoon against the Dallas Cowboys was embarrassing. The Eagles were playing a divisional opponent without their best player on offense in Philadelphia and were flat-out beaten in...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Five biggest questions for the Eagles heading into Week 1

The Philadelphia Eagles are coming off of an extremely impressive preseason in which they averaged an astronomical 33.3 points per game. Although it was the preseason, the Eagles still blew the doors off of three of their four opponents. Coming into Week 1, look for the Eagles to continue their hot streak offensively against a mediocre Atlanta Falcons defense. There are several question...
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Pat Shurmur Press Conference: Offensive line update, Sam Bradford analysis, Zach Ertz availablity

  View image | Today, the Philadelphia Eagles practiced in preparation for Saturday's preseason game against the Green Bay Packers. Prior to practice, Eagles offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur addressed the media during a press conference. Shurmur is pleased to have Allen Barbre at the starting left guard position. He explained that left-tackle Jason Peters and...
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August 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Madden NFL 16: Eagles Starting Roster Ratings

  View image | Madden NFL 16 hit stores yesterday, and the new-look Philadelphia Eagles have an overall team rating of 84.  According to Madden 16, the Eagles should have a solid offensive line anchored by left-tackle Jason Peters (96 overall), right-tackle Lane Johnson (88 overall) and center Jason Kelce (87 overall). Starting guards Allen Barbre (77 overall...
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August 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Philadelphia Eagles position preview: Offensive Line

The Philadelphia Eagles offensive line, like most position groups coming into the 2015 season, has undergone several changes. While the Eagles return three starters at left tackle, right tackle and center, they will have new faces starting at right and left guard. Dominant LT Jason Peters returns for his 12th season and 7th with the birds. Also returning is stud C Jason Kelce and...
August 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Training Camp Update: Eagles have multiple options at starting right guard

  View image | The Philadelphia Eagles have solidified four of their five starting offensive line positions.  This off-season, the Eagles released both of their starting guards from the 2014 season. The aging right guard Todd Herremans was let go by the team in late February. He signed with the Indianapolis Colts soon after his release. Also, the disgruntled...
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August 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Eagles' right guard spot still uncertain one week through camp

The Philadelphia Eagles have been forced to shuffle their interior offensive line this offseason after losing Evan Mathis and Todd Herremans. Allen Barbre is settling in at left guard, but the Eagles' right guard spot is still up for grabs. Matt Tobin, Andrew Gardner, Julian Vandervelde and John Moffit are competing for the opportunity to start, and according to head coach Chip Kelly...
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August 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Eagles veteran players looking to break out of their career shadows…

Most of the speculative excitement about upcoming Eagles training camp will be focused upon the drafted rookies and the offseason big-name acquisitions. It always seems that way.  I had been thinking about giving some thought to the other guys, though—the returning veteran players whose careers are somewhat in the shadows of popular scrutiny. I worked on a rough draft of such...
Via Eagles Eye
July 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Who Will Replace Todd Herremans and Evan Mathis on the Offensive Line?

Tackle Allen Barbre #76 of the Philadelphia Eagles blocks linebacker Jason Worilds #93 of the Pittsburgh Steelers on August 21, 2014 at Lincoln Financial Field. (Mandatory Credit: ESPN/Getty Images) The Philadelphia Eagles made some big decisions this offseason releasing Todd Herremans and Evan Mathis. These two veteran guards have been productive members of the Eagles’ offensive...
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July 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Eagles Offseason Gameshow Series - Offensive Line: You Are The Weakest Link

Eagles Offseason Gameshow - Offensive Line:  You Are The Weakest LinkIn the off-season, we at Eagledelphia have the arduous task of completing the gap of ho-hum days between the 2015 NFL draft and organized team activities, until the time that official training camp with pads hits and the team news begins to flow like threads into the 2015 NFL season tapestry.  So between family...
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July 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Projecting the 2015 Philadelphia Eagles Offense: QBs & Parkey Edition

In less than a month, the Philadelphia Eagles will open training camp.  Without question, the most significant storyline will be the “open competition” at the quarterback position.  This will undoubtedly dwarf the following topics: Evan Mathis’ departure, the performance of Allen Barbre/Jason Moffitt/ Matt Tobin/Andrew Gardner/etc., the new-look Murray/Mathews/Sproles backfield...
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July 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Eagles' Allen Barbre is confident he can replace Evan Mathis

After releasing all-pro Evan Mathis earlier this month, the Philadelphia Eagles plan to throw offensive lineman Allen Barbre right into the fire. The Eagles have replaced Mathis with Barbre at left guard with the first team offense. Since joining the Eagles in 2013, Barbre has only taken 122 regular season snaps. Nonetheless, Barbre is confident he can step in and fill the shoes...
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June 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Mandatory Eagles Minicamp Musings…

Brandon Lee Gowton, lead editor and writer for Bleeding Green Nation… I think… This edition of the EYE should be more about the longevity of the career of Eagles left tackle Jason Peters… he is still regarded after almost a decade of excellence and periodic bouts of fighting through injury as one of the best players and best left tackles in the NFL. But cut the music! NFLN’s...
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June 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Eagles a little messed up but we’re all alright…

Allen Barbre (left) working on Da Bears here figures to be the lead candidate for left guard in the wake of Evan Mathis’ release… I paraphrased a line from a Kenny Chesney song in the title of this blurger… but the spirit of the lyric rings true. The drama surrounding the release of Pro Bowl-caliber left guard Evan Mathis by the Eagles might suggest that there is trouble in...
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June 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Eagles LT Jason Peters not worried about playing without LG Evan Mathis

As the Philadelphia Eagles get ready to wrap up their third set of OTA practices, all-pro left guard Evan Mathis remains absent from the team's facility. Mathis is holding out for a new contract that would pay him like one of the best players at his position. Mathis has lined up next to left tackle Jason Peters over the last four seasons, and they have combined to make up arguably...
Via Fox Sports
June 11, 2015  |  Discuss

2016 NFL Draft Prospects: Guards

Eagles 2016 1st Round Pick? Photo: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports It’s not a secret that the Philadelphia Eagles have some serious need for depth at guard and need to get younger. Evan Mathis might not be an Eagle this year and even if he does return he’s on the wrong side of 30. Allen Barbre is a player returning from a major injury and not proven, but the team seems EXTREMELY...
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June 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Eagles' OL Allen Barbre looks more comfortable at left guard

The Philadelphia Eagles are asking a lot from career backup offensive lineman Allen Barbre. After having Barbre fill in at guard in 2014 due to injuries to starters Evan Mathis and Todd Herremans, the Eagles planned to start Barbre at right guard in 2015 after allowing Herremans to sign elsewhere. Incumbent left guard Evan Mathis' holdout and current status with the team has thrown...
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June 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Andrew Gardner stepping in at RG as Eagles shift offensive line

The lengthened holdout of Philadelphia Eagles incumbent starting left guard Evan Mathis has cause the team to do some shuffling along the offensive line. Allen Barbre has shifted over to Mathis' spot at left guard during the six OTA practices so far. Andrew Gardner has taken Barbre's place at right guard for as long as Mathis is out for. According to Eagles' offensive line coach...
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June 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Philadelphia Eagles new look at offensive line

The Philadelphia Eagles may have quite a new look at offensive line in 2015. Given that Todd Herremans has been picked up by the Indianapolis Colts, and Evan Mathis has yet to report to voluntary OTAs as he and his agent have reportedly been looking at prospecting teams, the Birds are looking for at least two new starters for the interior line.   Contrary to popular belief leading...
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June 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Jason Kelce expected the Eagles to draft an offensive lineman

Over the last four seasons, there have been no issues on the field for the Philadelphia Eagles at left guard. Evan Mathis has manned the position and according to Pro Football Focus, he has been one of the best offensive lineman overall in that time frame. Now, with Mathis holding out from team activities and no return date in sight, the Eagles are forced to turn to other options...
Via Fox Sports
June 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Eagles Offensive Line Under Pressure in 2015

Over the last few years, the Philadelphia Eagles have built up one of the most underrated offensive lines in the NFL. The process began with the acquisition of former Buffalo Bills OT Jason Peters, and the coming to form of long-time Eagle Todd Herremans in 2009. Soon came the additions of Jason Kelce and Evan Mathis and 2011, and the drafting of Lane Johnson 2 years later. Of these...
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May 23, 2015  |  Discuss
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