The Philadelphia Eagles could use the same jersey and everything. When Jatavis Brown was abruptly placed on the Philadelphia Eagles‘ retired players list, it created a number of problems for a franchise already dealing with a COVID-19 positive head coach.
The Eagles shunned adding a big named running back to the roster choosing to move forward with Miles Sanders and Boston Scott. One veteran was re-signed and if he can regain his form from two seasons ago, the Eagles could have a dynamic backfield worthy of a top-10 ranking.
Miles Sanders has been compared to some really good running backs early on in his career and after shattering the records of one former Eagles great, the former Penn State star is hoping to get a tutorial from another comparable star.
The Philadelphia Eagles enter the 2020 NFL season locked and loaded with the bulk of their 53 man roster set. Entrenched in such a talented roster are several high profile training camp battles at integral positions, with the ramifications trickling down the lineup.
While some other NFL teams went out and made the normal blockbuster deals, the Philadelphia Eagles quietly and efficiently set out to improve their organization from a coaching, player and personnel standpoint.
Jalen Reagor can become a long-term playmaker for the Philadelphia Eagles. The Philadelphia Eagles surprised some when they selected Jalen Reagor in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft over the more polished product in Justin Jefferson.
The Eagles have legit Super Bowl aspirations and a team that has made the playoffs in three straight seasons could see their window for success diminish due to salary cap restraints caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The Philadelphia Eagles are likely expecting an increased role from Boston Scott in 2020. Running back Boston Scott was one of the best “feel good” stories on the Philadelphia Eagles last season, a practice squad call-up who came in and helped save the season down the stretch.
The Philadelphia Eagles continue to reduce their roster and after re-signing defensive end Vinny Curry, the team just announced that they’ve waived defensive tackle Bruce Hector and defensive back Prince Smith.
The Philadelphia Eagles have completed their DE rotation with the re-signing of Vinny Curry. According to a handful of credible sources, including Mike Garafolo and Ian Rapoport, the Philadelphia Eagles have agreed on terms to bring back veteran edge rusher Vinny Curry.