After opting against participating at the 2020 NFL Draft Combine, the Philadelphia Eagles should avoid drafting Tee Higgins in the first round. Do you remember who the Philadelphia Eagles started at wide receiver in their Wildcard showdown against the Seattle Seahawks?
The Philadelphia Eagles have a burning need for speed and after Henry Ruggs III’s electric performance at the NFL Scouting Combine on Thursday night. Ruggs III blazed a blistering 4.28 40-yard dash on his first attempt at Lucas Oil Field, further cementing his status as a legit top-10 talent.
Carson Wentz had a career-defining 2019 NFL season but if you ask Eagles head coach Doug Pederson, his signal-caller is just scratching the surface. While making the rounds at the NFL Scouting Combine, Pederson sat down with SiriusXM NFL Radio, where he discussed the state of the Eagles and Carson Wentz.
The Philadelphia Eagles are in Indianapolis for the 2020 NFL Scouting Combine and wide receivers are all the rage. With the most historic group of pass-catchers set to enter the NFL, Howie Roseman and company started the process of getting familiar with many of those top names, meeting with and interviewing several big named prospects thus far.
The Philadelphia Eagles are looking to “retool” and get much younger during this 2020 free agent and NFL Draft season. While addressing the media at the Combine on Tuesday, Howie Roseman made it clear that his team wasn’t preparing for a rebuild, but more of a retool of sorts.
The NFL is big on innovation in the league and Doug Pederson took a step back during his coaching search to insert some fresh idea into his offense. Pederson brought on Rich Scangarello as a senior offensive assistant, but his biggest and most important move could be the promotion of Press Taylor to passing game coordinator in Philadelphia.
The Eagles traded up to draft a left tackle in the first round last year, so they’d have an eventual replacement for Jason Peters. Apparently, they want to continue making it eventual, rather than imminent.
Even though the 16-year veteran may be getting up there in age, Jason Peters was still productive last season. When asked if the head coach would welcome back the 38-year-old offensive lineman, he didn’t mince words.
The 2019 season ended with some uncertainty surrounding Jason Peters, but after listening to Howie Roseman and Doug Pederson on Tuesday, it appears the future Hall of Fame left tackle could be returning to the Eagles for one more season.
Andy Reid has been an NFL head coach since 1999, but it wasn’t until Sunday night that he finally won his first Super Bowl. In his 21st season as an NFL head coach, Reid took home the prize after his Kansas City Chiefs won 31-20 in Super Bowl LIV.