With a star-studded class of prospects now free to decide if they’ll take their talents to the NFL, here are eight Pac-12 prospects that the Eagles should do their due diligence on and target in the 2021 NFL Draft.
Following the lead of the Big Ten Conference, Pac Twelve officials have also announced the cancellation of their 2021 football season. With a star-packed class of prospects now free to decide if they’ll take their talents to the NFL, here are 11 Pac-12 prospects that the Eagles should do their due diligence on and target in the 2021 NFL Draft.
Could Philadelphia Eagles DT Fletcher Cox be poised for his best statistical season ever? Fletcher Cox has been a crucial part to the Philadelphia Eagles defense for what feels like forever now, closing in on nine seasons as an Eagle.
The Philadelphia Eagles are just hours from participating in their first 2020 training camp practice after spending the first two weeks working thru a two-phased acclimation period that included weight training and physical fitness.
Running backs Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Miles Sanders are two of the biggest names in fantasy football right now. Both running backs seemingly have complete control over their backfield, are in good offenses, and are going off the board in the first round.
While it may be a slightly different way of going about playing football than he’s become accustomed to in his first nine years in the NFL, Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce has welcomed the return to the field for the start of training camp.
Could 2020 be Brandon Graham’s ‘Last Ride’ with the Philadelphia Eagles? After 30 more or less uninterrupted years in the WWF/WWE, Mark Calaway took the ring for a relatively familiar situation: A Wrestlemania match.
The Big Ten will be without college football this fall after conference presidents and chancellors voted Tuesday to postpone all fall sports seasons, including football, amid the coronavirus pandemic with the hopes of playing in the spring.
Darius Slay brought a whole new vibe to the Eagles locker room and a once vulnerable secondary is now walking and talking with supreme confidence. One of the NFL’s top cover cornerbacks, Slay has openly talked about his love for his new Eagles teammates and the culture that permeates from the locker room.
The Eagles added two integral pieces to the secondary when they traded for Darius Slay and signed Will Parks as a free agent. That would have been considered a decent haul all by itself, but the Eagles may have won the offseason when they added former slot-cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman.
Rasul Douglas could still play a role for the Philadelphia Eagles. When discussing the Philadelphia Eagles‘ cornerback competition for the vacant spot across from Darius Slay, two names often come to the forefront: Avonte Maddox and Sidney Jones.