Just like the snow the Northeast is about to receive, the Philadelphia Eagles just keeps on coming. Which is a good thing, especially in the offseason. From the GM search to the Pro Bowl to the last time last Philly Super Bowl team, let’s get to it!
The search for a GM trudges along, with reports that Chris Polian, son of long-time Colts exec Bill Polian, has had a second interview with the Eagles. - NJ.com Continue reading ‘Morning Muse: Philadelphia Eagles GM search intensifies’
The Philadelphia Eagles’ Pro Bowl shuffle continues.
Last week, RB LeSean McCoy pulled out of the game due to a minor knee injury. Soon thereafter, it was announced that long snapper Jon Dorenbos and WR Jeremy Maclin were added to the Pro Bowl roster and would soon be making the trip to Arizona. Maclin was to replace the Broncos’ Demaryius Thomas; Dorenbos was selected as a need player by Pro Bowl coach Jason Garrett.
But now, that has changed. Continue reading ‘Jeremy Maclin pulls out of Pro Bowl’
It’s the offseason, which means that draft talk is in full swing. Will the Eagles make moves to get Marcus Mariota is the talk of today and every day. It won’t be quelled until draft day actually arrives, and we will collectively discover the answer in grand fashion.
Read my lips: Marcus Mariota will not be drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles. No way, no how. It’s a fun fantasy, but it is exactly that–a dream. But here’s another scenario for ya: Will Oregon’s loss in the National Championship Game make the possibility more likely (hint: no)? – ESPN Continue reading ‘Morning Muse: Former Eagles DC Todd Bowles new head coach for Jets’
It has been several days since the Philadelphia Eagles’ front office turmoil ended with a restructuring that resulted in the promotions of former general manager Howie Roseman and head coach Chip Kelly. Does the move look as good now as it may have appeared then?
In truth, we know that the change from GM to Executive Vice President of Football Operations was a promotion in name (and salary) only for Roseman. He went from having a direct hand in evaluating and acquiring talent for the Eagles, to now managing the team’s contracts, medical staff and equipment. Important work, but a demotion nonetheless. Continue reading ‘With front office moves, Philadelphia Eagles ride or die with Chip Kelly’
It’s the last day of 2014, and the Philadelphia Eagles are already settling into the reality of the offseason. After their 34-26 win over the Giants on Sunday, all was said and done for their season. The team once again found itself with a 10-6 record, but this time with no playoff berth. So, instead of cheering on the Birds, our joy this weekend will be rooting for the Detroit Lions to crush the Cowboys.
Dem is the breaks. Continue reading ‘Morning Muse: Eagles teammates have faith in Nick Foles’