The Eagles announced the signings of WR Seyi Ajirotutu and defensive back E.J. Biggers to one-year deals on Tuesday.
Ajirotutu (6-3, 215) , most recently played for the San Diego Chargers, where he signed in 2012. He was named the Chargers Special Teams Player of the Year in 2014 and led the team in special teams tackles in both 2013 (12) and 2014 (17). The 27-year old wideout has appeared in 57 games with two starts over his five-year NFL career, totaling 420 yards and three touchdowns on 24 catches.
Ajirotutu starred collegiately at Fresno State and was originally signed as a rookie free agent by the San Diego Chargers in 2010. Continue reading ‘Eagles add WR Seyi Ajirotutu and DB E.J. Biggers to roster’
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There are few times when I am rendered speechless, but the Philadelphia Eagles’ 27-24 loss to the lowly Washington Redskins–with absolutely everything on the line–has left me as such. As RG3 , DeSean Jackson and Jay Gruden yuk it up, celebrate the win and agree to let bygones be bygones, Philadelphia has some serious soul-searching to do. The lack of discipline has cost the team its third-straight game and revealed an uncomfortable reality: this is not a very good team. While we shake our heads at the frustration of being Philadelphia sports fans, this is a team that is very lucky to have a winning record. But, the luck seems to have finally worn out. Continue reading ‘Philadelphia Eagles uninspired, undisciplined in critical loss to Washington Redskins’
The task for the Philadelphia Eagles this Saturday against the Washington Redskins is the same as it’s been all season: to win. But that goal now takes on an added edge of importance. It is what they must do in order to hold on to their already diminished odds of landing a playoff berth by taking the NFC East. Continue reading ‘Philadelphia Eagles face must-win against Washington Redskins to keep playoff hopes alive’
There was no Philadelphia Eagles football this Sunday, which gave Birds fans more of a chance to peak in on the action around the NFL. And laugh at the misery of the rest of the teams in the NFC East, none of whom had pleasant game experiences on Sunday.
Mean? Perhaps. But it’s a Monday after a holiday weekend. You get a pass for delighting in the pain of others.
Were you longing to know what was going on inside of Jerry Jones’ head as his team turned into the turkey that was stuffed on Thanksgiving Day? Well, here are his deepest thoughts – he says that his team “stunk it up all the way around.” At least he’s not in denial. – Sports Illustrated Continue reading ‘Morning Muse: Misery for the rest of the NFC East edition’
This man right here? Do not mess with him. Or his quarterback.
Sunday’s 37-34 Philadelphia Eagles victory over the Washington Redskins showed just why divisional matchups in the NFL are so anticipated–because they are so heated. There is pure hatred in the veins of the players for their opponents. Continue reading ‘VIDEO: Bench-clearing brawl with the Redskins after cheap shot on Foles headlines another Philadelphia Eagles comeback win’