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JavonHargrave
Eagles
John McMullen

Eagles eschew Franchise Tag again

The Eagles will not use the franchise tag for the 15th consecutive year. Tuesday’s NFL deadline for placing the franchise or transition tags on pending free agents passed without Philadelphia using either designation despite having a host of marquee free agents like safety C.J. Gardner-Johnson, defensive tackle Javon Hargrave, and cornerback James Bradberry. The Eagles

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Eagles
John McMullen

Nothing to see with Nakobe Dean’s playing time

PHILADELPHIA – Nakobe Dean isn’t playing right now and the reason for that should be obvious but the rookie linebacker’s high-profile college career is complicating matters for some fans. Not for the Eagles’ coaching staff, however, which is basking in the play of veterans T.J. Edwards and Kyzir White while also enjoying the luxury of

KyzirWhite
Eagles
John McMullen

Chargers put chip on Kyzir White’s shoulder

MIAMI GARDENS – Kyzir White is coming off an excellent season with the Los Angeles Chargers in what was a contract year for the 26-year-old Lehigh County native yet the payoff wasn’t there. And that has left a very big chip on a good player’s shoulder, something that should only help the Eagles this season.

Defense Jonathan Gannon
Eagles
John McMullen

On green dots and intensity: Jonathan Gannon offers updates on Nakobe Dean and his LBs

Jonathan Gannon ‘s HITS principle isn’t all that unique to the NFL. The Eagles’ defensive coordinator brought the acronym with him from Indianapolis and learned the foundational principles of the philosophy in prior stops with Atlanta, Tennessee, and Minnesota. In many ways, the traits of hustle, intensity, takeaways, and smarts are just common sense when

Linebackers
Eagles
Alex Schmidt

Underrated Eagles to Watch this Season

Finalizing the Eagles’ 53-man roster this year will be no easy task with so much intriguing talent. With exceptional depth, it is easy to overlook certain players whether they are just role players or potential starters. Philadelphia has only started ramping things up at training camp, but some continue to impress more than expected. New

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Eagles
Alex Schmidt

Philadelphia Eagles with the Most to Lose

There is plenty to be excited about as the return of football has finally arrived. Philadelphia is set to embark on a season that most people believe and expect will be a memorable journey. There are still plenty of unknowns along the roster who need to shine during training camp to get valuable playing time

Linebackers
Eagles
John McMullen

Eagles Training Camp Preview: Off-Ball Linebackers

It’s still hard to call the Eagles’ linebackers position a strength. There’s no Fred Warner, Bobby Wagner, or Darius Leonard in Philadelphia right now but there is both competency and upside in a unit with four potential paths linebackers coach Nick Rallis could go down. The easiest and likely Plan A is T.J. Edwards building

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Eagles
Alex Schmidt

Eagles Have Added Significant Talent at LB

The linebacker position has been a significant area of concern in Philadelphia over recent seasons. There have been plenty of underwhelming options, including high-profile stabs like Kiko Alonso to failed mid-range picks like Nathan Gerry and Band-Aid attempts in free agency like last year’s swing and miss Eric Wilson. This 2022 position room is giving

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Eagles
Alex Schmidt

Brandon Graham Discusses His Season Outlook

Eagles defensive end and Super Bowl LII champion Brandon Graham joined JAKIB Sports¬†“Sports Take” on Wednesday to talk about the upcoming season, new teammates, and the increased depth on the defense. As training camp approaches, Graham highlighted how the 2022 team feels special and holds the potential to make another Super Bowl run. The addition

Davion Taylor
Eagles
John McMullen

Don’t Forget About Davion Taylor in Eagles’ LB Room

PHILADELPHIA – The hype is real when it comes to Nakobe Dean. Starved for a difference-maker at linebacker, many Eagles fans have completely bought into the theory that the organization got a first-round talent at No. 83 overall after being told for months the reigning Butkus Award winner and national champion at Georgia was either