Last week we saw some upsets and some blowouts, and this week is looking to bring more drama than the last. One of the best matchups to watch will be the much anticipated rematch between Josh Norman and Odell Beckham Jr. in New York.
Week three of the NFL season is here, and while there are a few good match-ups, unless you’re a fan of a particular team, there’s a lot of ho-hum nonsense.
The mere fact that he is starting at all, unlike Goff, is great in itself. It shows that the Eagles picked a guy with a high football IQ, great physical attributes, and someone who doesn’t wilt under the pressures of facing NFL defenses as a rookie.
As announced by Adam Schefter, the Philadelphia Eagles are trading Cornerback Eric Rowe to the New England Patriots. New England is giving up Offensive Guard Josh Kline and a conditional draft pick (a 2018 fourth rounder which could end up being a third rounder based on how much playing time Rowe gets).
While the Eagles might not set any single season scoring records, they just might challenge the all-time, made up statistic, of points per minute of possession. Chip Kelly has the Eagles offense operating at a frenetic pace – but can it last?
McCoy said his relationship with Cooper no longer will extend beyond the football field and there’s nothing Cooper can do to change that.
According to multiple reports, the injury occurred during 7-on-7 drills. In the early part of camp, players are still practicing in no-contact drills without pads.
Two sources told ESPN.com that Barkley returned for his senior season without insurance. While that might seem crazy, the standard insurance policy issued to players is a total disability policy, meaning that the only reason to collect is on a career-ending injury. But by failing to take out insurance Barkley couldn’t protect himself from dropping in the draft. Loss of value insurance can only be written when paired with the disability policy.
Nick Foles said Wednesday he’s confident he can win the Philadelphia Eagles‘ starting quarterback job and run coach Chip Kelly’s up-tempo offense.
Michael Vick has confirmed that he and his family have adopted a pet dog. This news comes just three years after Vick was convicted on felony dog-fighting charges.