This is the April 30, 2013 news archive. View today's Eagles rumors and news.
Every year, at least one player admits that a team engaged in shenanigans near the end of the draft, striking a deal with the player as a free agent before the draft was over. Last year, it was quarterback Chandler Harnish, who said he had a deal with t…
Share TweetThe Eagles twice passed on Geno Smith, and it's reasonable to wonder whether their interest in the West Virginia quarterback was ever that significant. This topic was debated leading up to the draft, and intrigue was added when owner Jeffrey Lurie accom…Share TweetAfter analyzing the draft needs of all 32 teams, PFT will review how well each team addressed those needs. Up next: The Philadelphia Eagles. What they needed: Offensive tackle, quarterback, outside linebacker, cornerback, wide receiver. Who they got: Ro…
Bennie Logan Scouting ReportUpdated Apr 30 Share TweetLSU awarded DL Bennie Logan with its storied #18 jersey Previous scouting reports: Lane Johnson, Zach Ertz Entering the draft, defensive line was a pressing concern for the Eagles, who will transition to a base 3-4 system in 2013. The team did not addre…Source: eaglesgab.com
Brent Celek, restaurateurUpdated Apr 30 Share TweetThe Eagles tight end owns the new Prime Stache in Old City.
Reid laughs off the notion he wanted Matt BarkleyUpdated Apr 30 Share TweetEven if Chiefs coach Andy Reid was ever interested in Matt Barkley, he has absolutely no reason to admit it now. The story was going around during the draft that the Eagles traded in front of the Chiefs in the fourth round because they thought Reid migh…Share TweetMichael Vick had a disappointing season in 2012, but new Eagles coach Chip Kelly doesn’t think that’s Vick’s fault. Kelly told WIP in Philadelphia that injuries along the Eagles’ offensive line were the biggest problem Vick had in 2012, and thereâ
As strange as it sounds, Eagles looking long-termUpdated Apr 30 Share TweetIt’s not as if the Eagles stood pat in free agency, and they got high marks for adding players such as Lane Johnson and Zach Ertz in the draft. But they’re still coming off a 4-12 season, and still have thin spots on defense, and general manager Howie
One draft won't solve all the Eagles' illsUpdated Apr 30 Share TweetIf you look at the Eagles' roster right now, some positions appear to have only short-term solutions..