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Eagles will allow Nigel Bradham to become a free agent

The Eagles will say farewell to one of their veteran linebackers to get the ball rolling on their offseason moves. Per a league source, the Eagles will not pick up the 2020 option on linebacker Nigel Bradham‘s contract. He will become a free agent on March 18. Bradham was due a base salary of $8 [more]

Demarcus Robinson could find healthy free agent market

Demarcus Robinson finished fourth on the Chiefs in receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns last season. But the receiver can expect to find a healthy free agent market in March. That means his price could be too rich for the Chiefs to keep. Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer recently reported the Eagles have Robinson [more]

Eagles to continue renting space to Temple

The Eagles are going to have roommates, for at least another five years. According to Marc Narducci of the Philadelphia Inquirer, Temple has signed a contract to play another five years of games at Lincoln Financial Field. There’s another five-year option after that, primarily in case the school ever decides to build its own stadium. [more]

Nnamdi Asomugha’s acting career takes him to Broadway

Once regarded as the best cornerback in the NFL, Nnamdi Asomugha’s post-playing career is going nearly as well. The former Raiders, Eagles, and 49ers cornerback stars in A Soldier’s Play, a limited-run Broadway play that closes on March 15. A revival of a Pulitzer Prize-winning military murder mystery, A Soldier’s Play also features David Alan Grier, Blair [more]

Eagles hire Ted Rath, who was acquitted of sexual battery in 2019

In a rash of hires announced by the Eagles on Friday, one name stood out: Director of sports performance Ted Rath. Last year, Rath (then with the Rams) faced a trial on charges of sexual battery. He ultimately was acquitted. According to Les Bowen of Philly.com, the Eagles said that they “did their due diligence [more]

Eagles hire Darren Sproles, Brent Celek to personnel roles

The Eagles announced some more hirings, including adding a pair of former players to jobs in the personnel department. The team has hired former running back Darren Sproles and tight end Brent Celek as personnel consultants, joining former pass-rusher Connor Barwin’s previously reported addition as special assistant to the General Manager. Sproles retired last December, [more]

Eagles announce staff, no offensive coordinator

The Eagles announced a number of coaching hires Thursday, but none of them carry the offensive coordinator title. The team release included a number of previously reported moves, but none of the coaches they’ve added has the same title as fired offensive coordinator Mike Groh. Former Broncos OC Rich Scangarello’s title is senior offensive assistant,  [more]

Eagles adding former Colts wideout Aaron Moorehead to staff

The Eagles have found yet another wide receivers coach, filling a high-turnover spot on their coaching staff. According to Jimmy Kempski of PhillyVoice.com, the Eagles are hiring former Colts receiver Aaron Moorehead. He’ll be the sixth Eagles receivers coach in six years. Moorehead played five years for the Colts (2003-07), after making the team as [more]

Brian Dawkins “so proud” of Andy Reid

The love for Andy Reid stemming from his years in Philadelphia has been apparent since the Chiefs won Super Bowl LIV. The Eagles congratulated Reid moments after the Chiefs won Super Bowl LIV, and many of Reid’s Eagles players have congratulated him as well. Brian Dawkins, who played 10 seasons for Reid in Philadelphia, posted [more]

Kevin Stefanski: “I will be involved” in personnel decisions

New Browns G.M. Andrew Berry reportedly has final say over personnel decisions in Cleveland, a contractual term required to prevent the Eagles from blocking Berry’s departure. It’s clear, however, that coach Kevin Stefanski will have a voice in the process. “Andrew is the General Manager and I am the head coach, but I can promise [more]

Report: Rich Scangarello to join Eagles staff

The Eagles are giving quarterbacks coach Press Taylor the title of passing game coordinator and they’ll reportedly be adding a couple of other coaches to the offensive side of the ball. Tim McManus of ESPN.com reports that the team is expected to hire former Broncos offensive coordinator Rich Scangarello and former Mississippi State passing game [more]

Eagles making Press Taylor passing game coordinator

The Eagles still don’t have an offensive coordinator. And it’s apparently not going to be their quarterbacks coach Press Taylor. According to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network, the Eagles are adding “passing game coordinator” to Taylor’s existing title. Presumably, that puts the 32-year-old in charge of half of the usual stuff an offensive coordinator does, [more]

Patrick Mahomes favorite to win 2020 MVP award

Lamar Jackson‘s odds to win the 2020 MVP award are better than they were before the 2019 season. But the Ravens quarterback is not the favorite. The Westgate Sportsbook lists Patrick Mahomes as the favorite for the 2020 award with 4-1 odds. Mahomes, of course, won the league MVP award in 2018 and the Super [more]

Eagles make changes to medical staff

The Eagles dealt with a lot of injuries during the 2019 season and they’ve responded by making a couple of changes to the medical staff. Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports that the team will be parting ways with director of high performance Shaun Huls and director of rehabilitation Shireen Mansoori. Huls joined the team when [more]

Report: Mike Groh will be Colts wide receivers coach

Word over the weekend was that Mike Groh will be joining Frank Reich’s coaching staff in Indianapolis and Tuesday brings more detail about what he’ll be doing in Indianapolis. Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports that Groh will be the team’s wide receivers coach. That’s the same job that Groh had when Reich was the [more]

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