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2024 NFL Mock Draft: Todd McShay’s first round one predictions – ESPN+
30. Philadelphia Eagles. Jeremiah Trotter Jr., ILB, Clemson*. Porter went to the team that drafted his dad in 1999 (Pittsburgh) this year, so why not project Trotter to go to the team that drafted his dad in 1998 next year? The young Trotter is coming off a great season and could join Nakobe Dean to fill the void left in the middle after the departures of TJ Edwards and Kyzir White. He has great instincts and a height of 6 feet and 230 pounds. Trotter had 91 tackles, 6.5 sacks, 8.5 tackles for loss, 7 breakups, 2 interceptions and a forced fumble last year. He does everything.

The Eagles announce new player jersey numbers, including their first number 0! – BGN
If I had my way, I’d put Jordan Davis at No. 98, Jalen Carter at No. 97, and Kentavius ​​Street at No. 90. The Eagles naturally retired No. 99 for Jerome Brown. Otherwise, Davis should wear what he wore in college. I always think the biggest man in defense should have the most numbers on the team. But, alas, Davis is No. 90, and the team’s biggest number goes to his former teammate instead. Carter wore No. 88 in college, so it was a logical move for him in the NFL.

2023 BGN Draft #14: Eagles Final 2023 Draft Class Reactions – BGN Radio
On the latest episode of the 2023 BGN Draft, Shane Haff, Mark Henry Jr. and Chris Deibler react to the Eagles’ draft class and briefly react to the division’s other drafts.

Eagles rookie camp training notes – Reuters Sports News
Third-round rookie offensive lineman Tyler Steen lined up at right guard. Steen exclusively played tackle during his college career at Vanderbilt and Alabama, but the Eagles signed him up as a guard when they drafted him. Nick Sirianni was asked over draft weekend if Steen would have the opportunity to compete for the starting RG job that was vacated by Isaac Seumalo, who left in free agency. “It’s really far,” he said. “We don’t have to make this decision for a while, but the best player will play in this position, and we think we have good options, and the reason we made it is because we feel good. with him. Everyone in the building feels good with him. Yes, it’s too early to tell, but the best player will play, so I guess that kind of answer answers that question. The favorite to start with RG for the Eagles in 2023 is 2022 second-round pick Cam Jurgens, but it looks like the Eagles aren’t just giving him that job, he’ll have to earn it.

The Overlooked Dawg – Iggles Blitz
Some people are worried about the Eagles linebackers. How can they count on Nick Morrow to start a team that wants to make it to the Super Bowl? It’s a fair question. The team did not keep any starters from last year and did not pursue any notable free agents. They didn’t show much interest in LBs in the draft (admittedly a weak class). I think we might be forgetting one guy who will come back… Nakobe Dean. Think how good Nakobe was in his senior year at Georgia. 168 tackles, 13.5 TFL, 7.5 sacks, 2 INT, 8 PD, 2 FF. Those are insane numbers for a guy playing in the SEC. Sounds like something you would see from a stud on a small conference team. He didn’t get on the court much as a rookie, but that was because the guys in front of him were playing so well. When Nakobe played, he looked good.

Did Carter show up to Eagles rookie camp in better shape? – NBCSP
For what it’s worth, Sirianni said he wasn’t concerned about Carter’s conditioning. Asked about his level of concern on Friday, the Eagles head coach replied “None”. But it will be something worth watching early in Carter’s career. The Eagles invested heavily to land Carter with the No. 9 overall pick and they will keep him high. “I told them right away…we obviously went through our rules, okay, our team rules,” Sirianni said. “And one of those team rules is to be on time and another of those rules is to have the weight that you’re supposed to have. And those are non-negotiable for me, and they know that and we’ll keep that standard as we go But yeah I feel like he wants to be the best pro he can be and not everywhere – again I don’t know exactly I have no idea what that every program says the person is supposed to weigh, right, or sometimes the programs, even within the NFL, don’t follow that or they follow it, but they don’t say, you have to weigh that amount. .”

Spadaro: Rookies take very important first step in their NFL journey – PE.com
Welcome to Eagles Rookie Minicamp, where it’s all – and that’s by no means an exaggeration – about the basics. Players arrive at the NovaCare complex and spend Friday and Saturday in class with their schema-initiated positional coaches, on the pitch working without pads and at a reasonable pace to practice what they’ve learned off the pitch, then they watch the movie and correct the mistakes. There’s so much information floating around, yes, but the whole weekend is all about introducing players to the Eagles Way and letting them know what’s to come. And it’s basic on the ground floor, including signs throughout the building indicating where they need to be – the locker room, the meeting rooms, the playground, the cafeteria. “Yesterday’s message was about our core values ​​and how we live them,” head coach Nick Sirianni said Friday, speaking about the arrival message to players. “What they are, why they are important and how we accomplish them. Yesterday we covered connection, competition, responsibility, football IQ and fundamentals, and today we set the tone for our practice. The details of how we practice. Where to stand. How to move from one period to another. How to treat the quarterback when you’re on defense. What are the finishing requirements.

Players drafted by NFC East Division rivals Dallas Cowboys who are troublesome
Philadelphia Eagles: Georgia EDGE Nolan Smith. If it’s not obvious, I picked the Eagles player who disappointed me the most and Brandon picked the Cowboys player who disappointed him the most. Ahead. While Jalen Carter is a very talented football player, my logic behind not selecting him was that it wasn’t exactly a surprise (it was frustrating though) to see him go to Philadelphia, even though they traded a place to land it. Many different simulations led to Carter ending up with the Eagles. Obviously, fictitious drafts aren’t the end of the world, but you’d be hard pressed to find one that got Nolan Smith all the way to the Eagles at the end of the first round. Their pass rush is already incredibly strong and the fact that they are able to replenish and reload it without breaking a sweat is very annoying.

Big Blue View Mailbag: Joe Schoen, Darius Slayton, Giants vs Jets, more questions – Big Blue View
No, I don’t think Darius Slayton is replaceable. I think at some point, maybe 2024, it might become expendable. For me, that is no longer the case. Yes, it’s easy to compare Slayton and Jalin Hyatt. Both are vertical threats. Neither is considered a great technician as a road runner. Hyatt is believed to have better hands, but not perfect. Maybe Hyatt will one day make Slayton expendable, but he enters 2023 as a rookie coming from a simplistic offense with a big learning curve. He will be required to play outside rather than in the slot and learn a more varied course tree. His speed will always be valued, but there will be a learning curve. Remember that even though the wide receiver room looks like it on paper, there are injury issues with many of those players. No one knows if Wan’Dale Robinson (ACL) or Sterling Shepard (ACL) will be available at the start of the season. Collin Johnson recovers from a torn Achilles. The 2022 season was Parris Campbell’s first healthy season after three years out with injuries. Let’s see who gets to the starting line before we start thinking the Giants have more wide receivers than they can use.

Why Washington is all-in on Sam Howell as a quarterback – ESPN
According to sources with knowledge of the commander selection process, scouts in Washington gave him a rating equivalent to a second-round pick. Some of them gave it an equivalent in the third round, but others got it at the end of the first. A source said before the draft that if they hadn’t traded for Wentz, they would have targeted Howell on day two. While he was still available in the fifth round, the commanders surged. By scouting receiver Dyami Brown ahead of the 2021 draft and attending his pro day in North Carolina where Howell was throwing passes to him, they got to see Howell up close. “It was a very impressive day,” Mayhew said. “You would have thought he was one of the guys coming out. And there is a quiet confidence that he has. The guys trust him, they respect him, he works like crazy. He is very intelligent. Like I said, he can hit every shot possible and he’s very, very talented. He’s going to be a good player, I think. The COs were also well aware of what the Tar Heel coaches thought of Howell. They saw Howell as obsessed with the game, saying he would study fronts and protections on Sunday mornings – the day after a game – which allowed coaches to have more advanced conversations with him when they met. “The game comes naturally to him,” said former UNC offensive coordinator Phil Longo, now at Wisconsin. After the draft, Longo compared Howell to former New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees. In terms of height at 6-foot-1, Howell is an inch taller and has a pocket presence and the ability to throw quick throws even when defenders assault him.

Update: Washington Commanders Released Chase Roullier – Hogs Haven
Washington commanders reportedly released veteran center Chase Roullier with a designation on June 1. They’ve been telegraphing this move since opening free agency and they’ve signed former New York Giants center Nick Gates. They also drafted Arkansas center Ricky Stromberg in the 3rd round. Head coach Ron Rivera spoke about the competition at the position between Gates and Stromberg, while the latest report on Roullier said the team was awaiting MRI results.

Report: Colts part ways with quarterback Nick Foles – Stampede Blue
Cutting Foles saves the Colts $2.1 million, per IndyStar. Indianapolis brought in veteran Gardner Minshew to accompany new rookie quarterbacks Anthony Richardson and Sam Ehlinger, so Foles’ release makes sense. Although Foles didn’t perform well last season, he is a former Super Bowl MVP and has experience playing for a handful of teams in recent seasons. Now, the veteran quarterback will hit the open market after just one season with the Colts.

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