Let's get to the Philadelphia Eagles links ...
Here Are Highlights of Malcolm Jenkins’ Appearance on ‘Celebrity Family Feud’ - PhillyInfluencer
In case you missed Malcolm Jenkins’ appearance on ABC’s Celebrity Family Feud with some other NFC defensive stars, we’ve got you covered. You can watch the highlights of Jenkins’ appearance below.
Doug Pederson ranked dead last in 'NFL coach power rankings' - PhillyVoice
Sam Bradford has a good season in 2016, he becomes an attractive trade piece during the 2017 offseason, and the Eagles are able to recoup quality draft pick capital that they had to give up to get Wentz. Chase Daniel proves to be an effective backup and a mentor of sorts as a guy who knows the offense already and can help the other quarterbacks with some nuances. He can be the backup to Bradford in the short term, and then a backup to Wentz whenever Wentz is ready to play. Carson Wentz has a year to develop behind the scenes, which the Eagles feel is the best long-term career path for a player they think can be great for the next decade-plus.
It's time for the Eagles 2014 NFL Draft class to do or die - BGN
In case you missed it while you were celebrating the holiday.
Ranking the top 10 offensive tackles in the NFL - FOX Sports
Jason Peters has never been the best pass-blocking left tackle in the NFL, but he's more than a handful when blocking for his running backs. At 6-foot-4, 328 pounds, Peters isn't the tallest tackle in the league, but he has the size, strength and athleticism to move linebackers downfield and push defensive lineman off the ball. He earned his third straight Pro Bowl selection and the eighth of his career, which will be nine after next season. If he can avoid injuries, which he suffered from in 2015, he'll once again be among the best left tackles in the season in 2016. The Eagles need to appreciate Peters while they have him because he's truly one of the best players on the roster and may not be in the league much longer as he's 34 years old.
Top 5: Top Takeaways From 2015 - PE.com
Turnovers can swing the momentum of the game in a flash. Here are the top five turnovers created by the Eagles' defense in 2015 ...
Family Feud champion Malcolm Jenkins hates macaroni necklaces - CSN Philly
Jenkins appeared on Celebrity Family Feud on Sunday night along with nine other NFL players and gave a unique answer to one of the questions. "Name a homemade gift people like to give that no one likes to receive," asked host Steve Harvey. Jenkins flashed his signature quickness, immediately buzzing in to blurt out "macaroni necklace."
5 biggest questions facing the Eagles - NJ.com
Assuming he isn't suspended for an incident last month at a Philadelphia strip club, Agholor will enter training camp as the No. 2 receiver, and the team's top option on the outside. That could be a problem for the Eagles, as Agholor had a disastrous rookie season due to a combination of drops and injuries. Things haven't gotten much better for Agholor, who once again dealt with drops during OTAs. If Agholor is once again going to be a nonfactor this season, the Eagles need to figure it out quickly, and find a way to replace him.
Jake Plummer’s Plan to Alleviate Pain for Players - The MMQB
The former NFL QB advocates for the use of cannabinoids and makes his case for why the NFL should embrace it. Plus Plummer’s thoughts on Pat Tillman, his favorite hyper-mobile QBs and why fantasy is ruining football.
Teddy Bridgewater and Terrance Knighton stole the show on the NFL's 'Celebrity Family Feud' - SB Nation
When the lineups for the NFL's episode of Celebrity Family Feud were announced, Von Miller and Steve Smith, two of the biggest characters in the league, immediately jumped out. But the real stars of Sunday night's episode ended up being Teddy Bridgewater and Terrance Knighton.
Social Media Information:
BGN Facebook Page:
Philly sports attire: Check out Philly Phaithful!