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BGN Radio Episode 56!

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Friday is here and you know what that means: a new BGN Radio episode featuring myself and John Stolnis talking about the Philadelphia Eagles. You can [click here] to listen to us discuss the following topics:

  • It’s hard not to feel good about when the Eagles when Carson Wentz is looking good in OTAs
  • Trying to get in the minds of the Wentz skeptics
  • How big of a loss is it if Joe Douglas leaves the Eagles for the Jets?
  • Malcolm Jenkins is reportedly ready to skip mandatory minicamp, which means he’ll be fined. Reason to worry?
  • Sending our support to Nick Foles
  • ESPN projects Miles Sanders to have 174 carries, 733 yards, 5 TDs; 39 receptions, 311 yards, 2 TDs as a rookie. We’re thinking that’s optimistic.
  • Diving into the BGN Radio mailbag!

- Should the Eagles consider rotating their secondary players?

- Is there a good reason Jalen Mills should be starting over Rasul Douglas?

- What’s more likely: Sidney Jones makes the Pro Bowl OR JJ Arcega-Whiteside has more yards than a healthy Alshon Jeffery?

- Should the Eagles be interested in Solomon Thomas?

- Who’s going to get more carries in 2019: Corey Clement or Miles Sanders?

- Does Donovan McNabb belong in the Pro Football Hall of Fame?

  • And much more!

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