The Philadelphia Eagles’ news cycle hasn’t been dominated by one topic as much as there have been a lot of small-to-medium sized updates since the team reported for training camp last week. Jimmy Kempski and I ran through them all on the latest episode of the BGN Radio podcast. You can [click here to download] or listen below:
- Following up on my homework assignment to watch Billy Madison.
- The impact of Marquise Goodwin opting out. To what extent is this a loss for the Eagles?
- Can the Eagles really count on getting production from their rookie wide receivers?
- Expectations for Alshon Jeffery, who is starting camp on PUP.
- How the return of Jason Avant could be a good thing.
- LeSean McCoy is off the market. Does that open the door for the Eagles to sign Devonta Freeman?
- Why Nigel Bradham joining the Saints is annoying but maybe also not a bad thing?
- How Wendell Smallwood signing with the Pittsburgh Steelers inspires a conversation about Carson Wentz and Dak Prescott comparisons.
- Takeaways from Wentzy McBeef’s press conference: yoked, focused on improving a key area, and ready to help the Eagles’ new quarterback.
- Takeaways from Eagles rookie press conferences! Jalen Reagor playing at X could actually make sense? Other notes from Jalen Hurts, Davion Taylor, and K’Von Wallace.
- What we learned from the assistant coaches: Darius Slay’s presence allows Jim Schwartz to do some new things in Philly, Duce Staley sees no limits for Miles Sanders, Jeff Stoutland gasses up young guys like Andre Dillard and explains the Jason Peters transition, Dave Fipp’s comments bode well for two roster bubble guys.
- And much more!
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