As a former high school football player, I know just how important it is to have a properly sized and maintained football field. The dimensions of a high school football field are not only important for the safety of the players, but they also affect the overall quality of the game.
It is pretty well known that all-galaxy Los Angeles Angels outfielder Mike Trout is a big Eagles fan, but did you know that he is such a big fan that he is sneaking his phone into work so he can follow the NFL Draft? The Angels are in Milwaukee playing the Brewers this weekend and, according to Trout's "Player Trivia" on the American Family Field scoreboard, that's exactly what he's doing. Trout is 1-for-2 so far tonight, but the Angels are down 1-0 in the fourth inning. Hopefully the Eagles make picks to his satisfaction and then he hits a homer later in the game.
It didn't take long for Jalen Carter to meet one of the most important guys in the Eagles locker room. Jason Kelce was on-site in Kansas City, and met up with his newest teammate just minutes after Carter got the call.
Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. Is it happening?! (It's not. But ... is it?)
Hey Big Play Slay..... thoughts?
AS ELITE AS THE AFC Jalen Hurts We can debate how much of last season’s success was down to Hurts' development with another year in the NFL or the improvement in his supporting cast — the A.J. Brown addition and the best offensive line in football (among others) — but he was getting MVP buzz for much of the year, something that seems unlikely for almost any other NFC player. Hurts has been a dynamic rushing threat for the Philadelphia Eagles, and his development as a passer has been significant. His PFF passing grade has gone from 57.5 in Year 1 to 69.2 in Year 2 and finally 83.8 in Year 3 on his way to a Super Bowl. If the Eagles maintain a competitive team around him, there’s no reason to think Hurts can’t back up his 2022 performance, and he may not be done improving.
Sanders appears to see the writing on the wall with Philadelphia agreeing to terms with Rashaad Penny.