Eagles News: Trade for Kareem Hunt?

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Why the Eagles should trade for Browns RB Kareem Hunt – PhillyVoice
With the unhappy Hunt scheduled to be an unrestricted free agent in 2023, the Browns could also trade him in what will likely be a lost season anyway with Deshaun Watson out for at least 11 games. From the Eagles’ perspective, it would be a shame to have the structure in place to launch another elite running game in 2022, only to see it operate at a level below its potential due to the many obvious question marks at running back. Oh, and if the running game isn’t working at a high level, then what about the passing game? Hunt’s past will be an automatic no for some, which is perfectly understandable. But he could also bring the team a little closer to a Super Bowl in 2022.

Eagles Training Camp Practice Notes: Browns scramble to stop Jalen Hurts’ hookup with DeVonta Smith – BGN
Boston Scott looked good making a full return to practice action. He’s the second best running back on this team, not Kenneth Gainwell. Gainwell didn’t have much juice to offer this summer. Maybe he’s still upset about the hip injury he missed time with. Whatever the case, he’s not having a good camp. Honestly, the Eagles should be looking to add more talent at RB. (Kareem Hunt exchange?)

Eagles Training Camp Day 13 – BGN Radio
Brandon Lee Gowton (@BrandonGowton) and Jimmy Kempski (@JimmyKempski) take you through the thirteenth day of Eagles training camp. The boys talk about DeVonta Smith, Deshaun Watson, Marlon Tuipulotu and others. They also hand out their daily Jalen Hurts Stock Report, MVP, LVP, and Game of the Day awards!

NFL position group rankings for 2022: Best and worst units for all 32 teams, including quarterback, wide receiver, edge rusher – ESPN
If we exclude the quarterback from the conversation, the Eagles have one of the best rosters in the league from top to bottom. The offensive line is elite, the offensive skill positions are excellent after the addition of AJ Brown, and the defense looks great with offseason additions Haason Reddick, Kyzir White, James Bradberry and Jaquiski Tartt in the fold. The great question? Jay hurts. It’s a breakout season for a quarterback who dominated with his legs in 2021 (QB-high 784 yards and 10 touchdowns), but needs to move to the next level as a passer (16 touchdowns, 61% completion percentage). If Hurts makes another leap in 2022, the Eagles will be contenders in the NFC.

Former DT enjoys impressive Eagles camp after career detour – NBCSP
The Eagles are insane deep at defensive tackle. In addition to Cox, Jordan Davis, Javon Hargrave and Milton Williams, the Eagles have second-year pro Marlon Tuipulotu, a sixth-round pick last year who has also improved since last year. It would be understandable if Wilson was obsessed with what he has to do to make the team. But he is not. That’s another lesson he’s learned over the last year. Don’t focus on things you can’t control. Has no sense. “Once you start looking ahead, that’s when you lose yourself,” he said. “That’s what happened to me as a rookie, just looking around, not worrying about today but about tomorrow and next week’s game.

A bet we like from all NFC East teams: Saquon’s last stand? Bet the End on Barkley’s Yard Support – PFF
Philadelphia Eagles (+160, 9.5). Bet to place: HAASON REDDICK +2500 to lead the NFL in sacks at BetMGM. After an odd start to his career, in which the Cardinals drafted Reddick to be an off-ball linebacker, to a season at Carolina, where he was extremely productive alongside Brian Burns, Reddick returns home to play in the city where he played his college ball. in the temple. The Eagles should improve everywhere along the defense in 2022, and if that happens, the opportunities to turn pressures into takedowns will be there for Reddick. Take this long shot.

Browns’ ‘innocent’ and unrepentant Deshaun Watson practices against Eagles: Talent trumps all – NJ.com
The quarterback in the orange No. 4 jersey slipped into the pocket, running the Cleveland Browns’ second-team offense with poise and efficiency. Several times his strong, well-placed shooting got past the Eagles’ second-team defenders. If you’d walked into Thursday’s Eagles-Browns joint practice without knowing the context, you’d have wondered how the hell this guy was the second-team quarterback. He could have been the greatest athlete on any sideline. But there was a context. A great old and ugly backdrop. Thursday’s practice took place a few hours after Deshaun Watson stood in front of reporters and declared: “I have always defended my innocence, and I always said that I never assaulted anyone or disrespected anyone, and I continue to defend it.” . … In order for us to move forward, I have to be able to take steps and put pride aside. I will continue to stand in my innocence and continue to push forward…”

Spadaro: Eagles run their business on Day 1 with Browns – PE.com
This was fun. On a perfect day in suburban Ohio, the Eagles and Browns held Day 1 of their joint practices and it was worth the wait. A two-week road trip ended with preseason games against the Browns and dolphins It was everything the Eagles hoped it would be: intense, physical, fast, different. Football. “It’s really realistic. You’re playing these other guys, you don’t have the chemistry with them, so it’s all really business here. Like a game,” tight end Dallas Goedert said. “It’s fun. The intensity, bring it out. They make a play, they cheer. We put on a play, we cheer, it’s all very fun. yourself or in the off-season when you’re doing OTAs. So it’s fun to come back here, get a little nervous, and that builds up the intensity and makes us all better.”

NFL UDFA 2022 Analysis – First Cuts – Over the Limit
Dallas is number 3 and they put a high priority here. His $1.8M spent on UDFA is second only to the Eagles, as is his average collateral of $87K. Dallas has become very risk-averse in free agency, so they’re clearly looking to hit with their UDFA. They have 85% of the players still on the team.

Giants RB Saquon Barkley ‘fed up’ with criticism of his running style – Big Blue View
“We call them All-Pros with clickers in hand,” Barkley said. “Running is a difficult position, but it’s easy to be there and watch football and watch TV or even watch a movie and stop the clip and say I should have made that cut.” Barkley acknowledged that Daboll and his staff want a physical running style. “The coaches have been emphasizing the racing style that we have as a team and the mentality that we have as a team and like I said, I want to do what the coach wants me to do and that has been my focus. which, trying to be the best runner I can be for the team. “Coach has kind of an emphasis, which means we want to be more physical, we want to be more downhill.”

13 positions that raise 13 burning questions for the Cowboys – Blogging The Boys
QB – Can Will Grier take Cooper Rush’s backup QB job? Will Rush have a recovery game? Probably. He has shown that he can make plays in the past, so it would be weird if he suddenly lost his mojo. However, if he doesn’t, the team still has Grier in the pocket as a potential option. Grier missed last week’s game with a groin injury, but we should see him all right now.

What are your chances? 2022 Edition – Hogs Haven
The history of running backs with similar draft pedigree doesn’t seem to give Brian Robinson much of a chance to displace Antonio Gibson as the primary starter, about 10%. After the first preseason game, it would be a surprise if Robinson doesn’t start on Day 1. It would give Robinson the best chance of any of these players to blow away the average rookie season of comparable players.

NFL settles with Deshaun Watson, resulting in 11-game suspension and $5 million fine – SB Nation
The NFL’s appeal of Deshaun Watson’s six-game suspension by independent referee Judge Sue Robinson is complete. The NFL was reportedly able to reach a deal with Watson, with the Browns quarterback serving an 11-game suspension to start the 2022 season and fined $5 million. The fine will be combined with donations from the NFL and the Cleveland Browns, with the entire $7 million donated to organizations working to prevent sexual misconduct and assault. The suspension stems from multiple sexual misconduct allegations that resulted in civil lawsuits against Watson by 24 different massage therapists from whom he sought massages over a 17-month period. A New York Times report revealed that Watson received massages from at least 66 different masseuses during that time. Affidavits from the 24 women who filed civil lawsuits against Watson detailed that he contacted them on Instagram to secure their services, showed no interest in their level of experience, qualifications, or even certification, and during scheduled massages, Watson committed various acts. of sexual misconduct and sexual assault.

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