Eagles News: Two Philly players make 2023 best free agent list

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NFL’s top 25 free agents in 2023: Prospective class headed by Lamar Jackson and Tom Brady – NFL.com
12) Javon Hargrave. One of the best free agent signings in recent years, the former Steeler won at an elite level in 2021. He will be 30 when he hits free agency again. […] 17) James Bradberry. Even Bradberry’s relatively low year with the Giants in 2021 wasn’t that low. He could be the latest beneficiary of a trial deal to prove it.

Nick Sirianni talks spreading the ball between Eagles playmakers – BGN
Sirianni said they’re still working out what they’ll do for their first preseason game next weekend, and they don’t have to make a decision on whether the starters will play until Friday. Last year, they had the starters on the field for two series, and while they thought it worked out pretty well, they still aren’t committed to anything. He also said that whatever happens at practice Sunday at The Linc won’t really affect what happens next weekend because the way someone feels or looks today could change in the next three days.

Eye on the Enemy #102: Bryan Stabbe at Commander’s Camp + Is Carson Wentz the Answer? -Radius BGN
Hogs Haven’s John Stolnis and Bryan Stabbe take a deep dive into the Commanders’ camp. What are their playoff chances? Is Carson Wentz the answer? How has the camp looked? Also, the players Stabbe hopes to exploit in 2022.

A recent story of undrafted rookie free agents who made the Eagles’ initial 53-man roster – PhillyVoice
That would be an average of 1.7 per season. The only season in the last 10 years in which no undrafted rookie free agent made it to the Eagles’ starting 53-man roster was in 2020, when COVID complicated that offseason.

TJ Edwards becomes the star of Eagles training camp – NBCSP
T.J. Edwards isn’t making it easy to get him off the field. When the Eagles this offseason added Kyzir White in free agency and then drafted Nakobe Dean in the third round, it was fair to wonder if Edwards could miss a few snaps in 2022. If this training camp is any indication, that’s not happening. . Edwards hasn’t just been the Eagles’ best linebacker in training camp. He has arguably been the best player on the Eagles so far this summer. Not that he’s taking the time to enjoy that yet.

Philadelphia Eagles’ Miles Sanders seeks ‘respect I finally deserve’ – ESPN
The talent has been evident since Sanders, the 53rd overall pick in the 2019 NFL draft out of Penn State, arrived in Philadelphia. He set a franchise record for a rookie in rushing yards (818), passing LeSean McCoy, while leading his class in all-purpose yards (1,641). He ranks third among running backs in yards per carry (5.08) since 2019 (minimum 300 attempts) behind only Nick Chubb (5.34) and Jonathan Taylor (5.28). What he has lacked is consistency, especially as a pass catcher, and availability. The time to put it all together is now. Gainwell, the team’s fifth-round pick in 2021, had a strong rookie campaign with 544 total yards and six touchdowns. If Sanders gets hurt or doesn’t live up to expectations, Gainwell’s chances could increase along with Scott’s.

10 things to know about the Eagles after a magical night – PE.com
6. Connecting as a team is a huge priority and going very well. It happens every day at the NovaCare Complex and it happened again on Sunday night and with trips to Cleveland and Miami and joint practices and multiple nights against the Browns and Dolphins, it’s going to get even deeper into August. This is a team that gets along, does it all with head coach Nick Sirianni, and does everything they can individually and collectively to connect with the fans.

NFC East notebook: Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts has an uneven training camp – Big Blue View
For those who maintain a score that is one stock up, three stocks even, and three stocks down for the first seven days. The folks over at Bleeding Green Nation have full breakdowns of all the Jalen Hurts during training camp, so be sure to keep an eye on that for an idea of ​​what we can expect from the Hurts when they play the Giants. Newcomer AJ Brown has had an exceptional camp thus far clearly establishing himself as Hurt’s main target. Even with Pro Bowl cornerback Darius Slay in coverage, Brown has been able to continually make plays for the Eagles. Bleeding Green Nation has been privy to all Eagles coverage.

The Dallas Cowboys have a big kicking problem and they need to fix it fast – Blogging The Boys
The Dallas Cowboys have a kicking problem. Every day when we recap practices here at BTB, there’s always some note about how the kickers battled. Trouble has been a hot potato between UDFA rookie Jonathan Garibay and veteran Lirim Hajrullahu, but ultimately neither has shown reason to trust them in a real NFL game with everything on the line. This is all the do’s (or rather don’ts) of the Dallas Cowboys front office. We’ve talked about this before, but in case you forgot, the Cowboys employed literally the worst extra-point kicker in the NFL last year. That is not hyperbole or a statement made for dramatic effect. It is an objective fact.

Saturday’s game has people talking about Marken Michel again – Hogs Haven
The receiver spent the 2019 season on the Eagles’ practice squad and had a cup of coffee with the Eagles during training camp last year before joining the Washington team. As far as I can tell, Michel has only played 3 offensive snaps in the NFL regular season (with Carolina in 2020), but has caught the attention of the local Washington DC media during training camp. For one thing, he’s almost always the first player to walk onto the practice field every day, a habit that goes back a long way.

Commanders Sign LB Nathan Gerry, S Steven Parker, TE Eli Wolf Amid Multiple Roster Moves – Commanders
The Washington Commanders have added depth to multiple positions by signing linebacker Nathan Gerry, safety Steven Parker and tight end Eli Wolf. Gerry, a fifth-round pick by the Philadelphia Eagles in 2017, spent four years with the Eagles and recorded 163 tackles in 46 games, including 22 starts. Gerry also has 10 interrupted passes and two interceptions, one of which was returned for a touchdown in 2019. Gerry most recently spent time on the San Francisco 49ers’ practice squad in 2021, but was released in November.

Kiko Alonso, LB of the Saints, retires from the NFL
As many already know, the New Orleans Saints signed linebacker Kiko Alonso yesterday. After Kiko was not seen at practice today, which was his first chance to perform, he announced his retirement according to multiple sources. This news was first reported by Brooke Kirchhofer, later confirmed by Nick Underhill.

From routing trees to roasting beans: Former Jaguars wide receiver Arrelious Benn keeps going strong with Social House Coffee – Big Cat Country
Some people like coffee. Some people love coffee. And some people need coffee. But for former Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Arrelious Benn and his wife, Mariel, coffee is a way of life. Mariel grew up in the Dominican Republic, where the coffee is only as robust as the people who make it. Arrelious knew that when he retired from football, he wanted to put his MBA degree to work and give back to the Jacksonville community that ended up being the last leg of his eight-year NFL journey. Put them together and Social House Coffee opened its doors in February 2020, and it shows no signs of slowing down. “I knew I couldn’t play football forever,” Benn said before the Social House Coffee grand opening. “I was always trying to learn outside of my trade with football. And I knew I wanted to open a business.” [BLG Note: Checking in on a former Eagles WR.]

Aaron Rodgers attributes the best seasons of his career to stumbling – SB Nation
Aaron Rodgers may be the greatest quarterback of all time, but he’s made a complete fool of himself every time he’s opened his mouth over the past two years. Rodgers is the guy who intentionally misled the media about their vaccination status, spreading misinformation about covidhe was constantly talking on the national media about being a victim of cancel culture, and for some reason he told the whole world that he he likes to put oil on his butt. It goes without saying that it’s important to have a fair amount of skepticism whenever you speak into a microphone. Rodgers did another interview this week and talked about how he had possibly the two best seasons of his career in his late 30s. Rodgers said the secret to his success was a psychedelic experience with the ayahuasca plant that led to back-to-back seasons of MVP in 2020 and 2021.

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