Eagles News: Swoop Ranked One of the NFL’s Best Pets

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I only have eyes (and feelings) for you: ranking the best and worst pets in the NFL – The Athletic
2. Philadelphia Eagles. Pet: Swoop. Debut: 1996. Thoughts: It pains me to write this a little knowing that my best friend is never going to leave me alone: ​​he is a fan of the Eagles. But Swoop looks like the most realistic of all pets and looks just as much like the logo as it does anyone. It is definitely as scary as an eagle really looks.

ESPN proposes trade between Eagles and Seahawks – BGN
In the end, though, I’m not feeling it. Pocic may offer versatility, but its lack of durability is an issue. He has recorded just 1,026 snapshots in three seasons. To put that number in perspective, Jason Kelce played 1,163 snapshots in 2019 alone. I don’t love trying to replace Brooks with a guy who was limited to a start due to back and core muscle injuries last season. Also, are we sure Pocic is really good? I can’t say that I’ve seen the Seahawks’ offensive line entirely (sounds like an unpleasant experience!) But Pocic has consistently been poorly rated by Pro Football Focus. Even his “promising” rookie season saw him finish 78th out of 92 guards.

The Kist & Solak Show # 185: Trading for Jamal & Confirming Pryors – BGN Radio
Michael Kist and Benjamin Solak outline the pros and cons of a possible Jamal Adams trade with a look at the recent first-round pick / player exchanges PLUS Matt Pryor is the answer to replace Brandon Brooks? Developed by SB Nation and Bleeding Green Nation.

Grilled Boom: Mocking the rest of the NFC teams – PhillyVoice
Buccaneers: In Jason Licht’s six years as a GM, the Bucs have compiled a record 34-62 (0.354), which is better than just the Jaguars and Browns during that span. They finished last in the NFC South in four of those seasons, and in 2019, their season essentially ended in October after starting 2-6. But, of course, they are only one player away. Roasted boom.

Waiting: Harold Carmichael must wait until 2021 for Hall of Fame induction – PE.com
Harold Carmichael waited almost 30 years to receive the call to the Professional Soccer Hall of Fame, so what other year will he wait for the induction ceremony? That’s the approach Carmichael is taking after word got out on Wednesday that the ceremony to induce the Centennial Class of the Professional Football Hall of Fame would move from this fall to August 2021 due to the COVID pandemic. -19. “The health and safety of our Hall of Fame, the fans and volunteers who make Sanctification Week so special remain our top priority,” said Pro Football Hall of Fame President and CEO David Baker. , it’s a statement. “The Hall will honor the 2020 Centennial Class next August, along with what promises to be an equally spectacular Class of 2021, as part of a multi-day soccer celebration with an atmosphere that will bring fans ‘Twice the Fun in’ twenty-one. ‘”

Remembering Jerome Brown, happy, carefree and fun as hell – NBCSP
So Jerome looked at me and smiled and then he picked me up and hit me against the wall while Keith Jackson was there laughing and saying “Come on Jerome don’t kill him.” Jerome crashed me two more times face-first into the wall and then he dropped me to the ground and then he stood on me and laughed and said these words that I will never forget: “I’m playing with you” houses! Then he picked me up, put me back together, and hobbled me on my way. And every time people ask me what Jerome was like, I tell them that story because that’s Jerome in a nutshell.

Building the best money for the NFL team can buy under the 2020 salary cap – NFL.com
George Kittle’s pairing with Dallas Goedert gives the roster the NFL’s best tight end duo. Each offers reception and blocking capabilities. However, using a second round slot in Goedert was one of the most difficult decisions in this exercise, especially considering that some of the players recruited in Round 2 were left on the table (Nick Chubb, DK Metcalf, Mecole Hardman, etc.). Chris Herndon, who missed 15 games in 2019 due to injury, offers a high-cost, low-cost reception option. Jaylen Samuels earns his team on special teams, but also brings depth to both the tight end and running back.

Redskins listed as a top landing spot for Josh Gordon if reinstated – Hogs Haven
Should the Redskins chase Gordon if he is given another chance to resume his NFL career? It would probably provide a boost to Washington’s offense, but is he the type of player Ron Rivera wants to have on the team? The Redskins head coach talked about mistakes and second chances after recruiting Saahdiq Charles in April, but perhaps Coach Rivera will see Gordon, who is older and has at least 7 suspensions on his record dating back to 2011. , in a completely different light than Charles.

2020 professional football Hall of Fame game officially canceled due to Covid-19 concerns – Blogging The Boys
Last week, concern for the NFL began to grow, as the league’s preseason kickoff game, the Pro Football Hall of Fame game, would be canceled. Unfortunately, those fears have come true as HOF play has been suspended due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

NFL lawyer: teams said training camp will start on time, preseason could be shortened – DraftKings Nation
The NFL continues to plan for training camp to start on time. League attorney general Jeff Pash told media on Thursday that the teams were informed that the training camp will open as scheduled. Most teams are slated to open on July 28. The Chiefs and Texans would open earlier due to Thursday’s regular season opening, while the four Monday Night Football teams would open a day later. Pash also said the owners are still negotiating with the union over the preseason schedule. The Pro Football Hall of Fame game was canceled on Thursday, and owners and players are discussing a further reduction. Players have had no training on the field this offseason, so there is talk of eliminating the first week or two of the preseason games to provide an acceleration period.

Browns general manager Andrew Berry challenges team and social justice fans after George Floyd’s murder – ESPN
Berry, the youngest GM in the NFL at 33, sat at his computer the night of June 4, writing down his thoughts to the best of his ability. He looked at everything he had seen around the world. Images of death. Feelings of despair. Destruction of property. Loss of innocence. But the more Berry wrote, the more he erased. The words had to be correct. The message had to be clear. In a few hours, Berry had woven almost 800 words of heartfelt emotion, an unfiltered vision of being the father of two young black children. A challenge too.

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