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Tag Archives: Brandon Graham

Two Eagles OLBs Headed Out the Door

The Philadelphia Eagles appeared to be preparing for a big run in free agency after releasing veterans Todd Herremans yesterday and Cary Williams this morning; that appearance turned into reality this afternoon, as they decided to release long-time pass rusher Trent Cole and allow former first-round pick Brandon Graham to test free agency. Cole will […]

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5 Reasons to Be Excited About the Philadelphia Eagles in 2013

Khandyman Sports has been nominated for best blog in Philly. Help us out by voting here. In addition to playing in a weak division—the Giants are struggling, the Cowboys stink, and the ‘Skins are hurting—the Eagles have these five things going for them in 2013: 1. LeSean McCoy Is Back, And He’s (Very) Healthy In […]

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Projecting the Philadelphia Eagles’ 53-Man Roster

These are our official projections for the Eagles’ 53-man roster. This article will continually be updated, so check back every day or so, and the changes will be in red. QBs (3): Michael Vick, Nick Foles, Matt Barkley The first two are fairly obvious: the Eagles ARE NOT going to cut Michael Vick, the most […]

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Philadelphia Eagles: 3 Things to Watch vs New England Besides the QB Battle

1. Trent Cole, Brandon Graham The Philadelphia Eagles are making the switch from 4-3 to 3-4, so the position to watch: outside linebacker. Their roles have changed the most, and the guys to watch are pass rushers Trent Cole and Brandon Graham. Cole has been a top-flight defensive end (71 sacks in eight seasons with […]

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Philadelphia Eagles Release First Unofficial Depth Chart

Many people were looking forward to seeing the Eagles’ first unofficial depth chart; unfortunately, few questions were answered. Here it is, straight from the team in their Patriots-Eagles press release: OFFENSE QB: 1) Michael Vick/Nick Foles, 2) Matt Barkley, 3) Dennis Dixon, 4) GJ Kinne RB: 1) LeSean McCoy, 2) Bryce Brown, 3) Chris Polk, 4) Felix […]

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Projecting Eagles Defensive Starters Post-Free Agency

When Chip Kelly came into the organization, people knew things would change even on the defensive side of the ball for the Philadelphia Eagles. When he hired Billy Davis, a pioneer of the 4-3 “Under” (basically the 3-4), people knew things were going to change a lot. And they have, as the Eagles have used […]

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Who Balled & Who Stalled: Grading the Eagles’ Week 16 Loss

The Philadelphia Eagles (4-11) may have lost once again on Sunday, 27-20 to the Washington Redskins, but this loss was different. For one, the Eagles showed some heart and resiliency in the fourth quarter when a 27-13 game seemed over. Secondly, it was a very, very good learning experience for some of the younger guys […]

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Who Balled & Who Stalled: Eagles Player Grades vs Bengals

Another home game, another empty stadium going  into the 4th quarter. To be honest, the fans have every right to walk out on this team, as the performances have been utterly poor from this Eagles team. This week was no different, with the Cincinnati Bengals trouncing the Eagles 34-13 on Thursday night. Here are the […]

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Who Balled & Who Stalled: Eagles-Cowboys Week 13 Grades and Analysis

Will it ever stop? The Philadelphia Eagles’ (3-9) losing streak was stretched to eight in a 38-33 loss to the rival Dallas Cowboys on Sunday Night Football. With Andy Reid’s seat near boiling temperature, it is inevitable to see a situation where he doesn’t join several of his former assistant coaches—Juan Castillo and Jim Washburn—in […]

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Eagles Fire Defensive Line Coach Jim Washburn

According to several league sources, including CSNPhilly’s Reuben Frank, the Philadelphia Eagles have fired defensive line coach Jim Washburn. Washburn, who brought the wide-nine pass rush scheme to Philadelphia, has been coaching the team since 2011. Many could’ve seen this coming after the release of Washburn’s protege, Jason Babin, last week. After leading the league […]

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Bad Drafting Why Eagles Franchise Is On the Decline

Why are the Eagles 3-7 with no proverbial light at the end of the tunnel? Why are there more free agents/offseason acquisitions in the starting lineup than homegrown talent? Because of poor drafting. In fact, I’d go as far as to say bad drafting by Andy Reid the reason why the Eagles have consistently been […]

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Eagles 53-Man Roster Predictions: Who Makes the Cut?

With all four games of the Philadelphia Eagles’ preseason in the books, the time to shrink the roster to 53 players has come. Taking 75 deserving, NFL-caliber players and trimming 22 of them is tough, but thanks to excellent preseason performances from many-a-youngster, Andy Reid’s job will be especially tough as he looks to separate […]

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