Eagles News: Philadelphia “stayed in touch” with Tyrant Mathieu

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Report: Saints top Tirana Mathieu’s possible landing site – NFL.com
Q: What appeared on the pages of Tyrann Mathieu? … MIKE GARAFOLA: I think yesterday was a good visit with the saints. There are a couple of teams that stayed in touch. I know one of them is the Philadelphia Eagles. I know there was talk of a visit, but so far there was nothing between Mathieu and the Eagles.

Matt Corral says he had an official pre-call visit from the Eagles – BGN
Regardless of Philly’s true intentions (#smokescreenSZN), they are certainly doing homework in this year’s class of defenders. Defenders coach Brian Johnson attended Kenny Pickett’s professional day and Sam Howell’s professional day. Howie Roseman went to personally meet Pickett and Howell in November. At this year’s Senior Bowl Roseman “paid special attention” to Malik Willis. Albert Brier recently said he “heard [the Eagles] associated with Malik Willis the last couple of weeks. “And so Corral is just the latest QB we know to be on the Eagles radar. It makes sense that they (and other teams) would like to take Corral. This allows them to gather more information. about an ankle injury he received during the January 1 Sugar Bowl.

On the podium: Eagles new LB Kyzir White about choosing to play with team and player type – BGN Radio
On Tuesday afternoon, new LB Kyzir White spoke to Philly’s media about why he decided to join the team, moving from security to a linebacker after college and more.

Will more players use their way to the desired trade destinations? – SI
So let’s see what happens. In terms of value, I agree that it looks like the Eagles won the trade in the walk. But of the two teams that participated, the one that actually demonstrated the greatest ability to turn elections into productive players lately was the Saints. That means there’s plenty of reason to trust Loomis and scout boss Jeff Ireland, even if the deal itself doesn’t look great if you’re building things up on a rough price chart.

Reynolds: Winning Opening – Set Mileage
Philadelphia went 0-6 (plus a defeat to the Chargers) against the playoff teams last year, but they have equaled the Giants on the simplest schedule this season, facing the fewest quality (7) and elite teams (3). The Eagles ’roster remains more intact than any other NFC playoff team since last season, and they have three of the top 20 picks in this April’s draft. If you’re raving in Dallas, the Eagles are an interesting consideration to win the NFC East at +350.

NFL free agency rankings for 2023: Lamar Jackson, Quenton Nelson, Diba Samuel describe the 30 best players – The Athletic
27. Javon Hargreave, DT, Philadelphia Eagles (29). He was a free agent in 2020 and signed a three-year, $ 39 million contract with the Eagles. Hargreave spent his best season in 2021, making his career high with 7.5 bears and 18 QB shots in 16 games in the starting lineup. If he can repeat the performance, he will have the opportunity to earn again.

Dick Vermeil selects Carl Peterson to represent him at the Professional Football Hall of Fame – PFT
Dick Vermeil chose Carl Peterson as his host at the induction ceremony for professional football. Vermeil and Peterson have been closely linked for decades: Peterson was Vermale’s assistant at UCLA and the Eagles in the 1970s, and Peterson was the general manager of the Chiefs, who persuaded Vermeil to retire and coach in Kansas City in 2001.

NFC East: New York Giants are in a great position to trade on the draft – Blogging The Boys
Many believe the New Orleans Saints are interested in trading and have acquired 16th and 19th place overall from the Eagles to have the resources to do so. It would be something if they used some of the capital received from the Eagles in a way that would end up in the hands of the Giants. Again, what makes the Giants a particularly interesting threat to the Panthers is that they stack them into a sandwich in a rough order. In New York, there is no reason to worry if they trade from five locations, seeing how they will be able to choose soon after. If they can, like Philadelphia, add more or future first-round elections during the perestroika in which they are now, it would be a pretty solid maneuver.

LSU Professional Day: Giants at Hand to Watch Derek Stingley Jr. – Big Blue View
This is an important workout for Stingley. Lisfranco’s injury repelled him for most of the 2021 season and prevented him from training at the NFL Scout Factory. Stingley was cleared for full activity about a month ago, and all exercises are expected to take place on Wednesday. Stingley had a stunning 2019 season for LSU, his first year. He has not reinforced this last two seasons, the cause being injuries. Ahmad “Sos” Gardner of Cincinnati is considered the main defender of the 2022 draft. Many believe that Stingley has the top 10 abilities, the problem is that he has not demonstrated them constantly since that 2019 season. Can Stingley separate himself from the group of corner defenders behind Gardner, which includes Trent McDuffie of Washington and Andrew Booth of Clemson?

Christian Watson is a dynamic receiver that Washington should add to its list – Hogs Haven
Watson is a complete set of offensive weapons. Teams are looking for the next multifaceted offensive weapon like Caradel Patterson, Diba Samuel, Curtis Samuel, and in the past Percy Harvin. Washington desperately needs a №2 receiver. Last season showed that Curtis Samuel was not healthy to be a productive participant and no one on the list was able to fill the void. Commanders need another playmaker to maximize Carson Wentz’s talent. Watson is one of the best wide receiver options at the start of the second round for Washington if they decide to use their choice in the first round to decide another position.

Summing up the off-season “Saints” – Canal Street Chronicles
Need positions. After signing and renewing, the Saints remain with clean holes in the wide receiver, offensive line and security. The backing (due to the inevitable disqualification of Alvin Camara), the quarterback (given that James Winston has a contract for only two seasons) and the tight end (due to Adam Troutman’s unbearable year last season) could also be improved.

NFL 2022 Project Rating: QB1 Malik Willis – NBC Sports Edge
Willis is not as risky as some portray because of his ridiculous ability to rush into the NFL. It reminds me of Lamar Jackson’s trial. But the combination of arm strength and Willis ’athleticism challenges another player. This player accidentally starred in the Georgia Dome when Willis was a kid, lived a few blocks away from him and dreamed of playing for the Falcons. Michael Wick. The Willis coup is a generation. Its downside is the top 5 scramblers of all time with the top 5 problems with the strength and accuracy of the NFL’s hands … with a modified Ravens-style system that suits it (with more throws from the field), it’s still at least in the top. 16 NFL starter, right? If Jalen Herts did it, how did Malik Willis miss it? In my opinion, Willis should be Detroit’s choice at No. 2 overall. This is a risk, of course. Passing the defender with the tools, this brilliant one is great. Comp: Right-hander Michael Vic.

6 Biggest Surprises from Todd McShae’s Last Draft NFL Draft – SB Nation
№ 4: Malik Willis lasted so long. McShay has Willis to Steelers at number 20, which was near his landing site for the NFL plant. I can’t imagine that some of the teams between Carolina and Pittsburgh wouldn’t have taken a pilot here. You currently have the Falcons, Seahawks, Eagles and Saints, all of whom either need a QB right now, or are on the verge of needing to evaluate a position. The Eagles have two choices before the Steelers, as do the Saints after their exchange. I can’t imagine both of these teams twice going over Willis ’side. Pittsburgh obviously would have been thrilled because they got the best QB on this draft with the biggest advantage in the future and never had to climb to get it. I would have been just stunned if someone hadn’t pulled the trigger to grab it.

NFL University № 35: A Mocking Choice 11-20 and Former Georgia Dean LB Nakobe – The SB Nation NFL Show
Welcome to the next edition of the NFL University! Stephen Serda, Kyle Posey and Justice Maskeda gave you a 1-10 pick in the upcoming NFL Draft last week – and now it’s time for 11-20. Without broad receivers in the top 10 over the past week, the best pass catchers are starting to move in the middle of the draft, where the Saints and Eagles have plenty of choices. We close the case, talk to former Georgia midfielder, national champion and projected first round pick Nakobe Dean.

Wind company pleads guilty to killing at least 150 eagles – NPR
The wind company has been sentenced to probation and ordered to pay more than $ 8 million in fines and restitution after killing at least 150 eagles at its wind farms in eight states in the past decade, federal prosecutors said Wednesday.

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