Eagles News: ‘Those in the league continue to connect Deshaun Watson to Eagles and Broncos’

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GamePlan: This is a crucial offseason for the Lions rebuild; Combine Notes – Sports Illustrated
3) Those in the league continue to connect Deshaun Watson to the Eagles and Broncos. Obviously, clarity on Watson’s legal position would help (and further strengthen the market for him), but footballers in both places are well placed to conclude whether the right deal is there. Philly owner Jeffrey Lurie has always been willing to take players with luggage, and Denver currently doesn’t have an owner.

Eye on the Enemy #86: Discussing the NFL Scouting Combine + QB Market in the NFL This Offseason with Mike Kaye – BGN Radio
John Stolnis spoke with Mike Kaye, NFL Editor for the Pro Football Network, about the scouting suit, Roseman’s thoughts on Jalen Hurts, the QB market in the NFL this offseason and the likelihood that the Cowboys will release Amari Cooper.

Wide receivers blazed an impressive 40 times at the NFL Combine, so let’s get to know them
Tyquan Thornton, Baylor (6’2, 181, 4.28): Thornton caught 62 passes for 948 yards and 10 touchdowns in 2021. When he initially ran his 40, it looked like he had beaten the fastest time fast ever at the NFL Combine, with a 4.21. He was then reputed to have run a 4.28. However, it is fast! If the Eagles are still looking for a player who can take over defense like Jalen Reagor was supposed to, Thornton would make sense. He’s also a decent size, at 6’2, and he’s not just a one-trick pony that only rides deep routes.

Eagles’ need to rush to the edges could be filled by ‘upside’ prospects David Ojabo and George Karlaftis
Even before he set foot on a football pitch, David Ojabo was attracting interest from Division I colleges. “I won’t lie. My very first football helmet was a Rutgers helmet,” Ojabo said. “They found out I was going to start playing football and they invited me to Rutgers. My second helmet was a Maryland helmet. Then the third was my Blair Academy [high school] helmet.” Less than five years later, Ojabo is a projected first-round rusher. NFL teams have more information than the colleges that originally recruited the football neophyte. But many consider the same traits — his length prodigious and his athleticism – as a potential advantage despite his only full season at Michigan – relatively late to football.Born overseas, they arrived in America as teenagers and played other sports before turning to football. most popular pastime in the country.

Linderbaum humbled by Kelce comparison, shares details of meeting with Eagles – NBCSP
Because there are so many similarities between them and comparisons between Kelce and Linderbaum are inevitable. “Obviously he’s an All-Pro and I’m not quite up to his level yet,” Linderbaum said. “But it’s pretty cool to have comparisons like that. But I have a lot of work to do to reach his level. I will continue to work. Obviously he’s a great player, but I have a lot of work to do. Kelce is one of the main guys who has served as a role model for smaller centers in the NFL. It’s very possible that without Kelce’s success, Linderbaum wouldn’t be considered a first-round pick.

2022 NFL Combine Recap: Top Draft Prospect Performances, Risers, Best Workouts, 40 Fastest, Big Takeaways, Buzz and More – ESPN+
What’s your biggest takeaway from practice on Friday? McShay: For me, Iowa State running back Breece Hall was the story on Friday night. The explosion was off the charts for the 217-pound back. He made a 10-foot-6 spread jump and a 40-inch vertical, the best position. Then he ran a solid 4.44-second dash for 40 yards. In a class of running backs that doesn’t have a first round and is looking for someone to stand out from the rest, Hall has helped himself a lot in his training. He’s a bit too patient a runner, but I like his contact balance, and he’s a solid receiver out of the backfield. And he was just shy of 4,000 rushing yards during his three-year career at Iowa State. Hall certainly exceeded expectations and made a statement Friday as he continues to battle Michigan State’s Kenneth Walker III and Georgia’s James Cook to be the top guard selected in April.

Browns to host joint workouts with Eagles this summer – Dawgs By Nature
The last time the Browns visited another team for joint workouts was in 2019, when a feisty Browns team practiced with the Indianapolis Colts and several skirmishes broke out. While general manager Andrew Berry has a connection to Philadelphia general manager Howie Roseman after working together in 2019, Berry said Tuesday the joint workouts were coordinated by Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski and coach- Eagles leader Nick Sirianni, according to the team’s website.

Bernice Windish-Hawthorne Embodies True Strength – PE.com
2022 marks 50 years for Windish-Hawthorne as a season ticket member of the Eagles. Through all the ups and downs, both on and off the pitch, family remains the constant source of love, support and strength.

Report: Seahawks turn down multiple 1st-round pick trade offers from Washington for Russell Wilson – Reuters
They then made a big trade offer, and they just made another one for Russell Wilson. Ian Rapoport reports that Washington offered several 1st-round picks for Wilson, but Seattle rejected the offer. Full trade details aren’t available, but they likely included a few other sweeteners that weren’t enough for Seattle to part ways with their QB franchise. This removes Wilson from the list and Aaron Rodgers does not want to come to Washington to end his career. Deshaun Watson’s legal troubles would prevent him from coming here. Derek Carr is said to be part of the plans of new Raiders head coach Josh McDaniels. The “big” QB pool has dried up, and now Rivera has to go to the secondary market.

Dallas Cowboys free agency: New catcher Michael Gallup deal reportedly ‘close’ – Blogging The Boys
There’s still more than a week until free agency begins in the NFL, but until then, teams can do whatever they can to retain their own free agents. As we have discussed many times, the Dallas Cowboys have several. One player whose contract is expiring is catcher Michael Gallup. The Cowboys took Gallup to the third round of the 2018 NFL Draft and have seen him evolve into a quality receiver ever since. Unfortunately, Gallup missed time in 2021 with a calf strain and then tore his ACL in the penultimate game of the regular season, but his future is of great interest. Friday brought the news that Amari Cooper has “probably” gone to Dallas and the Cowboys are prioritizing keeping Gallup and hopefully tight end Dalton Schultz in stride. On Friday afternoon, ESPN announced that a deal with Dallas and Gallup was “closed.”

Amari Cooper will be cut, and these 4 teams can use him – SB Nation
The Cowboys are on the verge of the unthinkable: Cut Amari Cooper. All signs point to Dallas moving forward, with ESPN’s Adam Schefter expecting the exit to come before the start of the league’s new year as Cooper is set to receive $20 million shortly thereafter. Cooper’s release will be a tremendous example of cap mismanagement. The Cowboys find themselves $21 million above their projected 2022 salary cap, with Cooper’s $22 million cap essentially putting them below that number. The problem runs much deeper than a single receiver, with Dallas committing $52.9 million to three offensive linemen (Zack Martin, Tyron Smith and La’el Collins) and an additional $27 million to defensive end DeMarcus. Lawrence. The icing on the cake is Ezekiel Elliott, who is an $18.22 million cap for the upcoming season. We’ve discussed the dangers of overpaying running backs and the direct link between well-paid rushers and team failure, and now the Cowboys are mired in it.

NFL Reacts #30: Big NFL Combine winners and Cowboys want move on from Amari Cooper – The SB Nation NFL Show
Welcome to another edition of NFL Reacts! Stephen Serda, Kate Magdziuk and Justis Mosqueda dive straight into the big winners from the first night of practice at the NFL Combine. A quarterback had a big night and is already gaining ground on the draft boards. The wide receiver class showed plenty of speed, and the Cowboys reportedly wanted to move on from Amari Cooper.

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