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DO EAGLES HAVE THE TEAM TO REPEAT AS SUPER BOWL CHAMPIONS
Carson Wentz is really freaking good, in case you missed it. In his rookie season, Wentz displayed arm strength, mobility, and had his moments where you could see how well grasped the mental side of the game, but it never really all came together for him, especially with arguably the worst wide receiving corps in the league. In Year 2, his accuracy improved, as did his mental understanding NFL defenses, and he made the jump from promising rookie to one of the best football players on the planet.
Wentz is, of course, the unquestioned franchise starting quarterback that the team will build around for the next decade-plus, assuming he is able to stay healthy. Wentz’s health is a valid concern, as he tore his ACL and LCL, and will often sacrifice his body while trying to make plays.
Wentz was the story of spring practices, when he appeared to be ahead of schedule in his recovery from his injuries. We took video of Wentz throwing to his receivers every day during OTAs and minicamp to show his sustained progression. Continue Reading, By JIMMY KEMPSKI
DALLAS NEEDS ELLIOT AND PRESCOTT TO BE DYNAMIC DUO
With training camp now right around the corner, it’s not to early to start predicting which players might perform at a high level.
We’ve seen it every year – someone will emerge out in California and string together a few weeks of great practices. That doesn’t always mean it will translate to a great year when the regular season gets here. But it certainly doesn’t hurt.
As we continue our series of pressing questions to answer in camp, a few staff writers gave their early predictions as to which players might be turn some heads once the pads come in in Oxnard. Continue Reading, by DallasCowboys.com Report
GIANTS REST HOPES ON NEW COACH AND ELI GETTING BACK TO CHAMPIONSHIP FORM
At 6-foot-8 and 325 pounds, Nate Solder cuts an imposing figure. Yet he’s one of the more soft-spoken hog mollies you’ll come across. The two-time Super Bowl champion prefers to let his play do the talking for him.
“I try to stay pretty quiet, that’s just how my personality is kind of wired,” Solder said before the start of OTAs. “I just want to listen, I want to learn how guys are doing things, I want to pay attention to what my coaches tell me to do. I don’t think that there’s always a place to just come in and push your way around, I think that you just do the best that you can with what you’ve got.”
Giants head coach Pat Shurmur couldn’t agree more.
“He’s a true professional,” Shurmur said. “We talk often about leadership and I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, you don’t have to be anything extraordinary and you certainly don’t have to be the loudest guy in the room. Sometimes the guy that doesn’t say as much leads better than the guy that talks a lot, and Nate is a very steady force.” Continue Reading, By Matt Cohen
CAN ALEX SMITH BE THE MAN TO RIGHT THE SHIP IN WASHINGTON
Vote Joe Jacoby The Most Deserving Senior Candidate For Pro Football Hall Of Fame Class Of 2019
Fans can vote for Jacoby as a deserving member of the 2019 Pro Football Hall of Fame class.
Who should be the senior nominee for the Class of 2019 (Round 4)? – Talk Of Fame Radio.
Every NFL franchise believes it has 3-4 players who have not been treated fairly by the Hall of Fame selection process, which makes for a deep pool of senior candidates.
Seven Things We Learned About Tim Settle
As players take their final breaks before training camp, we will take a look back at the new faces from this offseason and what we’ve learned about them, football and otherwise, so far.
Need to Know: How the addition of Adonis Alexander affects the Redskins’ DB depth chart | NBC Sports Washington
Need to Know: The addition of defensive back Adonis Alexander could have ripple effects all over the Redskins’ roster. Continue Reading, By HTTR4LIFE