The Eagles went from being able to wrap up a second straight NFC East crown at home to three weeks later being locked out of the postseason fun. The Eagles won 10 games, but will have nothing more to show for it. It never should have come to this.
The 49ers return home this week to take on the Washington Redskins. The Redskins are coming off a tough loss and despite a losing record is not a team that San Francisco can overlook.
Some of the best NFL players have something more: a big mouth. Here are 5 NFL loudmouths who back up their words on the field.
So you were the top dog in your fantasy league last year and your planning on trying to run it back with the same squad? Good luck. Many of the leagues mos reliable performers from last year find themselves in dramatically different circumstances heading into this campaign. For the most part, the fantasy pundits have priced in the new situation to each player’s projected value, but event at a discount, some once-reliable players may not be worth adding to your roster. Here are our picks for players headed for a slide with alternates you could probably get in the same draft spot.
The Washington Redskins signed star wide receiver DeSean Jackson Tuesday less than a week after he was released by the Eagles.
If you were an NFL general manager, would you sign DeSean Jackson? If your answer was no, you would never make it as a league executive, especially in Washington D.C., where the Redskins will be massaging Jackson’s ego for the next three seasons.
The Raiders are rumored to be interested in star free agent receiver DeSean Jackson. Jackson was released by the Philadelphia Eagles on Friday following reports of gang affiliations, which Jackson denies.
The team cut the former Cal Berkeley star on Friday. He was coming off a career-best season in Philadelphia, leading the team with 82 catches for 1,332 yards and nine touchdowns.
The 49ers and Patriots have reportedly inquired about the possibility of trading for star wide receiver DeSean Jackson.
A last-second field goal by Shayne Graham brought an end to the first season of the Chip Kelly era as the Saints left Philadelphia with a 26-24 victory in the NFC Wild Card playoff. The time for season-long evaluations will come over the coming week, but for now let’s take a quick look at how the Eagles performed in this game.