Sam Bradford - QBPosted 4/26/16 10:31pm ET
The Denver Broncos asked about Philadelphia Eagles QB Sam Bradford, according to a prominent league source. According to a league source, the asking price from the Philadelphia Eagles was too high.
Huddle Up: Denver is doing is due diligence with every available QB, but it doesn't sound like Bradford isn't an option going forward.
Sam Bradford - QBPosted 4/26/16 10:45pm ET
Philadelphia Eagles QB Sam Bradford is not interested in playing for the San Francisco 49ers and head coach Chip Kelly, according to NFL Network's Jeff Darlington.
Huddle Up: Interesting news after Kelly orchestrated Bradford's trade to Philly a year ago, but the former Oregon and Eagles coach seemingly doesn't have an overabundance of players around the league wanting to play for him.
Darren Sproles - RBPosted 4/24/16 5:04pm ET
Philadelphia Eagles RB Darren Sproles could be traded this offseason, in the opinion of NJ.com's Elliot Shorr-Parks. Shorr-Parks views Sproles as a logical and likely trade candidate, with Ryan Mathews and Kenjon Barner set as the two running backs who for sure will make the final roster.
Huddle Up: Sproles will be 33 in June, and while he's not necessarily at the end yet, he was a Chip Kelly acquisition who doesn't necessarily fit into Doug Pederson's new offense in Philly. The Eagles also are likely to add another RB in the draft.
Sam Bradford - QBPosted 4/21/16 10:19am ET
Philadelphia Eagles QB Sam Bradford will remain the starter after the team acquired the No. 2 overall draft pick Wednesday, April 20, according to Eagles executive vice president of football operations Howie Roseman. 'Let me be clear, Sam Bradford is our starting quarterback,' Roseman said Wednesday. 'We told Sam that. We intend to support him and the moves we made this offseason we believe will give us a chance to compete this season.'
Huddle Up: Having Bradford gives Philly the luxury of bringing their rookie quarterback along slowly. It's a plan that's worked in the past--notably Carson Palmer in Cincinnati--and it's one that Eagles coach Doug Pederson is familiar with: he was the short-term solution after Philadelphia drafted Donovan McNabb and eased him into the lineup.
Sam Bradford - QBPosted 4/21/16 4:44pm ET
Philadelphia Eagles QB Sam Bradford is expected to ask to be traded, according to a source, despite executive vice president of football operations Howie Roseman stating that Bradford is still the starter. It was previously reported that Bradford is upset with the Eagles' trading up in the NFL Draft for what will likely be a quarterback.
Huddle Up: Hard to blame Bradford as the Eagles continue to send highly-mixed messages on their QB plans, signing Bradford and Chase Daniel to big-money deals one month and the next paying a hefty price to move up and be in position to land one of the draft's top QBs. However, with his new 2-year, $17 million deal, trading Bradford before June 2 reportedly would mean an instant $11 million cap hit for Philly while the acquiring team would have to agree to take on Bradford's contract. And you thought the league's QB drama was dying down ...
Darren Sproles - RBPosted 4/18/16 1:35pm ET
Philadelphia Eagles RB Darren Sproles may miss the minicamp this week due to a family issue.
Huddle Up: Not ideal given that the Eagles have a new coaching staff and will be running a new offense, but Sproles is a veteran so he shouldn't be too far behind when he's able to rejoin the team.
Ryan Mathews - RBPosted 4/15/16 12:32pm ET
Philadelphia Eagles RB Ryan Mathews is a player the San Francisco 49ers and Dallas Cowboys are interested in if the Eagles make him available. Sources said it's unlikely the Eagles would trade him to a division rival in Dallas or their former head coach Chip Kelly's new team in San Francisco.
Huddle Up: Mathews compiled 685 yards from scrimmage and matched his career high with seven TDs on 127 touches last season while sharing the workload with DeMarco Murray and Darren Sproles. Murray is now with the Titans, leaving Mathews atop the RB depth chart but there are, of course, his lingering durability concerns so don't be surprised if the Eagles draft another back or wind up dealing the former Kelly acquisition.
Jordan Matthews - WRPosted 4/14/16 9:45am ET
Philadelphia Eagles WR Jordan Matthews said he will play more on the outside during organized team activities.
Huddle Up: The Eagles keep repeating this "Matthews moving outside" mantra; in OTAs we'll get to see if it actually plays out.
Mark Sanchez - QBPosted 4/5/16 11:17am ET
Denver Broncos QB Mark Sanchez is holding his annual passing camp Monday, April 4, Tuesday, April 5 and Wednesday, April 6 in California. He will work with Denver wide receivers, tight ends, running backs and QB Trevor Siemian.
Huddle Up: At this juncture Sanchez is the Broncos' starting QB, so any additional work he can get with his new teammates is a benefit.
Rueben Randle - WRPosted 4/1/16 7:25pm ET
Philadelphia Eagles WR Rueben Randle is confident that he'll start in his first season with the Eagles this year. Randle said he's familiar with Philadelphia after playing against them for several years and he's excited to showcase his opportunities.
Huddle Up: Randle will be battling a couple of young holdovers in Nelson Agholor and Jordan Matthews who are coming off disappointing seasons. Throw in a new coaching staff, and the starting positions are truly up for grabs in Philly.
Jordan Matthews - WRPosted 3/24/16 10:21am ET
Philadelphia Eagles WR Jordan Matthews will line up outside some in training camp, according to head coach Doug Pederson.
Huddle Up: Matthews has taken the vast majority of his snaps in the slot, but with Philly adjusting their offense there's no better time for him to expand his horizons. And the more he moves around the tougher he'll be for defenses to track, so assuming Matthews has no problem learning multiple roles this is a good thing for his fantasy productivity.
Nelson Agholor - WRPosted 3/20/16 2:34pm ET
Philadelphia Eagles WR Nelson Agholor is still expected to start on the outside in 2016 despite the addition of free-agent WR Chris Givens. Agholor was a first-round pick whose development was stunted due to injury last year.
Huddle Up: Agholor's dynasty-league owners definitely are hoping that's the case after suffering through the rookie's 23-283-1 rookie season.
Mark Sanchez - QBPosted 3/11/16 2:44pm ET
Philadelphia Eagles QB Mark Sanchez was acquired by the Denver Broncos on Friday, March 11, in exchange for a conditional 2017 draft pick -- reportedly a seventh rounder. Sanchez is likely to serve as the backup quarterback this year, in the opinion of The Denver Post's Cameron Wolfe. Sanchez had four touchdowns and four interceptions in six games in 2015, and he has 86 TDs and 84 picks in his career.
Huddle Up: GM John Elway tweeted Friday that this is the team's "first step" in reconstructing their QB picture, meaning that Sanchez figures to be nothing more than a bridge starter at best with the Broncos still in play to acquire a veteran QB or using a high draft pick on a quarterback.
Sam Bradford - QBPosted 3/10/16 4:15pm ET
Philadelphia Eagles QB Sam Bradford is the starting quarterback heading into the 2016 season, with QB Chase Daniel as the No. 2, according to head coach Doug Pederson.
Huddle Up: Daniel is in the same situation we was in K.C. only with a much clearer chance for playing time given Bradford's history of health issues.
DeMarco Murray - RBPosted 3/10/16 8:14pm ET
Tennessee Titans RB DeMarco Murray said he's 100 percent motivated in Tennessee, adding that he is fresh after he felt like he took last season off. 'I look forward to competing every day and getting back on track and running the ball the way I know I can,' Murray said.
Huddle Up: Murray should be much better fit in Tennessee than he was a season ago in Philly, but really he only can go up after rushing for only 702 yards and posting a career-worst 3.6-yards-per-carry average.
DeMarco Murray - RBPosted 3/9/16 8:56am ET
The Tennessee Titans and RB DeMarco Murray have revised his contract with his looming trade from the Philadelphia Eagles. According to a source with knowledge of the situation, the revised four-year deal has a base value of $25.5 million, with $12.5 million guaranteed. In 2016, $6 million is fully guaranteed, with $3 million fully guaranteed in 2017. Incentives could push the deal to a maximum value of $33 million.
Huddle Up: A contract re-work was part of the plan when this trade was made, though Murray remains one of the more highly compensated backs in the league.
Ryan Mathews - RBPosted 3/8/16 9:01am ET
Philadelphia Eagles RB Ryan Mathews likely will generate more fantasy value if he stays with the Eagles because of the impending trade of RB DeMarco Murray.
Huddle Up: If Mathews steps into the lead role in Philly he would enjoy the benefits of what is expected to be a run-heavy offense that also leans on the running back in the passing game. Darren Sproles could take a bite out of that role, however, and the Eagles have reportedly been shopping Mathews as well as Murray so there's no guarantee he sticks around in Philly either.
DeMarco Murray - RBPosted 3/7/16 9:12pm ET
Philadelphia Eagles RB DeMarco Murray is close to being traded to the Tennessee Titans, according to sources.
Huddle Up: The Tennessee running backs combined for only 3.6 yards per carry as a team last year and the addition of Murray is a serious upgrade over Antonio Andrews, David Cobb and Bishop Sankey. But that alone won't upgrade one of the weaker offensive lines in the NFL and there's not much else on the offense to merit concern by an opposing defense.
DeMarco Murray - RBPosted 3/4/16 10:46am ET
Philadelphia Eagles RB DeMarco Murray has not talked with head coach Doug Pederson at this point, so Pederson said he is not sure if Murray is unhappy with his current situation. Murray likely will have to stay with the Eagles even if he is unhappy unless he is willing to restructure his contract.
Huddle Up: Murray may want to talk to his new coach about the offense Pederson will run before asking out of Philly, especially if it's going to cost him some money. While he would like to return to Dallas, the Eagles wouldn't let him go to a division rival without commanding a huge ransom in return.
Sam Bradford - QBPosted 3/1/16 5:28pm ET
Philadelphia Eagles impending free-agent QB Sam Bradford and the Eagles agreed to a two-year, $36 million deal Tuesday, March 1, including $26 million guaranteed, according to a source.
Huddle Up: Hey, $18 mil per year with $26 million guaranteed -- not bad at all for a QB who's had the ups and downs and health issues Bradford has had. Now at least the Philly QB situation is settled for a change, and the Eagles can go about filling in around him.
Sam Bradford - QBPosted 2/28/16 9:22pm ET
Philadelphia Eagles impending free-agent QB Sam Bradford's agent met with the Eagles this week at which point the Eagles upped their offer on a long-term deal for Bradford. The goal is to complete a deal before Bradford hits free agency, but a deal is not expected to get done until at least the anti-tampering period, however.
Huddle Up: The Eagles seem more intent than ever on retaining Bradford, but the QB might be best served by testing the open market first.
DeMarco Murray - RBPosted 2/26/16 3:19pm ET
Philadelphia Eagles RB DeMarco Murray is still unhappy in Philadelphia, according to other teams around the league. It'll be difficult to trade Murray, but the Eagles are listening.
Huddle Up: It would be real interesting to see Murray return to the Cowboys -- if that's even a consideration for the Eagles -- but even if he has to stay in Philly, Doug Pederson's offense surely will prove to be a better fit for Murray than Chip Kelly's.
Mark Sanchez - QBPosted 2/21/16 2:13pm ET
Philadelphia Eagles QB Mark Sanchez is expected to be released in order to save the Eagles $3.5 million in salary cap space, in the opinion of CSNPhilly.com's Reuben Frank and Dave Zangaro.
Huddle Up: Sanchez went 4-6 as a fill-in starter with 18 TD passes and 15 interceptions over the last two seasons in Philly, and the 29-year-old would join the ranks of the top free-agent QBs available if he were to be released, although his viability as a long-term starting option remains in question.
Darren Sproles - RBPosted 2/21/16 10:55pm ET
Philadelphia Eagles RB Darren Sproles is expected to be retained this offseason, according CSNPhilly.com's Reuben Frank and Dave Zangaro. Sproles will count $4.5 million against the salary cap if kept, but he is deemed to be too valuable to release.
Huddle Up: Could it be that all three of Philly's top RBs return for another season? Sproles seemingly is vulnerable, turning 33 this offseason after gaining a seven-year-low 705 total yards and scoring four TDs on 138 touches a season ago. He has, though, returned a pair of punts for scores in each of the last two seasons.
Sam Bradford - QBPosted 2/18/16 7:32pm ET
The San Francisco 49ers could end up pursuing Philadelphia Eagles QB Sam Bradford this offseason, but the Niners must first decide what they will do with QB Colin Kaepernick. Many believe that it's unlikely that Kaepernick returns. However, new 49ers head coach Chip Kelly wasn't so high on Bradford after the 2015 season, according to former Eagles scout John Middlekauff.
Huddle Up: Cleveland might also show some interest in Bradford, who appears unlikely to get the franchise tag in Philly. In any case, it doesn't sound like anyone is too overly excited about 2010 No. 1 overall pick, who had 19 TD passes and 14 interceptions last season in 14 starts for the Eagles.
Sam Bradford - QBPosted 2/9/16 10:05am ET
Updating previous reports, Philadelphia Eagles QB Sam Bradford will not receive the franchise tag.
Huddle Up: This should not come as a surprise.
Riley Cooper - WRPosted 2/9/16 10:05am ET
Philadelphia Eagles WR Riley Cooper was released Monday, Feb. 8.
Huddle Up: Cooper stuck around in Philly because Chip Kelly likes big receivers. He could end up in San Francisco, though he's demonstrated his year as a fantasy factor was mostly a fluke.
Sam Bradford - QBPosted 2/5/16 9:44am ET
Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson listed finding a 'young quarterback' as one of the steps necessary for team to have success, which could mean QB Sam Bradford is not in the team's plans moving forward.
Huddle Up: Bradford was hand-picked by Pederson's predecessor, Chip Kelly, so don't be surprised if the Eagles move on to a new option at the quarterback position--whether via the draft, trade or free agency.
DeMarco Murray - RBPosted 2/5/16 9:44am ET
Updating previous reports, Philadelphia Eagles RB DeMarco Murray said he is committed to the Eagles despite rumors that there may be dissension between Murray and Philadelphia and despite a tweet by Dallas Cowboys WR Dez Bryant telling Murray to return to the Cowboys.
Huddle Up: Murray was misused in Philly's backfield rotation last year. It remains to be seen what new coach Doug Pederson's plan is, but you would have to think if Murray is on their roster they'll treat him like the high-priced lead back they paid him to be last offseason.
DeMarco Murray - RBPosted 2/4/16 6:17pm ET
Philadelphia Eagles RB DeMarco Murray could be courted by the Seattle Seahawks, Oakland Raiders or Dallas Cowboys if he does not return to the Eagles next season, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Those three teams were interested in Murray last offseason before he signed with the Eagles.
Huddle Up: Seattle would seem to be a less-likely destination now after the emergence of rookie Thomas Rawls this past season, and a return to the Cowboys would seem to make the most sense if the financial details can be hammered out.
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