Round 1 of the 2016 NFL draft is in the books, and it started off how you'd expect, with quarterbacks Jared Goff and Carson Wentz going first and second to the Los Angeles Rams and Philadelphia Eagles, respectively. That's when things got interesting. Show More Summary
Quarterbacks went one-two at Thursday's NFL Draft as the Los Angeles Rams took Jared Goff with the first pick, and the Philadelphia Eagles followed suit by naming signal caller Carson Wentz with the second choice.
Carson Wentz automatically came to mind for the Philadelphia Eagles when they traded up to the No. 2 overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft. It was obvious that they were looking for a quarterback and they got their man. It may not have been a popular decision among the Eagles’ fan base to trade... Show More Summary
When the Philadelphia Eagles traded up to the No. 2 pick in the 2016 NFL draft, it was widely expected that Carson Wentz was their target. The Eagles confirmed those suspicions Thursday, selecting the North Dakota State Bison product to be their next franchise quarterback: Philly's decision to move up to No. Show More Summary
Once Cal quarterback Jared Goff was officially selected with the first overall pick by the Los Angeles Rams, the No. 2 overall pick became inevitable as well. The Philadelphia Eagles selected North Dakota State quarterback Carson Wentz with the second pick in the draft. The Eagles have continued to call Sam Bradford their starting quarterback,…
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In the past two weeks leading up to Thursday night’s NFL draft, the Los Angeles Rams and Philadelphia Eagles traded away 11 combined picks for the rights to select first and second overall, respectively. The Rams reportedly covet University of California quarterback Jared Goff and dealt their first-round pick both this year (No. Show More Summary
Most Philadelphia Eagles fans have a pretty good idea of what’s going down with the No. 2 overall pick in Thursday's 2016 NFL draft for which the Eagles traded so aggressively, but that’s only the start of a critical weekend for theShow More Summary
The Denver Broncos are reportedly beginning to explore different quarterback options after coming to the conclusion the Philadelphia Eagles aren't going to move Sam Bradford. Adam Schefter of ESPN reported the Eagles continue to stand...Show More Summary
Denver Broncos trade rumors now reveal the team had talks with the Philadelphia Eagles about Sam Bradford. These Broncos trade rumors might suggest that the team isn’t entirely pleased with Mark Sanchez as its answer at quarterback, raising the possibility that the team is still looking for a better option. Show More Summary
The Eagles don’t have a pick in the first round, so they want the whole draft instead. Via Dave Zangaro of CSNPhilly.com, commissioner Roger Goodell confirmed that the City of Brotherly Love wants to host the three-day event next year. “They’re one of the cities bidding,” Goodell said. “Were interested in Philadelphia, among other cities.”…
Sam Bradford demanded a trade from the Philadelphia Eagles after the team made moves to grab the no.2 pick in the draft, which supposedly is intended to draft a quarterback.
The top five picks in the NFL draft could go a multitude of ways. While it may not look like it, the Los Angeles Rams and Philadelphia Eagles have changed how teams are approaching this draft. Things will get interesting once CarsonShow More Summary
A trade up for what's seemingly a long-term project under center isn't going to fill the myriad holes the Philadelphia Eagles need to address in the 2016 NFL draft. After moving up from the No. 13 overall pick to No. 8 at the dawn of free agency, the Eagles weren't done there. Show More Summary
Sam Bradford and his agent are upset the Philadelphia Eagles didn’t inform them of the team’s plans for the 2016 NFL (...)
The Cleveland Browns made one of the biggest splashes in the 2016 offseason, dealing the No. 2 overall pick in this year's draft to the Philadelphia Eagles in exchange for a bounty of picks over the next three drafts, including the No. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Rams and Philadelphia Eagles trading up for the top two picks in this week’s NFL draft have made it a virtual lock that both teams will select players they hope will become franchise quarterbacks. The Rams have already...Show More Summary
Your browser does not support iframes. On one hand, Sam Bradford should be angry. The Philadelphia Eagles re-signed him, then went on a quarterback shopping spree and will be taking one with the second pick of the NFL draft. Bradford...Show More Summary
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford reportedly “wants to be traded,” according to Adam Schefter of ESPN, and he won’t be showing up for voluntary offseason workouts. According to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, Bradford’s agent, Tom Condon, appeared on SiriusXM NFL Radio on Monday and confirmed the quarterback will not be in attendance. Show More Summary
Exciting times under center in Philadelphia! Sam Bradford, the starting quarterback for exactly as long as it takes the Eagles to decide that their No. 2 overall draft pick is ready to step in, is perhaps not entirely satisfied being a stopgap. One report says he wants out. Read more...