Eagles News: DeVante Parker among potential NFL trade deadlines

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Buy or sell? 3 options for each scenario as the Eagles approach the trading deadline – NJ.com
WR DeVante Parker, Miami Dolphins. Like Cooks, Parker would also be a viable opportunity to fill Reagor. Parker has 25 catches on 327 yards and a touchdown this season with the Miami Dolphins. The Eagles have had an extensive history of making trades, including the draft deal before 2021, which gave the Eagles the Dolphins’ first-round pick in 2022, which is currently number two overall. Will the Dolphins still make another trade with the Eagles? Maybe.

Weapon X Mailbag: Should Eagles Swap Miles Sanders? – BGN
I feel like I’m writing about Sanders and potential deals in every postpose, but it’s still a worthy topic. I’m of the opinion that teams should not part with talented players for non-premium picks just for its sake, but if the Eagles really are not going to use Sanders this year and have other backs, they feel capable to a significant workload, a division must take place. I have compared a Sanders deal to the Eagles’ deal with Jay Ajayi in 2017 for a fourth-round pick. Ajayi had another year left on his rookie contract at the time of the trade, just as Sanders does. Sanders is on IR at the moment and will not be eligible to return until November 21, however, further complicating matters. Will a team make a win-now move for a running back when he gets to miss a few games and can be hampered even when he looks up again? For example, would the Titans not have immediate help after Derrick Henry’s injury instead of dealing with another injured back?

2022 NFL Mock Draft: Kayvon Thibodeaux Goes No. 1 to Detroit Lions, Ole Miss QB Matt Corral Lands in Washington as No. 5 – PFF
3. Philadelphia Eagles (via MIA): CB Derek Stingley Jr., LSU. The cornerback position against Darius Slay has been an issue for the Eagles this season. With three first-time players at his disposal, Philadelphia should just attack premium positions at the top. Stingley may have only played 154 snaps this year before sustaining a foot injury with an indefinite return schedule, but he was the highest-rated cornerback in the country as a true novice in 2019.

How did Miles Sanders react to his teammates running 46 times? – NBCSP
But Sanders was not angry. And he was not frustrated. And he did not strike out after Nick Sirianni, though it would have been understandable if he did. Instead, Sanders was thrilled with his teammates, especially Jordan Howard and Boston Scott, who came out of milk balls to combine for 24 carries for 117 yards. In total, the Eagles ran 46 times in 236 yards. “Actually, he texted me, ‘Good luck yeah, coach’ with all the caps,” Sirianni said. “Miles was obviously super excited about his teammates. “Miles is a great teammate. He’s a great person, great teammate, great player, I’m sure we have him on the team. Clearly, we are missing him right now and look forward to when he returns. “But it was his (text): ‘Hell, space, yes – YEA – with an exclamation point.”

Jordan Howard, Boston Scott gives Nick Sirianni a new story to share with future players – PE.com
“I think it’s going to be an eternal story,” Sirianni said Monday in our weekly one-on-one interview. “Maybe I do not have a story from my past, but they will be the best examples of what to do and how to be professional and how to get to work every day and be ready when your number is called. up, and when you do, I mean, what a great example for young guys who are backing right now, right? to see Jordan do what he did, or Boston to see what he did when they came in. “Jordan had no carriers – and he comes in and has 12 really good runs, physical runs and scores two touchdowns. The same with Boston. We are really excited about it and they will be my story going forward.”

Elo Ratings: Dallas Cowboys favored in all remaining games – Blogging The Boys
The Cowboys are favored in all of their remaining games, though the margin of error is small in some cases. The Chiefs game is the tightest projection right now and could easily change (in both directions) pending the outcome of tonight’s MNF match. But again, being favored in all remaining games does not mean that they are expected to win all remaining games. The 538 algorithm currently has the Cowboys attached to a 13-4 team. They also have the Cowboys with a 98% chance of reaching the playoffs, the second-best chance (23%) in the NFC East top seed after just the Packers (25%), and they are just ahead of the third-best Super Bowl odds. .

‘Things I think’, after the Giants lost another game they could have won – Big Blue View
It would be easy to feel good about the Giants’ performance on Monday. They almost defeated a team that was in the Super Bowl the last two seasons and won it two years ago. They denied Kansas City the dominant kind of “reset” victory that many Chiefs fans might have hoped for. I’m sure Judge’s post-game press conference was filled with comments on week-to-week improvements and how the game provided a lot to build on. I do not have the transcripts yet, but I do not really need them to know what he wants to say. The reality, though, is that the Giants are 2-6. Monday night was another Giants loss that should have been a Giants victory. There really is nothing to feel good about.

Jameis Winston out for the rest of the season – Canal Street Chronicles
New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton said at a news conference that he is “comfortable” and “satisfied” with his current quarterback room, which consists of long-term backup Trevor Siemian, gadget player Taysom Hill and rookie Ian Book. It’s not yet decided if this is just word of mouth, or if the Saints are actually rolling with the three quarterbacks back on the list. [BLG Note: The Eagles play the Saints in Week 11.]

Report: Texans Increase Trade Requirements for Deshaun Watson – The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins ‘pursuit of quarterback Deshaun Watson hit a chin last week, according to Pro Football Talks’ Mike Florio. The Dolphins are believed to be the only team in the bid for Watson, which has demanded a trade from the Houston Texans, but which is also facing 22 civil lawsuits alleging sexual assault and misconduct, along with criminal investigations into some of these allegations. However, the Texans saw an opportunity in the past week to increase their claim that the compensation for the lottery should be returned to them if a trade were to take place. If the dolphins are to make a trade, they are thought to want Watson to settle the civil lawsuits first. The Texans “caught a glimpse of the growing possibility that the 22 civil lawsuits would be settled,” Florio wrote Sunday. He added that with that opportunity, Houston’s “evidence for Watson went up.” Florio continued, “The increased demands caused the negotiations to crash.”

Colin Cowherd claims the foals are ‘split in the building’ by starting QB Carson Wentz – Stampede Blue
“I think they’s divided in the building about what to do with Carson Wentz,” Cowherd said. “I think Frank Reich wants him. He’s one of those quarterbacks. He’s splitting up a building. And even when he was vying for the MVP years ago, I do not remember him being so ruthless with football. “But it seems to be getting worse.” Now Colts general manager Chris Ballard is close to Cowherd as a media liaison, as he has previously appeared several times in ‘The Herd’. Whether this is learned information, or whether the longtime Fox Sports radio host is just wondering, is a bit unclear (for what it’s worth, I lean towards the latter given Cowherd’s comments on the Colts gathered on Monday).

NFL winners and losers: Chiefs look small in narrow victory over Giants – SB Nation
Loser: No matter what the hell Carson Wentz tried to do here. We all have a strange fart from time to time, but this was incredible. Wentz was not terrible on Sunday, but god was terrible when it meant the most. This interception undoubtedly cost the Indianapolis game.

Monday Football Monday # 60: Give Mike Tomlin his flowers, Mike White retires, Cowboys best team in the league? – SB Nation NFL Show
RJ Ochoa and Pete Sweeney read the NFL Week 8 Sunday action, including the Jets’ QB Mike White, who had a very impressive performance, the Steelers, who managed a win over the Browns, and discuss whether the Cowboys are the best team in the league.

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