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Eagles Mailbag: Add tight end Howie Roseman for stretch run? – PhillyVoice
I think players like Ndamukong Suh, Linval Joseph, and Robert Quinn would easily fit into your scheme. The same can be said for running backs as long as you don’t ask them to do too much in pass protection. The Eagles appear to be interested in trading back at the deadline. I think it’s harder to add players to other positions in the middle of the season, and for me it ends up being a tight fit in that category. Ebron is an interesting name for the reasons you mentioned, but he finished the season on injured reserve a year ago. Is he healthy? I wouldn’t know. If you can retire him (assuming he stays in reasonable football shape) there’s one guy who could really make an impact, it’s Rob Gronkowski. He’s a jerk off the field, but there’s no doubt he’s a smart, intelligent player. At least he’d be a good blocker and he’d give you a third-and-red zone reception. I think it would be a pretty cool luxury pickup for the stretch.

Eagles injury report: AJ Brown misses practice, DeVonta Smith limited – BGN
One player DID NOT PARTICIPATE in practice: AJ Brown. Brown left the field due to illness. One can only imagine that he will be good to play on Sunday night. Two players have been placed on the LIMITED PARTICIPATION list due to lack of rest. Those players were DeVonta Smith and Josh Jobe. Smith is a new addition after not being listed in Wednesday’s report. Smith was listed in two days of practice last week before practicing fully on Friday and playing on Sunday. One would think he would play against Green Bay.

Eagles-Colts Reaction + Eagles-Packers Preview – BGN Radio
Brandon Lee Goughton and Jimmy Kempski discuss the preview for the team’s Week 12 game against the Green Bay Packers following the Eagles’ Week 11 win over the Indianapolis Colts. The Cubs also make NFL picks against the spread of the NFC East and the New Orleans Saints. Engage with us on Twitter: @BrandonGowton, @JimmyKempski, @BGN_Radio, @BleedingGreen.

Thanksgiving – Iggles Blitz
Jalen Hurts – The Falcons and Steelers traded a 2020 second-round pick close to the Eagles. Fortunately, both teams beat Herts. Atlanta received DL Marlon Davidson, who had just one start to his career. Steelers get Chase Claypool. He flashed great talent but didn’t fit in and was traded to the Bears. Both teams want to finish off each other and get Hurts. The Eagles took a lot of criticism for drafting Hurts. It’s fair to question the wisdom of this move given the circumstances at the time, but boy did it work as a long-term move. The Eagles have found their QB and don’t need to spend a ton of resources to get it done.

NFL Week 12 picks, schedule, odds, injuries, stats, fantasy tips – ESPN
Bold prediction: Jalen Hurts will only hurt the Packers with his arms, not his legs. Green Bay has had more than a full week to prepare for the dual-threat starter, who is just the third quarterback since the 1970 combine to throw for 30 touchdowns and 20 interceptions in 30 starts. Even though their defense has been bad this season, the Packers are preventing Hurts from scoring on the ground.

QB prospects for all 32 NFL teams: Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady and other unlikely scenarios – The Athletic
Jalen Hurts will be eligible for an extension in the offseason. He remains under contract for $1.3 million through 2023, with no fifth-year option for 2024 because he was not a first-round pick. The Eagles could use the franchise tag on Hurts after next season if they want to buy time. They could also do an extension, but after regretting their deal with Carson Wentz, are they in a rush to make a deal? [BLG Note: I actually think how the Wentz deal went will not scare the Eagles off since they were able to effectively move off of that.]

Each NFL team’s highest-rated rookie before Week 12 is PFF
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES. Highest-rated rookie: DI Jordan Davis (78.4). Davis played just seven games due to injury, but showed his dominance as a solid defender. His PFF stat sheet includes seven run stops and four tackles for losses en route to a 77.7 run defense rating — ninth best among all inside linebackers.

NFL Week 12 preview: Top games, key questions, predictions – SI
Orr: Packers upset Eagles on Sunday Night Football. Even if they don’t necessarily save their season, I think where Green Bay is and where Philadelphia is presents unique opportunities for Aaron Rodgers and Matt LaFleur. They’ve been pushing for a ball-control game all season, and after seeing the Commanders and Colts match up to the Eagles’ physicality, it’s safe to assume that the Packers’ talented running back platoon has a chance.

The class is held at Jeff Stoutland University – PE.com
On Sunday Night Football, fans will be smiling even before the broadcast begins as they come from home to cheer on their favorite Eagles. As the starting lineups are announced and Jordan Mailata’s face flashes on the screen, he proudly says “Jeff Stoutland University” instead of a college. Mailata was not allowed in the NFL. The 6-foot-8, 365-pound natural athlete previously played Australian rugby, competing professionally for the South Sydney Rabbitohs, who received a league warning. The Eagles drafted Mailata in the seventh round of the 2018 NFL International Pathway Player Program — before he had ever played football. Offensive line coach and running game coordinator Jeff Stoutland first met Mailata in 2018 at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla., with the intent of instilling football knowledge in the young player. He has since coached him to the starting left tackle position on an Eagles offensive line considered the best in the league. “At first he seems a bit intense, but once you really get to know who he is, his attitude and how he treats players, it doesn’t matter what round you’re called, if you’re not called, he’ll coach you. he is the same as the beginners,” Mailata said.

Packers injury report: TE Robert Tonyan misses practice due to illness – Acme Packing Company
Green Bay Packers head coach Matt LaFleur said on Thursday that the flu is what’s been going around the Packers locker room this week. On Wednesday, safety Tariq Carpenter, receiver Randall Cobb, kicker Mason Crosby, safety Rudy Ford and Rasheed Walker were all listed as limited or unavailable in practice with illnesses. Today, tight end Robert Tonyan joined the group after being a full participant in Wednesday’s practice.

Odell Beckham Jr. will visit the Cowboys on Dec. 5, according to Blogging The Boys
The Thanksgiving Day game between the Dallas Cowboys and the New York Giants has been dubbed the Beckham Bowl in some circles. Both franchises are interested in signing free agent Odell Beckham Jr., while Beckham is trying to decide where he will play. He wants to go to the suitor and the winner of this game will be able to convince him to sign. Advantage, Cowboys. Dallas Beckham’s former team beat the Giants 28-20 and will now reportedly host the free agent wide receiver on Dec. 5.

Giants-Cowboys ‘things on my mind’: Giants lose their winning ways – Big Blue View
This formula involves winning the turnover battle they do. It also includes winning on third (and fourth down) and the red zone, playing error-free football and taking advantage of opportunities. They couldn’t do that against the Cowboys. As a result, the Giants lost one game. We’ve talked a lot recently about how narrow the Giants’ margin for error is, especially with injuries piling up. Thursday was an example of how the Giants, as gritty, determined and resourceful as they are, can have trouble hanging with good teams when they miss opportunities and can’t stick to their script. The Giants missed opportunities throughout this game. On Jaime Gillan’s first play of the game, Nick McCloud missed a punt at the Dallas 1-yard line, throwing the ball into the end zone. It started a day full of “almosts” for the Giants. Dallas turned the ball over on its own 40-yard line on its first possession of the game, which was reversed by head coach Mike McCarthy. The Giants were only able to turn it into a 57-yard Graham Gano field goal, though Daniel Jones’ 24-yard pass to Isaiah Hodgins was negated by a questionable illegal downfield penalty on right tackle Tyr Phillips.

Washington Commanders and Atlanta Falcons Thursday Injury Report – Hogs Haven
DE Chase Young – He dealt with a major knee strain in his first full practice since being activated from the Reserve/PUP list … QB Carson Wentz – Wentz is set to return to practice today after missing the last 5 games with a broken finger. .

Our expert NFL picks for Week 12 of 2022 – SB Nation
[BLG Note: 11 out of 12 writers are taking the Eagles to beat the Packers. You’ll never guess which one is taking Green Bay instead.]

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