4 things to know about new Eagles CB Kary Vincent Jr.

His LSU pedigree is among 4 things to know about new Philadelphia Eagles Kary Vincent Jr.

The Eagles added another cornerback to the roster, sending a 2022 sixth-round pick to the Denver Broncos for reserve cornerback Kary Vincent Jr.

Philadelphia still has a boatload of 2021 draft picks and another young cornerback to pair with Tay Gowan.

Here are four things to know about Vincent Jr.

Eagles acquire CB Kary Vincent Jr. from Broncos for a 2022 sixth-round pick

Philadelphia Eagles acquire more cornerback help, this time trade a 2022 sixth-round pick to the Denver Broncos for CB Kary Vincent Jr.

After taking it down to the final minutes for a deal involving Fletcher Cox, the Eagles acquired cornerback Kary Vincent Jr. from the Broncos for a sixth-round pick in 2022.

Vincent was drafted by Denver in the seventh round, 237th overall, of the 2021 NFL draft as a slot and nickel cornerback out of LSU.

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5 takeaways from the Eagles standing pat at the NFL trade deadline

The Philadelphia Eagles didn’t make any significant moves at the NFL trade deadline, here are five takeaways from the organization choosing to not be buyers or sellers

The NFL trade deadline came and went and despite the Eagles being mentioned as possible buyers and sellers, Howie Roseman stood pat with his team in the playoff hunt.

Philadelphia (3-5) faces the Chargers and Broncos over the next two weeks and will tread towards the easiest portion of their schedule with sights on the 7th seed in the NFC.

Here are five takeaways from Howie Roseman and the Eagles not making any moves.

Multiple teams interested in acquiring Eagles DT Fletcher Cox

NFL trade rumors: Multiple teams interest in acquiring Philadelphia Eagles DT Fletcher Cox

The Eagles are in the hunt for a wild card playoff birth, and even as the team starts preparation for a matchup with the Chargers, teams from around the league are inquiring about landing star defensive tackle Fletcher Cox in a deal.

Jay Glazer’s report follows an earlier report from ESPN’s Adam Schefter, who first reported that AFC organization had taken interest.

The Eagles restructured Cox’s contract this offseason, but a trade would leave a huge dead cap hit for Philadelphia, so the compensation would have to be outstanding.

Through 8 starts this season, Cox has 12 tackles, a sack, four quarterback hits, and a fumble recovery for a touchdown, while helping Javon Hargrave get out to a historic start as well.

Here are a few takeaways from the news.

NFL trade rumors: Andre Dillard to stay with Eagles barring major offer at deadline

Eagles expected to hold onto left tackle Andre Dillard barring a last-minute offer from a team needing depth

The NFL trade deadline is just three hours away and with the Eagles sitting at 3-5 on the season, they’re likely to proceed with the roster as it stands.

According to Mike Kaye of NJ Advanced Media, Philadelphia is expected to retain Dillard as the team’s backup left tackle, barring a late-minute offer.

The 2019 first-round pick, Dillard played well in relief of an injured Jordan Mailata and continued to shine while Mailata was at right tackle for Lane Johnson.

By not moving on from Dillard, the Eagles maintain their strong offensive line depth and can look towards potentially making a move during the offseason.

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Looking at 5 Eagles who should be untouchable at the NFL trade deadline and beyond

NFL trade deadline: 5 Philadelphia Eagles who should be deemed untouchable as Nov. 2 approaches

Even after trading Zach Ertz, the Eagles could still be sellers in the next six days.

Philadelphia GM Howie Roseman has a long history of making trade-deadline moves, acquiring Jay Ajayi, Golden Tate, and Genard Avery over the past four years.

We Philadelphia rebuilding and likely set to be sellers at the trade deadline and at season’s end, we’ve highlighted five players who should be deemed untouchable going forward.

Guys like Jason Kelce (possible retirement), Josh Sweat, and Darius Slay are worthy of making the list as well.

NFL trade deadline: 10 veterans the Eagles could consider moving for more assets

NFL trade deadline: 10 veterans the Philadelphia Eagles could consider moving for more assets

The 2-5 Eagles are likely another loss from becoming sellers at the trade deadline and even amid the uncertainty surrounding the coaching staff, there’s talent on the roster.

Philadelphia has tons of draft capital and the next best thing would be to acquire even more assets going forward.

Here are 10 Eagles’ veterans that Howie Roseman could consider moving on from.

Eagles LT Andre Dillard drawing strong interest as NFL trade deadline approaches

NFL trade deadline: Philadelphia Eagles left tackle Andre Dillard drawing strong interest as Nov. 2 looms

As the Eagles prepare for a road contest against the Raiders, backup tackle Andre Dillard is again drawing strong trade as teams around the league shuffle while dealing with injuries.

According to NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport, Dillard is among several big names around the league being discussed.

Eagles offensive tackle Andre Dillard: He was drafted to be the left tackle of the future, but it hasn’t quite worked out like that. Instead, that title has gone to seventh-round find Jordan Mailata. Dillard hasn’t been in the starting lineup, and recently, he has been taking reps at guard in practice. So, teams have been calling with trade interest. He did impress while playing left tackle against the Panthers, and that improved his stock. The Eagles won’t give him away, and there are scenarios where he’s a part of their future, anyway. But teams believe a quality second-day pick would be enough to pry Dillard away.

With Lane Johnson and Mailata in and out of the lineup at times, Howie Roseman could decide to stay the course with Dillard, possibly replacing his longtime right tackle in 2022 for salary cap purposes.

With the Eagles stocked with draft assets, several scenarios are in play.

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Deshaun Watson news: 3 takeaways from rumors that Eagles are among teams having discussions with Texans

Deshaun Watson news: 3 takeaways from the report that the Philadelphia Eagles are among teams that have had recent discussions with the Houston Texans

The Eagles have started preparations for a Week 7 matchup with the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday, but that hasn’t stopped the rumor mill surrounding Deshaun Watson from making its way to the NovaCare Complex.

On Wednesday, the Houston Chronicle reported that a deal for Watson could be coming this week.

The Texans asking prices has consistently included three first-round draft picks and assets, and Jeff Howe and Aaron Reiss of The Athletic are reporting that Philadelphia has been involved in recent discussions.

The Texans have had recent discussions with the Miami Dolphins, Carolina Panthers, and Philadelphia Eagles, according to sources. However, the seriousness of those discussions — ranging from a casual conversation to actual trade negotiations — hasn’t been disclosed.

Here are 3 takeaways from that report.

What’s next for the Eagles after trading Zach Ertz to the Cardinals?

What’s next for the Philadelphia Eagles after trading Zach Ertz to the Arizona Cardinals?

Whether it was a logjam at the tight end position or the continuation of an organizational rebuild, the Eagles traded three-time Pro Bowl tight end, Zach Ertz, to the Arizona Cardinals on Friday, signaling a changing of the guard.

Here’s what’s next for Philadelphia moving forward.