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Steichen calls for offensive play again in 2022 – NBCSP
Galen Hurts spoke about how much he benefited from having the same offensive system and playing the caller for the second consecutive season in 2022. On Friday, we got clarification that those jobs fall to two different people. While we knew that Eagles offensive coordinator Shane Steichen was the man to call up plays at Hurts last year, and we knew Steichen had gained more call-to-play responsibilities as the year went on, coach Nick Siriani said as recently as in late December that they were calling out plays. “Together” in 2021. Turns out Steichen was really the offensive play caller in the second half of the season. And he will be the offensive play caller from now on. “I think last year we were new hires, and we were developing as a foul,” Steichen said at OTAs on Friday. “So as the season went on, I ended up capturing more play mid-season. Then again, Nick has a stamp on everything we do. So, in the conference rooms he has a stamp on everything we do, every play is on that contact sheet, he makes sure it’s justified, thriving, and we’re good to go. “So from now on, I’ll be calling plays next year, and we’ll go from there.”
Eagles Utah Training Notes: Jalen Hurts Cheerleading Signs – BGN
Now, it wasn’t a perfect day for a mischief. He was almost cast by Sly in a play in which Brown had to play a defensive role and he broke it. Looks like the timing may have been wrong there. Hurts also knocked out the brown open below the right sideline. Hurts’ most encouraging throw may not have been one of his deepest attempts. He has previously had some success in this field. By contrast, Hurts didn’t thrive when it came to throwing above midfield, especially in the short and middle areas. Hurts may have shown some progress in this regard by attaching a narrow cover window to Jack Stoll’s cross-hit with a step over center. Good things.
Eagles exercise notes Ota! (Day One) – BGN Radio
With Jimmy Kempski on vacation, Shamus Clancy joined forces with Brandon Lee Gowton to break down what they saw at Eagles OTA training on Friday. Guys talk about Jalen Hurts, some unseen names to introduce, and more. Brandon and Shamus also touch on Eagles front desk changes.
NFL Rising Eagles Player Comparisons: Kyron Johnson – PhillyVoice
In 2021, Johnson had 63 tackles (8.5 for a loss), 6.5 sacks, and 4 forced tackles. He also had 17 special teams dealing with the profession. He’s a hardworking player and likely to immediately contribute to special teams, and he can even get a chance here and there as a situational passing defender. The player he reminds me of is Dennis Jardec, a 6-foot-2, 232-pound petite passer-by with the Cardinals, who also plays the game with enthusiasm.
Nine teams are set to capture the cover space on June 2 – over the cover
Eagles- $5.3 million. Philadelphia ranked Fletcher Cox as a cut after June 1 at the start of their new league year, though they ended up re-signing him to a contract this year. Cox’s previous contract had $14.9 million on the salary cap but that should come down to about $9.6 million. Cox’s contract already contained an option bonus and there’s a chance it will stay which will reduce savings by $3.2 million, but don’t worry that it will simply be added to the Eagles’ 2023 salary cap. Cox will count more than $15 million in the 2023 salary cap.
Barnwell: The Giants had one of the best seasons in the NFL – Big Blue View
Overall, Schoen and Giants achieved a lot due to the limited resources available. Being able to come up with basic pieces on each side of the trenches while making progress toward long-term cover health is a step in the right direction.
Cowboys throw spaghetti on the wall in hopes of replacing Tyrone Smith’s sticks – Blogging The Boys
Tyler Smith played 24 career games with 13 left-handed starts in his two years at Tulsa before being drafted by Cowboys in Dallas In the first round (24 total) of 2022 NFL Draft. The 21-year-old offensive lineman, 6’6″, 332 pounds is likely the favorite now to eventually replace Tyron Smith. In the meantime, he will likely replace Conor Williams as a starter in the left guard. Depending on how he performs. As a newbie in LG, and how other youngsters deal with playing, he can either stay as a starter in LG or get a chance in the not-too-distant future to launch into LT.
Looking Ahead #91: Ten Things We Want To Happen In 2022 – SB Nation NFL Show
Rob “Stats” Guerrera and RJ Ochoa chose ten things they would like to ensure happen in the 2022 season. The Cowboys win Energy (3:41). Trey Lance sits on the bench for Jimmy Garoppolo (7:42). The Bills take the AFC Championship title (10:46). Deshaun Watson doesn’t play fast (14:20). Al Salama wins Defensive Player of the Year (19:06). The Professional Football Hall of Fame comes out its own way (23:05). Every primetime game is worth our time (26:35). Trevor Lawrence became the QB we all thought he was (29:15). Baker is cut off and goes to Pittsburgh (32:41).
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