Brian Rolle

With Roster Moves, Eagles Eye Special Teams Improvement
After the Eagles beat the Giants 19-17, one weakness had been highlighted so glaringly that the Eagles didn't wait too long to take action.  Philadelphia released linebacker Brian Rolle today and signed linebacker Adrian Moten in a likely attempt to improve special teams coverage...
Eagles Notes: Roster Starting to Take Shape
So the Eagles made a few changes today.
Some we expected others took Eagles fans by surprise.
Many of us figured that King Dunlap would be named the started at left tackle to replace the injured Jason Peters.  While it’s a good sign that Dunlap, a 2008 seventh-round pick, has developed into a capable …
Rolle, Chaney Battle to Start, Celek MCL Sprain
Last year, Jamar Chaney and Brian Rolle were perhaps the steadiest presence in the Eagles linebacker unit. This year, the two are battling for the starting job on the weak side.
“It’s not really a surprise, we know that every year they’re going to bring in compet…
Ryans Character Rubbing Off On Young Linebackers
Ask an Eagles coach about DeMeco Ryans and one word will keep popping up: professional.  When the Eagles traded for the two-time Pro Bowler in March, they got more than a quality player from the Texans, they picked up a leader.
At 27 years old, Ryans is the elder statesman among his linebacker p…
Eagles Camp Countdown: #2 – Linebackers
The Eagles aggressively addressed the linebacker position in the offseason, trading a fourth-round pick to acquire two-time Pro Bowl middle linebacker DeMeco Ryans from the Texans in March.
Ryans might singlehandedly take the Eagles linebackers from well below average to being a more than capable uni…
Eagles 26, Dolphins 10: Game Balls
It took about fourth months, but the Eagles finally put together a complete game on the defensive side of the ball, did enough on offense, and played with energy from start to finish. Here are the three players who get the most credit from me for the win over Miami: