The Philadelphia Eagles are out to their first 4-1 start since 2014 after hammering the Arizona Cardinals 34-7 on Sunday.
The Eagles dominated every aspect of the game. The offense put up 21 points in the first quarter. The Defense limited the Cardinals to just 31 yards rushing on 14 attempts. Special Teams contributed with a 76-yard punt return as well as a blocked field goal.
The Eagles made a pair of singings today, agreeing to terms with wide receiver Seyi Ajirotutu, formerly of the Chargers, on a one-year contract and slot corner E.J. Biggers, formerly of the Redskins, on a one-year deal.
Although he has just 24 career catches, Ajirotutu (6-3, 215) is one of the league's best special team players, being named the Chargers special teams players of the year in 2014 an
The Eagles are expected to sign free agent running back Ryan Mathews, formerly of the Chargers, according to Mike Garafolo of Fox Sports.
Much like their earlier signing of Walter Thurmond III, Mathews is a very talented player with a long history of injuries cutting his seasons short...
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Following their Week Two loss to the San Diego Chargers, the Philadelphia Eagles did get some good news following the disappointing loss that they hadn't suffered any significant injuries. Making matters even more uplifting, the Eagles had every single player back on the practice field Wednesday...