Marcus Smith

Eagles Have a Few Tough Decisions to Make
The Eagles currently has 75 players on their roster, and by Saturday afternoon that number must be trimmed down to 53. Head coach Doug Pederson said there two areas that he is looking forward to seeing play tonight, but that everyone playing in tonight's game is playing not only to make this roster, but to possibly make another teams roster...
Grayson's Grades vs Steelers
The Philadelphia Eagles improved to 2-0 this preseason thanks to another outstanding effort by the Philly defense. The Eagles pitched a shutout and have now forced nine turnovers so far this preseason.
The Five Eagles to Watch in Pittsburgh
( - The Eagles take to the road for the first time this preseason for a Keystone State Battle against a Pittsburgh Steelers team that will be sitting most of its superstars. So this is about work, not winning and losing, and it will be a key test for a number of Eagles players looking to impress the coaching staff as the slow march to the final 53 continues...
Can Smith Contribute?
Marcus Smith was a first round pick in 2014, the Eagles were hoping the 26th overall pick and 2014 American Athletic Conference defensive player of the year would turn into a pass rushing specialist.
Smith Set for His Last Chance
PHILADELPHIA ( - Marcus Smith has already been labeled by most who follow the Philadelphia Eagles and the stamp put on the former first-round pick is bust. The University of Louisville product, though, is excited to be getting a new start with a different regime which hasn't been polluted by previous perceptions...
Pederson Outlines Roster Plans
( — Eagles head coach Doug Pederson started to lock down some of his personnel plans at the NFL's annual spring meeting in Boca Raton, Fla. on Wednesday. Moat notably the first-year mentor confirmed that both Connor Barwin and Marcus Smith are earmarked for defensive end moving forward, while receiver Jordan Matthews will get an opportunity to play outside the numbers after being used
Grayson's Grades vs Giants
EAST RUTHERFORD, NEW JERSEY - The Philadelphia Eagles began the season picked by many of the experts to get to the Super Bowl. The team did not come close to delivering that to its fans and closed out an otherwise disappointing season with a 35-30 win over the New York Giants.
Chip Kelly: ‘We’ve Got to Finish Out the Season the Right Way’
The Eagles game Sunday in New York has nothing on the line for the 2015 season. It does however have some impact on the 2016 season, with the loser of the game ending the season in third place in the NFC East with a 6-10 record, which would send them to play in London next season in week seven to play the Rams...
Eagles Bye Week Breakdown: The Linebackers
PHILADELPHIA ( - Linebacker, especially inside linebacker, was supposed to be the strength of the Eagles' defense in 2015, and the group has certainly held its own, although not with the people you may have thought. Injuries to Kiko Alonso and Mychal Kendricks have robbed Bill Davis of his the two most talented options at the position but veteran DeMeco Ryans and rookie Jordan Hicks ha
Eagles Healthier Heading to Sunday, Roddy Piles On
PHILADELPHIA - The Eagles will be the far healthier team heading into Sunday's important division encounter against the Dallas Cowboys. Special teams stalwart Seyi Ajirotutu was ruled out as he continues to deal with the concussion he suffered during the Week 1 game in Atlanta...

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