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  1. Broletariat

    Pre-Season roster rules

    Can we get a list of criteria that will be used to determine when a team is playing what the league office considers a "starter" or not?
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    [2022] Injured Reserve

    The Eagles place: OG Zach Carpenter 6-4 277 R Portland State [Pass Blocking] [0] 76 on IR, he suffered a Severe ACL Rupture in rookie minicamp and is out for the season.
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    [2022] 1st Round Rookie Salary Negotiations

    FS Cameron Bowden 5-10 216 R Arizona [Man Coverage] [+2/C] 81 4 years // 16.0 million // 50.00% Guaranteed G//4.0//2.0//2.0//0.0//Total:8.0 $//0.0//2.0//2.0//4.0//Total:8.0 Total//4.0//4.0//4.0//4.0//Total:16.0
  4. Eagles are still looking for two preseason games: one home and one away. AFC preferred, please and thank you!

  5. Broletariat

    2022 Pre-season sign up

    NFC Champion Philadelphia Eagles vs Cincinnati vs TBD @ Tennessee @ TBD
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    [2022] Head Coaching Contracts

    HC DStack11 3 years // 12 million total $4 million per year
  7. Philadelphia, PA -- Eagles staff Broletariat and DStack11 would like to formally introduce the class of 2022. Round 1 - Pick 31: Cameron Bowden, FS, Arizona With their first selection, the Eagles took the highest rated safety in this season's class in Bowden, who fell from pre-draft estimates as high as #15 (to LA) all the way to #31. A standout defender for the Wildcats, Bowden finished the 2021 campaign with a PAC-12 leading six passes defended as well as two interceptions and 23 tackles, showing his versatility and range playing in center field while also acting as a leader on the field in the Arizona defense. GM Broletariat had this to say about his new defensive addition "Frankly we were stunned that Cam was available at our pick. By our estimation, he's a top-20 player in this class and for us to have a chance to get him where we were at is simply outstanding. I think our league devalues these guys playing safety because they don't light up the box score but in our opinion the Super Bowl would have been a different game if we had a player like him on our defense." Coach Stack was also impressed, adding "He's talented and very athletic. We're looking forward to seeing him contribute early in the season and play center field in a division that seems to be increasingly embrace the passing game." Outlook: As the future remains uncertain regarding the streaky Kevin Hartley, Bowden looks to fill in immediately as week 1 starter for the Eagles. Round 2 - Pick 31: Sebastian Babb, TE, Nebraska In the second round, Philly finally addressed the tight end position in a meaningful way as they selected Nebraska Cornhusker, Sebastian Babb. Babb is a lanky target at 6'6 206 and despite being seen by many as a one-dimensional player, GM Broletariat assures that the Eagles coaching staff will work on developing him as a player, not just a pass-catcher. An athletic freak, at 6-6 Babb led tight ends in broad jump, bench press, and shuttle at the combine, as well as game tape and readiness grades at his Pro Day. Regarding Babb, Broletariat added "We had Sebastian #2 at the position on our board, behind Fergueson. He's going to be tough to cover in the red zone, and our hope is that he can take the pressure off of our other guys in that area by proving a huge catch radius and phenomenal athletic ability at the position. There's some work to do on the blocking side, but we think he's got the tenacity to get there." Coach Stack: "I think he has the potential to be the best pass-catching TE in this draft. At 6-6 with his insane combine numbers, he's going to be another headache for defensive coordinators on this offense. He wasn't asked to block much in college, so that's something we'll be looking at closely through camp." Outlook: The Eagles return the notably unhappy Damani Spillman, a 2017 7th round selection from Ball State, as the veteran Scott Brown hung up his cleats this offseason. Look for Babb to compete for a starting position pending his ability to participate at the line of scrimmage in the run game. Round 3 - Pick 31: Logan Holmes, CB, Illinois It's tough to find a quality cornerback with real upside after the first 50-60 picks, but the Eagles front office think they snagged one here at pick 95. Holmes put up a stellar 2021 season with six interceptions and three passes defended for an underrated Illini defense. Holmes ran the 4th fasted 40-yard time at the combine, coming in at 4.37 but underwhelmed in vertical jump and agility drills. However, with nine interceptions in his last two seasons at Illinois, Holmes has an undeniable affinity for the football and that will fit right in with the likes of DeAndre Hawkins and Travarius Jackson, both ball-hawks in their own right. Broletariat addedd "We weren't expecting to find a cornerback of this quality near into the 4th round. He's a tough, athletic ball-hawk who fits right into our secondary." From HC DStack, "We've got a lot of veteran leadership at corner. We drafted Travaris last season who has surpassed my expectations and we're hoping Logan can do the same. We'll have to work with him a bit on man coverage, but he's understands the game and what offenses are trying to do when they line up. He will get lots of reps in the slot during camp and preseason." Outlook: With veteran Joshua Sloan considering retirement and Tim Kassell on the wrong side of his 20's coming off of a nasty achilles injury in 2021, Holmes could realistically challenge for a spot at slot corner in 2022. Round 4 - Pick 31: Justin Evans, WR, Toledo At just 5'11, 168 pounds, Justin Evans is not of prototypical NFLHC size. But despite this, and concerns about his locker room presence, Evans has shown that he can consistently perform in an increasingly competitive MAC, and withstand the punishment that a full CFBHC season brings. He led the Rockets in every major receiving category in 2020 and 2021 while improving his numbers year-over-year before declaring for the draft following his stellar RS Jr campaign. GM Broletariat: "I think we need to get a little faster at wideout, and Justin gets us there with gamebreaking speed and big-play potential. We don't have any character concerns after the conversation I had with him during the draft. He knows that he has to come in here and compete. This isn't Toledo." HC Stack: "This guy just tore up the MAC and was productive against some of the better competition in the FBS. He's in a great position to learn from Hawkins and former Pro Bowl return man Christopher Johnson. We're going to get a good look at this kid in the slot and returning kicks this preseason." Following the injury to All-Pro return man Christopher Johnson (who is now considering retirement), Evans may be able to challenge for his coveted slot receiver role, but more likely will battle third year disappointment Roy Davis for the #4 WR spot and reps on special teams in 2022. Round 5 - Pick 31: Zach Carpenter, OG, Portland State Despite the stagnation and struggles of community college draftee and starting center Joseph Colbert, the Eagles went back to the deep water in search of internior linemen when the took Portland State OG Zach Carpenter. Two inches shorter at the same weight as Pro Bowler Jack Green, Carpenter has the size to play at the NFL level. The question is whether or not has he faced competition able to prepare him for it? HC Stack: "Let's hope he can push some big dudes around." Carpenter will certainly play a reserve role as clearly the 4th-best guard on the roster beind Green, Fontenot, and Mike Rachal. Round 6 - Pick 31: Marquise Simpkins, QB, Maryland A bit of a head-scratcher of a pick considering the Eagles drafted Air Force QB Nico Kaufman in the 6th round of the 2021 draft and just re-signed backup Alex Bridgewater to a two-year extension in the offseason. Simpkins threw for just 14 touchdowns against 9 interceptions and 6 fumbles in 2021 as his team finished a disappointing 6-6 after a catastrophic 7-game losing streak to end the season. GM Broletariat: "We're fortunate to be in a position as a team where we can take shots on later picks. Marquise can be and absolutely killer playmaker, but he needs to protect the ball better and learn how to be comfortable in the pocket. We are excited for him to work with Allan, Alex, and Nico in our QB room." HC Stack: "Another very gifted athlete who's dangerous with the ball in his hands. We know what we have in AT and Bridgewater so we're going to be seeing a lot of this kid in the preseason. I know our staff is excited to work with him and see what he's got." Simpkins will see plenty of action in the preseason and will compete with Kaufman for the third QB spot, with the other likely being relegated to the practice squad for the 2022 campaign. Round 7 - Pick 31: Malachi McKnight, DE, Bowling Green Looking for depth at DE behind a stellar trio of Ryan Frey, Uysses Smith, and 4th year Lawrence Marshall, the Eagles take a player with really impressive production (13.5 sacks in 2021) to come in and compete. HC Stack: "Let's hope he can push some big dudes around." McKnight is a bubble player who will get a shot in preseason but could very well end up on the practice squad.
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    [2022] Draft interface passwords

    Eagles please
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    [2022] Progressions FA

    Rest easy, Giant Slayer.
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    DC Steve Spagnuolo 

    Signed.
  11. Broletariat

    DC Steve Spagnuolo 

    $2,000,000 per year 2 years
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    [2022] Re-signings

    are up!
  13. Broletariat

    Super Bowl VIII

    Dang, that hurts. I was very wrong about the Hawkins/Tripplett matchup and the Raiders did a great job snuffing out our passing attack. Still, love this team and can't wait to see where our young core can bring this franchise. GG @alienufo, congrats on the hard-earned win and really marvelous season. Now, it's draft time.
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    A note.

    This man Michigans. Good luck!
  15. Nice job! I think I'd be pleasantly surprised to see Cunningham available at 32 (which is where we will pick, your coin is wrong) given CB drafting patterns in the league recently. A lot of our needs will come down to what a few of our vets do in the offseason, specifically Art Haley and Joshua Sloan.
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