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Jalen Hurts Tops NFLPA’s Year-End Top 50 Player Sales List – NFLPA

After closing out the 2022 NFL season at the #5 spot, Jalen Hurts has claimed the retail crown atop the Top 50 Player Sales List for the first time. Following Hurts are Jason Kelce, Patrick Mahomes II, Travis Kelce, Christian McCaffrey, Aaron Rodgers, Joe Burrow, Brock Purdy, Micah Parsons, and Justin Jefferson rounding out the top 10. The list ranks the top retail performers in the league based on sales of officially licensed NFL player products from March 1, 2023 to February 29, 2024. It provides the most up-to-date and comprehensive sales figures available. The Top 50 Player Sales List is a key indicator of the most marketable and influential players, impacting their endorsements and overall earning potential.

20 winners from the Eagles’ spring practices – BGNCB

ISAIAH RODGERS. Entering OTAs, it wasn’t easy to know what to expect from Rodgers. He missed the entire 2023 NFL season due to suspension. Signs of rust would’ve been pretty understandable. But that wasn’t the case. Instead, Rodgers’ fresh legs showed up in a big way as he often made plays, including a pick-six on Jalen Hurts. That highlight rep speaks to the way Rodgers looked really instinctive and explosive breaking on the ball. Rodgers moves really well and he was regularly sticky in coverage. Rodgers took a good deal of first-team cornerback reps across from Darius Slay. He also took punt and kick return reps. At the very least, he’s in a strong position to make the roster. There’s a real chance he’s a Week 1 starter.

8 Eagles notes: Nick Sirianni’s role, Jalen Carter being primed for stardom and more – PhillyVoice

Another season that ends in a Wild Card round flameout probably spells the end for Sirianni in Philly. That’s not a sourced report. That’s just how the Eagles operate business. Sirianni’s antics are beloved when the team is doing well, but his rah-rah mentality comes under the fire when things fall apart, as they did during the 2023 stretch run. Sirianni will need to hope that Moore’s system is an efficient machine and the locker room resembles its 2022 energy if he wants to be here for the long haul. He may have little to do with the former, but he has everything to do with the latter.

Good Times – Iggles Blitz

One of the reasons the Eagles melted down last year is that the defense couldn’t get stops or make plays. Howie Roseman added CJ Gardner-Johnson, who was a takeaway machine in the Birds run to the Super Bowl in 2022. They drafted Quinyon Mitchell and Cooper DeJean, a pair of playmaking DBs who also offer versatility. The Eagles signed Devin White, a LB with playmaking ability. He had 2 INTs last year. He’s got 23 sacks, 40 TFLs, 6 FF and 9 FR in his career. They drafted a playmaking LB in Jeremiah Trotter Jr. The initial reports on him are pretty good and that’s encouraging. Last year’s meltdown was so bad that it forced definitive changes from the front office and coaching staff. Remember when the 2020 season went sideways and Doug Pederson was hesitant to offer real solutions? Nick Sirianni wasn’t about to stick with the status quo. He’s far too competitive for that. I’m sure he also got a lot of pressure from above. To Nick’s credit, he embraced change rather than trying to protect his coaching staff. Winning isn’t easy. Sirianni and the Eagles know they have a good thing going, but it needed adjustments. They made a lot of smart changes and now feel like a team that will compete for another Super Bowl. Good times, indeed.

What was Nick Sirianni’s message to end the spring? – PE.com

How was Jalen Hurts’ spring? “I think he’s done a really nice job adapting to some of the different things that we’re doing,” Sirianni said. “Some of the different – there’s different concepts. There’s similar concepts, but in those similar concepts sometimes we’re asking him to read it differently than we have in the past. There’s similar things with the way the routes are being run, and there’s some differences of how we’ve run it in the past, as well, that goes with how the play is supposed to be designed. I think he’s done a very nice job handling things that are similar but as his job has changed a little bit and done a really nice job of really grinding away to be a master at the offense and all the things that come with it.” For Hurts, after reflecting and gaining “a new perspective” …

Darius Slay said the Eagles aren’t bringing back kelly green this year. Don’t worry. He’s wrong. – Inquirer

“Hell nah they ain’t,” Slay said. On X, Slay clarified a bit, saying he wasn’t sure. … Rest easy, Birds fans. The Eagles confirmed to The Inquirer that the Birds will wear their kelly green jerseys again in 2024. The number of times and specific dates when the team will wear kelly green are still undetermined, but the jerseys themselves are not going anywhere this season.

South Philly deli teams up with Eagles’ “Big Dom” for good cause – CBS Philly

Cosmi’s Deli in South Philadelphia has started to sell two sandwiches named after Dom DiSandro, the chief security officer of the Eagles, to benefit the Eagles Autism Foundation.

The Real Reason Darius Slay Did Not Become a Raven – Baltimore Ravens

The six-time Pro Bowler recently revealed on the “Pulp Fiction” podcast that it was Dom DiSandro, the Eagles’ head of security, who was responsible for him not coming to Baltimore. “Dom is the reason I came back to Philly,” Slay said. “I almost was for sure a Baltimore Raven. I really committed to the Ravens and was gonna go. Then Dom called me and said, ‘Slay, I want you here.’ And I’m like, ‘You know what, Dom? You calling me, I’m coming back.’” “Big Dom,” a cult hero in Philly, made national headlines last season for engaging in a sideline altercation with San Francisco 49ers linebacker Dre Greenlaw that resulted in both being ejected.

Jets DE Haason Reddick, QB Aaron Rodgers not at minicamp – ESPN

Reddick, 29, acquired in a March 29 trade with the Philadelphia Eagles, is due to make a non-guaranteed $14.25 million in base pay in the final year of the contract he signed with the Eagles in 2022. His no-show caps an offseason in which he skipped all voluntary workouts. Because the minicamp is mandatory, Reddick is subject to a $16,953 fine for missing the first day and $33,908 for the second day. He already has forfeited a $250,000 workout bonus.

Browns to reportedly work out former UFL offensive lineman – Dawgs By Nature

Berry is back at it as Cleveland is reportedly bringing in offensive tackle Chim Okorafor for a workout. Originally signed as an undrafted free agent by the Philadelphia Eagles in 2023, the 6-foot-6 and 315-pound Okorafor was most recently with the Michigan Panthers of the UFL. Okorafor started his collegiate career as a basketball player at Cal Poly Pomona before transferring to Riverside Community College after two seasons. From there, he moved to Missouri Southern State for one season, then to Pittsburg State for a season before finally landing at Benedictine College in Kansas.

Rico Dowdle or Ezekiel Elliott: Who leads the Cowboys in rushing yards? – Blogging The Boys

One of the primary reasons Elliott is back with the team is because the Cowboys took a step back in pass protection from the running backs last season. The Cowboys could have two rookie starters on the offensive line, so Elliott’s experience keeping a clean pocket for Dak Prescott is important. This likely will lead to Elliott getting carries if and when Prescott checks out of passes to running plays on what appears to be passing downs. When comparing Elliott and Dowdle, the latter is the more explosive runner and can create more explosive plays. Per playerprofiler.com, Dowdle was ninth in yards per touch created in the…

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