September 28, 2022

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The Eagles claim that the previous concessions in the fourth round will be the third midfield player

The Eagles claim that the previous concessions in the fourth round will be the third midfield player

Chauncey Gardner Johnson isn’t the only Saints member leaving the Big Easy to join the Philadelphia Eagles.

The Birds also adds Ian Book, a former New Orleans quarterback to their list. They placed a waiver claim (19 in order) on him after the Saints cut their pick for the 2021 fourth round on Tuesday.

The corresponding step to make a place for the book is currently unclear; Note that the Eagles cannot include an injured reserve player who is eligible to return this season. Watch this front.

While some may wonder if vultures really are need to To keep three quarterbacks in their 53-player roster, it should come as no surprise that the QB Factory added another lane to the squad. Apparently they wanted to keep Red Sennett behind Galen Hurts and Gardner Menshaw. That, until Sinnett really bombed in the pre-season games. Howie Roseman has historically liked to keep three quarterbacks.

The 24-year-old writer played college football at Notre Dame. He finished as the best quarterback in Fighting Ireland with a 30-5 starting record. The book completed 63.8% of his attempts for 7.8 yards per attempt, 72 touchdowns, and 20 interceptions.

The Saints were forced to use the book for a single start last season after suffering multiple midfield injuries. He completed 12 of his 20 attempts (60%) in that game for 135 yards (6.8 yards per attempt), zero touchdowns, two interceptions, and a 40.6-pass rating in a 20 to 3 loss to the Miami Dolphins.

The book doesn’t sound like the most interesting developmental option, but the birds clearly see some value in its potential. With Minshew set to be a free agent after this season, he could theoretically rise to a QB2 job next year. But Book has a lot to prove before anyone feels confident about taking meaningful shots.

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here it is the book Preliminary draft of an exploratory report on the book via NFL.com:

The best midfielder at Notre Dame brings with him a lot of leadership and the intangibles in general. He has a lot of experience playing in his background as well. However, his size and arm strength fall short of NFL standards and there’s nothing in his game that can really hang his hat on those issues. It makes receivers work too hard to catch and has been awful to throw out numbers in 2020. It’s effective for RPO calls. It also does a good job of feeling pocket pressure and sliding around or out of a pocket to run errands. He’s a capable runner and over-athlete but doesn’t have the necessary playing attributes to make a splash in the NFL.

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In other news by concession, the Eagles lost Jack Anderson to the New York Giants and Josh Blackwell to the Chicago Bears.

There are many reasons why Anderson to NYG makes sense. The former Bills CEO was in Buffalo when Anderson was drafted there last year. Brandon Brown, the former Eagles CEO who oversaw the moves of Philly’s professional staff, likely played a role in Byrds signing Anderson away from the Buffalo coaching team. Oh, and his Attack on Titan streak isn’t that great and he could definitely use more help. Good capture for them, unfortunately. I was one of the many writers who did Anderson on the Eagles’ 53-player roster, but ended up keeping Josh Sales instead. They apparently appreciated the Sills’ intervention/guard versatility more than Anderson’s Center/Guard ammo.

As for Blackwell, that’s interesting. He didn’t even make him form the Eagles Training Squad. He was just ceded (and not picked) by the Birds last week as they reduced their number to 80 players. The Eagles only brought him back on a temporary basis to eat snaps in the pre-season finale. But, that’s fine for Blackwell.