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Players don’t always move on from their former
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Players don’t always move on from their former


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teams on the best terms." NFL Revenge WeekWhich new Eagles roster additions will be looking for revenge against their former teams this season?New Jerome Brown Jersey ,4commentsPlayers don’t always move on from their former teams on the best terms.EDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Which new Eagles roster additions will be looking for revenge against their former teams this season?TwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailPhoto by Harry How/Getty ImagesNot every roster move made during free agency is considered “business as usual” and when a team refuses to re-sign a player or trade them, things can get personal. And, when that happens, those players are often excited about the potential for revenge on their former squads, and make them regret letting them go.This could be the case for several of the Eagles roster additions in 2019, who are set to face their former teams during the regular season. (For more Revenge Week content, check out SB Nation’s NFL page.)Zach Brown — Washington, Weeks 1 and 14It’s not all that often that there’s intra-division players signings, but that’s exactly what happened this offseason when the Eagles signed linebacker Zach Brown following his two-year stint in Washington.Brown spent the first four years of his career with the Titans, before one season in Buffalo and then his time with the NFC East team. He lined up at middle linebacker for Washington, and made 223 total tackles and 3.5 sacks in those two seasons with the team. He also went 0-4 against the Eagles in 2017 and 2018.He’s got to be looking forward to being on the Philadelphia sideline for the next two go-arounds, and even though it might not be a personal revenge game for Brown, it’s still a division matchup, and that comes with all sorts of extra emotion. Malik Jackson — Le’Veon Bell (Jets), Week 5Jackson was signed after a few years in Jacksonville , but the Eagles play the Jaguars in Week 2 of the preseason which doesn’t lend too well for any kind of revenge tour.Where he might be really amped up to make a statement will be in Week 5 when the Eagles play the Jets. (They play the Jets in Week 4 of the preseason, but no starter will likely line up during that matchup, so it doesn’t really count.)Early in the offseason, running back Le’Veon Bell posted a pretty unflattering clip of film to Instagram of a play involving Malik Jackson from a Jets-Steelers game in 2017. Jackson was not happy about it, and the two went back and forth for a bit about it, even though Bell later said he wasn’t trying to throw shade.Now, I love social media level petty as much as the next fan, but you can imagine that Jackson has had Week 5 circled on his calendar, when he can show Bell that he deserves more respect than the running back was showing.Andrew Sendejo — Vikings, Week 6Sure, it’s not a guarantee that Sendejo will even still be on the roster once the regular season starts, but let’s just assume for a minute that he is. The Week 6 matchup against the Vikings is bound to be the highlight of his year.Things did not end well between the safety and his former Minnesota team after eight seasons. Sendejo started his career as a special teamer and gradually earned more snaps at safety over the years, becoming a starter in 2015. Total, he made 356 total tackles, 17 passes defended Womens Jason Peters Jersey , six interceptions and a forced fumble in his time with the Vikings.Sendejo spent a lot of the 2018 season with a lingering groin injury that he suffered in Week 5 against the Eagles (ironically), and was eventually placed on IR in late-November. SB Nation’s Viking site, The Daily Norseman, took a poll after Sendejo was placed on IR and it seemed overwhelming like the writing was on the wall for the safety in Minnesota.And that’s exactly what happened come free agency, with the Vikings deciding not to pick up Sendejo’s option for 2019. I heard from sources in Minnesota that Sendejo was particularly bitter about not being re-signed, and his introductory teleconference with the Eagles media was succinct (at best).For a guy who proudly wears and displays a “Make Football Violent Again” hat in his locker, I would think he’s looking to make a mark on the Vikings should he meet them as a player for Philadelphia this season.Jordan Howard — Bears, Week 9This wasn’t quite the same parting of ways that Sendejo had with the Vikings, in fact Howard seemed totally understanding of the fact that this was a business decision and was happy for the opportunity to be traded to the Eagles. Howard had a bit of a reduced role over his three year career in Chicago, but part of that was due to different coaches and schemes, and he still finished each season with over 1,000 yards of total offense, so it’s not like he was persona non grata, even in 2018.Plus, if the Eagles vs. Bears is going to be a revenge game for anyone Brian Dawkins Jersey , you’d have to imagine it’d be Chicago looking for some redemption from the “Double Doink” that ended their playoff run....Which revenge matchup are you most looking forward to in 2019? Closer look at Philadelphia’s roster." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteBleeding Green Nationa Philadelphia Eagles communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsEaglesOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Eagles StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Eagles NewsYahoo Eagles Team PageYahoo Eagles ReportYahoo Eagles Depth ChartYahoo Eagles TransactionsYahoo Eagles PhotosOdds About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Eagles depth chart following the 2019 NFL Draft: Defense editionNew,47commentsCloser look at Philadelphia’s roster.EDTShareTweetShareShareEagles depth chart following the 2019 NFL Draft: Defense editionGeoff Burke-USA TODAY SportsThe Philadelphia Eagles acquired a total of five new players from the 2019 NFL Draft. The team also signed 10 undrafted rookie free agents. Now let’s take a look at what the team’s 2019 projected depth chart looks like with respect to these draft additions. We reviewed the offense on Monday. Now we’ll examine the defense and tomorrow will be special teams day. Then I’ll make a 53-man roster prediction on Thursday. (For more fun, look at how the roster looks compared to last year at this time.)DEFENSIVE END1 - Brandon Graham2 - Derek Barnett3 - Vinny Curry4 - Chris Long*5 - Josh Sweat6 - Daeshon Hall7 - Shareef Miller8 - Joe OstmanGraham only had four sacks last year but he also entered the season following ankle surgery in May 2018. The Eagles’ Super Bowl hero should be more effective in 2019. Philadelphia really needs Barnett to step up in a big way this season. The 2017 first-round pick showed some improvement before getting hurt last season but he needs to be even more threatening as a pass rusher this year. Curry returns to Philly as a “backup” but he’ll still play a lot since the Eagles heavily rotate their defensive ends. He’s yet another player the Eagles are counting on to rebound this year since injuries limited him to 2.5 sacks with the Buccaneers last season. Long is currently under contract for 2019 but it’s unclear if the 34-year-old will actually play for the Eagles or just retire inside. He seems to be leaning towards retirement but nothing has been made official just yet. It’d be really nice if Long does come back for one more season. Sweat has much to prove after not showing a whole lot as a rookie. Can the Eagles actually count on their 2018 fourth-round pick to be one of their top four ends if Long isn’t back? Hall is a dark horse to keep an eye on. The 2017 third-round pick has an elite athletic profile and he flashed in limited playing time last year. I have Hall above Miller, who I don’t think the Eagles are counting on to contribute much in Year 1. Maybe Miller is a phantom IR candidate? Philly’s coaching staff and front office alike have long sung the praises of the mighty Ostman. I don’t know if he’s more than a really good practice squad player to have around but he’ll certainly do his best to make the roster.DEFENSIVE TACKLE1 - Fletcher Cox2 - Malik Jackson3 - Tim Jernigan4 - Treyvon Hester5 - Hassan Ridgeway6 - Bruce Hector7 - Anthony Rush8 - Kevin WilkinsCox is only 28 years old; he’s still very much in his prime. Jackson’s presence is such an upgrade over the non-Cox defensive tackles options in 2018. His pass rush ability should allow the Eagles to generate even more interior pressure. If healthy, Jernigan figures to be a very good third defensive tackle who can both stop the run and push the pocket. Hester is perfectly fine to have as a fourth guy in the mix. Ridgeway will push for a fourth or fifth spot after the Eagles traded a late seventh-round pick to acquire him. Hector, Rush, and Wilkins are likely competing for a practice squad spot at best. LINEBACKER1 - Nigel Bradham2 - Zach Brown3 - Kamu Grugier-Hill4 - L.J. Fort5 - Nathan Gerry6 - Paul Worrilow7 - B.J. Bello8 - T.J. Edwards9 - Alex Singleton10 - Joey AlfieriWe could see Bradham move to middle linebacker now that Jordan Hicks is gone. Bradham has experience calling the defense. The same can’t be said for Brown, who has a reputation for not always being the most assignment-sound player. Still, Brown has talent and should make some plays. Grugier-Hill might resume his role as the team’s weakside linebacker but Fort could push for playing time. Gerry is fighting to make the team. Worrilow’s versatility and special teams contributions could earn him a roster spot if he proves he’s healthy enough to play well after coming off the ACL injury he suffered in May 2018. Edwards might be able to sneak onto the roster. If not, he’ll be competing iwth the likes of Bello, Singleton, and Alfieri for a practice squad job. CORNERBACK1 - Ronald Darby2 - Jalen Mills3 - Avonte Maddox4 - Sidney Jones5 - Rasul Douglas6 - Cre’Von LeBlanc7 - Josh Hawkins8 - Jeremiah McKinnon9 - Jay LigginsJenkins2 - Rodney McLeod3 - Andrew Sendejo4 - Blake Countess5 - Tre Sullivan6 - Deiondre’ Hall7 - Godwin IgwebuikeJenkins reportedly hasn’t been attending offseason practices; there’s speculation he might want a new contract. He’s certainly deserving. Pay raise or not, Jenkins once again figures to be an incredible important starter for the Eagles. It’s unclear if McLeod will be ready to play Week 1 after suffering a major knee injury last September. It’d be nice to have him healthy. Sendejo is the current favorite for the third safety spot ... assuming the Eagles don’t cut him to save a fourth-round 2020 compensatory pick and $800,000 in cap space. Countess can essentially be this team’s new Chris Maragos: a top special teams contributor who provides some emergency depth at safety. Sullivan’s defensive snap counts in the Eagles’ two playoff games: 75% and 51%. A strong summer from Sullivan could encourage the Eagles to move on from Sendejo. The Eagles traded for Hall during final cuts last year but didn’t trust him to play much. This will be his first full offseason with the team so he’ll have a better chance to prove himself. Igwebuike is probably just a depth guy. It’s worth noting that Maddox could be in the mix at safety as well.
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