Eagles Are Rumored To Be Considering Potential Trade

Eagles helmets on the sidelines.

Eagles helmets on the sidelines.

The Philadelphia Eagles are a team to watch heading into Thursday night’s NFL Draft.

Philadelphia, which is coming off a highly disappointing 2020 season – and an eventful offseason thus far – has the No. 12 overall pick in the NFL Draft.

The Eagles are rumored to be “up to something” with that pick, according to people around the NFL.

ESPN NFL insider Jeremy Fowler shared what he’s hearing during a Sunday morning appearance on SportsCenter.

“I’m told that [Zach Ertz]’s been waiting, bracing for a change, a trade, a release, for the better part of the last two months. It has not happened yet, but Philly sits at 12 overall. It’s not an overly deep tight end class after Kyle Pitts. So if they move back, or down, or wherever they want to move in the three days of the draft, perhaps Zach

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Deshaun Watson ‘Intrigued’ By Potential NFC Trade Destination

Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson on Sunday.

Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson on Sunday.

More than one month into the NFL offseason, and the No. 1 topic of discussion remains the future of Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson.

The standoff between Watson and the Texans remains ongoing, as the team hasn’t really shown any signs it is willing to trade the franchise signal caller. Nevertheless, multiple teams are showing interest in acquiring the 25-year-old star.

One team that has been linked to Watson quite a bit this offseason is the Carolina Panthers. The Panthers signed Teddy Bridgewater to a multi-year deal last year, but aren’t wholly committed to him being their quarterback of the future, particularly if they can replace him with Watson.

On SportsCenter this morning, ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler reported that the Panthers are very interested in Watson, and that interest might be mutual.

“The Carolina Panthers, they are inclined to big-game hunt for

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Cal Football: Signee from New Zealand Brings `Remarkable’ Untapped Potential

Jason Negro, coach at St. John Bosco High in Bellflower, has worked with some superb football players in his 18 seasons. He sent wide receiver Bryce Treggs to Cal and mentored Josh Rosen, who played at UCLA and later in the NFL.

He’s never had a player quite like Ieremia Moore, a defensive end prospect who signed a national letter of intent with Cal on Wednesday.

To be precise, Negro has never actually coached Moore in a game.

Born and raised in New Zealand, Moore has a rugby background but has never played in a high school varsity football game. He moved to the United States and enrolled at Bosco in September 2019, only to be told by the CIF that he would not be allowed to play varsity football his first year as a transfer from another country.

So Moore played junior varsity football in the fall of 2019.

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