Eagles news: Jesse Bates’ business speculation emerges

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Should the Eagles be interested in trading for Bengals S Jessie Bates? – PhillyVoice
Will a second-round pick, and, saaayyy, a versatile guard at Isaac Seumalo, satisfy Cincinnati? I think this is a deal the Eagles will do. They likely won’t participate in any of their 2023 first-round picks, which are clearly meant to lock down the quarterback in case Jalen Hurts doesn’t make major improvements in 2022. As for the money, Marcus Williams is a Bates-like player, so his bargain The $70 million for five years with the crows looks like a floor. With Bates already pretty much guaranteed less than $13 million on the franchise tag, the Eagles will have to beat that. The new deal, which has an average annual value of about $15 million, will feel right. And again, I would expect any new deal to have a low cap number 2022. In short, to answer the question in the title, yes, the Eagles should be interested in trading for Jesse Bates.

Eagles mailbag: How much does it cost to get Jesse Bates? – NBCSP
1. The Bengals want to pick the first round. It would be crazy if they didn’t start there, especially when they talk to the Eagles, who competed in two first-round runs in 2023. In 2020, the Jets replaced Jamal Adams with the club. Seahawks She got a first-round pick and in 2019 dolphins Minkah Fitzpatrick traded to Steelers And I got a first-round pick. So even though Bates isn’t as good as these two, the Bengals will order first. But that may be too rich for the Eagles, even with two first-round games next season. Should the Eagles be willing to drop their 2023 second-round pick? Yes, that would be more attractive. Although they may need to sweeten that deal with a third day or player pick. 2. In this off-season, the Ravens signed with Williams for five years, worth $70 million. His $14 APY ranks seventh in the NFL among safety items. Justin Reed earned a $10.5 million contract this season with APY. If the Eagles were to trade for Bates, he would need to be at around $14 million in this new contract. Indeed, the Williams deal seems like a good model for Bates. Of course, the Eagles thought Williams was overpaid, so they had to love Bates more than Williams to sign him for a similar deal plus everything they had to trade to get him.

Jessie Bates to Skip OTAs, Training Camp Amid Frustration of the Franchise Mark, Per Report – Cincy Jungle
Despite a late-season resurgence, the Bengals were unable to agree on an extension before the franchise’s March 8 deadline. They have a new July 15 deadline for the Bates contract for the foreseeable future, but if Bates uses his latest form of leverage by holding out, the two sides don’t seem any closer to reaching a new deal. The Bengals’ defense is better when the Bates patrol midfield, but their price and that of the Bates are nowhere near a match. That could result in the team being called up to cheat on him, or the Bates never playing in Cincinnati again. We’ll find out in July and the following weeks.

All on Jalen Hurts in 2022 – BGN
It’s all in Galen Hurts. Everything the Eagles do this season is about Hearts. Every bite of the Eagles’ success hinges on Horz’s performance. Each qualifying level they reach will be determined by how Hurts plays. Painfully ready for everything. The Eagles showed their faith in him, having shown interest in Russell Wilson, Deshaun Watson, Kenny Beckett, and Malik Willis. They traded a first-round pick for the 6-foot, 225-pound receiver AJ Brown. Together with DeVonta Smith, the Eagles could have the best receiving duo in the NFC East. He will be the pain behind one of the best offensive lines in football. The Eagles strengthened their offensive line by recruiting Jason Kelsey’s apparent heir, Cam Jurgens of Nebraska. The Eagles also threw the ball 494 times in 17 regular season games in 2021 — the fewest of any team in the NFL. There may be a reason for that. The technical staff wanted to take additional steps in advancing Hertz as a corridor. spoil the hurt. Parts of the media and fan base did the same, explaining that 2021 was a rookie season for Hurts, coming in too late in 2020 to mitigate leakage Carson Wentz. Excuses are gone. The first to come forward, not surprisingly, is Hurts.

James Bradbury’s Reaction + Have the Eagles Overtaken the Cowboys? – Radio BGN
The birds filled a huge gap in the list by signing the new full-back! How good can the Eagles be? Are they really in a better position to win the NFC East than the current division champions? Brandon Lee Guton and Jimmy Kempsky react to the latest news and compare lists in this episode.

AJ Brown Says His Peace Is Threatened Because He Was Traded – PFT
Eagles wide receiver AJ Brown released a statement today about unspecified concerns regarding fan reaction to his Titans trade. Brown apparently indicated to a Tennessee soccer camp that he decided to drop out, and said he regretted the kids who tried the camp, but felt he had no choice because of the way some Tennessee adults have acted toward him since he moved to Philadelphia.

Report: Multiple sources claim Colts are working on a deal for Super Bowl winning quarterback Nick Foles – Stampede Blue
There will be Colts fans who don’t like the way things have gone but that’s what “everything” for the football team led by Chris Ballard looks like. The Colts brought in their best assists in years, their best quarterback since Andrew Lack retired and are betting on a former defensive player of the year at full-back, they’ve filled in all the holes they’ve had in the draft and are now looking to add a legitimate backup at their most important gaming site. Clearly, they think the time to argue is now. What this means for Sam Ehlinger is anyone’s guess. They believed in Ehlinger enough to make him a primary reserve for the team ahead of a season, a move that looks set to lose a lot of games if Carson Wentz misses a significant portion of the season. Everything indicates that the team loves Ehlinger and what he brings so we will see if they have three quarterbacks in the regular season.

Why Patriots training titles don’t matter; Plus, Top Five NFL Players, Saints Reborn Attack – NFL.com
Where are the Cowboys CB Trivon Diggs? Despite leading the league in 2021 with 11 interceptions, the third-year pro isn’t making the cut due to the burgeoning or stagnant nature of his game. Diggs gives up a lot of big plays and must lower his burn rate to earn a place among the elite. While I like his ball skills and ability to play as a ‘guide’ angle with great vision, he must show better covering discipline and awareness to earn an A+ grade as a covering angle.

Another argument for Tony Pollard to receive the majority of touches on Ezekiel Elliott – Blogging The Boys
The Cowboys in Dallas Decide on Ezekiel Elliot. It is not about being released after the 2022 season due to his contract numbers. They have a chance to get out after 2022 and they might use it to get some relief from the cap and stop pushing top dollar into a position that isn’t really worth top dollar. But that’s about a year away. Another decision they have to make about Elliott comes this fall when they have to decide how much playing time to give this season, and how much to give Tony Pollard. At ESPN, Bill Barnwell took an in-depth look at the expectations for a few high-priced contestants for the 2022 season, and Elliott was included. First, note that the Cowboys have become less of a running team lately and are now more in line with passing averages around the NFL. He notes that the reason for this may be low Elliott production.

Big Blue View mailbag: Cap Quests, Twitter Invasion, Darius Slayton, More – Big Blue View
So, Jones? I think the odds are that Tyrod Taylor is the starter of the Giants’ first week of next season. I love Jones and hope he works, but I think the giants will look at the quarterback prices ($31,497 million for the franchise) and maybe even higher in annual terms if Jones plays well enough to deserve a long-term deal, and think they want to do better. For that kind of money. Prospect? Say 60-40, with a 60% chance that it’s somewhere else in 2023.

Should Ron Rivera bring “People’s Corner,” Jimmy Morland, home to Washington? – Hughes Heaven
If Ron Rivera tried to bring back a player he fired just 9 months ago, who was a fan favorite, but had average PFF scores for his 2 seasons in Washington and couldn’t play 4-13 Texas In 2021? Do you think Rivera regrets the decision to abdicate last September, or has Jimmy Morland already sailed from the Potomac River and Chesapeake Bay forever? [BLG Note: The Eagles previously had interest in signing Moreland in September last year.]

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