The Eagles need to move on from Ryan Mathews, and drafting Dalvin Cook could be the cherry on top of an impressive free-agent haul.
Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith are going to go nicely with Jordan Matthews and last year’s top pick Carson Wentz.
Now, Philly can improve their backfield play as well with the Florida State standout who some say had a rough combine, but all say looks amazing on tape.
Good news Eagles fans, there aren’t cones on an NFL field.
I don’t know if Philadelphia has the defense to keep their offense out of shootouts all year, but with this addition, they’ll have enough offense to stay in most of their games.
The NFC North isn’t getting easier, it’s getting harder.
While the Giants are improving for the second straight year, the Cowboys are looking to ride last year’s success right into a dominant 2017.
Washington is a footnote for the moment, but hey, any given Sunday, right?
In this offense, with these other weapons around him, Cook would be a pre-season favorite for Offensive Rookie of the Year.