Philadelphia Eagles News, March 29: Nick Sirianni’s Ranking Among NFL Head Coaches, Olamide Zaccheaus Signs With Commanders, and More

Here's the latest news involving the Philadelphia Eagles, including Nick Sirianni's ranking among NFL head coaches, interest in a top OT prospect, and more.

After a disastrous end to last season, Philadelphia Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni is feeling the effects of his team’s embarrassing performance. Despite taking the Eagles to the Super Bowl in 2023, Sirianni is now ranked in the middle of the pack among NFL head coaches.

Philadelphia Eagles News Today

While Sirianni is falling down head coach rankings, the betting world is still high on the Eagles heading into next season, as Philadelphia has one of the highest projected win totals for 2024. All of that and more in today’s Eagles news!

NFL’s Decision To Stream Eagles’ Opener on Peacock Has Chris ‘Mad Dog’ Russo Furious

Chris “Mad Dog” Russo of ESPN went on a rant about Philadelphia’s regular season opener in Brazil. Russo voiced his displeasure on First Take about the NFL’s decision to stream the Eagles’ Week 1 matchup on Peacock. The NFL continues to sell the rights to broadcast games to multiple different streaming services, which has upset Russo and many others.

READ MORE: Chris Russo Upset About Philadelphia’s Regular Season Opener

NFL Head Coach Rankings 2024

After the Eagles fell to the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl 57, it seemed like Sirianni was one of the best young head coaches in the NFL. Yet just one season later, Sirianni is now ranked among the middle of the pack in Pro Football Network’s head coach rankings for 2024.

Sirianni will be joined by two new coordinators next season as he looks to turn things around in Philadelphia.

CONTINUE READING: NFL Head Coach Rankings in 2024

NFL Win Totals 2024: Where Do Eagles Fall?

After a 10-1 start to the regular season last year, the Eagles fell flat on their face down the final stretch. Despite their embarrassing finish to last season, Philadelphia is still viewed as one of the top teams in the NFC.

While the San Francisco 49ers remain in a category of their own, Philadelphia is tied with several teams for the second-highest projected win total for next season.

READ MORE: Projected NFL Team Win Totals in 2024

Broback’s Latest 2024 NFL Mock Draft: Eagles Pick First-Round Corner

Despite all of their additions in free agency, the Eagles still have some major questions to answer on their roster. Pro Football Network’s Joe Broback released his latest mock draft and has Philadelphia addressing a huge need with the 22nd overall pick. Broback believes the Eagles will find their next star cornerback in the first round of the 2024 NFL Draft.

KEEP READING: Pro Football Network’s Latest Mock Draft

Washington and Northern Iowa Pro Day Report

It’s no secret that Philadelphia loves to invest in the trenches. In recent years, it has consistently fielded one of the best offensive lines in the NFL. According to Tony Pauline of Sportskeeda, the Eagles sent representatives to Washington’s pro day and met with offensive tackle Troy Fautanu. Ironically enough, Fautanu is also the prospect that Eagles offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland was visibly impressed with at the 2024 NFL Combine.

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Former Eagles WR Olamide Zaccheaus Signs With Commanders

Following the hiring of offensive coordinator Kellen Moore, Philadelphia is set to involve the third wide receiver far more in their offense. However, that role won’t be filled by Olamide Zaccheaus in 2024, as he is reportedly leaving the Eagles to sign with the Washington Commanders. Zaccheaus shined at times in Philadelphia last season but likely wants a steadier role than what he was asked to do for the Eagles.

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