Former Eagles personnel executive Tom Gamble is leaving the 49ers organization amid the team's recent front office shakeup.
The 49ers announced Wednesday that longtime personnel executive Tom Gamble is leaving the team. Gamble has spent 10 of his 29 NFL seasons with the 49ers.
Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston isn't shy about much, and the same goes for what's now an open recruitment of wide receiver DeSean Jackson. "You better believe we want DeSean here," Winston told the Tampa Bay Times on Wednesday. "I think he would be a great asset to our team.
The Birds need to add to their stable at running back, which will almost certainly be without Ryan Mathews in 2017, and Darren Sproles in 2018.
Former Eagles linebacker DeMeco Ryans has joined the 49ers coaching staff under new head coach Kyle Shanahan.
In this Eagles mailbag, Dave Zangaro answers your questions about Bennie Logan, Jeremy Maclin and the best receiver in the 2017 draft.
The Eagles don't have any need for a starting quarterback after trading up for Carson Wentz last offseason, however, they could certainly opt to draft a player to develop behind Wentz and backup Chase Daniel.
On an ESPN podcast, 30-year-old DeSean Jackson talked about a possible return to Philly and praised Eagles QB Carson Wentz. By Dave Zangaro
DeSean Jackson returning home to the Philadelphia Eagles is one of the more underrated possible story lines this offseason.Jackson has spent the last three years with the Washington Redskins in the NFC
There's been plenty of discussion about the possibility of wide receiver DeSean Jackson returning to the Eagles as a free agent next month, something that few people considered a realistic turn of events when Jackson was released by Philadelphia in 2014.