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Eagle Eye In The Sky Podcast

Fran Duffy is talking football every week with some of the best minds in the media covering the NFL and College Football, as well as current and former NFL players. Discussion points include basic X's and O's strategy, team building, player evaluation, and transitioning from the college game to the NFL. While talk centers around the Eagles, all of the latest around the NFL and the college game come into focus on a weekly basis. Follow Fran on Twitter @fduffy3 and check out the 'Eagle Eye In The Sky' series on PhiladelphiaEagles.com for more in-depth All-22 breakdowns on the Eagles, their opponents, and the rest of the NFL. He also produces 'Eagles Game Plan', which airs on NBC 10 and Comcast Sports Net in the Philadelphia region as well as on the Eagles digital network. Other features Fran produces include Film Room, Scouts Notebook, Prospect Playlist, Old School All-22 and more!
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Jun 27, 2017

Former NFL offensive lineman Ross Tucker joins the Eagle Eye In The Sky Podcast to talk about Jason Peters' journey from a college tight end to an All-Pro tackle before breaking down the rest of the Eagles offensive line.

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  • three and a half months ago
    Martin Bembridge
    You know, I consider myself fairly tech savvy, but after downloading several android podcasting apps and a good deal of time and frustration, I find myself unable to do something as simple as review and post a comment about your show. Clearly not something I've ever done before,and the fact that I kept trying (and failing) to do this speaks to my admiration for your podcast... Anyway, I've eventually found my way here and this isn't the comment I wanted to leave, as I actually have a question.
    Given the all the one year deals & pending free agents after this season, plus the Eagles lack of a 2nd round pick (not to mention the Joe Douglas / Ravens draft influence), do you think the Eagles are strategically looking to let a number of quality (but not elite) vets walk after this season as a means of acquiring additional compensatory draft picks? I don't have a clear idea of how the formula / decisions are made about this, would appreciate any insight you may have.
    Have been a 'north of the border' Eagles fan for over 40 years now, love the show, keep up the great work!