The Eagles held their first OTA practice this week, and the main takeaway was clear: Quarterback Carson Wentz looks ahead of schedule. Eliot Shorr-Parks and Zack Rosenblatt break down what they saw from Wentz, and also discuss the other positions on the roster after seeing the team practice.
Eliot Shorr-Parks and Zack Rosenblatt recap a tamer Eagles draft than past years, in part due to only making five selections. What was there to like and dislike about each pick? We break it down, and also discuss the Eagles re-signing Darren Sproles.
The Super Bowl Champion Eagles are about to go on the clock in the 2018 NFL Draft, and there is just as much mystery surrounding their top pick as there was a month ago. Eliot and Zack go over some of the team’s options in the first round, as well some late-round options. Also, what does Nick Foles’ new contract mean for this season and is a trade possible?
Eliot Shorr-Parks and Zack Rosenblatt break down the Eagles' 2018 schedule. We give our early game-by-game predictions and examine where the schedule is favorable and tougher. Plus, a recap of conversations with Howie Roseman and Joe Douglas.
Just hours after Howie Roseman and the Eagles released cornerback Darryl Worley due to his arrest, Eliot Shorr-Parks and Zack Rosenblatt discuss the impact it will have moving forward. Was it a rare miss by Roseman, or no harm/no foul given the situation? Plus, discussion on Dez Bryant’s release in Dallas and Brandon Graham’s contract situation in Philly.
The podcast is back after a hiatus, and yes, we have a new co-host. Matt Lombardo has moved onto the Giants beat for NJ.com, so we welcome Zack Rosenblatt to The No-Huddle Show with Eliot Shorr-Parks. Zack and Eliot discuss everything that has happened in the weeks since the Eagles' Super Bowl win, and begin to look at the upcoming NFL Draft.
That was one heck of a parade, huh? Eliot Shorr-Parks and Matt Lomardo review a crazy week following the Eagles’ Super Bowl victory and the unforgettable parade that accompanied it. We also discuss the impact of losing Frank Reich and John DeFilippo, their potential replacements, and what the Eagles should do with Nick Foles.
We have collaborated with This Is Philly and Triumph Books to publish a 128-page commemorative book — titled “Eagles Fly” — celebrating the team’s first Super Bowl title. The book, which ships next week and is available to pre-order now, has tons of stories and photos by Eliot Shorr-Parks, Matt Lombardo and others. Every regular-season game is covered, plus many features and photos from the playoffs and incredible Super Bowl. To purchase “Eagles Fly,” visit www.nj.com/eaglesbook
The Philadelphia Eagles are Super Bowl champions. Read that again. The Eagles are champs! Eliot Shorr-Parks and Matt Lombardo try to let that new reality set in as they break down the Eagles’ amazing and historic 41-33 win over the New England Patriots to capture the first Super Bowl in franchise history. From the big plays during the game to the postgame scene in the locker room afterward, listen in for a complete wrap-up of the night.
It is time! After a week of talking to all the experts on Radio Row, it's finally time for Eliot Shorr-Parks and Matt Lombardo to break down the Super Bowl matchup by matchup and make their predictions. Plus, NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah joins the show, once again recorded on Radio Row in Minneapolis.
The Eagles are finally back to playing football, as they have now practiced twice in preparation for Super Bowl LII. Eliot Shorr-Parks and Matt Lombardo break down all of the latest news from Minnesota, and talk with four special guests — former Eagles LB Dhani Jones discusses what it's like to play in the Super Bowl (12:27), a StubHub ticket rep talks about why the Super Bowl will be like an Eagles home game (22:12), former Eagles LB Emmanual Acho touches on the transition from Chip Kelly...
Recorded from Radio Row at Super Bowl 52, Eliot Shorr-Parks and Matt Lombardo are joined by MMQB’s Andy Benoit (8:30), Eagles’ cornerback Sidney Jones (21:31), Eagles’ legend Vince Papale (29:31) and NFL analyst Brian Baldinger (36:40) to talk Eagles vs. Patriots. Plus, a big announcement!
Things are heating up in Minnesota at Super Bowl LII, with the Eagles taking part in a wild Opening Night on Monday. Eliot Shorr-Parks and Matt Lombardo discuss everything that happened, including what they took away from Jeffrey Lurie, Howie Roseman and Carson Wentz’s time with the media. Also, former Eagles running back Brian Mitchell (13:26) and NFL Insider Adam Caplan (23:06) join the show to discuss the Eagles and Super Bowl LII vs. the Patriots.
The Eagles are now in Minneapolis, and so are we. Recording live from Radio Row, Eliot Shorr-Parks and Matt Lombardo break down what the first day has been like for the Eagles and talk about what is to come. Also, they are joined by CBS Sports’ Pete Prisco to get his thoughts on Super Bowl LII, Nick Foles and the Eagles (interview begins at the 28:09 mark).
Eliot Shorr-Parks sits down for an extended interview with Eagles rookie cornerback Rasul Douglas. The two go in depth on Douglas's journey from growing up in New Jersey to being one week away from playing in the Super Bowl. Douglas also discusses how he handled going back to the bench when Ronald Darby returned, the team's chemistry, the feeling of being in the Super Bowl, and lots more. Plus, an exciting announcement about the things to come over the next week on The No-Huddle Show.
Mark Eckel, inaugural co-host of The No-Huddle Show, retired in April and immediately afterward, the Eagles went 13-3 and made the Super Bowl. We bring back the longtime Eagles reporter for a guest appearance. Was his retirement the reason the Eagles are so good now? Eckel gives his perspective on Howie Roseman, Doug Pederson, Carson Wentz, and Nick Foles. Plus, his thoughts on the Eagles' chances against the Patriots.
Eliot Shorr-Parks and Matt Lombardo answer fan questions and hot takes regarding the NFC Champion Eagles. Among the topics: What a Super Bowl victory would mean for Nick Foles, along with the Eagles as a franchise; Carson Wentz’s role in getting the team to the Super Bowl; the Eagles’ health going into the game; Doug Pederson’s aggressiveness; Halapoulivaati Vaitai’s improvement; and lots more.
The Eagles are Super Bowl bound! After dismantling the Vikings in the NFC Championship Game, the New England Patriots are the only thing standing between the Birds and their first ever Super Bowl title. But first, Eliot Shorr-Parks and Matt Lombardo break down everything from the Eagles' 38-7 destruction of Minnesota. Send us your hot takes and postgame reaction by tweeting with #TheNoHuddleShow or emailing email@example.com
The Eagles will host the NFC Championship game for the first time in 13 years on Sunday when the Minnesota Vikings come to Lincoln Financial Field. Who will advance to Super Bowl LII? Eliot Shorr-Parks and Matt Lombardo go over the matchups position-by-position and make their predictions.