EAGLES UNFILTERED: Free Agents Priorities, Monday Night Football Preview


The Eagles are close to their third game in 29 days when they host the Washington Commanders in a key NFC East game Monday night.

Important because the Coammaders are trying to stay within sight of the division command. At 4-5, they’re looking to level their record and get closer to an Eagles team that hasn’t experienced a loss this season.

Down 8-0, they have only played twice since Oct. 16, and both games came within four days — a win over the Steelers and a win over the Texans.

In the latest episode of the Eagles Unfiltered podcast, co-hosts Ed Kracz and Conor Myles preview the game.

Before they talk about how they think the game will end, there are other topics that will be discussed.

Here’s some of what you’ll hear





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Here’s some of what you’ll hear

  • The Eagles have several key free agents. Kracz and Myles are prioritizing who they think the Eagles should re-sign and returning their top five players to bring back.
  • Frank Reich is a free agent. The co-hosts talk about what could be next for the former Colts head coach and Super Bowl-winning offensive coordinator for the Eagles.


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Ed Kracz is the editor of SI.com’s Fan Nation Eagles Today and co-host of the Eagles Unfiltered Podcast. Check out the latest Eagles news www.SI.com/NFL/Eagles or www.eaglesmaven.com and please follow him on Twitter: @kracze.


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