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Eagle Eye Podcast: Is it necessary for Malcolm Jenkins to hold out?

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Eagle Eye Podcast: Is it necessary for Malcolm Jenkins to hold out?

On this edition of Eagle Eye, Reuben Frank and Dave Zangaro discuss Wednesday's practice. What have been the biggest takeaways from OTAs?

Dave is recovering from the Eagles cutting B.J. Bello. Who is the best cornerback on the roster?

Also, Roob wonders if it's necessary for Malcolm Jenkins to hold out?

1:00 - Things that stood out Wednesday.
11:30 - Competitiveness over board games.
15:00 - Eagles cut Bello. Is Dave going to be OK?
22:30 - Charles Johnson's incredible story.
30:00 - Best CB on the roster?
33:30 - Roob doesn't think Jenkins needs to hold out.
39:30 - Biggest takeaways from OTAs.

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Wawa is cheating on us with the Baltimore Ravens

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Wawa is cheating on us with the Baltimore Ravens

Excuse me, Wawa. You did what?

Apparently, our favorite corner sandwich shop/convenience store/gas station — you know, the one we defend to all of our out-of-town relatives, the one we swear by, the one to which we’ve pledged our undying allegiance — is cheating on us. With the freakin’ Baltimore Ravens.

In an apparent attempt to dethrone Royal Farms in the Maryland area, Benedict Wawa has become the “official hoagie” of the Baltimore Ravens. This is like if your girlfriend cheated on you and then bragged about it on social media.

Baltimore will never love you the way we do! They don’t even understand you!

Thanks to the Baltimore Sun, here’s what Adam Schall, Wawa’s director of store operations for Maryland (and traitor), said in a statement:

"Wawa is thrilled to partner with the Ravens to make deeper connections with some of the best fans in football and reach communities all over the city of Baltimore and beyond.”

Some of the best fans in football? How dare you, sir.

Anyway, it appears that Wawa is pushing hard in that area, expecting to add five more stores in Maryland next year, according to the Sun, so it makes sense that it would team up with the local football team. It doesn’t mean it hurts any less.

But Sielski is still wrong.

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NBC Sports Philadelphia's Ray Didinger thinks you shouldn't sleep on Eagles' Malik Jackson

NBC Sports Philadelphia's Ray Didinger thinks you shouldn't sleep on Eagles' Malik Jackson

Plenty of hype and fanfare surrounded DeSean Jackson's return to the Eagles this offseason, and understandably so — even at 32 years old, Jackson is still a dynamic deep threat

But Eagles fans shouldn't overlook another Jackson, according to NBC Sports Philadelphia's Ray Didinger. 

Malik Jackson, a Pro Bowl defensive tackle for the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2017, is "really one of the best pass rushers in all of the NFL when he's on his game," according to Didinger.

With Michael Bennett and Chris Long notable departures on the Eagles' defensive line, Didinger thinks Jackson has a key role to play in 2019.

“Fletcher Cox is one of the top players at his position in the league, but he can’t play there alone," Didinger says. "He needs a companion next to him.”

Watch more on why Didinger thinks Jackson is flying under the radar in the video above. 

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