We haven’t heard from him in a while, but recently, Philadelphia Eagles Insider Dave Spadaro spoke with head coach Doug Pederson. A lot of good stuff came out of that one.
By now, you’ve long become accustomed to the long hours that it takes to win at the professional level of football. With the concern over head injuries, teams aren’t afforded those long practice hours anymore and they hit each other less than they used to, but for an NFL franchise and head coach, if you’re going to win, you must truly adopt the mindset that professional football is a 365-day-a-year grind. Steve Spurrier learned that the hard way. Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson understands that concept a little better.
We’ve all felt the effects of what’s been going on with the threat of a global health crisis, and for some of us, we’ve continued to look to football for our escape. That does raise a few questions though.
How are these teams still working? How are they scouting? Will the fact that everyone’s been confined affect the coming draft? Right now, it appears that April’s selection meeting will go on as planned, with a few adjustments of course. Recently, Eagles insider Dave Spadaro, a man who needs no introduction in the fan base, caught up with Coach Pederson for a quick chat. A lot of good info came out of this one. Here are a couple of highlights.