Nate Herbig

Jets Claim OL Nate Herbig

The Jets are adding another former starter to their interior offensive line. They made a successful claim for ex-Eagles guard Nate Herbig on Thursday, Mike Kaye of ProFootballNetwork.com tweets.

A 17-game Eagles starter over the past two years, Herbig received a Philadelphia RFA tender in March and signed it in April. The Eagles, however, cut bait after a draft that included a second-round selection of center Cam Jurgens.

Prior to the arrivals of Jurgens and 2021 second-round pick Landon Dickerson, however, Herbig worked as a 12-game starter for the Eagles in 2020. Brandon Brooks‘ full-season absence freed up a guard spot for Herbig, who originally caught on with the Eagles as a 2019 UDFA. The Eagles also turned to Herbig for five starts last season. Although he landed the Jets GM job soon after the 2019 draft, Joe Douglas was still with the Eagles when they signed Herbig.

While the Jets did not use a high draft choice on an offensive lineman, they signed Laken Tomlinson and have the likes of Greg Van Roten and Dan Feeney as swing backups. With no real path to an interior starter job available, with Alijah Vera-Tucker and Connor McGovern at the other two spots, Herbig seemingly stands to compete for a depth spot. The Stanford alum will turn 24 this summer.

Minor NFL Transactions: 5/2/22

Today’s minor moves:

Arizona Cardinals

Atlanta Falcons

Cleveland Browns

Jacksonville Jaguars

Minnesota Vikings

New England Patriots

Philadelphia Eagles

Tennessee Titans

Minor NFL Transactions: 4/25/22

Here are Monday’s minor moves:

Houston Texans

Philadelphia Eagles

San Francisco 49ers

Seattle Seahawks

RFA/ERFA Tender Decisions: 3/15/22

Here’s a look at the latest tender decisions from around the NFL:

RFAs

Tendered:

Non-tendered:

ERFAs

Tendered:

NFL COVID-19 List Updates: 1/3/22

Here are Monday’s activations from and placements on the reserve/COVID-19 lists:

Carolina Panthers

Chicago Bears

Cincinnati Bengals

Denver Broncos

Detroit Lions

Green Bay Packers

Houston Texans

Indianapolis Colts

Kansas City Chiefs

  • Activated from reserve/COVID-19 list: OT Mike Remmers (remains on IR)

Las Vegas Raiders

Los Angeles Chargers

Los Angeles Rams

  • Activated from reserve/COVID-19 list: RB Raymond Calais (remains on IR)

Miami Dolphins

Minnesota Vikings

New England Patriots

New Orleans Saints

New York Jets

Philadelphia Eagles

Pittsburgh Steelers

San Francisco 49ers

Seattle Seahawks

Tennessee Titans

Washington Football Team

Eagles Sign Entire 2019 Draft Class, 10 UDFAs

The Eagles have moved quickly to not only wrap up their entire 2019 draft class, but announce their crop of undrafted free agents.

Draft Class

Philadelphia moved up to pick No. 22 to acquire Dillard, sending pick Nos. 25, 127, and 197 to Baltimore in order to get ahead of the Texans, who had their own needs along the offensive line. Many analysts viewed Dillard as the best offensive tackle available in the draft, especially given the number of pass sets he took in Washington State’s pass-happy offense. With the Eagles, he’ll likely act as a swing tackle in 2019 before moving into the starting lineup in 2020 (if Jason Peters ever decides to hang up his cleats).

Sanders and Arcega-Whiteside give quarterback Carson Wentz a few more weapons to play with in 2019. The Eagles acquired running back Jordan Howard from the Bears, but Sanders should also be in the mix for carries. Meanwhile, Arcega-Whiteside will give Philadelphia a big body at the receiver position, and could potentially lead to the Eagles trading former first-round pass-catcher Nelson Agholor.

Undrafted Free Agents

Among Philadelphia’s UDFAs, Opeta may have the best chance to stick given his contract. The Weber State product received a $55K base salary guarantee and a $25K signing bonus from the Eagles, tweets Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle.