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How Former Eagles Fared in Week 2 of the AAF

With the NFL season over and the new league year not starting until March, now is usually the time of year where not a lot of interesting action happens in the football world. That has changed this year though, as the Alliance of American Football has started their inaugural season and has just finished its second week of action. The AAF is littered with former Eagles across the league, and with not a lot of Eagles news happening this time of year, we will be monitoring how the former Eagles are performing. Last week five former Eagles shined in the AAF debuts, this week four players put up some noticeable stats in their respective games:

  • QB Christian Hackenberg (Memphis) : 14/25, 102 passing yards, 39 rushing yards, 1 rushing TD

  • WR Josh Huff (Arizona): 2 receptions, 84 receiving yards, 1 fumble

  • RB Terrell Watson (San Diego): 14 carries, 49 rushing yards

  • S Ed Reynolds (Atlanta): 6 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, 1 QB hit, 2 passes defended

Some other former Birds popped up on the stat sheet as well:

  • CB C.J. Smith (Salt Lake): 4 tackles

  • CB De'Vante Bausby (San Antonio): 4 tackles

  • S Jerome Couplin III (Orlando): 3 tackles

  • CB Dexter McDougle (Arizona): 3 tackles

  • DT Winston Craig (San Antonio): 1 tackle, 1 tackle for loss, 1 QB hit

  • WR Greg Ward, Jr. (San Antonio): 3 receptions, 12 receiving yards

  • TE Connor Hamlett (Arizona): 2 receptions, 13 receiving yards

  • TE Anthony Denham (Salt Lake): 1 reception, 11 receiving yards

  • CB Ron Brooks (San Diego): 1 tackle

These players are playing for a chance to make it back into the NFL. If these players can string together a few good games or at least some decent film of their play, it could lead to them getting another chance in the "big leagues", maybe even back in Philadelphia.

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