Dallas Thomas

#63G,
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 316
Born:
College: Tennessee
Birth Place: Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Draft: 2013 3rd round (15th pick) by the
  • Projecting how the Eagles will split their running back carries in 2017
    Bleeding Green Nation

    Projecting how the Eagles will split their running back carries in 2017

    Welcome to the latest edition of the Bleeding Green Nation mailbag! Each week I'll be taking some of your Philadelphia Eagles questions and answering them here in this post. As always, thanks to everyone who sent in a question. We already answered some of your questions during the BGN Facebook Live session I hosted. (Shameless plug: please like on the BGN Facebook page and the BGN Radio Facebook page.) Watch the Q&A below or click here if you can’t see the video. Now it's time for some of the questions I didn’t get a chance to answer (contact me: @BrandonGowton). Let's get started. @KJSpringer23 asks: Rank the four running backs (Wendell Smallwood, Darren Sproles, Donnel Pumphrey, LeGarrette

  • Louis Riddick shuts down reports saying he has interview with Chiefs
    Chiefs Wire

    Louis Riddick shuts down reports saying he has interview with Chiefs

    Things continue to get weird with the Chiefs’ general manager position. On Sunday morning, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network sent out a tweet saying Kansas City reached out to ESPN’s Louis Riddick for an interview for the team’s recently vacated GM position. Riddick, 48, has been an analyst for ESPN since 2013. He was director of pro personnel for the Philadelphia Eagles in 2010 through 2013 (working with coach Andy Reid). He also played as a safety in the NFL from 1991 to 1998. Note that Rapoport is one of the most respected sports reporters and is generally correct with his reports. Less than an hour later, Riddick took to Twitter to shut down the report that the Chiefs have contacted him. Riddick

  • The Fatal Flaw For Each NFC East Team That Could Crush Their 2017 Season
    Blogging The Boys

    The Fatal Flaw For Each NFC East Team That Could Crush Their 2017 Season

    The NFC East hasn’t had a repeat champion since the 2004 Eagles won their fourth consecutive division title. This is not the AFC East where the Patriots have won the division in all but two seasons since 2001. The NFC East is filled with teams that have legitimate heat with each other and love nothing more than getting over on the other. NFC East teams, just like all teams, don’t come without their warts. So, what are the potential fatal flaws of the teams in the NFC East? Fatal Flaw: The Front Office Don’t let a potentially solid draft class fool you here, Washington’s front office is a mess. It’s a shame too because they were actually on the upward swing under Scot McCloughan. Regardless of