Daytawion Lowe

#35S,
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 196
Born:
College: Oklahoma State
Birth Place: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Draft: Undrafted
  • Eagles’ stadium ranks as one of the best in the NFL
    Bleeding Green Nation

    Eagles’ stadium ranks as one of the best in the NFL

    Let's get to the Philadelphia Eagles links ... Ranking every NFL stadium from best (Lambeau Field) to worst (FedEx Field) - FoxSports 4) There's something to be said for a solid, good-looking stadium with excellent sight lines and fast-moving security that's located directly off I-95 in a stadium complex that has ton of parking. And the awfulness of Philly fans is overrated. Like 95 percent of people are great. Those other 5 percent -- well, they're as bad as advertised. Eh, maybe it's a 90/10 ratio. Some Love For The Linc - And Eagles Fans - PE.com Why does everybody have to take a shot at Eagles fans?!? Geez, they just don’t understand the culture. Eagles president Don Smolenski understands,

  • Chip Kelly is going back to his college football roots — but this time as an ESPN analyst
    Washington Post

    Chip Kelly is going back to his college football roots — but this time as an ESPN analyst

    Chip Kelly’s foray into professional football didn’t go exactly as planned, and now the veteran coach is headed back to where he’s always been most comfortable: college ball. But this time around, the 53-year-old who helped build the University of Oregon into a national power before leaving for the Philadelphia Eagles will be watching from the comfort of a studio as an analyst instead of roaming the sideline as a coach. ESPN announced Friday that it signed Kelly to a multiyear deal. He will provide insight and commentary — primarily during Saturday broadcasts on ESPN2 as part of the pregame, halftime and wrap-up shows, but he also will appear on “SportsCenter” to provide NFL analysis on Sundays.

  • Torrey Smith's expectations should reflect his Ravens days
    ESPN.com

    Torrey Smith's expectations should reflect his Ravens days

    Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer Close Follow on Twitter Today's Philadelphia Eagles question: Let's go with 47 catches, 820 yards, six touchdowns. I tend to think Torrey Smith will look more like the receiver he was in Baltimore, where he averaged 53 catches, 898 yards and close to eight touchdowns, as opposed to the one we saw in San Francisco the past two seasons (average of 27 catches, 465 yards and 3.5 TDs). He joined the 49ers just as they fell into their descent. They cycled through two one-and-done head coaches in 2015 and 2016 (Jim Tomsula and Chip Kelly), rotated between Colin Kaepernick and Blaine Gabbert at quarterback, and went a combined 7-25. In Philly, Smith should be aided by stability