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Eagles will open one training camp practice to public

The Bills aren’t the only team cutting the number of public training camp practices they’ll hold this summer. The Eagles will hold one practice open to the public at Lincoln Financial Field this summer. The only other access to training camp practices held at the team’s NovaCare Complex will be for invited guests only. Per [more]

Rodney McLeod expects to be ready for training camp

When Eagles safety Rodney McLeod updated his recovery from a torn ACL in April, he said he didn’t expect to be doing any on-field work before the offseason program was over. McLeod was able to do individual drills at the team’s three-day minicamp last week, however. McLeod called it “a great feeling” to be able [more]

Looking at the most memorable final games at NFL stadiums

On Thursday night, the NBA played its final game ever at Oracle Arena in Oakland. It was a memorable occasion, with the Toronto Raptors winning the league title on the Golden State Warriors’ home court. And so we used that idea for Friday morning’s PFT Live draft. What were the most memorable final games at [more]

Eagles promote Andy Weidl to VP of player personnel

After Joe Douglas left the Eagles to become the Jets’ General Manager, Eagles executive vice president of football operations Howie Roseman said that Douglas was recruiting others from the team to join him with his new team. Andy Weidl was one person Douglas might have targeted, but he’ll be staying put with a new title. [more]

Dak Prescott happy for Carson Wentz, still waiting on his deal

Dak Prescott pulled a new Stetson out of a box to wear during his media availability Thursday. It came in handy when asked for a contract update. “I’ve got my cowboy hat on, so I’m a Cowboy. Let’s say that,” Prescott said. The quarterback’s representation and the Cowboys are in active negotiations to get a [more]

Zach Ertz has no problem with U.S. Women’s National Team 13-0 rout

Many in the hot take-industrial complex had an issue with the United States Women’s National Team running up the score and celebrating, in a 13-0 win against overmatched Thailand in the World Cup. But Zach Ertz saw a parallel to his team’s march to a Super Bowl two years ago, and not just because his [more]

Eagles make changes to medical staff for second straight year

The Philadelphia Eagles have made changes to their medical staff for the second year in a row. According to Tim McManus of ESPN.com, the Eagles have parted ways with head team physician and head internist Stephen A. Stache after only one season. As part of a restructuring of the department, the team has named Arsh [more]

Looking at the NFL’s most memorable 7s

On Wednesday night, the Blues and Bruins will square off in Game Seven of the Stanley Cup Final. The game should be memorable. Which makes memorable the key word, for our purposes. Wednesday’s PFT Live draft focused on the most memorable 7s in league history. Simms once again won the #rigged coin toss, and he [more]

Jared Goff on contract: “It’s not for me to worry about”

When your neighbor builds an addition on their house, you can’t help but notice. But Rams quarterback Jared Goff wants to make sure his own home is in order. Via Gary Klein of the Los Angeles Times, Goff said he couldn’t help but see the $128 million contract extension Carson Wentz just signed with the [more]

Jets G.M.: Sam Darnold creates “urgency” like Eagles had with Carson Wentz

You don’t have to have a young quarterback on a cheap rookie contract to win in the NFL. But there’s no doubt that having extra cash at your disposal can help, if you spend it the right way. Joe Douglas saw it work in Philadelphia, with the team built around Carson Wentz. And now that [more]

Malcolm Jenkins wants to be “within the ballpark” of his value

Everyone assumed Malcolm Jenkins was skipping the team’s voluntary offseason program because of displeasure over his contract. Everyone was right. Jenkins is entering the third year of a four-year, $35 million deal, with his annual average of $8.75 million ranking only ninth among safeties. Although he said he feels “respected” by the Eagles, Jenkins wants [more]

Doug Pederson: Carson Wentz contract removes “distraction”

Eagles coach Doug Pederson was happy to talk about quarterback Carson Wentz‘s new contract on Tuesday, because Pederson didn’t want to have to keep talking about whether Wentz would be getting a new contract. “I think that’s probably the biggest thing, just that lingering distraction,” Pederson told reporters at the team’s mandatory minicamp. “I don’t [more]

Eagles second-round pick Miles Sanders still out with hamstring injury

It’s been a disappointing first few weeks in the NFL for Eagles second-round pick Miles Sanders. Sanders, a running back out of Penn State, will miss this week’s minicamp with a hamstring injury. The same injury kept him out of Organized Team Activities, meaning he’s basically done nothing since the Eagles drafted him. Last year [more]

Looking at coaching decisions that backfired

Raptors coach Nick Nurse made a not-so-swift decision on Monday night, taking a time out at a time when Toronto had Golden State on the ropes, and was ready to punch the Warriors through. And so that sparked an idea for Tuesday’s PFT Live draft: NFL coaching decisions that backfired. Simms made some decisions that [more]

Josh Sweat knows Eagles are looking for more from him this season

The Eagles didn’t ask defensive end Josh Sweat to do much during his rookie season. Sweat played 68 defensive snaps in nine games before going on injured reserve in December, so he had a lot of time to learn by watching other players. Two of those players — Michael Bennett and Chris Long — moved [more]

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