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Eagles’ Sidney Jones says staying healthy is No. 1 focus

Eagles cornerback Sidney Jones has had one of the more disappointing careers of recent NFL draft picks. Coming out of Washington, he was viewed as a possible Top 10 pick in the 2017 NFL draft — until he ruptured his Achilles tendon at his Pro Day. The Eagles ended up selecting him with the 43rd [more]

Will there be a significant market for Nick Foles?

The Eagles seem to be intent on applying the franchise tag to quarterback Nick Foles, not to keep him but to trade him. Specifically, to trade him to a team other than the Giants or Washington. Given the decision of the Denver Broncos to trade for Joe Flacco in lieu of pursuing Foles, an important [more]

Report: It’s “unlikely” Nick Foles returns to Eagles as backup

The Broncos took themselves out of the Nick Foles‘ sweepstakes with their agreement with Baltimore for Joe Flacco. The teams with an established starter also won’t have interest in Foles or he in them. You can probably scratch Philadelphia off the list of suitors, too. Zack Rosenblatt of NJ.com quotes a source as saying it’s [more]

Report: Vikings-Eagles “pretty likely” on Thanksgiving

The third game of the Thanksgiving schedule could be coming into focus. After a report earlier this week that the two early holiday games would include Bears-Lions and Dolphins-Cowboys, we may have an idea of the prime time matchup. Via Michael Rand of the Minneapolis Star Tribune, an Eagles trip to play the Vikings appears [more]

Eagles have a decision to make as Nelson Agholor enters his fifth year

The Eagles took wide receiver Nelson Agholor in the first round of the 2015 NFL draft, and last year they picked up his fifth-year option for 2019. But that doesn’t mean he’ll play for the Eagles this year. Agholor has a base salary of $9.387 million this season, but the Eagles can cut him and [more]

It doesn’t sound like a Golden Tate contract extension is in the works

Wide receiver Golden Tate said last month that he is hopeful that his time with the Eagles is “not coming to an end” after the impending free agent joined the team in a midseason trade with the Lions. Eagles executive vice president of football operations Howie Roseman said he felt good about trading a third-round [more]

Eagles promote Phillip Daniels to defensive line coach

The Eagles have done good business promoting their own in recent years, and have rewarded another current staff with a promotion. According to Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Eagles are promoting defensive quality control/assistant line coach Phillip Daniels to defensive line coach. Daniels played 15 years in the league with Seattle, Chicago, and Washington, [more]

Report: Alabama running backs coach Joe Pannunzio to return to Eagles staff

The Philadelphia Eagles are getting a familiar face back in their building. According to Cole Cubelic of the SEC Network, Alabama running backs coach Joe Pannunzio is returning to the Eagles in an unspecified off-field role. Pannunzio spent the 2015 and 2016 seasons with the Eagles in their front office as a part of Chip [more]

Chris Long: Nick Foles deserves input in his future

As the Eagles decide what to do with quarterback Nick Foles, other players in the locker room are paying attention. And they believe that Foles deserves extra consideration based on his accomplishments on behalf of the franchise and the city in which it is located. “Nick deserves the opportunity for input,” defensive end Chris Long [more]

Eagles’ apparent tag-and-trade plan for Nick Foles would violate the CBA

With the contract dance between the Eagles and quarterback Nick Foles already progressing to the point at which the final decision rests in the hands of the team, the player needs to take full advantage of his leverage. And he has plenty. With the Eagles apparently hoping to tag and trade Foles, Foles and his [more]

Eagles promoting Carson Walch to wide receivers coach

The Eagles are staying in the organization to fill their vacancy at wide receivers coach. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that the team will promote Carson Walch from the assistant wide receivers coach position for the 2019 season. He’ll be the third wide receivers coach in as many years as Gunter Brewer left for [more]

Report: Nick Foles informing Eagles he is voiding option

Well, that didn’t take long. Not long after a report came out that the Eagles have informed Nick Foles they are exercising the $20 million option on his contract comes word that the quarterback is informing the Eagles he is voiding the option, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Both moves were expected, with Foles paying [more]

Report: Eagles inform Nick Foles they will exercise his 2019 option

Word came last week that the Eagles plan to exercise the $20 million option for next season on Nick Foles‘ contract. The Eagles now have taken a further step and informed Foles of just that, Tim McManus of ESPN reports. Foles has 10 days to decide whether to accept the option. He can buy out [more]

Duron Harmon: Y’all let Lane Johnson know I’m having fun

After Super Bowl LII, Eagles offensive lineman Lane Johnson took a shot at the Patriots. He said Eagles players have fun, while Patriots players have fear. A year later, the Patriots are getting the last laugh. “Y’all let Lane Johnson know I’m having fun,” Patriots safety Duron Harmon posted on Instagram with a picture of [more]

Eagles hiring G.J. Kinne as offensive assistant

The Eagles coaching staff has been picked over in recent years, and they’re backfilling with a guy they know well. According to Bruce Feldman of The Athletic, the Eagles are hiring former quarterback G.J. Kinne as an offensive assistant. Kinne worked on the coaching staff at SMU and Arkansas the last two years under Chad [more]

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