Training camp has officially begun, meaning the start of the 2012 NFL season is just around the corner. While there’s nothing more exciting than making the drive to Lehigh Valley to watch the Philadelphia Eagles engaging in their summer practices, there’s nothing worse than hearing the news of an injury to an expected contributor. That being said, the news that wide receiver Riley Cooper will miss up to six weeks with a broken collarbone really doesn’t mean much in terms of the status of the Eagles.
With the 2013 season officially in the books the Eye on Football staff is looking ahead to the offseason for all 32 NFL teams. Next up: the Philadelphia Eagles. Read Post
NFL training camp marks the beginning of a team's coming-together process at the start of every season. With a first-year head coach and multiple draftees set to challenge for playing time, a new-look Philadelphia Eagles team needs ... Read Post
The first real casualty of Philadelphia Eagles training camp is Riley Cooper, it would seem. The receiver hit the ground hard after going up for a pass and broke his collarbone. Depending on the severity, my guess is Cooper misses f... Read Post