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Best Draft-Day Contingency Plans for Philadelphia Eagles

Chip Kelly's first season with the Philadelphia Eagles really couldn't have gone any smoother, as the first-year head coach won 10 games and led the Eagles to a surprising NFC East division title. He also turned Nick Foles into the one...Show More Summary

Brad Jones to Eagles: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

The Philadelphia Eagles announced Monday that they have signed former Green Bay Packers inside linebacker Brad Jones. This marks the first substantial move made by Eagles head coach Chip Kelly, who seized complete control over personnel decisions this offseason. Green Bay released Jones on Feb. Show More Summary

Eagles sign LB Brad Jones

The former Packer joins the linebacker-needy Eagles on a two-year contract. The Philadelphia Eagles signed linebacker Brad Jones to a two-year contract on Monday, the team announced. The inside linebacker was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in the seventh round of the 2009 NFL Draft. Show More Summary

Eagles should avoid tagging Jeremy Maclin

PHILADELPHIA -- We'll know in a few hours if the Philadelphia Eagles decide to place the franchise tag on wide receiver Jeremy Maclin. The deadline for tagging players is 4 p.m. It says here that tagging Maclin would be a mistake inspired by previous mistakes -- hardly a good way to go about the business of running an NFL team. Show More Summary

Philadelphia Eagles' Blueprint for Winning Free Agency

With plenty of cap space and plenty of needs, the Philadelphia Eagles are expected to be major players in free agency when the market opens on March 10. That being said, winning in the NFL isn’t as simple as spending the most money or...Show More Summary

Free Agency or Draft: How Should Philadelphia Eagles Fill Their Biggest Holes?

The Philadelphia Eagles are set to head into free agency and then the NFL draft, which will allow Chip Kelly an opportunity to better his roster for the 2015 season. The 2014 club was effective in the sense that the Eagles won 10 games...Show More Summary

How Will the Philadelphia Eagles Replace Todd Herremans in 2015?

The Philadelphia Eagles released the longest-tenured member of their team today, as right guard Todd Herremans ' time in Philly came to an end after 10 seasons. Herremans, 32, was scheduled to earn $5.2 million in 2015, per Spotrac. That's a sizable amount for a veteran coming off easily the worst season of his career. Show More Summary

Philadelphia Eagles: 5 Candidates to Take Todd Herremans' Spot in 2015

The Philadelphia Eagles confirmed Friday that they have released Todd Herremans. A 10-year veteran and the team's longest-tenured offensive player, Herremans was scheduled to make $5.2 million in 2015. That's a lot of money to pay for...Show More Summary

Todd Herremans' Release Will Loom Large for Philadelphia Eagles

On the backside of a season where the Philadelphia Eagles did not make the playoffs, the team will add more questions about its shifting roster as it released veteran offensive lineman Todd Herremans, according to ESPN’s Adam Caplan. The Eagles drafted the 10-year veteran from Saginaw Valley State in the fourth round of the 2005 NFL draft. Show More Summary

Is Todd Herremans' Replacement Already on Philadelphia Eagles Roster?

While the move has not been officially announced by the team, ESPN’s Adam Caplan reports the Philadelphia Eagles are expected to release Todd Herremans. The news begs the question of who will be lining up at right guard come September. Some...Show More Summary

Can the Philadelphia Eagles Afford to Trade Up for Marcus Mariota?

The NFL draft is fast approaching, and with just over two months to go until the NFL's offseason Super Bowl, the most compelling storyline across the league is hitting full stride. The story, of course, is whether the Philadelphia Eagles...Show More Summary

Todd Herremans to Be Released by Eagles: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

The Philadelphia Eagles are reportedly set to release guard Todd Herremans, a stalwart member of the team's offensive line for the past decade. Adam Caplan of ESPN passed along word of the move: The Eagles selected Herremans in the fourth round of the 2005 draft. Show More Summary

Philadelphia Eagles Could Struggle to Upgrade at Safety in 2015 Offseason

When the Philadelphia Eagles re-signed Nate Allen to a one-year contract last offseason, it was in part for lack of better options at safety. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but 2015 could be more of the same. The Eagles will likely...Show More Summary

Updating Philadelphia Eagles' 1st-Round Big Board Post-Combine

The NFL Scouting Combine has come and gone, and to be honest, the Philadelphia Eagles’ big board shouldn’t have changed much. While measurables are certainly important to some degree, most of the evaluation process should come down to what’s on the game tape. Show More Summary

Peter King thinks the Eagles could give the Redskins the world to draft Marcus Mariota at No. 5

It’s a NFL mock draft. NFL mock drafts, of course, are ridiculous. But in his first foray into mock draft season, MMQB’s Peter King came up with a fresh angle on just how the Philadelphia Eagles might get Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota. It involves shipping a ton of draft picks to the Washington Redskins, a […]

Philadelphia Eagles' Ultimate Free-Agency to-Do List

With the official start of free agency set to begin in early March, the Philadelphia Eagles have several moves to make to ensure they put the best possible team on the field in 2015. There are 10 free agents on this roster in all, and two of them that could theoretically qualify for the franchise tag. Show More Summary

5 Hidden Gems the Philadelphia Eagles Should Have Noticed at the Combine

The Philadelphia Eagles are one of those franchises that learned the ultimate lesson of the NFL Scouting Combine. About this time every year, we are reminded of Mike Mamula, the pass-rusher/workout warrior out of Boston College who elevated...Show More Summary

Philadelphia Eagles: 6 Best Options to Replace Cary Williams This Offseason

The Philadelphia Eagles probably shouldn't have opened the 2013 season with Cary Williams and Bradley Fletcher as their starting cornerbacks. They definitely shouldn't have in 2014. And they absolutely cannot in 2015. This time, there...Show More Summary

Chip Kelly eyeballs DBs at the combine

PHILADELPHIA -- Monday was a big day on the Philadelphia Eagles' journey from mock drafts to the real NFL draft. On the last day of the NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis, defensive backs hit the field for workouts. Cornerback is the position most connected to the Eagles in mock drafts. Show More Summary

Redrafting the 2014 Draft Class for the Philadelphia Eagles

One of the biggest reasons why the Philadelphia Eagles collapsed in December and missed the postseason in 2014 was their lack of contribution from the rookie class. On paper, the 2014 draft for the Philadelphia Eagles has not been one to write home about. Show More Summary

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