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Banged-up: Eagles Scale Back Wednesday Practice
The Eagles are so banged-up early in the season that they've shifted to late-season mode and canceled their Wednesday practice.
Upcoming Schedule Could Have Eagles Juggling Back of Roster
Defensive tackle Tim Jernigan (broken foot) and running back Corey Clement (shoulder) are likely already off the table for the Lions, according to NFL sources.
Depleted Eagles Come Up Short in Atlanta
Murphy's Law invaded Atlanta on Sunday night and it set its sights on the Philadelphia Eagles.
Eagles’ Spence is All Smiles to be in Philadelphia
The goal is for Akeem Spence to be part of the Eagles' rotation inside with Fletcher Cox, Tim Jernigan, and Hassan Ridgeway moving forward.
Eagles: Wentz Preaches Patience Against Quinn’s Falcons
Before Dan Quinn got the big chair in Atlanta, he buttressed his resume as Pete Carroll's defensive coordinator in Seattle.
Eagles: From Anxiety to Elation, DeSean Delivers
“It was a roller coaster the past 48 hours,” Jackson admitted. “... At the start of the game, it [the anxiety] went down." Literally, [Saturday] night going to sleep, all day in meetings, I was racing, I just couldn’t stay calm."
Eagles Rebound From Slow Start to Top Redskins
Jay Gruden gave the Eagles some good advice when it comes to DeSean Jackson.
For the Eagles, a Strong Defense is Always Important in D.C.
A strong defense is always a goal for politicians inside the Beltway. However, for the Washington Redskins, it might be a necessity.
Eagles are Ready to Unveil Their ‘Well-oiled Machines’
Doug Pederson preferred the term "well-oiled machines" on Wednesday when discussing his impressive skill-position group, which is considered his best since he took over as head coach.
Pederson Wants His Offense Working for Wentz
While discussing his offense and the quarterback's role in it, the Eagles' coach was asked about one of his core beliefs as a play caller, "let the offense work for you."