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  • WR Mack Hollins And His Rookie Life

    It is good, very good, to be back in a football routine, Mack Hollins acknowledges. The workdays last for 10 hours, plus private study time back at the hotel, but Hollins is loving every bit of it. He’s been an Eagle for three weeks and change now, and he’s ready for the next test: Organized Team Activities ...

  • Offense Is Complete: Now What?

    The changes are significant, deep, and potentially impactful for the Eagles' offense in 2017. In the course of free agency and the draft, the Eagles have overhauled their wide receiver corps and altered their personality in the running back room. How do the moves impact the design and upside of the offense ahead? ...

  • Roseman: Blount A Tempo-Setter At RB

    LeGarrette Blount is a 250-pound force who scored 15 rushing touchdowns inside the 10-yard line last season with New England. Blount is a very snug fit for the Eagles, and that’s why he’s here on a one-year deal ...

  • Brandon Graham Sets Sights On A Big '17

    He is smiling. Always smiling. Brandon Graham can light up a city block with the wattage from his smile, and as he’s relaxing at the NovaCare Complex with Organized Team Activities ahead, he wants to make something perfectly clear ...

  • Coaching Takes Center Stage Now

    Three days of Rookie Minicamp ended on Sunday morning as the players gathered on the NovaCare Complex practice fields at 11:21 a.m. and listened as head coach Doug Pederson gave his final messages for the weekend. One step down, many more to go as the coaching part of the equation comes into focus ...

  • Is Pumphrey A Home Run Hitter?

    Donnel Pumphrey doesn’t take “no” for an answer. He has been told “since Pop Warner days” that he is too small to play running back. An FBS-record 6,405 rushing yards and 67 touchdowns later in four seasons at San Diego State, Pumphrey is in the NFL with the Eagles, looking to make his mark in the offense ...

  • Sidney Jones Talks About His Recovery

    Sidney Jones says he is not, by nature, a patient man. So having to watch practice from the sidelines and having to work day to day on his recovery from a torn Achilles tendon is, of course, a challenge. He isn’t backing down, though. The Eagles’ second-round draft pick knows that, in time, he’s going to be right ...

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