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  • What Does 'Open For Business' Mean For Draft?

    As Howie Roseman and Joe Douglas met the media on Thursday at the NovaCare Complex to dish on pre-NFL Draft thoughts, Roseman set off some food for thought – not to mention a whole lot of fan speculation – when he expressed the team’s current state of mind. “We’re open for business,” Roseman said, “in every round ...

  • Jordan Hicks Update And The MLB Question

    When he’s been on the field as the middle man in the Eagles’ defense, Jordan Hicks has been an outstanding football player. He’s always around the ball. He has a knack for takeaways. He rarely makes a mental mistake, and Hicks has the physical tools to be stout against the run and stay on the field to play sideline to sideline in pass coverage ...

  • 'The New Norm' Is Eagles' Daily Game

    “The new norm” is a daily level of expectation a Super Bowl champion carries with it. This is not a burden in any way. It is a challenge. To go from a "hunter" team to a "hunted" team, to know the path to the Lombardi Trophy, this is the "new norm" for the Philadelphia Eagles, and they aren’t shying away from ...

  • Big Week(s) Of Action For Eagles Ahead

    It all feels right, where the Eagles are right now and what they’ve accomplished in free agency. The team has been aggressive and creative and logical. They’ve addressed needs. They’ve eliminated any in-the-draft temptations to “reach” at a position ...

  • Eagles Share Lombardi Trophy with Fans

    This is not a normal Saturday morning at Lincoln Financial Field in early April. There are dozens of Eagles in line in the Red Zone Suites on the north end of the stadium, all decked out in Midnight Green. Patience. Smiles. Happiness. The fans waited 52 years for an Eagles Super Bowl, so standing for 15 minutes or so before posing with the Vince Lombardi Trophy is nothing but a treat ...

  • Two Veterans Added Who Could Help In 2018

    Two days, two veterans added and the Eagles are taking care of the “need” part of the roster well in advance of the NFL Draft three weeks from now. Signing Paul Worrilow to the linebacker corps provides excellent depth to a unit that has some question marks, and with Worrilow’s 52 NFL starts and his experience playing in the middle and on the outside, the Eagles just got a lot better there. Bringing in Richard Rodgers to the tight end group ...

  • LB Paul Worrilow Makes Sense For Eagles

    That Paul Worrilow is coming “home,” to play for the Philadelphia Eagles (he is a Wilmington, DE native and played collegiately at the University of Delaware) isn’t why he and the Eagles agreed to terms on a one-year deal on Tuesday ...

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