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  • Offense Needs Work, But No Time To Panic

    Nobody is pretending that the Eagles' offense is humming like a high-octane automobile. The players and coaches are experiencing some frustrating moments in preseason games and they have wrinkles to iron out and they know that a lot of work needs to be done before the regular season opens on September 10 against Washington ...

  • CB Darby Leads The Way In Eagles Debut

    It’s only been a week and one quarter of one preseason game, but it’s very fair to be excited about the possibilities with cornerback Ronald Darby added to this defense. His athleticism was on display in Thursday night’s preseason 20-16 win over Buffalo when Darby had an interception and another pass defensed and made everyone aware of just what he can mean to the Eagles ...

  • Preseason Game 2: A Primer For Tonight

    Welcome to the preseason home opener against Buffalo, with that reunion-sort of feel to it. Running back LeSean McCoy returns to Lincoln Financial Field. Familiar faces dot Sean McDermott’s Bills coaching staff. Eagles offensive tackle Jason Peters, linebacker Nigel Bradham, safety Corey Graham, cornerback Ron Brooks and, of course, defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz all have ties to Buffalo ...

  • Offensive Goal: Start To Click In Run Game

    A portion of the Eagles’ offseason mission was to surround quarterback Carson Wentz with more weapons and give him the best chance to have success in 2017. Don’t make the mistake of thinking those resources were provided only for the passing game. The running game is expected to benefit as well ...

  • Hicks Takes Control Of The Defense

    Life is good for Jordan Hicks. He’s in his third season with the Eagles, his second as the defensive leader at middle linebacker. Hicks is the brains of the defense’s operation and he’s got big things in mind for the Eagles in 2017 ...

  • Who Steps Up To Fill Slot Receiver Role?

    Position flexibility is the key, says head coach Doug Pederson, as the Eagles now go about the task of replacing the 75 catches, six touchdowns, and 12 yards per reception Jordan Matthews produced for the offense in his three seasons here. It won’t necessarily be one person asked to put up those numbers, Pederson insists ...

  • Darby Another Young Piece Added To Core

    The acquisition of cornerback Ronald Darby in a trade that sent wide receiver Jordan Matthews and a 2018 third-round draft pick to Buffalo on Friday was, in theory, in the works since the 2016 season as the Eagles watched an offense that lacked weapons around franchise quarterback Carson Wentz and a Jim Schwartz defense bogged down without reliable cornerbacks ...

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