Good Morning, Eagles fans. Monday was a fantastic day for the Eagles, as the organization participated in the 18th annual Playground Build. After a day of helping out in the community, we're now another step closer to the NFL Draft. Tune in to Eagles Live! at noon for all of the latest Eagles coverage, but until then, enjoy Tuesday's top stories ...
Speaking at the Eagles Playground Build, Chip Kelly explained that the team's decision to release DeSean Jackson was purely a football decision.
Howie Roseman also discussed Jackson's release, saying that the team wants to build a roster with a long-term vision.
Eagles chairman and CEO Jeffrey Lurie spoke to the media as well, expressing his trust in Chip Kelly.
Lurie also voiced his contempt for racist comments in the world of sports.
Monday's Playground Build was a day of change in more ways than one writes Dave Spadaro.
Greg Lewis, the only Eagles wide receiver to catch a touchdown in a Super Bowl, is featured in this week's Alumni Alley.
In this seven-round mock draft, the Eagles take a corner back in the first round and a tight end in round two.
Mike Mayock breaks down the offensive linemen of this year's draft class.
Chip Kelly: Johnny Manziel "broke my heart"
Eagles beat reporter Zach Berman selects a wide receiver for the Eagles in NFL.com's On the Beat mock draft.