The Eagles officially wrapped up Training Camp and the preseason Thursday night with a 27-20 loss to the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ. With the August 31 deadline for final cuts on the horizon, the 53-man roster will soon be set and the team will begin preparations for its first game of the 2013 regular season against the Washington Redskins.
There is no time to rest for the Eagles, as general manager Howie Roseman and the player personnel department now have to put together the best 53-man roster.
After Thursday night's preseason finale, quarterbacks Nick Foles and Matt Barkley reflected on the game and preseason as a whole.
Inside linebacker Emmanuel Acho capped a strong Training Camp with a dominant performance against the Jets.
Nate Allen and Earl Wolff started as the safety tandem against the Jets, with each making one final push to earn the starting spot opposite Patrick Chung.
Safety Kurt Coleman had to play emergency cornerback against the Jets due to injury and performed admirably.
Wide receiver Jeff Maehl had a breakout game against the Jets and led the Eagles with eight catches for 61 yards.
The NFL and thousands of retired players reached a monumental settlement on the concussion lawsuit.
Undrafted free agent offensive tackle Matt Tobin has stood out to coaches with his play throughout Training Camp and preseason.
Some observations and notes from the Eagles-Jets game.