Here's your daily news roundup for Friday, August 31 ...
Chairman/CEO Jeffrey Lurie delivered his State of the Team Address.
The Eagles concluded a perfect preseason with a 28-10 win over the Jets.
QB Michael Vick declared he is ready for the season to begin.
QB Trent Edwards states his case for the No. 3 quarterback job.
Head coach Andy Reid knows that there are difficult decisions ahead.
Could the Eagles keep both Bryce Brown and Chris Polk at running back?
WR Mardy Gilyard wants to be a part of a "special team."
The NFL passed two rules impacting the trade deadline and Injured Reserve.
Chairman/CEO Jeffrey Lurie asserts that he controls the Eagles.
Can Nick Foles deliver in the regular season if Michael Vick gets injured?
Eagles down Jets as Trent Edwards makes his case to be the No. 3 quarterback.
It looks like the Eagles could add a safety over the weekend.
Chas Henry handles all of the punting duties in the Eagles' win.
There are a lot of predictions regarding the Eagles' final 53-man roster.
Seven Eagles made Pete Prisco's All-NFC East team.
Here is ESPN's preview of the 2012 Eagles.
Here is a national take on Thursday night's Jets-Eagles game.
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