Speed is the big "need" for the Eagles, right? Well, they are looking for more than that.
Taking an inside look at the changes made to the coaching staff, personnel department, and player performance.
With some pieces in place, what do the Eagles add to go from good to great?
The focus is on repeating in the NFC East, something no team has done since 2004.
From Miles Sanders to Genard Avery, internal improvement is critical.
Coaching staff moves, free agency, and the NFL Draft are all ahead.
A six-pack of takeaways from Championship Sunday.
DeSean Jackson and Alshon Jeffery are a nice start. Then what?
A second-round draft pick in 2017, Jones' path has not gone as planned.
Miles Sanders was a star as a rookie. For most of the others, we'll have to wait and see.
That is one of the many takeaways from Roseman/Pederson State of the team press conference.
The Eagles enter the offseason with a lot to build upon, and a lot of work to do.
Poor play in the red zone and Russell Wilson combine to end the 2019 campaign at Lincoln Financial Field.
Ball security, no deep plays allowed, and a fast start will make us all happy.
The Eagles have a healthy three-headed backfield ready for Seattle
Some choice Jason Kelce thoughts and statistics that mean something in the postseason.
Walkthroughs started on Wednesday with many roster questions that need answers.
Wilson is 4-0 against the Eagles in his NFL career.
Next for the Eagles: The playoffs and a rematch against Seattle.
A 34-17 win over the Giants was the perfect example of the Eagles overcoming more adversity.
All the injuries, all the practice squad players ... it has taken a village for the Eagles.
Matchups and concepts to watch with NFC East title on the line Sunday.
Howard missed six games with a shoulder injury after a strong start.
The Eagles Insider gets the stories from the locker room with the Giants in focus.
A significant rib injury didn't stop Ertz from helping the Eagles on Sunday.
The Eagles quickly put behind them the Dallas game and now have New York in focus.
The 17-9 win was a testament to a resilient roster shining at just the right time.
Eagles must play to their strengths to win on Sunday against Dallas.
QB Carson Wentz is playing his best football when the Eagles need him most.
The Eagles have struggled the last three games sustaining momentum and limiting big plays.
Looking back at a big win in 1999 as well as Eagles-Cowboys matchups with playoffs on the line.
Carson Wentz threw three touchdown passes, the final one to wide receiver Greg Ward.
WR Nelson Agholor and RB Jordan Howard, along with DE Derek Barnett, were downgraded to out.
Drafted, released, injured, and now an Eagle, Davis prepares for Washington.
DeSean Jackson, Alshon Jeffery, and Nelson Agholor? Injuries have taken a toll and opened doors for others.
The Eagles have no time to celebrate the overtime win with Washington next.
Wentz leads the way as Eagles come back to win in thrilling OT fashion.
From intensity to weather to the passing game, a lot is on the line.
The Eagles donned full pads and had good focus in preparation for New York.
Which is the real Eagles defense? Players looking to get back to dominating.
The second-round draft pick is producing in standout fashion as a rookie.
The players returned to work on Wednesday, having flushed away the loss in Miami.
The loss in Miami lingers as the Eagles turn their focus toward the Giants.
The defense had all kinds of trouble against Miami to drop Eagles to 5-7.
The Eagles' mission, after all that has happened: Win in Miami and go from there.
The star right tackle is now signed through the 2025 season.
The third-year placekicker has been consistent, clutch, and goooood from long range.
Join the Eagles Insider for a trip around the locker room with Fletcher Cox, Andre Dillard, Nelson Agholor, and Cre'Von LeBlanc.
A favorable schedule, a veteran team, and some players getting healthy are some of the reasons for optimism.
Five giveaways, four from Wentz, hurt Eagles in 17-9 loss on Sunday.
An offense that had it all in the summer has been ravaged by injuries.
The Eagles' QB looks forward to a bounce-back game against Seattle.
Eagles Insider Dave Spadaro lists the four areas that the coaching staff must focus on as head coach Doug Pederson weighs in with his observations.
After a 10-0 lead, the offense failed to generate much else as Patriots score game's final 17 points.
Signed on Friday, Ajayi says he is ready to play Sunday, replacing Darren Sproles on the 53-man roster.
Brandon Graham and other Eagles talk about beating the 'mystique' of the New England Patriots.
When the Eagles and Patriots play this week, a playoff push is the focus.
The deal helps cement the long-term stability along the offensive line for the Eagles.
We're on course for a classic battle Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field.
Eagles trending in right direction with Patriots, Seahawks next in line.
Minus DeSean Jackson, the Eagles have plenty of weapons to win on offense.
At 5-4, they have a lot to look forward to as the stretch run begins.
Early offense and a late scoring drive highlight Eagles' win over Bears.
He plays his former team on Sunday, but is focused only on a win.
Jackson has practiced all week and hopes to return to lineup against Bears.
The Eagles' placekicker had a sensational first half of 2019, maintaining a strong presence at the league's most volatile position.
The new Eagles defensive end is excited to get going in this defensive scheme.
A look back and a look to the final eight regular-season games for the 4-4 Eagles.
The second-year player fell out of favor in Cleveland after a scheme change.
Jordan Howard and Miles Sanders paced a dominating ground attack.
After a week that included a lot of words, the Eagles are focused on the Bills and winning a football game. 'That's the bottom line.'
The Eagles' QB is looking to correct mistakes and get the team back to its winning ways.
The Eagles looked stacked there in the summer, right? Now they're relying on rookies signed off practice squads.
Malcolm Jenkins and the Eagles return, with Buffalo next Sunday in focus.
As much as the Eagles are hurting after the loss in Dallas, the season can still be salvaged. Here's how.
All three phases of the team contributed to the worst performance of the season.
Accounting for injuries and execution ahead of Sunday's game.
A scouting report on No. 21, who fuels Dallas' offensive plans.
Injuries, among other things, have cast an unusual shadow on this rivalry.
The release of Zach Brown and Nigel Bradham's health status change the picture at linebacker.