Here's your daily news roundup for Saturday, September 1 ...
The Eagles claimed offensive lineman Nathan Menkin off waivers from the Texans.
Dave Spadaro analyzes the makeup of the initial 53-man roster.
Youth and depth highlight Howie Roseman's job shaping the 2012 Eagles.
Here is the list and notes of the Eagles' cuts from Friday night.
Here is a position-by-position breakdown of the offense.
Here is a position-by-position breakdown of the defense and special teams.
The Eagles acquired safety David Sims from the Browns for a draft pick.
Trent Edwards proved that the preseason truly matters.
Chas Henry won the punting job over Mat McBriar.
Eagles go with Trent Edwards over Mike Kafka as the No. 3 quarterback.
Trent Edwards stays and Mike Kafka goes as Eagles trim roster to 53.
Do the Eagles still need more depth at safety?
How did Trent Edwards beat out Mike Kafka for the No. 3 quarterback job?
General manager Howie Roseman explains the method behind the tough roster decisions.
Rookie Brandon Boykin wins the nickel cornerback job over Joselio Hanson.
Defensive end Darryl Tapp reportedly took a pay cut to remain with the Eagles.
Oshiomogho Atogwe was among the Eagles' roster cuts.
Quarterback Nick Foles is ready to be the primary backup quarterback.
Defensive tackle Antonio Dixon was named to Pete Prisco's All-Cuts team.
Wide receiver Jeremy Maclin was named to Pro Football Weekly's All-Underrated team.
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