Philadelphia Eagles News

Thursday Morning Headlines

Training Camp rolls on, as the team will practice Thursday afternoon, rain or shine.

Riley Cooper's apology.

All the observations, news and notes from Wednesday's practice.

As president of the Buffalo Bills, Eagles senior football advisor Tom Donahoe brought Jason Peters into the NFL in 2004 and has proudly watched his development over the years.

Anthony Patch, Eagles director of college scouting, spoke about a few members of the team's 2013 draft class.

Head coach Chip Kelly was unfazed by reports that NFL referees will not cater to the Eagles' up-tempo pace on offense and said the team will play by the rules.

Alec Halaby, special assistant to general manager Howie Roseman, is known for his analytical acumen and has carved out an integral role in the Eagles player personnel department.

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Center Jason Kelce lauded the Eagles' new sports science program and how it helped him recover from his ACL tear.

Running back Chris Polk is not only having an impressive Training Camp as a runner and receiver, but also as a pass blocker.

Rookie free agent and recent signing Travis Long, an outside linebacker, took part in his first NFL practice and is working hard to get up to speed.

Second-year cornerback Eddie Whitley, who's fighting to make the 53-man roster, is the subject of this player profile.

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