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Backup quarterback Trent Edwards signed a one-year extension Wednesday.

Special teams ace Colt Anderson is "close" to returning.

Dave Spadaro takes a look at Wednesday's game and looks ahead to Sunday.

The Eagles are preparing to face running back Trent Richardson and corner Joe Haden on Sunday.

Browns rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden is preparing for the Eagles' pass rush.

The Reynolds brothers have reunited in Philadelphia.

Brandon Graham and Danny Watkins understand the pressure of being the top pick.

Head coach Andy Reid said Anderson and wide receiver Riley Cooper will not play Sunday.

Other Views

Owner Jeffery Lurie has a singular obsession.

Defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins compares rookie Fletcher Cox to one of the best in the game.

Les Bowen takes a look at the keys to the season for the Eagles.

Which Eagles will have a big year? Sheil Kapadia asked the players themselves.

The Eagles defense has found its comfort zone.

Rookie Fletcher Cox isn't worried about comparisons. He's just working hard.

The offensive line believes it can help quarterback Michael Vick succeed.

The top two picks from the 2010 NFL Draft are eager to prove themselves.

Cornerback Curtis Marsh will get his chances this season.

The team's young players are out to show that age is just a number.

Even without Jason Peters, the offensive linemen expect a more cohesive unit this year.

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