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Tuesday Morning Headlines

The Eagles return to practice Tuesday after four days off, as they prepare for Sunday afternoon's game in Denver against the 3-0 Broncos.

During their day off Monday, defensive linemen Fletcher Cox and Vinny Curry made a visit to Children's Hospital of Philadelphia to interact with patients, play games, sign autographs and pose for photos.

The Eagles and SCA Americas, with the help of outside linebacker Connor Barwin and former great Bill Bergey, teamed up to plant 300 trees in the Eagles Forest in Neshaminy State Park.

The Eagles released offensive lineman Isaac Remington and signed wide receiver Will Murphy to the practice squad.

The Eagles released cornerback Brandon Hughes from Injured Reserve with an injury settlement.

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The Eagles' mistakes, though troublesome, are also fixable, and that is an encouraging sign.

Vinny Curry performed well against the Chiefs in his first action of 2013 and is making a case for more playing time.

Chip Kelly's journey to becoming an NFL head coach began 20 years ago at Johns Hopkins University, where he served as the defensive coordinator.

Here is a brief profile of cornerback Roc Carmichael, the most recent signing to the Eagles 53-man roster.

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