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Tuesday Morning Headlines

A busy Monday brought the conclusion of rookie camp, a roster move and some bad news about all-Pro left tackle Jason Peters. How did the Eagles' universe respond? Let's round up the headlines for Tuesday, May 15 ...

The Eagles confirmed that Jason Peters re-ruptured his Achilles in a story originally reported by Derrick Gunn of Comcast Sportsnet. What does it mean for his 2012 season?

Are the Eagles nearing an extension with Pro Bowl running back LeSean McCoy?

Safety is still a position of major interest for the Eagles this summer.

Undrafted wide receiver Damaris Johnson made an impression this weekend with his speed as he looks to rebound from an unfortunate close to his college career.

Seventh-round pick Bryce Brown is hoping his professional career will be more productive than his college one.

What did the rookie camp tell us about the Eagles defense?

Jeremy Maclin's birthday provided a comparison point for how far he's come over the last year.

If he retires, as is a reported possibility, former Eagles center Jamaal Jackson would leave a legacy of professionalism, says Ray Didinger.

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