It was a busy day at the NovaCare Complex Monday. Catch up on all the headlines right here...
Head coach Andy Reid named Nick Foles the starting quarterback for the rest of the season.
Reid explained the decision to relieve defensive line coach Jim Washburn of his duties.
The Eagles filled out their roster Tuesday by signing offensive lineman Matt Kopa.
All eyes will be on Foles for the remainder of the year.
The coaching change impacts the young players along the d-line.
With four games left, Dave Spadaro is focusing on the big picture.
Wide receiver and punt returner Damaris Johnson made history Sunday night.
Running back LeSean McCoy is still sidelined with a concussion.
Two young Eagles are giving fans reason for optimism.
Defensive end Brandon Graham stood out against the Cowboys.
Reid believes starting Foles for the remainder of the season is the right thing to do.
Will some of the Eagles' young defenders see increased playing time?
Foles and running back Bryce Brown have been worth watching.
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