Philadelphia Eagles Offensive Outlook for 2016.
Buddy Ryan, who was the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles for five seasons from 1986-1990, passed away on Tuesday at the age of 82; Ryan was known as the defensive mastermind and defensive coordinator of one of the greatest defensive units ever assembled of the 1985 Chicago Bears who won Super Bowl XX and what ultimately lead to him getting the Eagles head coaching job for the 1986 season.
On Monday, the Philadelphia Eagles and defensive end Fletcher Cox agreed to a six-year deal worth $103 million with $63 million guaranteed and a $26 million signing bonus; the deal pays Cox the second most for a non-quarterback in league history.
The Philadelphia Eagles have signed defensive tackle Derrick Lott and released punter Ryan Quigley.
On Thursday, the Philadelphia Eagles have announced that they have signed their second overall pick from the 2016 NFL Draft, Carson Wentz, to a four-year, $26.7 million deal; his deal will also include a $17.6 million signing bonus as well.
Malcolm Jenkins told reporters he played the second half against the Dallas Cowboys with a concussion. Jenkins missed practice on Wednesday, but returned to the field on Thursday.
The Philadelphia Eagles have placed inside linebacker Jordan Hicks on the season-ending IR list. Hicks suffered a torn pec during Sunday's overtime win against the Dallas Cowboys.
Jordan Hicks injures his pectoral muscle during Sunday's overtime win against the Dallas Cowboys. Hicks will undergo an MRI on Monday afternoon.
Pat Shurmur hints that DeMarco Murray has been dealing with an injury during the early part of the season. Murray has just 307 rushing yards in six games for the Eagles.
Kiko Alonso says he will play on Sunday night against the Dallas Cowboys. Alonso hasn't played since he injured his knee during the Week 2 loss to the Cowboys.