The Eagles were among the most active teams at proposing rules changes to be voted on at the upcoming league meeting, but now they're pulling back most of their proposals. According to CSNPhilly.com, the Eagles have withdrawn four of the five changes they had proposed.
There are three running backs worthy of being a first-round pick, that doesn't mean the Eagles should draft one. By Paul Hudrick
Earlier this week, we cut up video of Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith, showing all of their targets in 2016. Today we'll look another free agent acquisition who is more of a known commodity, Nick Foles.
Who will step up?
Long snapping is a unique skill, and few NFL players have more than one player who can do it well. So after the Eagles lost both their starting long snapper and their emergency backup long snapper in the same game last year, they're seeking to expand protections for long snappers in 2017.
Philadelphia Eagles news and links for 3/25/17.
At a time when most NFL figures steer clear of anything remotely political, one owner has spoken out against the current political system in general. In a column posted at Time.
Connor Barwin gets it. He understands.
Eagles owner Jeff Lurie, typically not outspoken, authored a story for Time Magazine railing against political polarization in Washington. By Dave Zangaro