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Philadelphia Eagles rank 141st in ESPN salary survey

Philadelphia Eagles rank 141st in ESPN salary survey

ESPN.com Updated May 21 (yesterday)
Philadelphia Eagles rank 141st in ESPN salary survey
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  • Having Tebow is a plus for Eagles

    Having Tebow is a plus for Eagles

    philly.com 2 hours ago
    The Eagles will hold three days of organized team activities this week, which is the NFL's euphemism for voluntary practice sessions that are usually anything but. And while there are collectively bargained restrictions on the nature of the drills and w…
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  • Eagles chat with Zach Berman

    Eagles chat with Zach Berman

    philly.com May 19 (4 days ago)
    Join the Inquirer's Zach Berman for his weekly Eagles chat, starting today at noon.
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  • Eagles - and maybe Tebow - could cash in on closer 2-point conv…

    Eagles - and maybe Tebow - could cash in on closer 2-point conversion

    philly.com May 17 (5 days ago)
    The team that could not score from the 1-yard line two times with the 49ers game on the line in September wants all two-point conversions to be from that distance. And it just so happens that the Eagles could have a roster this year that is better equip…
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  • After a rough rookie year, Eagles’ Marcus Smith is adding muscl…

    After a rough rookie year, Eagles’ Marcus Smith is adding muscle

    profootballtalk.com May 17 (6 days ago)
    Marcus Smith was a major disappointment as the Eagles’ first-round draft pick last season. A linebacker who was drafted with the expectation that he’d make an instant impact on Philadelphia’s defense, Smith instead barely played and didn’t record a sing…
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  • Michael Irvin: Eagles the favorites because of DeMarco Murray

    Michael Irvin: Eagles the favorites because of DeMarco Murray

    Michael Irvin wants to be a homer. But he also knows when he’s talking to a home audience. During an appearance on Philadelphia’s WPEN, the Cowboys Hall of Fame wide receiver declared the Eagles the favorites in the NFC East, primarily because of the re…
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  • Eagles Notes:  Eagles propose changes to two-point conversion

    Eagles Notes: Eagles propose changes to two-point conversion

    The NFL will consider three proposals for changing the extra point at the spring meetings next week. One is from the Eagles.
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  • Source: Michael Vick wants to be a starter again

    Source: Michael Vick wants to be a starter again

    philly.com May 14
    Former NFL wide receiver Chris Chambers said the former Eagles quarterback wants to play three more seasons.
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  • Reasons to trust Chip Kelly with Eagles' wide receivers

    Reasons to trust Chip Kelly with Eagles' wide receivers

    philly.com May 14
    Will Chip Kelly's decisions put team in position to win?
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  • Word on the Birds: Sam Bradford Breakdown

    Word on the Birds: Sam Bradford Breakdown

    philly.com May 14
    On today's Word on the Birds, Philly.com's Pat Gallen and Dave Spadaro of PhiladelphiaEagles.com provide their thoughts on Sam Bradford and whether he is the Eagles’ long-term answer at QB.
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  • The Eagles have signed all of their draft picks

    The Eagles have signed all of their draft picks

    The Eagles have their entire draft class under contract. Third-round linebacker Jordan Hicks agreed to his deal on Thursday, which means that all six picks from Chip Kelly’s first draft running the personnel show in Philadelphia have been signed. Hicks …
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  • Connor Barwin, Mark Sanchez visit train crash victims in hospit…

    Connor Barwin, Mark Sanchez visit train crash victims in hospital (Photos)

    yahoo.com May 14
    Two days after Monday night’s deadly Amtrak train crash in Philadelphia, Philadelphia Eagles players Connor Barwin and Mark Sanchez were at Temple University Hospital in North Philly to visit with victims and their families. The two apparently showed up…
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  • Chip Kelly continues to add to sports science staff

    Chip Kelly continues to add to sports science staff

    Football is not rocket science, despite what coaches who draw Xs and Os in funny patterns might tell you. But the Eagles continue to add scientists to their staff, in Chip Kelly’s continued quest to look for any edge in performance of his players. Accor…
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  • Eagles add to personnel staff, bring Dwayne Joseph from Bears

    Eagles add to personnel staff, bring Dwayne Joseph from Bears

    The Eagles have added more help for their personnel side, after removing some remnants of the previous regime earlier this month. Via CSNPhilly.com, the Eagles named Dwayne Joseph their new director of pro personnel. Joseph had been working for the Bear…
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  • For Eagles, 'Tebow Rule' would be a godsend

    For Eagles, 'Tebow Rule' would be a godsend

    philly.com May 13
    Birds' proposal that two-point conversion attempts start on the 1-yard line would allow them to utilize Tim Tebow in novel way.
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  • Even Eagles not immune to NFL's 'over-discipline'

    Even Eagles not immune to NFL's 'over-discipline'

    philly.com May 13
    Everyone had better be careful now. This is the reality of an NFL leadership group that just suspended the league's most famous and accomplished star for favoring a softer football and failing to come clean about his preference.
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  • Victor Cruz has started cutting in rehab from torn patellar ten…

    Victor Cruz has started cutting in rehab from torn patellar tendon

    Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz said recently that he has “no doubt” that he’ll be ready to play in the team’s season opener and that he’ll be the same player he was before tearing his patellar tendon during a game against the Eagles last season. Befor…
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  • Eagles, sixth-round cornerback Shepherd come to terms

    Eagles, sixth-round cornerback Shepherd come to terms

    JaCorey Shepherd's deal leaves just one unsigned draft choice, third-round linebacker Jordan Hicks.
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  • Malcolm Bunche gets dream opportunity with Eagles

    Malcolm Bunche gets dream opportunity with Eagles

    philly.com May 12
    He grew up an Eagles fan. His father was drafted by the team in 1979. Now the rookie free agent will try to make the o-line.
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  • Video - Irvin: Eagles will win NFC East 03:38

    Irvin: Eagles will win NFC East

    May 15
    Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless discuss Michael Irvin's comments about DeMarco Murray and the Eagles being the favorites to win the NFC East.
  • Video - Eagles could be a good fit for Sam Bradford 01:36

    Eagles could be a good fit for Sam Bradford

    May 15
    Eagles reporter Phil Sheridan says quarterback Sam Bradford will be judged on his performance and not expectations.
  • Video - Eagles eye cornerbacks to fill void at safety 01:49

    Eagles eye cornerbacks to fill void at safety

    May 9
    ESPN Eagles reporter Phil Sheridan says Philadelphia is trying to identify a safety to start alongside Malcolm Jenkins - but the primary candidates would prefer to play cornerback.
  • Video - Chip Kelly's plan for Eagles 04:19

    Chip Kelly's plan for Eagles

    May 6
    ESPN NFL Insider Ashley Fox discusses coach Chip Kelly's roster overhaul and the culture in Philadelphia's locker room.

Sports Columnists

  • J.J. Watt's bruise continues storied tradition of athletes playing through…

    May 21
    The photo of J.J. Watt's bruise is nasty, but imagine playing with torn knee ligaments or a tooth stuck in your arm. Jeffri Chadiha recounts some memorable moments of athletes ignoring injuries.
  • What About Frank Clark?

    May 20
    What About Frank Clark?
  • Don’t Grow Attached to the NFL’s New PAT Rule

    May 20
    When the time came at the league meetings in San Francisco to discuss changing the extra point, there wasn’t much debate. Insiders say the discussion lasted less than a half hour. In the end the owners were ready for a change in the way the NFL treats t…
  • Fixing the Most Boring Play in All of Sports

    May 19
    In 1912, eight years before the birth of the professional football association now known as the National Football League, the system of scoring that would serve the pro game was adopted. The touchdown was changed from five to six points, a two-point saf…