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Share TweetIt was a move that many thought would come sooner, but finally today it happened. The Eagles and QB Dennis Dixon have come to terms on a two-year deal. The move reunites Chip Kelly with Dixon, a QB who under Kelly in Oregon threw for 20 TD’s in his seniShare TweetThe Eagles have renewed their vows with Mike Vick and added a backup with similar skills in Dennis Dixon. While that doesn’t mean Nick Foles is out of new coach Chip Kelly’s plans, the guy who drafted Foles in 2012 could be hoping that Foles will beShare TweetThere’s been plenty of focus on who will be playing quarterback for the Eagles in Chip Kelly’s first season as head coach, but that’s not the only offensive position impacted by Kelly’s arrival on the sideline. Kelly’s Oregon teams ran the ballSource: profootballtalk.com
Eagles need stability at safetyUpdated Feb 14 Share TweetHere is the ninth in a series of looks at the Eagles roster:
Bill Davis, Tom Gamble aim to remake culture of Eagles defenseUpdated Feb 14 Share TweetOn Monday, Bill Davis used the tough, physical San Francisco 49ers defense as a benchmark for the kind of squad he wants to build.
Eagles assistant Ted Williams says flexibility is key to longevityUpdated Feb 14 Share TweetIn a job in which instability is often a defining feature, Ted Williams clearly has bucked the trend with the Eagles.Share TweetAMONG THE meaningless sentences spoken and written in sports, those that end with the phrase " . . . remains to be seen,'' are the most worthless.Share TweetJOAN GAMBLE couldn't talk long Wednesday afternoon, she had a room to declutter. Her son Tom had just called from the West Coast.
Three's company in PhiladelphiaFeb 14NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports there will be a three-way quarterback competition after the Eagles sign former Oregon Ducks signal-caller Dennis Dixon. Is three a crowd in Philadelphia?
Eagles Sign Dennis DixonFeb 14Adam Schefter discusses the Eagles' signing of quarterback Dennis Dixon.