This is the June 17, 2014 news archive. View today's Eagles rumors and news.
New Eagles running back Darren Sproles had more catches than runs in each of his last two seasons in New Orleans, and there’s been some talk that Sproles will effectively serve as a replacement to departed wide receiver DeSean Jackson in Philadelphia. B…Share Tweet
Eagles' Long a sleeper at linebackerPass rusher Travis Long is healthy again after knee injury took him off NFL draft boards last year.Share TweetJeremy Maclin, returning from ACL surgery, says In some ways, I feel faster.Share Tweet
Boykin can't overcome tall orderIn the mid-1990s, the Eagles had a cornerback named Mark McMillian, a wee thing who didn't cover wide receivers as much as he snapped at their ankles. McMillian was 5-foot-7 and 154 pounds and still started 47 games for the Eagles.Share Tweet
Eagles' Reynolds tech savvy learning from afarRookie safety Ed Reynolds used Face Time and Skype to connect with Eagles while attending classes at Stanford.Share TweetFor 165 hours each week last season, the life of Eagles linebacker Travis Long was not much different from that of the players on the active roster. He participated in every practice. He attended every meeting. He traveled on every road trip.Share Tweet
Foles wows Eagles' new QB coachBill Musgrave loves Nick Foles ability to process defensive formations and coverages, as well as his arm.Share Tweet
McCoy on Jackson's release: 'Gotta buy in'ESPN.com Jun 17, 2014Running back LeSean McCoy says coach Chip Kelly caught the Philadelphia Eagles' attention with the release of wide receiver DeSean Jackson, and the message was clear: Buy in or get out.Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Jun 17, 2014Whatever the reasons were that the Eagles cut receiver DeSean Jackson, his position coach says there were no problems between the two of them. Eagles receivers coach Bob Bicknell says he and Jackson got along just fine last season, Bicknell’s first year…Share TweetDefensive coordinator Bill Davis cites three areas in which his team will improve.Share Tweet
Sizing up Eagles' receivers minus DeSeanThe Birds have a bigger corps of wideouts to combat the bigger defensive backs in the NFL.Share Tweet