This is the May 21, 2013 news archive. View today's Eagles rumors and news.
Yet another former Eagle has landed in Cleveland. On Tuesday, the Browns announced they were awarded rookie running back Miguel Maysonet on waivers from Philadelphia. In something of a surprise move, the Eagles let go of Maysonet after giving him a heal…
NFL supports Lincoln Financial Field renovationsUpdated May 21 Share TweetThe Eagles received NFL backing on Tuesday to proceed with plans to renovate Lincoln Financial Field, team president Don Smolenski said.
Forecasting the Eagles' offenseUpdated May 21 Share TweetThere have been a lot of theories and assumptions, since the Philadelphia Eagles hired Chip Kelly as their head coach, about how much their offense will look like the ones he ran at the University of Oregon. I have generally believed people are assuming…Source: ESPN.comShare TweetHere is the big picture of Eagles' pass rushers as training camp moves forward.Share TweetGot a question about the NFC East? Robert Griffin III's wedding registry? Tony Romo's back? The Eagles' quarterback situation? The Giants' incredibly wild, newsy, action-packed offseason? (I kid, I kid.) If you do have a question about the NFC East, or …Source: ESPN.com
Practice snap counts back up even QB comp for EaglesUpdated May 21 Share TweetWhen Eagles coach Chip Kelly was trying to downplay the significance of offseason snap counts, he joked: “Someone charted them, I would imagine.” That they have, and it’s obvious that Kelly’s trying to keep his quarterback job competitive for as lSource: profootballtalk.com
Michael Vick and Trent Cole try to adapt to new Eagles eraUpdated May 21 Share TweetAfter closing time at Club Chipper, the hot new dance spot in South Philadelphia, the patrons clear out pretty fast.
Inside the Eagles: Eagles QB competition settles in for long haulUpdated May 21 Share TweetA week after Chip Kelly lifted the curtain on his practices and Michael Vick had the slight edge on Nick Foles in first-team repetitions, the roles were reversed and the second-year quarterback was first up with the "ones."Share TweetTwo Eagles who now play on the offense are learning to play on defense as they buy into coach Chip Kelly's new system.
Secondary school of hard knocksUpdated May 21 Share TweetEagles holdover safeties Kurt Coleman and Nate Allen hope to learn from last years mistakes and a new defensive scheme.
Eagles rookie wideout Ifeanyi Momah has a good altitudeUpdated May 21 Share TweetAt 6-7, rookie free-agent wide receiver Ifeanyi Momah could be the red-zone mismatch the Eagles have been looking for.
Eagles' QBs feeling their way in Kelly's new offenseUpdated May 21 Share TweetDespite some miscues, Michael Vick and Nick Foles think they are on their way to learning the new, uptempo offense.
Michael Vick struggles at Philadelphia Eagles OTA MondayMay 21Jordan Raanan of NJ.com has the latest news from week two of the Eagles organized team activities, including how one of the more intriguing quarterback battles in the NFL is shaping up for Philadelphia.
Michael Vick struggles at Philadelphia Eagles OTAsMay 21Jordan Raanan of NJ.com has the latest news from week two of the Eagles' organized team activities, including how one of the more intriguing quarterback battles in the NFL is shaping up for Philadelphia.
Don Banks: Teams not buying 'Easter Bunny' excuse for moving NFL Draft to …May 21BOSTON -- Even if you happen to believe in the Easter Bunny theory, or that the NFL had to move next year's draft to May solely because of a scheduling conflict with a Radio City Music Hall "Spring Spectacular'' show, there's more than a reasonable…
Clayton: NFL should be careful with calendarMay 21The NFL's offseason calendar works just fine, so there's no reason to tear it up, writes John Clayton.
Peter King: There's no good reason to move back draft; mailMay 21BOSTON -- I've been trying to find reasons to justify the NFL pushing back the draft by a whopping three weeks next season, to Mother's Day weekend, May 15-17. I can't find one. I'm not alone.