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Eagles Bring Marty Mornhinweg Back as Consultant
Mark Twain once said: "if you don't like the weather in New England, just wait a minute." Well if you don't like the Eagles offensive setup, you can wait
Peters Headed to Free Agency as Eagles Shut Down Dillard Narrative
The Eagles have seemingly decided to move on from veteran left tackle Jason Peters.
‘Retooling’ Howie Season
The Eagles are shiting gears this offseason, something Howie Roseman alluded to during his season-ending post-mortem back in January
Eagles New Coaching Setup, Born Out of Loyalty, Necessity
Jeffrey Lurie wanted Mike Groh and Carson Walch replaced on the Eagles coaching staff and Doug Pederson reversed course in 24 hours
Pederson Wants Peters Back
If it's up to the head coach Jason Peters will be back as the Eagles left tackle in 2020.
Pederson Defines His Coaching Staff
As reported previously by 973espn.com, Doug Pederson seriously considered going without an offensive coordinator after Frank Reich left
A ‘Fun’ Prospect for Jim Schwartz?
The Eagles have problems outside the numbers on both sides of the football,
Jeremiah Points to ‘Volume’ at WR for Eagles
Talk to any NFL personnel executive and you're bound to hear at least one cliche -- need is the worst talent evaluator in sports.
Eagles Parting Ways with Nigel Bradham
The Eagles have informed veteran linebacker Nigel Bradham that he will be released, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Does Staley Sense a Glass Ceiling?
If you were wondering how empty a title in the NFL can be, look no further than Duce Staley, the "assistant head coach" of the Philadelphia Eagles.