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Eagles Camp Notes: DeMarco Doesn’t Need the Work?
PHILADELPHIA - When it comes to DeMarco Murray, Pat Shurmur tried to play coy like his boss but perhaps the Eagles' offensive coordinator just doesn't have it in him.
Murray touched the football 497 times in Dallas last season, a work rate that's just not tenable moving forward if Phil…
Demetress Bell Predicts Breakout Year With Eagles
With four-time All Pro left tackle Jason Peters likely out for the year after rupturing his Achilles tendon twice in the offseason, the Eagles picked up Demetress Bell to fill his role.
Bell seems to be taking things in pretty quickly in Philadelphia, already predicting that he’ll be …
Cooper Fractures Collarbone, Babin Hurt
BETHLEHEM, Pa. -- Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper left practice with a fractured left collarbone after going to the ground hard while failing to haul in a deep pass from Michael Vick during the Eagles first practice in full pads. Cooper underwent x-rays today and more will be known about the …
Asomugha Will Have Versatile Role Again
Nnamdi Asomugha will again be used in a variety of roles on defense, lining up in the slot or against tight ends when matchups warrant.
When the Eagles signed four-time All-Pro cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha last season, coaches were excited about the possibilities of using him in a different ways...
LeSean McCoy Takes Aim at Top Backs
Most players in the NFL set goals coming into each season.  Some set goals that are all but impossible to reach, like when Brandon Graham set a target well north of Michael Strahan's NFL sacks record in his rookie year.
Graham ended up with three...
Ryans Rubbing Off On Young Linebackers
Ask an Eagles coach about DeMeco Ryans and one word will keep popping up: professional.  When the Eagles traded for the two-time Pro Bowler in March, they got more than a quality player from the Texans, they picked up a leader.
At 27 years old, Ryans is the elder statesman among his linebacker p…