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Sielski: Roseman Understands NFL Player Value
Mike Sielski of the Philadelphia Inquirer joined The Sports Bash Monday Afternoon and spoke at length about the work Howie Roseman has done as the man in charge of the Eagles Front Office.
 
 
Sielski went on to elaborate about Roseman's strengths and challenges moving forward:
 
"Roseman understand…
Maxwell Passes Physical, Dolphins-Eagles Trade a Go
PHILADELPHIA (973espn.com) — Concern over Byron Maxwell's shoulder nearly derailed the high-profile trade that sent the high-priced cornerback to Miami, along with linebacker Kiko Alonso, for draft-pick compensation.
Early Wednesday morning in advance of the new league year, ESPN's Ed Werder reported…
Busy Day Continues as Eagles send Murray to Tennessee
PHILADELPHIA (973espn.com) — At this rate, the Eagles might want to consider bringing in the biohazard team to remove any trace of Chip Kelly's DNA from the NovaCare Complex.
After agreeing to send two of Kelly's more tortured pickups -- cornerback Byron Maxwell and linebacker Kiko Alonso -- during h…
Kelly's problems reach into South Florida
PHILADELPHIA (973espn.com) - Chip Kelly's reputation continues to take on water even outside of Philadelphia.
Just hours after their latest embarrassing loss, a 38-20 rout at the hands of the shorn Ryan Fitzpatrick and the New York Jets, the Miami Dolphins parted ways with offensive coordinator Bill …
Grayson's Grades: Eagles vs. Dolphins
PHILADELPHIA - The Philadelphia Eagles had a golden opportunity to move above .500 for the first time this season. Instead, the Eagles gave up 17 unanswered points to the Miami Dolphins to lose 20-19 at home.
McMullen's Quick Hits: Dolphins Rally to Edge Eagles
PHILADELPHIA (973espn.com) - What looked like an easy one early turned into anything but as the Eagles lost their starting quarterback and the game to an undisciplined Miami Dolphins bunch, 20-19.
The Dolphins scored 17 straight points to take the lead in the game, the last coming off an improbably C…
The Outside View - Who are the Miami Dolphins?
On paper, the Miami Dolphins should not pose a problem for the Philadelphia Eagles.
This team is on the road for a third straight game, lost their best pass rusher in Cameron Wake and also fired their coach mid season.
Five on the Miami Dolphins
PHILADELPHIA (973espn.com) - There is a natural pendulum effect when it comes to coaching changes in professional sports.
When you move on from the understated, professorial type, the next guy in line is almost always all fire and brimstone...

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