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On the Eagles: The Riley Cooper Fallout
PHILADELPHIA (973espn.com) — That sure didn't take long.
In what was a long-awaited move by the team's fan base, the Philadelphia Eagles finally cut ties with veteran receiver Riley Cooper on the first day NFL teams could release players who finished the 2015 season on an active roste…
Eagles Cut Ties With Riley Cooper
The Riley Cooper era has ended.
With three years left on his deal, but all of the guaranteed money in his contract paid, the Eagles saved $2.9 million by releasing the wide receiver on the first day teams we're able to make cut and creates $8...
Five Receivers the Eagles Should Target in Free Agency
While NFL Free agency doesn't start until March 15th, it's never to early to take a look at some of the pieces that might help the Eagles out - especially at wide receiver. In 2015 the Eagles receivers dropped 7.9% of passes thrown their way, making them on of the least productive units in…
Penalties Hurt Eagles in Loss to Miami
Sunday's game served as a reminder that penalties are still very much a problem for Philadelphia. They might have been the biggest problem for the Eagles in their 20-19 loss to Miami.
"We moved the football," Eagles head coach Chip Kelly said on Monday...
McMullen on the Eagles: 'Receiving' the message
PHILADELPHIA (973espn.com) - The Eagles' offense still hasn't hit its stride in 2015 but just about every position has improved since the dark days of early September.
The much-maligned offensive line has settled down and performed very well in recent weeks while DeMarco Murray has become m…
Kelly Needs to Back Up Lip Service in Season's Second Half
PHILADELPHIA (973espn.com) — NFL coaching staffs generally use their bye weeks to look inward.
Self-scouting is the buzz word when the players have their in-season vacation. Good teams generally use the time to make sure their tendencies aren't too predictable, and bad ones can take more d…
Eagles Bye Week Breakdown: Wide Receivers/Tight Ends
PHILADELPHIA (973espn.com) - When you consider Chip Kelly's preferred method of offense requires "11" personnel (1RB, 1TE, 3WR), the receiving group (both the wideouts and tight ends) has been his biggest failure in his first attempt at cobbling together an NFL roster...
Grayson's Grades: Giants at Eagles
PHILADELPHIA - The Philadelphia Eagles moved into first place in the NFC East with a 27-7 victory over the New York Giants on Monday Night Football. The score could have been even more lopsided had Sam Bradford not been so generous with the ball by throwing three interceptions.

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