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  • Eagles cut RB Fluellen

    The Sports Xchange Eagles cut RB Fluellen The Philadelphia Eagles released rookie running back David Fluellen on Wednesday to make room for for newly acquired running back Kenjon Barner. The 22-year-old Fluellen signed with the Eagles as a rookie...
  • McCoy on his toes after injury

    McCoy on his toes after injury
    Just a little "turf toe," Eagles running back LeSean McCoy finally admitted today, one day after refusing to comment on why he sat out of practice on Sunday. He was back in action on this day, though, saying his goal is just to make sure he does...
  • Eagles CB Marsh believes last game was a fluke

    Eagles CB Marsh believes last game was a fluke
    — Quarterback is the most complicated position to play in the NFL. But cornerback continues to be the most difficult, particularly when you're fighting for a roster spot and get burned as many times as the Philadelphia Eagles' Curtis Marsh did in...
  • Sanchez eliminates all doubt about Eagles backup QB position

    Sanchez eliminates all doubt about Eagles backup QB position
    — They deny it only because to admit it at this point wouldn't be prudent. The Philadelphia Eagles backup quarterback battle is over, if there ever was a legitimate one in the first place. Mark Sanchez ended it Friday night at Gillette Stadium...
  • Hyde5: Don't over-value Tannehill's preseason numbers

    Hyde5: Don't over-value Tannehill's preseason numbers
    Today's Hyde5: 1. I believe Ryan Tannehill will be just fine as an NFL quarterback if he has enough help around him. I've said it, written it, stayed with it for a while now. He has the brains, the arm, the mobility, the work ethic - everything you...
  • Eagles Williams does mea culpa with Belichick

    The Sports Xchange NFL Team Report - Philadelphia Eagles - INSIDE SLANT Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Cary Williams apologized to New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick after their exhibition game Friday night. Earlier this month, Williams referred...
  • Need a program to identify Eagles wide receivers

    — Nobody on this earth, or perhaps even above or beyond, could have looked at the Philadelphia Eagles after their first-round playoff loss in January and envisioned a potential starting wide receiving corps of Brad Smith, Ifeanyi Momah and Arrelious...
  • Eagles roster battles will intensify vs. Bears

    Eagles roster battles will intensify vs. Bears
    — Year 2 of the Chip Kelly era for the Philadelphia Eagles brings a whole lot more clarity to the top half of the roster. For example, no more than three starting jobs for this season are still in question (barring injury), and quarterback,...
  • Maclin satisfied with battle results vs. Revis

    — Year 2 of the joint practice project involving the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots brought about an intriguing matchup we wouldn't have seen last summer even if Eagles wide receiver Jeremy Maclin hadn't already been sidelined for...
  • Eagles-Patriots joint practice could be interesting

    Eagles-Patriots joint practice could be interesting
    Employee No. 26, also known as Cary Williams, has come to grips with it. His bags are packed, and he's heading for New England whether he likes it or not. "I do what I'm told," the Eagles cornerback said following the team's final practice at the...
  • Eagles not in the best shape offensively for Patriots

    Eagles not in the best shape offensively for Patriots
    — Injuries sometimes can help clarify situations as much as they complicate them. That's about the best thing the Philadelphia Eagles can hope for as they head into Friday nights' preseason road battle against the New England Patriots (7:30 p.m.,...
  • Mike Sielski: Finally healthy, Sanchez can 'let it rip' again

    In July, as he does every July, Mark Sanchez went home. He flew back to the West Coast to spend a few days at Camp Quarterback, a passing clinic run by Bob Johnson, Sanchez's old coach at Mission Viejo High School in Southern California, and Bob's son...