The Eagles filled in some blanks today on the five free public practices they'll be conducting at Lincoln Financial Field as part of their 2013 training camp, the first held in Philadelphia since World War II.
Well, this was supposed to be a positive blog post about the Eagles' offensive line. Then word of Jason Peters‘ arrest for drag racing and resisting came down last night, and suddenly that didn't quite seem appropriate.
When it comes to Matt Barkley, the Philadelphia Eagles are putting a ring on it. The Eagles on Thursday agreed to terms on a four-year contract with the former USC quarterback, according to the team's official website. The Eagles nabbed Barkley in the fourth round of April's draft, plugging him into a jam-packed quarterback room that includes Michael Vick, Nick Foles, Dennis Dixon and the unsung G.J. Kinne.
Chip Kelly's transition to the NFL involves more than turning the Philadelphia Eagles into a winner. Since the team's final minicamp ended last week, the Eagles have made headlines for a few off-field matters. The latest came Wednesday when five-time Pro-Bowl left tackle Jason Peters was arrested in north Louisiana for allegedly drag racing and trying to flee from police.