The NFL believes the Read/Option is here to stay | The Sideline View
So far this off-season, the "Pistol formation" originator, Chris Ault, got hired as a consultant, coaching staffs have spent time with collegiate teams like Alabama for help defending the read/option and front offices have pushed to conduct special research to find analytical trends regarding the read/option. This off-season shows that NFL teams believe that the read-option won't be going away anytime soon.
Who's really in charge? Power structures vary across NFC East - NFL.com
There are few true coach-driven organizations in the NFL today, but Mike Shanahan's Washington Redskins are one of them. Albert Breer lays out each team's hierarchy in the NFC East.
Eagles hope stadium renovations will help in Super Bowl bid
The Eagles are not spending $125 million to renovate Lincoln Financial Field to host a Super Bowl, but it doesn't hurt owner Jeffrey Lurie's case.
Eagles depth chart breakdown: The offense | Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
This week, Eagles Insider Geoff Mosher will be breaking down the Eagles' depth chart. He'll do the defense and special teams on Wednesday, but today he'll start with the offense:
Ranking the Eagles Interior Offensive Linemen | Fanspeak's NFC East Blog
In the coming weeks I will do a series of posts on the Philadelphia Eagles and how their players stack up at each position. These Tiers are an indication of what talent level can reasonably be expected of each player for the 2013 season. Future potential and contract status are not really taken into consideration, as this is more an indication of a players talent level and expected production.
Roster Features Variety Of Backgrounds
General manager Howie Roseman, head coach Chip Kelly and the rest of the Eagles personnel staff have gone to great lengths to find the wide array of players on the Eagles roster.
Bill Barnwell on the teams that still have holes in their rosters - Grantland
The rosters are pretty much set, but some teams forgot to do some of their shopping this offseason.