Thursday Injury Update: Eagles offensive tackle King Dunlap's Back Spasms Could Mean Start For Winston Justice - SB Nation Philly
Philadelphia left tackle King Dunlap missed practice Thursday with back spasms, which could shove Winston Justice back into the starting lineup. If Dunlap misses Sunday’s game against the Redskins, the Eagles will have to move right tackle Todd Herremans to Dunlap’s spot, with Justice filling in at the vacated right tackle position.
Nate Allen Turning A Corner | Philadelphia Daily News
Safety Nate Allen might just be turning a corner. He might finally be trusting the knee that was surgically repaired in December. "I think so," Eagles coach Andy Reid said. "I think that's probably accurate. I tell you, he had probably his best game as a Philadelphia Eagle [Sunday against the Bills]. He made a lot of big tackles, drove on routes. Did a nice job."
Philadelphia Eagles team report: LeSean McCoy not carrying heavy load - NFL - Sporting News
Redskins coach Mike Shanahan recently called Eagles RB LeSean McCoy "probably the best back in the league" but don’t expect to see an expanded role for the third-year halfback against Washington.
Signs, signs, everywhere there's signs - NFC East Blog - ESPN
It made no sense for people who actually want the Eagles to do well to make and hold up that sign, and Mathis and Kelce were well within their rights to ask them to take it down. Incidentally, the fans would have been well within their rights to tell Mathis and Kelce to go pound sand. But they didn't. Maybe they realized that what they were doing was a bad idea in the first place.
Slew of physical, mental mistakes has hurt the last-place Philadelphia Eagles - The Washington Post
Poor tackling, careless ball security and mental mistakes are a recipe for disaster in the NFL. The inability to execute these basic fundamentals is a main reason why the Philadelphia Eagles — a preseason favorite to reach the Super Bowl — are off to a 1-4 start.
Under Review: Eagles' 'effort stinks'
In this week's Under Review, Ray Didinger and Brian Baldinger break down the overall effort – or lack thereof – by Nnamdi Asomugha and the Eagles.