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July 26, 2012;Bethlehem, PA. USA; Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (23) smiles during training camp at Lehigh University. Mandatory Credit: Evan Habeeb-US PRESSWIRE
July 26, 2012;Bethlehem, PA. USA; Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (23) smiles during training camp at Lehigh University. Mandatory Credit: Evan Habeeb-US PRESSWIRE

Philadelphia Eagles Searching For OL Depth - SB Nation Philly
The Eagles could have one of the best offensive lines in football. The starters have talent and experience. The backups are a whole other story. Depth is a concern. Let's take a look at the players and how they fit in to the overall group.

DRC a daily star of Eagles camp
Fans often ask reporters who is looking good at Eagles training camp. Sometimes the answer depends on the day the question's asked. Not when it comes to Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. The corner taking over Asante Samuel's old spot opposite Nnamdi Asomugha has been a consistent standout in the first week of full-squad work.

Training camp injury update: DeSean dinged
DeSean Jackson injured his left ankle at practice Friday afternoon, but he never left the field and it doesn't appear serious.

Eagles slowly bringing up Kendricks
Mychal Kendricks opened spring workouts as the starting strong-side linebacker in the Eagles’ base and nickel defenses. But when training camp opened he was no longer teamed with DeMeco Ryans in the nickel.

Eagles Practice Observations: Ryans Makes His Mark - Birds 24/7
DeMeco Ryans schools Bryce Brown and also tackled everyone else that came near him.

If Vick stays upright, on field, Eagles return to NFL elite in 2012 - NFL - CBSSports.com News, Rumors, Scores, Stats, Fantasy
The Philadelphia Eagles have two missions this season: Minimize quarterback Michael Vick's mistakes and maximize his starts. If they succeed, they should accomplish a grander objective -- namely, a return to the playoffs. I believe they can, and I believe they will, and I'm not alone. In fact, one coach I trust told me last week that this season's best team won't be the New York Giants or the New England Patriots or the Green Bay Packers. "It's the Eagles," he said. "Provided, of course, they can keep Vick healthy."