Sources: Eagles not likely to trade Nick Foles | Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
League sources have told CSNPhilly.com's Reuben Frank that the Eagles have no plans to trade Nick Foles, unless they're blown away by an offer.
In Chip Kelly, Eagles hired a winner
I cannot assure you that Chip Kelly will be a resounding success as an NFL head coach. But I can do better than "remains to be seen." I can take a look at his past and predict his future, and I can dispel a few misperceptions about him that have made his hire seem more risky than it really is.
Staley's mission: Perfect the Eagles' blitz pickup | Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
Offensive linemen knew Staley as an extra blocker in the backfield, someone whose blitz pickup was as central to offensive success as his ability to move the chains. Staley, recently promoted to running backs coach under new head coach Chip Kelly after a two-year stint as special teams quality control coach, is making it his mission this year to round his pupils into better form.
Iggles Blog - Philadelphia Eagles Blog: Why Vick Makes Sense
Chip Kelly and Howie Roseman are facing two different optimization problems. The first is right in front of them: How to win games in 2013. Big issue. But maybe not as big as the other problem, which is how to win lots of games in 2014-?? and hopefully maybe even a trophy.
Compare & Contrast NFL Prospects - NFP Version 2.0 | National Football Post
Russ Lande analyzes the differences between linebackers Manti Te'o and Alec Ogletree.
Eagles hire Tom Gamble as new vice president of player personnel
Eagles GM Howie Roseman said he has been trying to hire Gamble ever since Roseman's closest adviser, player personnel VP Ryan Grigson, left a year ago to become the Indianapolis Colts' GM. Gamble's hiring looks like a strong response to one of the major criticisms of the Roseman regime, that he needs stronger "football people" around him.
Deepest and thinnest positions in draft - NFL Videos
What are the deepest and thinnest positions in the 2013 NFL Draft? NFL draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah breaks it down.