Lurie pleased with Kelly's 'program building' with Eagles
Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie has been on the sideline both days of the Eagles' mandatory minicamp this week watching the team practice during the first spring of head coach Chip Kelly's regime. It's a tenure that Lurie hopes stretches as long as his previous hire's time in Philadelphia.
Jason Peters will 'hang the helmet up' if he doesn't play well - NFL.com
Peters is so confident in his status as the league's No. 1 offensive lineman that he's willing to walk away from the game if he doesn't recapture pre-injury form this season. "The injury didn't set me back at all. I'm out there, and I am going to play just like I have been playing," Peters said via the Delaware County Daily Times. "If not, I'll just hang the helmet up."
Boykin primed to challenge for starting job | Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
In a historically bad secondary, Boykin was easily the Birds' most impressive cornerback. But despite the welcome departure of Nnamdi Asomugha and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, the second-year pro will still likely enter the season as the team's main nickel corner with the free-agent additions of Cary Williams and Bradley Fletcher ahead of him.
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The swinging gate!
Eagles minicamp practice notes: June 4, 2013 – Blogging the bEast
Nick Foles had a good day. Three passes stood out. He threw a 50 yard bomb to Jeremy Maclin, who tracked it nicely and made the play, even with decent coverage from Cary Williams. Foles also slung a ball over the middle to Jason Avant in between 4 defenders that was right on the money. And finally, he hit Brent Celek with a nice touch pass over a defender on a 15 yard sideline route.
Kimberly Garrison talks men's fitness with Eagle Brandon Boykin
Contemplating a column on men's fitness, I thought, why not get advice from one of Philly's fittest men - a Philadelphia Eagle?