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Five Tough Questions for Eagles Training Camp: Tight End | The700Level
We continue our training camp preview by breaking down the Eagles at the tight end position, which figures to be a much more prominent part of the offense under Chip Kelly.

Philadelphia Eagles training camp preview: Tight end arguably the team's deepest, most dynamic position | PennLive.com
Under first-year coach Chip Kelly, the Philadelphia Eagles are expected to deploy tight ends in ways they never had before.

Philadelphia Eagles training camp preview: Top wide receivers back in the fold, but will their roles change? | PennLive.com
The Philadelphia Eagles bring back a talented stable of wide receivers that includes their top nine pass catchers from last season.

Eagles scout Stony Brook's Bamiro
Michael Bamiro, a 6-foot-8, 335-pound defensive lineman out of Stony Brook, has done something it appears no other NFL prospect has been able to do before: become a free agent in the NFL without going through the draft process.

Eagles youth camp in Cherry Hill tackles safety issues | Courier-Post | courierpostonline.com
On an empty field at the Cherry Hill’s Katz JCC, kids at this week’s Philadelphia Eagles Youth Football Camp weave their way through cones, catch footballs and hit tackling bags. Their white T-shirts are smeared with green and brown grass stains marking the effort they’ve put into learning the game. And not hurting themselves

New Zealand Mormon chasing NFL dream with Philadelphia Eagles | Mormons in Sports
If Nic Purcell manages to make the Philadelphia Eagles’ roster this fall, it could be one of the greatest underdog, feel-good stories in a long time. Purcell, a 6-foot-6, 305-pound, offensive tackle from Auckland, New Zealand, didn’t set foot on a football field until he was 24.

Sarah Jones wins $338,000 from website for defamation | ProFootballTalk
Months after a jury deadlocked on the question of whether a website defamed her, a new jury heard former Bengals cheerleader Sarah Jones’ case against thedirty.com, found in her favor, and awarded her $338,000 in damages.