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The Linc - Where does Fletcher Cox fit?

Philadelphia Eagles links for 8/15/13.

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Eagles vs Panthers tonight at Lincoln Financial Field. I'll be there in the press box (along with Jimmy) to cover the game. Don't forget to follow the BGN writers on Twitter:

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Let's get to the links:

Introducing the 2013 BGN Fantasy Football League powered by Yahoo! Sports - Mike Kaye, BGN
Join the official BGN fantasy football league!

Logan, Square Making Early Impression - Danta Klaus,
Defensive linemen Bennie Logan and Damion Square are both promising rookies for the Eagles who have turned heads during Training Camp. Logan was selected in the third round (67th overall) from Louisiana State, while Square was signed as an undrafted free agent from Alabama. Each player offers the versatility the Eagles covet and figures to see playing time at all three positions along the defensive line.

Looking at the D-Line - Tommy Lawlor, Iggles Blitz
The Eagles defensive line had a bizarre start to the season. Some of the players struggled and others starred. What makes it so confusing is that the guys didn’t do what we expected.

Kapadia: Projecting the Eagles’ 53-Man Roster - Sheil Kapadia, Birds 24/7
Sheil has the Eagles keeping only 3 tight ends and up to 4 running backs.

New Predictive Formula for College QBs - Brent Cohen, EaglesRewind
Brent has created a new formula for evaluating the professional potential of college quarterbacks.

Inside the Eagles: Where will Cox's skills fit in new Eagles defense? - Jeff McLane, Inquirer
There has been plenty of attention paid to the transition that Trent Cole and Brandon Graham will make as the Eagles move from a 4-3 defense to a 3-4 this season. Little has been made of perhaps the most talented player on that side of the ball and the change he will encounter.

Harbor upbeat about chance to play wide receiver for the Eagles - Paul Domowitch, Daily News
The Eagles basically are moving Harbor because, well, Kelly thinks he has a lot of good tight ends on his roster, but with Jeremy Maclin and Arrelious Benn both out for the season with torn ACLs, not enough good wide receivers beyond DeSean Jackson, Riley Cooper, Jason Avant and maybe Damaris Johnson. And among them, only Cooper is taller than 6 feet.

Chip Kelly’s Strangest Play (EVER) -

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