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Philadelphia Eagles news and links for 7/14/2014.

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Eagles safety Earl Wolff has a goal of six interceptions this season -
n 2013, Eagles cornerback Brandon Boykin had a breakout season, intercepting six passes, which was good for second in the NFL behind only star Seahawks CB Richard Sherman. Boykin established himself as perhaps the best slot corner in the NFL. In 2014, another Eagles defensive back has his sights set on at least six interceptions. That would be safety Earl Wolff. "This year, my goal is to have six or more," said Wolff, who attended, but did not play in LeSean McCoy's "Shades of Greatness" celebrity basketball game Saturday afternoon.

Changes in Year 2 - Iggles Blitz
Chip Kelly took over the Eagles in 2013 and was charged with the task of creating the football program that he wanted. Kelly has very specific ideas of how things should be done. He needed the right kind of players to both win on the field and to establish his overall ideas. Who expected Jeff Maehl to be an Eagle? Who expected Will Murphy to be on the practice squad? Who expected Isaac Remington to be on the practice squad? Was Casey Matthews really the best backup LOLB the Eagles could find?

Philadelphia Eagles Pin & Pull Zone Run Concept - Jim Light Football
The Philadelphia Eagles got off to a great start in the debut season of Chip Kelly finishing 10-6 and winning the NFC East. Kelly proved that his offensive prowess could translate from the college to the pro game. In this article I’m going to breakdown the Eagles pin & pull zone concept. The Eagles run two different versions of it, one out of an unbalanced deuce formation and a packaged play version out of a traditional deuce formation. Here is the unbalanced version of the Eagles pin & pull zone.

Week 14 Preview: The Super Bowl Champs -
The Seattle Seahawks will bring their Super Bowl rings to Lincoln Financial Field on December 7 in what the Eagles will surely hope is a picture of their future. To paraphrase the Nature Boy Ric Flair, to be the best, you have to beat the best; such is the challenge that will be stand in front of the Eagles.

Mosher's Mailbag: Vets with shaky job security - CSN Philly
Herremans picked up his play after a slow start last year, but he turns 32 this season (his 10th) and will make $3.2 million. Plus, the Eagles just signed backup Allen Barbre to a three-year extension.

Eye On the Enemy: NFC East Roundup - Birds 24/7
For the next several Sundays, we’ll take a spin around the NFC East to check in on what’s going on with some of the Eagles’ division rivals.

5 second-year players ready to break out in 2014 -
1) Zach Ertz

Ravens' Jimmy Smith arrested for disorderly conduct after incident at bar - SB Nation
Baltimore Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith was arrested and charged with disturbing the peace on Saturday night, becoming the fifth member of the team to be arrested this offseason. Smith was at the Greene Turtle in Towson, Maryland, and failed to follow instructions from the police, who came to help a passed-out woman Smith was with in the women's bathroom, according to the incident report (PDF).