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Eagles targeting Mariota at No. 2 in 3 team deal - BGN
Recent rumors also suggest that Mariota to the Eagles certainly isn't dead yet. ESPN Insider Adam Schefter said earlier this week that he believes it's a possibility now despite once thinking there wasn't a chance. Adding fuel to the speculation is a report from PFT that the Eagles and Sam Bradford have not yet talked about a contract extension.
Who is the greatest living Eagle? - PhillyVoice
For years, many considered Concrete Charlie -- former Eagles linebacker Chuck Bednarik -- the greatest living Eagles player. But that all changed last month when the hall of famer passed away at the age of 89, leaving a void in the hearts of those lucky enough to have seen him play. In addition to Bednarik, the debate for the franchise's all-time greatest player would undoubtedly include names like Brookshire, Brown, Van Buren, and White. Unfortunately, some of the greatest Eagles players are no longer with us, and in the wake of Bednarik's passing, there is no consensus as to whom should replace him as the franchise's top living player.
Marynowitz: Eagles Taking Three-Pronged Approach - Birds 24/7
It’s been nearly three months since Chip Kelly announced he was promoting Ed Marynowitz to vice president of player personnel. On Thursday morning at the NovaCare Complex, the 31 year old met the media for the first time to discuss his new role, the Eagles’ scouting approach and next week’s draft. Marynowitz obviously was in no mood to offer up detailed evaluations on the prospects, but he did speak at length about what the organization is looking for under Kelly. Specifically, Marynowitz laid out the three-part evaluation plan the Eagles use under Kelly.
Eagles' personnel VP on same page as Chip Kelly - Daily News
While Marynowitz doesn't have the decision-making power that his predecessor, Howie Roseman, had, his job is essentially the same as Roseman's was: shop for Kelly and find him exactly the type of players he wants.
Ranking the Eagles' draft picks since the merger: 1st Round - CSN Philly
He didn’t deliver a title to Philly, but like him or not, McNabb is the greatest quarterback in Eagles history. He won 66 percent of his starts as an Eagle, with more than twice as many TD passes (216) as interceptions (100) and more than 37,000 yards passing, another 3,400 yards and 29 TDs rushing. And he was the winning QB in nine of the 19 playoff wins in Eagles history. Reid could have taken Daunte Culpepper, Akili Smith, Cade McNown or Tim Couch. This one, he got right.
One Day Provides A Lifetime Of Memories - PE.com
The Eagles and Eagles Youth Partnership teamed up to transform the Spruance School in Northeast Philadelphia.
Re-drafting the 2014 wide receiver class - NFL.com
The 2014 class of wide receivers boasted some of the best rookie wideouts the NFL has ever seen. Chris Wesseling breaks it all down, starting with Odell Beckham.
Philadelphia Eagles see improvement in Tim Tebow - NFL.com
Marynowitz said that after working out the quarterback this offseason the team noticed improvement in Tebow's mechanics, per NFL Media's Aditi Kinkhabwala, who was on the scene in Philadelphia for Thursday's news conference. "We worked him out and we saw improvement from the last time we saw him, had exposure to him live when we played New England when they practice here," Marynowitz said. "When we worked him out, we saw a great deal of improvement with him."
How important are early season NFL games? - SB Nation
If you want to make the NFL playoffs, it's crucial to get off to a fast start.
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