The Eagles' defense wasn't very good in recent seasons, but how much of that was skewed by time of possession.
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In finding the "best quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles," coach Doug Pederson will have to retain Sam Bradford or finding someone better.
Eagles running back DeMarco Murray on Thursday addressed speculation that his future in Philadelphia was uncertain, saying that he's "committed" to the team.
What will the Eagles do at quarterback?
Philadelphia has been very quiet so far about the future of pending free-agent QB Sam Bradford. But new coach Doug Pederson may have tipped his hand about the team's plans at the position. NFL rumors roundup
It's possible that Howie Roseman is locking up his guys while ignoring the Eagles acquired by Chip Kelly -- and that could lead to trouble.
Eagles done in by poor offseason
Chip Kelly's work last offseason didn't look half bad at the time but, as we know now, ended up costing him his job. Unsurprisingly, Mike Sando is dropping Philly from a B to failing territory. 2015 offseason re-grade (Insider)
Eagles defensive backs Nolan Carroll and E.J. Biggers could return to Philadelphia, but with a new coaching staff in place, that's far from certain.
The Eagles have recently signed four players to long-term contracts, signaling the team will not be major players in free agency this year.
Eagles are 50-1 to win Super Bowl LI
If those odds seem unfairly long, consider this: Philadelphia has never won the big game and has question marks at head coach and at quarterback. Every team's odds
The Eagles have holes at both guard spots and Jason Peters is 34, so going offensive line in the draft makes plenty of sense.
Cedric Thornton has been a steady performer for the Eagles, but he may need to switch positions if he wants to remain in Philadelphia.
Eagles need to plan for the future
Philadelphia signed Lane Johnson to an extension but still needs to look toward the future at tackle. Todd McShay has Philly addressing this need in the first round with the 13th overall selection. Mock Draft 2.0 (Insider)
The Philadelphia Eagles and defensive end Vinny Curry agreed to a five-year deal worth $47.25 million, including $23 million guaranteed, sources told ESPN.
In a radio interview, Eagles coach Doug Pederson said the team's current structure would be sufficient to get through free agency and the draft.
Report: Eagles table search for exec
According to an ESN report, the Eagles will wait until after the draft to hire a new personnel chief, leaving EVP Howie Roseman with "final say" on all upcoming free-agent and draft decisions. NFL rumors roundup
The Eagles appear to be stuck in their search for a new top personnel man and may not fill the vacancy until after the draft.
Let's take a look at why the Eagles' hiring of Doug Pederson is reminiscent of their hiring of Rich Kotite.
Eagles DE Vinny Curry probably would have been looking to leave Philadelphia, but with a coaching change and a switch to a 4-3, he could stay put.
He wasn't beloved. He was selfish. He attracted unwanted attention. But Owens, who ranks No. 2 in receiving yards, was one of the greatest receivers in NFL history, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes.
Eagles lock up DE Curry through 2020
Vinny Curry and Philadelphia have agreed to terms on a 5-year contract. The deal is for $46.25 million, with $23M guaranteed, per ESPN's Adam Caplan and media reports. Curry has 16.5 sacks in 4 seasons with the Eagles.
Will the Eagles keep Darren Sproles?
The diminutive scatback has shown no signs of slowing down, but he'll turn 33 this offseason and the Eagles are paying an awful lot to running backs. Could Sproles' days in Philly be numbered? NFL rumors roundup