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Curry is dangerous from everywhere

Vinny Curry may not be well known, but the Eagles' defensive end hounded offenses for nine sacks a year ago. His ability to line up all over the front could earn him a hefty payday next offseason. Grantland: Sleeper pass-rushers

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Will Tebow make team, have impact with Eagles? (3:23)
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Looking at Philadelphia's backfield

DeMarco Murray will now have to compete with Ryan Mathews and Darren Sproles for carries, dropping the fantasy value of all three backs. Running back tiers (Insider)

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Murray battling for touches in Philly

DeMarco Murray will join Chip Kelly’s offense with Ryan Mathews and Darren Sproles. The crowded backfield could lead to fewer touches for Murray. Fantasy X factors

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Philly's Bradford is No. 20 fantasy QB

In Eric Karabell's ratings, he admits he probably places Sam Bradford lower than other forecasters. But Karabell fears the first-year Eagle could miss more than a handful of games. Quarterback tiers (Insider)

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Teammate: Tebow will 'shock' people

“Tim Tebow is going to shock a lot of people, because he is going to make the team,” Eagles LB Brandon Graham told Detroit radio station WGPR. “And I think he will play a lot.”

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Murray: Eagles a perfect fit (2:04)
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Agholor thinks Bradford 'looks healthy'

Sam Bradford has said he'll be healthy when Eagles camp starts, and first-round pick Nelson Agholor appears to agree. The rookie has reportedly been impressed while working out with his new QB. NFL rumors roundup

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Murray: Eagles' offense similar to college

Eagles running back DeMarco Murray discusses the difficulty of his contract dispute with the Cowboys which led to his signing with Philadelphia. Plus, how he fits into Chip Kelly's offense and how it differs from previous systems he has been a part of.

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Tebow's interesting 'leg day' exercise (0:40)
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Kelly on an overspending spree?

The Eagles account for three of the 22 players on Bill Barnwell's list of the league's worst contracts. Two of those were among Chip Kelly's first signings since gaining control of personnel. Grantland: All-bad-contracts team

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NFL Nation Buzz: Philadelphia Eagles

Phil Sheridan reports on the new feeling that surrounds Philadelphia's training camp.

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Mark Helfrich on Oregon's QB competition

Oregon coach Mark Helfrich dishes on losing in the national title game last season, Chip Kelly's moves with the Eagles, who will start at QB for the Ducks and expectations for Marcus Mariota in the NFL.

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Byron Maxwell becomes focus of secondary

Fixing the secondary was a major priority for coach Chip Kelly this offseason. ESPN's Phil Sheridan takes a look at good a job Kelly did.

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Chip Kelly made new-coach changes to lineup

Chip Kelly didn't believe the 2014 Eagles were good enough to contend for a Super Bowl, so he made changes on a grand scale.

Health Is Still Key for Bradford

For Sam Bradford to prove that he is a solid starting quarterback, he'll have to do a better job of staying on the field. A healthy season in Philadelphia could land Bradford a significant raise. Clayton: Pending negotiations

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John Moffitt mystery clouds line picture

The big question: Did Eagles coach Chip Kelly bring John Moffitt in as an extra candidate for one of the two open jobs on his offensive line?

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Chip Kelly knows risk with Sam Bradford

Some critics have pointed out that they would not have traded for QB Sam Bradford, but Eagles coach Chip Kelly knows the risk and accepts it.

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