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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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Matthew Tucker released with injury

Running back Matthew Tucker, who spent most of his two seasons with the Eagles on the practice squad, was released by the team Monday.

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Chip Kelly seeks stability with Sam Bradford

Sam Bradford's medical history has been well documented, but other NFL starting quarterbacks have missed signifcant time and come back to play well.

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Sheridan: Bradford key to Eagles' success

ESPN NFL Nation Eagles reporter Phil Sheridan chats with Dari Nowkhah and Booger McFarland about the Eagles' offseason including why Sam Bradford is the key to Philadelphia's success in 2015.

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'Most hated fans?' SI singles out Eagles

If Eagles fans have distinguished themselves by annoying and offending opponents and their fans, then that is hardly an insult.

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Barwin, Peters among NFL's best

With two Eagles in part two of Bill Barnwell's player rankings, Philadelphia has four members in the top 100. Connor Barwin and Jason Peters make the cut as two of the league's most unorthodox stars. Grantland: NFL top 100

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Sam Bradford is No. 3 in NFC East -- for now

Tony Romo and Eli Manning rank well ahead of the Eagles' new QB, but if he can stay healthy and flourish in Chip Kelly's offense the ceiling is high.

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Bradford should be fully ready for camp

Sam Bradford hasn't participated in full-team drills yet as an Eagle, but he appears to be on schedule to be ready for training camp. How he fits in Chip Kelly's offense will be one of camp's biggest storylines. NFL rumors roundup

Brady brand not hurt by Deflategate? (2:42)
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Gifted Peters an enigma at left tackle

His style may be unorthodox, but that's what makes Jason Peters so impressive. The big man has such athletic feet that he makes plays few others can and can get away with almost anything. Grantland: 10 best OLs

Bradford expected to be ready for camp (2:00)
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Sam Bradford can make trade a success

Did the Eagles pay too much to get Sam Bradford? Unless he proves to be a significant upgrade over Nick Foles, the answer will be yes.


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