Philadelphia Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz is confident he can adapt his scheme to the players he has inherited in Philadelphia.
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Thumbs mostly up on Eagles' offseason
Our panel isn't sold on how Philly handled its QB situation, but that won't matter if Carson Wentz works out. Howie Roseman & Co. earned solid marks. Offseason grades (Insider)
The Seahawks and Eagles don't play on the field until Nov. 20, but they're already playing via social media.
In an appearance on WIP-94.1 FM on Wednesday, Eagles offensive coordinator Frank Reich said the perception that the quarterback order is set is "probably not the right impression."
The Eagles open training camp with QBs, rookie and select veterans on July 25, with the full squad reporting two days later.
The Eagles have been searching for the right set of safeties for years and Jim Schwartz thinks they've found it in Malcolm Jenkins and Rodney McLeod.
In general, the Eagles' offense wasn't as smooth during Tuesday's practice as it had been last week, but rookie QB Carson Wentz looked sharp.
Phil Sheridan ESPN Staff Writer
Jim Schwartz on OTAs: "We don't even have a depth chart. We're not even competing right now. Competition starts when we get to training camp."
Your guess is as good as ours
Not sure who will win the NFC East this season? Join the club. The division hasn't had a repeat champion since 2003-04, and each team has at least two -- but no more than three -- division titles in the last 10 years.
Phil Sheridan ESPN Staff Writer
QB Carson Wentz throws during warmups Tuesday. WR Rueben Randle had gall bladder surgery and is not here. Neither is RB Ryan Mathews, who is sick.
Reporters will have a chance to check in with new Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz, who should have plenty to talk about.
The Eagles shuffled their roster, adding defensive tackle Derrick Lott, who spent last season on Tampa Bay's practice squad.
Now or never for Marcus Smith
The 2014 first-round pick has been nearly invisible through two years in Philadelphia. If he can't turn it around in Jim Schwartz's scheme, Smith might be out of chances. Most to prove
Who should be favored in the NFC East?
Despite taking the division title by two games, Washington wasn't exactly a top team in 2015. With OTAs set to kick off this week, the NFC East looks to be wide open.
Rookie Wendell Smallwood has a good chance this season to see playing time behind veterans Ryan Mathews and Darren Sproles.
As several of the league's top quarterbacks reach their mid-30s and beyond, their teams often show a lack of urgency in terms of having a backup plan.
A number of top rookies got to show off their NFL uniforms as part of a trading card shoot this weekend in Los Angeles.
Philadelphia Eagles coach Doug Pederson has shown he will endorse veteran starters, even when the team plans for young players to take their jobs.
Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett says that thanks to his training and conditioning, he has a chance to be among the top candidates to claim the NFL's defensive player of the year honor.
The Eagles will have a good chunk of money tied up in their three QBs, but the telling year will come in 2017, when Sam Bradford is due another $10M.
From coaching changes to free agency to the draft, Bill Barnwell grades how every NFL team fared this offseason now that the signings and trades are all but finished.
Eagles vs Buccaneers
Lincoln Financial Field - Thu 8/11