Thursday Apr 17
Eagles have the 5th most cap space in the NFL, but they'll likely save it for next year
A common reaction to the Eagles being flush with salary cap space is to wonder why they didn't go hard after safety Jairus Byrd or other top name free agents.
4 Available Free Agents Still Within Philadelphia Eagles' Reach
Former Philadelphia Eagles starting safety Kurt Coleman signed with the Minnesota Vikings on Monday, evidence that there are still mild signs of life in NFL free agency.
Round-up of edge pass rushers the Eagles have shown interest in this offseason
Unsurprisingly, the Eagles have taken a hard look at a good number of pass rushing prospects this offseason, as it is arguably their biggest need.
Why the Philadelphia Eagles should trade down in the first round
The Philadelphia Eagles head into the 2014 draft with the 22nd overall pick. While every player that is selected in the first round of the NFL draft is expected to make a difference for whichever team on which they end up, it is never a bad idea to trade a pick in order to move down or up in the draft.
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Brian Dawkins laments why the Eagles released DeSean Jackson
The DeSean Jackson release may be the biggest and most shocking loss for the franchise since Brian Dawkins left in free agency in 2009.
Philadelphia Eagles Still Have a Defensive Gap
Mar 3, 2014; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Pittsburgh Panthers former defensive end Aaron Donald waves to the crowd during a time-out against the North Carolina State Wolfpack during the first half at the Petersen Events Center.
Ranking the Philadelphia Eagles' Biggest Draft Day Needs
Philadelphia Eagles general manager Howie Roseman vows to select the best player available on draft day.
2014 NFL Draft: Fix Six Picks
Apr 25, 2013; New York, NY, USA; Lane Johnson is introduced by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell as the number four overall pick to the Philadelphia Eagles during the 2013 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall.
What's Next for Philadelphia Eagles After Initial Wave of Free Agent Signings
Aside from re-signing seven of their own to new contracts, the Philadelphia Eagles remained largely dormant as over 150 players changed locales during the first two weeks of free agency.