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THE EAGLES and the Giants exchanged players this offseason. Not formally, of course, but New York signed Eagles free-agent defensive linemen Mike Patterson and Cullen Jenkins, and the Eagles signed former Giants first-round safety Kenny Phillips.
The 6-foot-2, 220-pound wide receiver is in this ideal situation mostly because of new coach Chip Kelly 's preference for larger players at most positions.
Former Oregon State Beavers and current Philadelphia Eagles Cornerback Jordan Poyer joined the BFT Tuesday afternoon to talk about his NFL Draft experience, playing for a former rival coach and alongside his hero.
Michael Vick and Trent Cole have little choice but to try to learn Chip Kelly's new tricks.
With the Philadelphia Eagles in mini-camp this week, a lot has been discussed about the team's quarterbacks.
Freddie Mitchell comes up with a 28-yard reception on fourth-and-26 between Bhawoh Jue and Darren Sharper to keep the Eagles' game-tying drive alive in the fourth quarter.
Another week, another set of OTA's. The Eagles will hit the practice field with music blasting, sideline signaling and smoothies being made.
When Chip Kelly was asked what to make out of Dennis Kelly playing at starting right tackle over first-round pick Lane Johnson last week, Chip Kelly responded that "it's May 13." Well Monday was May 20, and the lineup is the same.
The previous Monday's peek was the first of the Chip Kelly era, so everything seemed exciting and new, from the blaring music to the relayed hand signals.
The Eagles enter their second week of OTAs this week, and they will practice throughout the next three weeks.