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23hAs expected, the Eagles signed veteran wide receiver Miles Austin to a one-year deal, the team announced Tuesday.
23hMiles Austin may seem like an underwhelming signing by the Eagles, but he could play a pivotal role this season if the club's young cast of receivers aren't ready.
1dChip Kelly had the cash flow to afford both Byron Maxwell and Jeremy Maclin, but decided to secure just one — and here's why.
1dThe Eagles added another oft-injured veteran Monday, agreeing to terms on a one-year, $2.3 million deal with wide receiver Miles Austin, according to a league source.
1dThe Eagles on Monday extended LB DeMeco Ryans, likely lowering his cap number for 2015 but also preserving his roster for at least one more year.
2dAfter suffering his second ACL injury in consecutive seasons, new Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford contemplated retirement, but was talked out of it.
2dChip Kelly traded for Kiko Alonso and has pledged to bring back DeMeco Ryans, so where does that leave Mychal Kendricks? Could he be a trade chip?