The Eagles have tried to replace him — year after year — but Nate Allen keeps surviving as a starting safety. This season is no different.
Can Jeremy Maclin stay healthy? Is Nick Foles for real? What if it all comes down to a kick? Here are 5 major Eagles questions heading into 2014.
The Eagles on Monday signed former track star Teddy Williams and quarterback G.J. Kinne to complete their 10-man practice squad.
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6dThe Eagles on Tuesday waived offensive lineman Julian Vandervelde, who underwent back surgery Aug. 10
6dIf LeSean McCoy doesn't stay healthy this season -- he's already injured his toe and his thumb -- the Eagles say Darren Sproles is a viable replacement.
6dDepth on the offensive line looked like a serious concern heading into 2014, but left guard Matt Tobin and center David Molk have been dominating the competition with the second-team unit.
6dBack surgery could put Justin Vandervelde on injured reserve as the Eagles prepare to trim the roster to 75.
1wWith only one preseason game remaining, the Eagles still need to determine who will be their kicker heading into Week 1. It was a topic of debate on Monday's edition of Philly Sports Talk.
1wIf 2014 happens to be his last year in an Eagles uniform, then veteran linebacker Trent Cole is ready to put the pedal to the floor and give everything he's got to the team.
1wJeremy Maclin got testy with reporters when asked recently about his injury-prone label, and feels that he'll have a huge year in Chip Kelly's scheme.