With the Senior Bowl in the books, which players boosted their NFL draft stock and who disappointed? Geoff Mosher takes a look.
Scott Fitterer, a candidate for the Eagles' general manager vacancy, has reportedly decided to remain with the Seattle Seahawks.
Chip Kelly is still searching for a GM, and Eagles exec Ed Marynowitz and Dolphins scout Chris Grier appear to be the front-runners.
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1wThe Eagles will have their fourth quarterbacks coach in as many years as Bill Musgrave was named the offensive coordinator of the Oakland Raiders on Monday night.
1wThe Eagles have relieved John Lovett from his position as defensive backs coach and replaced him with Cory Undlin, who spent the last two years in the same position with the Denver Broncos.
1wThe NFL will investigate whether the Patriots used deflated footballs in Sunday's victory over the Colts to send New England to the Super Bowl.
1wJoe Banner was crazy on point with some of his preseason NFL predictions this season.
1wThe Buccaneers have denied the Eagles permission to interview Jon Robinson for their newly created front-office vacancy, according to a report.
1wIn Part 8 of Reuben Frank and Geoff Mosher's series, they examine whether players from LeSean McCoy to Chris Prosinski will still be Eagles in 2015.
1wGary Kubiak has signed a four-year contract to coach the Denver Broncos.