Everybody else wants to know if Nolan Carroll will be a starting cornerback once the regular season starts Sept. 14 in Atlanta.
Nolan Carroll isn’t looking that far ahead.
Finding two-gap defensive ends is a tall order. So the Eagles went out and got the tallest guy they could find.
One offseason day you’ll see Chip Kelly in Salt Lake City. The next day, Storrs, Conn. After that, Tuscaloosa, Ala., and then Los Angeles and Pittsburgh.
In this edition of “Mosher’s Mailbag,” I answer a question about the Eagles’ approach to free agency.
On Monday, Eagles defensive lineman tackle Bennie Logan and defensive end