Chris Polk


In the eighth of our 10-part offseason series examining the future of the Philadelphia Eagles, Geoff Mosher and Reuben Frank


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Grading the Eagles’ offense in their 27-24 loss to Washington Saturday at FedEx Field:


A couple years ago, LeSean McCoy led the NFL with a franchise-record 17 rushing touchdowns.

Now he’s not even getting the football near the goal-line.


Eagles practice began Wednesday with a twist: Chris Polk was running with the first-team offense while LeSean McCoy watched from the sideline.

What does this mean?