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Chip Kelly, Eagles get former Duck Kenjon Barner from Panthers

Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly likes his old players from Oregon, as he added yet another one on Tuesday. The team now has nine former Ducks on the roster. The Eagles traded a conditional 2015 draft pick with the Carolina Panthers to acquire former Ducks running back Kenjon Barner, who was buried on a loaded Panthers depth chart, writes Gregg Rosenthal of
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The first cut is the deepest for Jason Phillips— and Eagles trade for Kenjon Barber…

Aw man, I saw this coming for Jason Phillips…it really sucks for him, but at least by the mercy of being the first cut for the Eagles he gets an early shot at catching on with another team desperate for a special teams guy who is a backup linebacker. We should be talking about our regulars facing off against the Pittsburgh Steelers in the upcoming preseason Game 3 on Thursday night…...
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Eagles trade a draft pick for Panthers running back

The Philadelphia Eagles acquired RB/KR Kenjon Barner from the Panthers in exchange for a conditional seventh-round pick in 2015. The pick is likely contingent on Barner making the 53-man roster. @Eagles: #Eagles acquire running back and returner Kenjon Barner from Carolina for a conditional 7th round draft pick in 2015. Barner played for Eagles […] The post...
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Eagles acquire Kenjon Barner from the Panthers

The Eagles have announced that they’ve traded for Panthers running back Kenjon Barner. #Eagles acquire running back and returner Kenjon Barner from Carolina for a conditional 7th round draft pick in 2015. — Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) August 20, 2014 There have been whispers that Barner was going to get cut down in Carolina. Barner played under Eagles...
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Eagles release linebacker Jason Phillips

Today the Philadelphia Eagles released linebacker Jason Phillips. He was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in the fifth round of the 2009 NFL Draft. He played college football at Texas Christian University (TCU). @RavensInsider: Eagles cut former Panthers and Ravens linebacker Jason Phillips Phillips will now try to clear the waivers. The post Eagles release linebacker Jason Phillips...
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Eagles Release LB Jason Phillips

  The Philadelphia Eagles announced Tuesday that they have released LB Jason Phillips, per Adam Caplan. Phillips, 28, is a former fifth-round pick of the Baltimore Ravens back in 2009. He later signed a two-year contract with the Eagles as an unrestricted free agent in March of last year. Phillips had a base salary of $730,000 coming his for the 2014 season. Last year...
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Philadelphia Eagles tumble down preseason Power Rankings, check in at No. 8

Every team has played two games. Most of the starters have seen enough action to provide a sense of what a team has to offer. And the picture is becoming clearer around the league. Yes, it’s dangerous to put too much stock in preseason games. But it’s also foolish to ignore information that can be very valuable, which is what exhibitions provide to the keen observer. With that...
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Eagles still struggling to find identity on defense

In their first two preseason games, the Philadelphia Eagles defense gave up 76 combined points, however, defensive coordinator Bill Davis said that the unit is a work in progress and that he's still in the evaluation phase. "This is the evaluation phase,” Davis said, via Ashley Fox of ESPN. "And sometimes evaluation looks painful, but sometimes it looks promising...
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Zach Ertz: A must draft for Fantasy Football

I think the headline speaks for itself. I’m done here. No, wait, don’t click on something else yet. I have more. Much like my article touting Kyle Rudolph as worth a spot on your fantasy team, so will this one about another tight-end, Zach Ertz. Philadelphia Eagles’ head coach Chip Kelly stated early during camp that he plans to “use him all over the place.” You may already...
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Eagles Secondary A Major Concern

The following is a guest post from an ardent Eagles fan and Eagles Addict supporter.  He’s also trying to get his own Eagles blog up and running (Eagles Eye Focus Sportstalk) and his goal is to gain some exposure to his writing. Eagles Addicts, please welcome Lou DiBi to the site because you may see other guest posts from him in the future. Eagles Secondary A Major Concern By...
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McCoy back at practice after 'small version of turf toe'

Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy sat out Sunday's practice with a toe injury that had many holding the breath. Turns out, he's fine. McCoy was back at practice on Monday after his brief injury that was described as a “small version of turf toe,” according to John Gonzalez of CSNPhilly. “If it hurts too much, I’ll shut it down,” McCoy explained....
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Lesean McCoy is suffering from Turf Toe which required an MRI

The Philadelphia Eagles are taking it easy with Lesean McCoy who is suffering from an injury. That injury is a result of turf toe. According to CBS sports McCoy needed an MRI. @CBSFantasyFB: LeSean McCoy got an MRI for his injured toe McCoy was not concerned with the injury but did admit it hurt. “[Sunday] […] The post Lesean McCoy is suffering from Turf Toe which required an...
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Which Teams Might Be Interested In Trading For Mark Sanchez?

After the whole butt fumble debacle in 2012, i'm not sure many peope had high expectations for Mark Sanchez's career. Flash-forward two years later, and it looks like there might actually be a market for the former USC star.Reports out of Eagles camp said Sanchez was impressing, but he's been lights out so far during the first two preseason games. He's been outplaying...
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Philadelphia Eagles fan’s ‘NINTENDO 64′ jersey is nostalgic brilliance (photo)

Without having to rely on the Konami Code, Philadelphia Eagles fan Jason Fanelli unlocked a brilliantly executed ode to video game systems of yore by customizing his No. 64 jersey with the name “NINTENDO.” He apparently wore it to some Philly radio station event over the weekend. There’s really not much to add other than […] The post Philadelphia Eagles fan’s ‘NINTENDO...
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Chip Kelly: Eagles would listen to offers for Mark Sanchez

New Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Mark Sanchez has played extremely well thus far this preseason. He has completed 18-of-22 passes for 207 yards with two touchdowns and one interception in two outings.  These performances have led Eagles head coach Chip Kelly to comment on a potential Sanchez trade prior to the start of the regular season (via CSN Philly).  The question: “What...
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