Jeff McLane began covering the Eagles in April 2009 after covering college sports and Penn State football in particular. Before that he wrote about high school sports and before that he worked in the mailroom (not quite).

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Should these Eagles stay or go?

Compare your choices with beat writer Jeff McLane's.

Eagles say goodbye to three assistant coaches, including defensive line and wide receiver coaches

The Eagles have parted ways with defensive line coach Chris Wilson, wide receivers coach Gunter Brewer and assistant offensive line coach Eugene Chung, according to an NFL source.

Howie Roseman defends Eagles’ new medical staff after injury-marred season

The Eagles endured a 57 percent increase in regular-season games in which their players were lost to injury in 2018.

Eagles podcast: Wrapping up the season and looking at what’s to come

Jeff McLane and Zach Berman wrap up the season, talk about Howie Roseman and Doug Pederson’s end-of-year news conference, and look at some big issues that are next for the Eagles.

Carson Wentz has a lot to prove and the Eagles QB knows it

“You want to play postseason football. I still have zero games of postseason football under my belt and realize I have a lot to prove in that regard,” Wentz said Monday. “But I’m confident that I will get the chance to do that.”​

Eagles-Saints: What we learned from the playoff loss

Ten day-after takeaways from the season-ending loss to New Orleans.

Eagles podcast: Breaking down Birds-Saints, Carson Wentz vs. Nick Foles (again), and more

Zach Berman and Jeff McLane analyze the Eagles' playoff loss and what's next.

Analysis

Nick Foles’ legacy is intact, but loss to the Saints shows why he won’t be back with the Eagles | Jeff McLane

“No matter what happens,” Foles said on Sunday, “it’s been a joy.”

Doug Pederson trending down, Jordan Matthews trending up after Eagles' playoff loss to Saints

Nick Foles had a rough Sunday, but this playoff run was impressive in the scope of his Eagles career.

Eagles' Malcolm Jenkins had rare misstep after loss to Saints, but his leadership has helped make this playoff rematch possible | Jeff McLane

Jenkins might have overstepped his bounds in November. Nevertheless, the Eagles safety, as a vocal leader, usually gets it right. He's never afraid to challenge the status quo or ask questions, and it's made him one of the most versatile defenders in the NFL.