Eagles in the a.m.: Bye Week Review

The Eagles return to practice on Monday after a busy bye week for the Eagles organization. Here is all the coverage, from Juan Castillo's dismissal to Mike Patterson's return:

MONDAY, Oct. 22

- Kurt Coleman's toughness comes from his father, a breast cancer survivor.

- Mike Patterson will return to practice, Jeff McLane reports.

SUNDAY, Oct. 21

- A look inside Andy Reid's week, by Jeff McLane.

- Can the Eagles turn it around? Phil Sheridan explores.

- Jeff McLane answers the big questions surrounding the Eagles at the bye.

- Here are reasons for optimism and pessimism at the bye week.

- A look at the Eagles' remaining schedule, and what each game could mean.

FRIDAY, Oct. 19

- Andy Reid stayed with Michael Vick and Marty Mornhinweg.

- The investigation into Garrett Reid's death revealed that he died of a heroin overdose.


-  The Eagles worked out offensive tackle Chris Williams, a former Bears first-round pick.


- -Andy Reid put himself on notice by firing Juan Castillo, writes Jeff McLane.

- Andy Reid made a mistake by hiring Juan Castillo in the first place, writes Bob Ford.

- Todd Bowles takes over the defensive coordinator job, a role he's never had but is well-suited to fulfill. 

- Michael Vick shouldn't rest easy right now, writes Jeff McLane.

- Joe Banner was officially named the Cleveland Browns' CEO.

- Todd Bowles will keep the same scheme, and other notes.

- What's next for Reid? It could be Vick.

- Reid took responsibility for hiring Castillo.