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Eagles in the a.m.: Nov. 15

FROM THE INQUIRER

Eagles in the a.m.: Nov. 15

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FROM THE INQUIRER

- Nick Foles is already making his presence felt as the Eagles quarterback, writes Jeff McLane.

- The Eagles should stick with Nick Foles this season, writes Bob Ford.

- More changes on the offensive line, among other notes.

FROM BIRDS' EYE VIEW

- Could Robert Griffin III have been an Eagle? Andy Reid was interested.

- Jeremy Maclin disputes the notion that he's not tough.

- Nick Foles gets ready to start, as explained in this video report.

- One story about Nick Foles' preparation habits.

Inquirer Staff Writer
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