Eagles in the a.m.: Nov. 9

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"It's never about plays. It's about players," Howard Mudd said. "I learned that a long, long, long time ago." (David Maialetti/Staff file photo)

FROM THE INQUIRER

- Eagles offensive line coach Howard Mudd is hoping the offensive line can survive with players playing out of position because they've been trained to be versatile.

- Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie talks defense, Todd Bowles talks tackling, Marty Mornhinweg talks running the ball, and more in this notebook.

- A former Eagles quarterback is making his acting debut, writes Frank Fitzpatrick.

FROM BIRDS' EYE VIEW

- The Eagles' offense must adjust to Cowboys, Jeff McLane explains in this video.

- Todd Bowles discusses the defense.

- An update from Eagles practice.

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