Aaron Grymes played safety Thursday for the first time since high school. He hopes his performance helps him make the team.
Matt McGloin has been on the field for 26 drives in the preseason. He's thrown just one touchdown pass and three interceptions.
Darby is hoping defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz will let him shadow the other team's best receiver this season.
Rookie Donnel Pumphrey is hoping to get on track in the Eagles' final two preseason games.
Eagles need a nickel corner capable of neutralizing Cole Beasley, Sterling Shepard and Jamison Crowder. Could it be Patrick Robinson?
An increasing number of NFL teams and college programs are switching to state-of-the-art telescoping video equipment to film practices.
Mychal Kendricks doesn't expect his impressive performance vs. the Bills to change anything; rookie Corey Clement hopes his improved his roster chances.
Darren Sproles, 34, isn't expected to play in the preseason as the Eagles try to keep him fresh.
With one more roster spot open at wide receiver, Marcus Johnson is hoping to overcome a hamstring injury to play Thursday night.
Jordan Matthews was one of the league's top slot receivers, catching 225 passes in his first three seasons. But the fact that he couldn't play outside limited his value to the Eagles.
Bryce Treggs had 7 catches for 91 yards against the Packers, but still is facing an uphill battle to make the Eagles' season-opening roster.
Donnel Pumphrey unexpectedly became a father at 17. His daughter has become the inspiration for his football success.
Punter Donnie Jones' 40.7-yard net average last season was the 11th best in the league and the fourth best of his career.
Brent Celek caught just 14 passes last season, none for touchdowns. But he still is one of the league's better blocking tight ends.
"Jimmy Gal" spent 46 years with the Eagles, serving a variety of roles, including personnel director and public relations chief.
Doug Pederson used two- and three-tight end sets on more than 41 percent of the Eagles' offensive plays last season.
The Eagles concluded Thursday's nearly three-hour practice with a touchdown pass. And a creative celebration.
The Eagles didn't roll over and play dead last season, finishing with three good efforts against the Ravens, Giants and Cowboys.
Paul Domowitch is a pro football writer for the Inquirer and Daily News, where he has worked since 1982. He has covered nearly 30 Super Bowls and has been a selector for the Pro Football Hall of Fame for the last 15 years.