Catch up on what the Eagles did last week and what's still left for them to do over the rest of the offseason.
The new Eagles linebacker said that the team said that he could compete for the weak-side linebacker spot. That's Mychal Kendricks' job, although he is once again on the trade market. Does Corey Nelson, who signed a one-year deal, have a legitimate shot to replace Kendricks should he leave?
Under Jay Wright, Villanova has become perhaps the best college basketball program in the country. Where does that put him on the city's all-time list of great coaches?
The NFL free-agency tampering period starts at noon on Monday, March 12, and free agency officially starts at noon on March 14. Get all the latest news right here on the Eagles' free-agent moves and breaking news and rumors across the National Football League.
The tight end has spoken with representatives from all 32 NFL teams.
Daryl Worley: ""I don't know what gave me more joy - coming back home or first initially getting draft. That sums it up."
The NFL's rulemaking competition committee is poised to change the sport's controversial catch rule by eliminating provisions related to slight movement of the football in a receiver's hands and the going-to-the-ground requirement.
The addition of Michael Bennett should make a good defensive line better. But the key for the Eagles' defense will be their ability to replace slot cornerback Patrick Robinson.
Beat writer Zach stopped by to take your questions about all the latest Eagles offseason news and rumors in a live chat Tuesday.
Haloti Ngata was still a force before he suffered a season-ending biceps injury last season. But he's 34 and entering his 13th NFL season. Will the new Eagles defensive tackle still be able to play at a high level?
The Eagles watched six players from the 2017 roster sign elsewhere. Nine are still on the open market.
The Philadelphia Eagles take 'bleeding green' so seriously, they lead the NFL in solar energy production, promote sustainability, and gave birth to the modern movement of green professional sports.
The 34-year-old defensive tackle has seemingly done it all in the NFL, but Haloti Ngata said that a trip to the Injured Reserve made him realize how much he still wanted to play football.