Carson Wentz practices, Mychal Kendricks is released, Paul Worrilow is injured
This is the time for the cornerback to prove the Eagles got a steal when they took him in 2017's second round, just after Achilles' surgery.
The Eagles reportedly turned down the No. 35 pick in the 2018 NFL draft for Nick Foles, partly because Foles said he preferred staying in Philly.
Highlights from the Eagles' first day of OTAs.
Doug Pederson confirms that the team is definitely going but says attendance is "an individual decision."
On the latest episode of the Birds' Eye View podcast, Zach Berman and Jeff McLane talk about Carson Wentz's return to the field during organized team activities, Mychal Kendricks being released, other practice observations, and more.
From speaking to the media to pushing himself through some drills Tuesday, Wentz made it clear he wanted people to know he was still the Eagles' alpha dog.
Less than two years after taking a front-office job with the Eagles, Brian Dawkins, one of the most popular players in franchise history, is leaving the organization.
The Eagles had tried to trade the linebacker in the last two offseasons. They released the 27-year-old today.
Doug Pederson says Eagles are still determining logistics. Carson Wentz doesn't view the visit as political.
Doug Pederson: "Two guys that I don't have a lot of concern as far as their ability to help us win games because they're veteran players and they know how to get themselves ready to go."
The Eagles begin the first of their voluntary OTAs this week. Here are five storylines to watch.
The Eagles also added three new people to their scouting team.