The Eagles had interviewed Adam Gase before the Dolphins and before they met with Doug Pederson. What if they had hired the Miami coach?
The Eagles would be hard-pressed to win without Jordan Hicks or Brandon Graham, but it looks like they won't have to, after tests on minor injuries.
The session was not the blood-boiling, high-intensity joint practices that you may see on television, but the benefit was clear for both teams.
It's still a mystery why Byron Maxwell and Kiko Alonso were such terrible fits with the Eagles, but they seem to fit in Miami, and the Eagles have Carson Wentz, so maybe it doesn't matter.
Like everything in the NFL, a player's health is judged on a sliding scale: the more productive you are, the more time you can miss before you start worrying about your job.
The Eagles' deep pool of experience at offensive tackle is getting much shallower, with Allen Barbre and Matt Tobin both traded.
Highlights from the first day of Eagles-Dolphins workouts.
The veteran receiver is a pro and he'll be ready when the real games matter, the Miami QB says.
The Eagles were down two defensive starters at practice. Derek Barnett returned after a one-day absence.
Derek Barnett was out with a "day-to-day" injury, but Jason Peters returned from his excused absence.
Jeffery's position coach said the wide receiver is a "little bit behind" after missing time, but Jeffery said "not at all."
An increasing number of NFL teams and college programs are switching to state-of-the-art telescoping video equipment to film practices.
Highlights from the Eagles' 19th day of training camp.
Byron Maxwell and Kiko Alonso return to NovaCare this week. Less heralded is reserve guard Dallas Thomas' encounter with the team that drafted him in the third round four years ago, then cut him in 2016.