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Nick Foles scanned the field during Friday's training camp practice and saw Ifeanyi Momah running along the left side with the first-team offense. There are few wide receivers in the NFL with whom the 6-foot-6 Foles can look eye-to-eye, but Momah is one of them.
"The Eagles, for sure. That was the one team we didn't want to play," said former Seahawk Chris Maragos.
Zach Ertz leads an Eagles tight end corps that should improve in 2014.
In an unprecedented move, the Dallas Cowboys, who haven't had a winning season in four years, have included playoff tickets in their mailings to season...
Offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur doesn't have a lot of options if starters go down.
Paul Domowitch: LeSean McCoy figures dropping five pounds will make him even more elusive.
Safety Keelan Johnson returned to the Eagles Thursday after an arrest on assault charges.
Nate Allen and Earl Wolff are vying for the starting safety spot opposite Malcolm Jenkins.
LeSean McCoy dropped 4-7 pounds in recent weeks in an effort to become even quicker.
On the third day of practice in pads, Cary Williams tried his damnedest to mix it up.
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