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Safety Keelan Johnson returned to the Eagles Thursday after missing four practices because of 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.
Eagles offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur was the most recent coach to compliment Jordan Matthews.
“However many it takes,” DeMeco Ryans said when asked the ideal number of snaps in 2014.
Marshawn Lynch's holdout is over, ending one distraction so far for the Super Bowl champions.
Jeffrey Lurie made it obvious that he is pleased with the state of his franchise.
Paul Domowitch: Riley Cooper's success last season had less to do with DeSean Jackson than some think.
The Street: There is absolutely no reason the league should continue to give DirecTV exclusive rights to one of its most potentially lucrative television properties - especially with so many other options at its disposal.
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