The rookie defensive end is looking to add to his arsenal of pass-rushing moves.
The biggest, best, most experienced team of reporters covering the Eagles got together recently to answer some of the summer's biggest questions as training camp begins. Today, they wonder if the Eagles did enough in the off-season to address their most glaring problem.
As Eagles veterans report to training camp, the status of Jordan Matthews' knee is unclear, as is his stature on a rebuilt receiving crops, and his future with the team that drafted him in the second round in 2014.
The golf outing seemed like just the thing to Carson Wentz, looking to bond with his Eagles receivers in North Dakota. Except, some of them hadn't been on a course before. Hilarity ensued.
For those who enjoy the Xs and Os, Coach Jim Schwartz's handling of his cornerbacks should be fun to watch.
Following a calmer offseason and armed with the experience of 16 rookie starts, Carson Wentz couldn't wait to get back to the NovaCare Complex and training camp.
A Boston University study, revealed Tuesday, strengthened the link between football and the brain disease CTE. "The choice is always there," one Eagles player said, "whether you want to play or not."
Defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz raves about the new defensive tackle.
Highlights from Day 2 of Eagles training camp.
The QB threw a franchise-record 607 passes as a rookie last season.
Zach Berman took your Eagles questions in a live chat, beginning at 2 p.m. Tuesday.
There's no end in sight for determining who will start at corner.
CHICAGO (AP) - Research on 202 former football players found evidence of a brain disease linked to repeated head blows in nearly all of them, from athletes in the National Football League, college and even high school.
As a Dallas sports anchor noted, it's "never dull covering the Dallas Cowboys."
Jim Schwartz doesn't like to blitz. Given that, can the Eagles get to the quarterback often enough to cover for iffy cornerbacks?