Third-and-longs were a major problem for the Eagles offense last season. Only the 1-15 Browns and the 2-14 49ers faced more of them.
The biggest, best, most experienced team of reporters covering the Eagles - Paul Domowitch, Jeff McLane, Les Bowen and Zach Berman - got together recently to answer a series of important questions as the team begins training camp.
With full-squad work starting Thursday, the offensive coordinator is trying to get his young receivers up to speed and limit mistakes.
Howie Roseman lauded the veteran lineman's contributions to the Eagles, but the former first-rounder was cut without fanfare.
The trade of the veteran interior lineman was a surprise, but cutting ties with the former first-round-pick was not.
The Birds hope they can outrun new numbers that indicate NFL players are more likely than previously believed to develop devastating neurological problems.
If this season were nothing more than another of placing Carson Wentz in a 16-game incubator, the front office would have claimed more casualties on Wednesday.
Daniels was with the team earlier this off-season.
Highlights from the third day of Eagles training camp.
The 26th selection in 2014 never played more than 26 snaps in a game.
The move comes on the day Issac Seumalo was announced as the starting LG for training camp.
Seumalo will get the first-team snaps between tackle Jason Peters and center Jason Kelce.
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.