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The Linc - Lane Johnson still chasing Dennis Kelly


Dennis Kelly ahead of Lane Johnson, for now | Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
Dennis Kelly freely admits it. When the first Eagles depth chart came out, and his name ranked above Lane Johnson at right tackle, it caught him by surprise. He hadn’t expected to be summoned to run with the starters. “No, to be honest,” the second-year tackle said Monday after practice. “Lane is a good player. They’re bringing him along and I’m just trying to take advantage of the opportunity I have.”

NFL helping Eagles improve the Linc | Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
Eagles fans will notice some changes this coming season at Lincoln Financial Field designed to upgrade the stadium and enhance fan experience. 

The NFL on Tuesday approved a plan to give the franchise some financial support as the venue undergoes cosmetic enhancements. The league announced the decision at the Owners Meetings in Boston.

Trent Cole Rejuvenated By Transition
"It's a new challenge. I'm a very competitive person. I'm really a stubborn-type person. I don't want to fail at anything. I'm going to go all-out so I can be successful at it. I think that's helped me through my whole career. I'm just going to keep moving from here," said Cole, who will still play defensive end in certain packages. "I've been in the league for nine years now. I've got to get my mind mentally ready to start back over again. I've got to wipe my slate clean."

Browns claim Stony Brook star Maysonet - ESPN New York Blog - ESPN New York
It didn’t take long for Miguel Maysonet to find a new team. The former Stony Brook star, released Monday by the Philadelphia Eagles, was claimed on waivers Tuesday by the Cleveland Browns, according to a source.

Bigger Eagles receivers could mean tiniest one stands out -
DeSean Jackson figures to thrive in Chip Kelly's offense, or be the main reason why others do.

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