7073彩票登录Jeff McLane began covering the Eagles in April 2009 after covering college sports and Penn State football in particular. Before that he wrote about high school sports and before that he worked in the mailroom (not quite).

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Which Eagles should return next season? See our picks and make your own.

Put on the GM cap and make your voice heard in our annual Eagles Stay or Go ballot.

Eagles fire offensive coaches Mike Groh and Carson Walch

“After much consideration and discussion, I have decided to make a change at the offensive coordinator and wide receiver coach positions,” coach Doug Pederson said.

Why the Eagles drafted J.J. Arcega-Whiteside over DK Metcalf and other WRs

The second-round pick had a disappointing season, but he and Howie Roseman are expecting improvement next year.

Eagles' Schwartz to interview for Browns head coach job

The 53-year-old Schwartz isn’t believed to be a prime candidate for the Browns opening.

Malcolm Jenkins claims that getting rid of some problem players led to late-season success

“The team just kind of got closer as we fine-tuned the roster,” Malcolm Jenkins said.

Zach Ertz details recovery from lacerated kidney that led him to play vs. Seahawks

A rapid recovery allowed the star tight end to be cleared in time to play in Sunday’s playoff game against Seattle.

Wentz’s season again ends in tragedy — or fate for those who believe he’s injury prone | Jeff McLane

It’s hard to fault the quarterback for his latest setback. Many viewed Clowney’s hit as dirty, or at the least a personal foul. Nevertheless, the fact remains that Wentz has now suffered four injuries in four NFL seasons.

Eagles-Seahawks Up-Down drill: Carson Wentz’s injury, Fletcher Cox was a beast, questions about refs

Jadeveon Clowney likely knew exactly what he was doing when he drove his shoulder into Carson Wentz's back.

Eagles tackle Lane Johnson out for Sunday’s playoff game against the Seahawks

The right tackle was listed as questionable and Halapoulivaati Vaitai will again start in Johnson’s place.

Jason Kelce’s third All-Pro nod confirms the Eagles center is still elite. Why would he retire now? | Jeff McLane

Kelce's position may not be a glamorous one, and he may be taken for granted publicly because of his reliability, but the Eagles aren’t in the playoffs for the third straight season without the 32-year-old.