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2018 Schedule
13-3, 1st in NFC East
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3dNFL Insiders

NFL Insiders predict: Who will win 2018 MVP?

Aaron Rodgers had an early campaign for 2017 MVP cut short. Is he a favorite for this year's award? Our Insiders make their picks and dig into more.

Kellerman's a fan of Johnson's smack talk to Pats (0:55)
Johnson still not sold on the 'Patriot Way' (1:53)

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles defensive end Brandon Graham recently had surgery on his right ankle and could miss spring workouts, according to sources. The procedure is to promote faster healing on a high ankle sprain suffered on Christmas night against the Raiders. He played through the injury and was a hero in Super Bowl LII, coming up with a strip sack of Tom Brady to seal the win for Philly. Graham is currently in a protective boot. He's expected to report to the NovaCare on Monday as the team opens OTAs.

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6dTim McManus

Eagles' Johnson fed up with Pats' 'arrogance'

The Eagles' Lane Johnson is continuing to take shots at the Patriots, this time taking offense at their "arrogance" in his comments made on Steve Austin's podcast.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles second-round pick TE Dallas Goedert on his mentality as rookie camp opens. "I plan to be the best at whatever I do. I don't come out here to be second string. Not saying I'm going to be the first string, but I plan on doing whatever I can to contribute to this team as fast as I can." The Eagles think they can create some matchup problems with Goedert and Zach Ertz on the field together.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

"Don't pause. This is the National Football League! You ain't got no time to pause." Eagles offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland paid lots of attention to former Australian rugby-league player turned offensive lineman Jordan Mailata at the start of the team's rookie minicamp Friday. Mailata has zero football experience, but the coaching staff feels like there is plenty of potential in that 6-foot-8, 350-pound frame.

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10dTim McManus

Eagles 'highly encouraged' by Wentz's progress

While Carson Wentz hasn't been medically cleared, the Eagles are optimistic he'll return from a torn ACL and LCL for the start of next season.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

The Eagles have signed the following undrafted free agents in front of this weekend's rookie minicamp: RB Josh Adams (Notre Dame) LB Asantay Brown (Western Michigan) OL Aaron Evans (Central Florida) DE Danny Ezechukwu (Purdue) DT Bruce Hector (South Florida) WR Anthony Mahoungou (Purdue) S Ryan Neal (Southern Illinois) DE Joe Ostman (Central Michigan) OL Ian Park (Slippery Rock) S Jeremy Reaves (South Alabama) S Stephen Roberts (Auburn) S Dominick Sanders (Georgia) CB Chandon Sullivan (Georgia State) CB Jordan Thomas (Oklahoma) OL Toby Weathersby (LSU

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

The Eagles agreed to terms on four-year contracts with the following draft picks: TE Dallas Goedert, CB Avonte Maddox, DE Josh Sweat, OL Matt Pryor, and OT Jordan Mailata.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

The Eagles signed former Packers QB Joe Callahan to a two-year contract Monday. With Carson Wentz still on the way back from an ACL and LCL tear, Callahan should get his share of reps this spring and summer. He joins a well-stocked QB room that includes Wentz, Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles and Nate Sudfeld.

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Bob Pockrass NASCAR 

Eagles linebacker Jordan Hicks says the rehab for his ruptured Achilles is going well but he is unsure of what his participation will be when OTAs start May 22. Hicks is waving the green flag for the NASCAR race today at Dover:

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18dAdam Schefter and Field Yates

Sources: Eagles' Jernigan has back surgery

Eagles defensive tackle Tim Jernigan had surgery on his back to repair a herniated disc, according to sources, and the team is hopeful to have him available for their regular-season opener against the Falcons.

Woody: Wentz 'doesn't need to rush back' (1:42)
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19dTim McManus

Wentz says he'll pick spots better moving forward

Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz told ESPN's Sal Paolantonio on Wednesday that he's discussed the need to better protect himself on the field with head coach Doug Pederson after tearing his ACL and LCL last season. Wentz vows to remain aggressive, though.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

The Eagles have signed former Steelers and Bears WR Markus Wheaton to a one-year contract. He played in 12 games last season for Chicago and had three catches for 51 yards. His last really productive season was in 2015 when he caught 44 balls for 749 yards and 5 TDs. Has some experience as a kick returner.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards233.613th
Rushing Yards132.23rd
Points For28.63rd
Points Against18.44th