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2017 Schedule
7-9, 4th in NFC East
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Eagles Core Not Good Enough To Win NFC East

Terrell Owens discusses why doesn't think the Eagles can win the NFC East with their current roster and which team he thinks will take the division.

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T.O. talks celebrations, OBJ, Dak & NFC East

Former NFL WR Terrell Owens talks about the NFL's new celebration rules, what he could still bring to an NFL team, why the Eagles won't win the NFC East, the advice he gave to OBJ last year and if the Cowboys can win the Super Bowl with Dak at the helm.

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2dBill Barnwell

Most outsized contracts: Cox a cornerstone

Considering defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz's affinity for creating pressure without blitzing, it's not hyperbolic to suggest the Eagles built their defense around Fletcher Cox.

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Herm Edwards on Doug Pederson's potential

Are the Eagles a potential playoff team? Plus, Herm Edwards explains Pederson's coaching style heading into his 2nd season with the team & looks ahead to the upcoming season.

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Eagles' season hinging on Wentz (1:26)
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8dESPN.com staff

NFC East Q&A: Who will be division MVP?

The majority of our NFC East reporters expect Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott to be the most valuable player in the division this season.

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10dNFL Insiders

Future Power Rankings: Eagles

If Carson Wentz can make the jump in Year 2, then the Eagles' future looks sky-high. However, Philly will still need better secondary play if it wants to be serious NFC contenders.

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Green-Beckham continues to draw interest (1:05)
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15dTim McManus

Former punter Runager died from blood clot

Former punter Max Runager, who was found dead Friday in his car in South Carolina, died from a blood clot that resulted from a recent injury, the Orangeburg County chief deputy coroner told The Times and Democrat.

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17dTim McManus

Bradham accepts deferred prosecution deal

Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Nigel Bradham has accepted a deferred prosecution deal stemming from a felony battery charge which dates back to last summer.

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20dTim McManus

WR Green-Beckham released by Eagles

Wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham was released Friday after one season with the Philadelphia Eagles.

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20dTim McManus

Source: LB Hicks injures hand on honeymoon

Eagles linebacker Jordan Hicks recently injured his hand while on his honeymoon in Greece, a league source confirmed. It is not considered to be a major injury at the moment.

Team Stats

Passing Yards224.124th
Rushing Yards113.311th
Points For22.816th
Points Against20.712th

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