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2016 Schedule
7-9, 4th in NFC East

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Pro Bowl news: Eagles C Jason Kelce replaces Alex Mack and RB Darren Sproles replaces Devonta Freeman on the NFC Pro Bowl roster

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NFC East Awards: MVP, top rookie, more

Jason Garrett earned his second NFC East title, and was named the division's coach of the year by ESPN's NFL Nation. Jason Pierre-Paul and Landon Collins were both a huge reason why New York finishing as a top-10 defense. But who was named the division's Rookie of the Year? NFL All-Division awards

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Kiper: Eagles go cornerback in Round 1

Philly hasn't spent a first-round pick on a corner since Lito Sheppard in 2002, but the Eagles need help at the position. Mel Kiper Jr. has them taking one of to Florida stars. Mock 1.0 (Insider)

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Changes coming to Philly's WR corps

Jordan Matthews should remain a starter, but Dorial Green-Beckham and Nelson Agholor have been huge disappointments. Tim McManus expects an overhaul this offseason. Predicting big changes

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Logan among top free agents-to-be

Bennie Logan is the only Eagle represented in John Clayton's top 50 potential free agents for 2017. But with enough versatility to fit a number of defensive schemes, he might be among the more desired interior defensive linemen. Top free agents (Insider)

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Time for reinforcements at cornerback

As Tim McManus notes, the Eagles haven't drafted a CB in the first round since Lito Sheppard in 2002. Don't be surprised if that changes this year. Biggest draft need

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Revisiting the Eagles' 2016 offseason

Mike Sando initially gave the Eagles a B-minus for their offseason moves, including the drafting of Carson Wentz. And while things ended on a down note, there's enough optimism going forward to keep a similar grade. Re-grading offseasons (Insider)

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills wide receivers coach Sanjay Lal is interviewing for the same position today with the Eagles, sources tell ESPN NFL Insider Adam Caplan.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

According to Adam Caplan, Sanjay Lal is interviewing today for Eagles wide receivers coach opening. Lal has been the Bills WR coach since 2015.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Here is what Sammy Watkins said Dec. 29 of Bills WRs coach Sanjay Lal, whom the Eagles have expressed interest in interviewing, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Caplan: "That's the one guy I don't want to leave. If he leaves, I don't how my mindset would be, honestly. That's a guy that kind of groomed me into running routes and doing everything the right way. Mentality, both mental and physical. If he leaves, that will hurt. Because that's the guy that kind of helped this whole group form a mentality and shape us into professionals. He gave us the whole script, off the field, on the field. I think it's helping this wide receiver group and helping the players. If he leaves, that will hurt."

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

WRs coach Sanjay Lal has one year remaining on his contract with the Bills, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Caplan. The Bills can block Lal from interviewing for the Eagles' vacant receivers coaching job if they so choose.

Team Stats

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

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