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2012: Rd 3, Pk 82 (TEN)
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With Justin Hunter, Bishop Sankey gone, second round a Titans wasteland
Eagles' 53-man roster projection includes Carson Wentz's college teammate
Eagles release receivers Rueben Randle, Chris Givens
Dorial Green-Beckham to be featured more in Eagles-Colts game
Possible Lane Johnson suspension means new-look OL vs. Steelers
Jason Peters, Malcolm Jenkins among 10 Eagles out for preseason opener
Doug Pederson plans to keep Eagles hitting, despite injuries
Football workouts, 16-hour study days and a quest for an MBA
Eagles' 53-man roster projection includes rookie CB Jalen Mills
Jim Schwartz's scheme scrambles defensive depth chart
Data provided by Elias Sports Bureau
Lamar: I will be out there on Thursday night
Lamar Jackson explains how he hurt his quad and says he will play in the Ravens' Thursday night game against the Jets.
Source: Eagles lose WR Alshon Jeffery for season due to foot injury
The Eagles will be without wide receiver Alshon Jeffery for the rest of the season due to a foot injury suffered Monday night, a source confirmed to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Right tackle Lane Johnson is week-to-week with an ankle injury.
Bell: I didn't break any rules by bowling
Le'Veon Bell says he didn't break any rules when he was caught bowling during the Jets' game and says he is unhappy with his role with the Jets.
Ravens QB Lamar Jackson (quad) says he's playing Thursday night
Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson said he feels good and plans to play Thursday night, despite a quad injury that has limited him in practice.
Trotter: Mayfield keeps track of people who doubt him
Jake Trotter details how Baker Mayfield used perceived slights or injustices for motivational fuel even before he reached the NFL.
Source: NFL salary cap to climb up to $196.8M-$201.2M range
The NFL expects its 2020 salary cap to be within the range of $196.8 million and $201.2 million, marking the seventh straight season the cap is projected to climb more than $10 million per club from year to the next.