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  • Michael Bennett Warns NFC East QBs, Compares Eagles D-Line to Warriors

    Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Michael Bennett is embracing his new surroundings, as they offer him the opportunity to harass a new group of quarterbacks in the NFC East.  During Monday's introductory press conference, Bennett listed off the QBs within Philadelphia's division, per's Tim McManus: "I know Eli Manning is probably watching this and thinking ... yes, I'm coming. I know Dak [Prescott] is watching this like, 'Yeah, he's coming.' Yeah, I am. And Alex Smith, he knows he can't...

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  • Bennett warns QBs in NFC East: 'I'm coming'

    New Philadelphia pass-rusher Michael Bennett called out the other three starting QBs in the NFC East -- Eli Manning, Dak Prescott and Alex Smith -- saying "it's going to be fun" chasing them down as a member of the Eagles.
  • 2018 NFL Schedule Rumors: Super Bowl Champion Eagles to Host Vikings in Opener

    The Philadelphia Eagles reportedly have the first opponent of their Super Bowl defense lined up. Howard Eskin of Sports Radio WIP in Philadelphia reported the Eagles will host the Minnesota Vikings to open the 2018 season. The game will be a rematch of the NFC Championship Game, in which Philly dismantle the Vikings in a 38-7 blowout to reach Super Bowl LII. The Eagles went on to earn a 41-33 win over the New England Patriots for their first Lombardi Trophy in franchise history. The Vikings team...

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  • NFL free agency showed opening Super Bowl windows, rather than building dynasties, has become the goal

    In a copycat league like the NFL the Philadelphia Eagles are now the team everyone is chasing
  • Source: Blount inks 1-year, $2M deal with Lions

    The Lions have signed running back LeGarrette Blount, the team announced Friday. Blount brings Super Bowl experience to Detroit after winning it with the Eagles last season and with the Patriots the previous season.
  • Panthers nullify Bashaud Breeland's contract over failed physical

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The Carolina Panthers nullified their three-year, $24 million deal with free-agent cornerback Bashaud Breeland because of a failed physical thanks to a non-football injury, the team announced on Friday. Breeland told ESPN he cut the heel of his left foot on March 4 while in the Dominican Republic, where a golf cart hit him in the back of his leg and reopened a wound first suffered in fourth grade. Breeland said he didn't believe that...

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  • Vinny Curry Released by Eagles, Will Enter Free Agency

    Defensive end Vinny Curry has been with the Philadelphia Eagles his entire career, but that will change in 2018. Philadelphia announced it released Curry on Friday: The move came after the sides were unable to agree on a pay cut, per Mike Garafolo of NFL Network. The Eagles drafted Curry in the second round in 2012 out of Marshall, and he eventually became an important part of the defensive line rotation as they won the Super Bowl last season. However, Ian Rapoport of reported on March...

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  • Panthers nullify Breeland deal after physical

    Bashaud Breeland says a cut to the heel on his left foot led to a failed physical, nullifying his three-year, $24 million contract with the Panthers.
  • Latest NFL mock draft 2018, post-free agency: Major surprises in 2-round projection

    With 2018 NFL free agency past its first wave, let's look toward the 2018 NFL Draft with our latest two-round mock draft projection, including the big-name quarterbacks -- Sam Darnold of USC, Josh Rosen of UCLA, Josh Allen of Wyoming, and Baker Mayfield of Oklahoma. Who will the Cleveland Browns take with the first overall pick? What about the New York Jets, New York Giants, and Philadelphia Eagles?
  • Malcolm Jenkins on Winning the Super Bowl, Activism in the NFL, and Almost Dropping the Vince Lombardi Trophy

    Plus: A quick story about the time he paid a cop $700 to go fetch some booze.

  • Brent Celek Guarantees He'll Return to Eagles in Emotional Goodbye to Philly

    Eagles star Brent Celek is taking a line from "Terminator" in his heartfelt farewell to Philly -- telling fans not to be sad about him getting released 'cause, "I'll be back." Brent -- who missed only 1 regular-season game in 11 SEASONS with…

  • Nick Foles Trade Rumors: Cardinals Reportedly Made Call for Eagles QB

    As the Arizona Cardinals searched for Carson Palmer's replacement, they checked in on the status of a Super Bowl MVP. Per NFL Network's Mike Garafolo (h/t Fox Sports' Peter Schrager), the Cardinals called the Philadelphia Eagles to inquire about Nick Foles: Arizona didn't land Foles, but it reportedly did get a quarterback...or two. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, former Minnesota Viking Sam Bradford intends to sign with Arizona, and NFL Network's Tiffany Blackmon reported ex-Chicago Bear...

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  • Sources: Saints adding CB Robinson, LB Davis

    Ex-Eagles cornerback Patrick Robinson and former Jets linebacker Demario Davis are going to sign with the Saints, sources told ESPN.
  • Eagles Trade Rumors: Mychal Kendricks to Be Shopped After Nigel Bradham Contract

    The Philadelphia Eagles are reportedly expected to shop linebacker Mychal Kendricks on the trade market, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Rapoport's report came after ESPN's Adam Schefter noted Wednesday the Eagles had agreed to a five-year, $40 million contract to keep linebacker Nigel Bradham. Kendricks will count for $7.6 million against the cap in 2018. Kendricks, 27, will enter his seventh NFL season after the Eagles selected him in the 2012 draft out of California. He has primarily...

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  • Nigel Bradham Reportedly Re-Signs with Eagles on 5-Year, $40 Million Contract

    Linebacker Nigel Bradham reportedly will remain with the Philadelphia Eagles after agreeing to a five-year, $40 million contract. Adam Schefter of ESPN reported the news Wednesday. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network added that Philadelphia will now "shop" linebacker Mychal Kendricks. Bradham has led the Eagles in tackles in each of the last two seasons, tallying 102 in 2016 before finishing with 88 in 2017. While the unit was dominant against the run, the linebacker was valuable in coverage as well,...

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  • Eagles re-sign LB Nigel Bradham to 5-year deal

    The Philadelphia Eagles have a new deal with LB Nigel Bradham, agreeing to a five-year, $40 million contract, a source told ESPN.
  • Brent Celek Released by Eagles, Will Enter Free Agency

    The Philadelphia Eagles have released tight end Brent Celek after 11 seasons. The Eagles announced Celek's release on Tuesday.  Per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, Celek was due to count for $5 million against Philadelphia's 2018 salary cap.  The Eagles also lost tight end Trey Burton after he agreed to a deal with the Chicago Bears, per NFL Network's Mike Garafolo.  Tight end Zach Ertz has been one of the Eagles' primary pass-catching options with at least 74 receptions in each of the past three...

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  • Haloti Ngata Reportedly to Sign Eagles Contract After 3 Seasons with Lions

    The Philadelphia Eaglesand free-agent defensive tackle Haloti Ngata reportedly agreed to terms on a one-year contract Tuesday.  Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen of ESPN first reported the news and noted Ngata intends to sign with Philly once free agency officially opens Wednesday. The move will represent the end of Ngata's three-year run with the Detroit Lions—which started when the Baltimore Ravens traded him to the Motor City in advance of the 2015 season.  However, it's not surprising the...

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  • Eagles release TE Celek, longest-tenured player

    The Eagles released veteran tight end Brent Celek, who was the longest-tenured active pro athlete in Philadelphia. "Brent Celek defines what it means to be a Philadelphia Eagle," the team said in a statement.
  • Lane Johnson, Eagles Reportedly Restructure Contract, Create $7.5M in Cap Space

    The Philadelphia Eagles and offensive tackle Lane Johnson reportedly reached an agreement Tuesday on a restructured contract to create $7.5 million in additional salary-cap space. Field Yates of ESPN first reported the new deal and noted Johnson is still set to receive the same amount of money despite the substantial drop in his 2018 cap hit. The 27-year-old University of Oklahoma product is coming off the best season of his career. He earned his first Pro Bowl selection and was named first-team...

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  • Source: Ex-Eagles TE Burton going to Bears

    Eagles tight end Trey Burton plans to sign with the Bears, a source told ESPN.
  • Sources: DT Ngata intends to sign with Eagles

    Defensive tackle Haloti Ngata intends to sign with the Eagles in free agency, sources told ESPN.
  • “Well, this sucks”: As free agency begins, what’s next for these seismically altered Seahawks?

    Free agency begins Monday with the “legal tampering period” of teams being allowed to talk to unrestricted free agents. The market opens Wednesday. Seattle just cleared $17.95 million in additional space under this year’s salary cap to have about $30, enought to spend to help a few of its needs.

  • Torrey Smith Reportedly Traded to Panthers for Daryl Worley

    The Philadelphia Eagles reportedly traded wide receiver Torrey Smith to the Carolina Panthers for cornerback Daryl Worley on Friday, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. The deal marks Philly's second swap of a wideout for a defensive player this week as the Eagles will add defensive end Michael Bennett and a seventh-round pick from the Seattle Seahawks for wide receiver Marcus Johnson and a fifth-round pick, per ESPN. Albert Breer of The MMQB added that the Eagles will save $4.3 million against...

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