Philadelphia Eagles

Stadium: Lincoln Financial Field | Coach: Chip Kelly
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense31st80.0 (29th)176.0 (30th)
Defense28th185.0 (30th)249.0 (25th)
2014 Draft
126Marcus SmithDELVILLE
242Jordan MatthewsWRVANDY
386Josh HuffWROREG
4101Jaylen WatkinsCBFLA
5141Taylor HartDEOREG
5162Ed ReynoldsFSSTNFRD
7224Beau AllenDTWISC


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LeSean McCoy sheds weight, 'feels much more explosive'
by Larry Hartstein |

Reigning NFL rushing leader LeSean McCoy said he lost 5-7 pounds and "feels much more explosive," reports the Philadelphia Inquirer. McCoy said he "wanted to do it for Chip's offense."

In coach Chip Kelly's up-tempo attack, McCoy ran for 1,607 yards and scored 11 touchdowns last season as the Eagles made the playoffs.

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Riley Cooper, Chris Polk still out
by Larry Hartstein |

Eagles receiver Riley Cooper (foot) and running back Chris Polk (hamstring) remained unable to practice Thursday, reports Coach Chip Kelly has said neither injury is serious.

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Earl Wolff supplants Nate Allen as starting safety
by Larry Hartstein |

The Eagles moved safety Earl Wolff to the first team Wednesday, demoting Nate Allen, reports Wolff hasn't locked up a starting job opposite Michael Jenkins, but he "has undeniably made plays through the first four days of camp," the report said.

Wolff played in 11 games as a rookie, making 45 tackles and an interception.

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Chip Kelly says Mark Sanchez 'has been outstanding'
by Larry Hartstein |

Eagles quarterback Mark Sanchez "has been outstanding since he's been here," coach Chip Kelly told reporters. "I think he's starting to feel more comfortable in terms of what we’re trying to do."

Sanchez has played so well that there's no question he's the No. 2 QB, according to The Star-Ledger. "Every day he's here," Kelly said, "there is an energy you can feed off of from him."

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Jordan Matthews looks ready to move up to first team
by Larry Hartstein |

Eagles rookie receiver Jordan Matthews has been dominating Philly's second-team defense, according to Birds 24/7's Sheil Kapaida. "I think it's time for Matthews to move up to the first team and square off against [corner] Brandon Boykin," Kapaida wrote. "I know [coach Chip] Kelly wants to slow down the hype, but he looks ready."

Quarterback Mark Sanchez repeatedly looks to Matthews. "I would say roughly 94 percent of Sanchez's completions today were to Matthews. Perhaps I'm being conservative," Kapaida wrote.

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