The Falcons and Titans? Outside rush. Niners, Cards, Broncos and Cowboys? Inside LB. Chiefs, Pats, Jets, Raiders? Wideouts. Every team has a hole.
The Eagles have agreed to terms with former Saints safety Malcolm Jenkins, reports ESPN's Adam Schefter. Details of the deal: three years, $16.25 million.
Dream Scheme? Defensive coordinator Bill Davis needs new starting DBs as Philadelphia retools this offseason.
The Philadelphia Eagles had their worst season in 15 years, so there are lots of holes to fill, including, of course, head coach. But the Eagles also need to upgrade their secondary and their offensive line, too.
The Giants' playoff hopes were expiring by the time they got to the locker room after their 42-7 pounding of the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday night. The Bears were in victory formation, finishing off a 26-24 win over the Detroit Lions. That officially ended the season for the defending Super Bowl champs.
Blasting Tony Romo is an NFL pastime, but is it justified? Pete Prisco doesn't think so. The tape and the numbers say the Cowboys quarterback is the main reason Dallas even has a shot at a division title.
Week 16 demonstrates how Pete Carroll's vision of constant competition is working in Seattle. Right, 49ers? Pat Kirwan also notes the Jets' QB issues and thinks Andy Reid deserves a shot to develop young Philly talent.
The Eagles did some good things Sunday against the Washington Redskins in their final home game of the season, but the result was the same -- a loss.
The Eagles will be counting on production from newcomers Emil Igwenagu, who was signed a week ago, and Evan Moore, who's been on the roster for a day, when they play the Redskins on Sunday.
The Eagles' Colt Anderson has worn a label as a special teams ace -- and it didn*t appear it would ever come off. It wasn't really a bad label, even though he didn*t want it. After all, it helped him carve out a nice career in the NFL.

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