With the 2014 regular season just over a week away, more than 1,100 players will be released as 32 NFL teams have until Saturday at 4 p.m. ET to trim their rosters down to the final 53. First up: the initial wave of cuts as teams get to 75 players by Tuesday.
NFLDraftScout.com publisher Frank Cooney shares detailed analysis of all quarterbacks drafted this century, where they are now and what might become of the oddball class of 2014 which -- depending on whose voice you trust -- could be special or so-so.
This is the NFL, where the difference between winning and losing can be measured in seconds and inches and, ultimately, by the caliber of a team's quarterback. And for the Eagles, that quarterback has yet to emerge.
The Philadelphia Eagles opened their three-day mandatory minicamp Tuesday, and it was like nothing you've seen ... or heard ... before. But it's one thing to be unconventional; it's another to be a success. The question in front of us is: Will this translate to the NFL?
CB Cary Williams, who signed a three-year, $17 million deal with the Eagles in March after winning a Super Bowl with the Ravens the month before, has been scarce during voluntarily workouts with his new team. That should change this week.
Chip Kelly played enough against Matt Barkley while coaching at Oregon to know what he can do at quarterback. Clark Judge says Philly's pick of Barkley means mistake-prone Michael Vick is not long for Philly.