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Eagles Welcome Back Fletcher Cox And Darren SprolesKey weapons on opposite sides of the ball, the Eagles are welcoming back Fletcher Cox and Darren Sproles.
Darren Sproles Reports To NovaCare ComplexDarren Sproles, 5'6", 190-pounds, is entering his 12th NFL season.
Report: Darren Sproles Expected To Report To MinicampSproles, 32, is entering the final year of his contract and has skipped voluntary offseason workouts.
Report: 49ers Interested In Darren Sproles, Despite Chip Kelly's DenialDarren Sproles, 32, rushed for 317 yards, tallied 388 more through the air, and accumulated 446 punt return yards in 2015.
Report: Darren Sproles 'Staying Away' From OTAs Amid Trade RumorsSproles, 32, is in the final-year of his contract.
Darren Sproles Would Like To Return To EaglesDarren Sproles has just one year remaining on his three-year deal with the Eagles, leaving his future uncertain.
Beasley Reece: Chip Made Bad InvestmentsChris Stigall talked with sports analyst Beasley Reese on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT.
Team Grades: Eagles Fail To Seize Mediocre NFC East With Poor Showing Vs. WashingtonThe Philadelphia Eagles were embarrassed on national TV against Washington with the NFC East on the line. Washington's Kirk Cousins ripped through the Eagles pass defense to help clinch the division Saturday night in Philadelphia.
Is DeMarco Murray Feeling The Heat?The Philadelphia Eagles invested big money for running back DeMarco Murray and the results on the field are frustrating the new franchise running back.
Team Grades: Philadelphia Eagles Flatline Against Arizona Cardinals in Second HalfThe Philadelphia Eagles lost four turnovers in a 40-17 loss Sunday night in Lincoln Financial Field against the Arizona Cardinals.
Team Grades: Eagles Special Teams Remain Reliable In Win Vs. BillsThe Eagles special teams may not have scored a touchdown this week in a win against the Bills, but it continues to be the most reliable asset on the team as a push for the NFC East crown starts to come together.
Team Grades: Defense And Special Teams Lead Eagles To Wild Upset Over PatriotsIn a win nobody could have honestly seen coming, the Philadelphia Eagles snapped their losing streak on the road against the New England Patriots by using big defensive and special teams to tack on 21 points in a 35-28 victory.

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