PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – On the day that rookies report to training camp for the Philadelphia Eagles, there are many, many questions about this year’s team. There is one question however, that stands head and shoulders […]
Eagles general manager Howie Roseman popped out of his cool office unto the NovaCare Complex grounds on a balmy Monday afternoon before a phalanx of tape recorders, jostling cameramen and myriad mics to address a few pertinent things.
They all make their professional home at a shared sports complex. But the four men responsible for making Philadelphia’s four pro sports teams go rarely share a stage.
With Matt Barkley in the fold, it seems the Eagles have three options at QB.
The Philadelphia Eagles have selected Oklahoma defensive end David King with the last of their three picks in the seventh round.
The Philadelphia Eagles have selected Oregon State cornerback Jordan Poyer with their second of three seventh-round picks.
The Philadelphia Eagles have selected Utah defensive end Joe Kruger with the first of their three seventh-round picks.
A mock draft done by a computer simulation says the Eagles should take OG Warmack in Thursday’s draft.
The Eagles say they’ll look at Twitter and Facebook accounts of players they may draft.
Mock drafts say the Eagles could go in any number of directions in next week’s draft.
Howie Roseman wishes the Eagles weren’t picking so high in the upcoming draft.
Howie Roseman said the Eagles have a sense of urgency, but won’t force anything in the draft.
West Virignia QB Geno Smith will visit with the Eagles on Wednesday.
Eagles general manager Howie Roseman just wants to hang with people who like football.
New Eagles nose tackle promises that the 2013 Eagles will “shock the world.”