The Eagles are back on the field at the Linc for the first time since their playoff exit.
Eagles Jeremy Maclin and Bradley Fletcher got into a fight during practice on Monday.
With DeSean Jackson now in Washington, the Eagles offense looks for other players to step up.
Fans have been counting the days until the start of training camp. The Eagles appear to be equally excited.
While Chip Kelly, Nick Foles, and the continued to be questioned nationally, Philadelphia is confident in their team.
Saturday, Maclin said he felt great and that he can’t wait to get back to playing in full pads.
DeSean Jackson, now a Washington Redskin, made a triumphant return to the Philadelphia area and dropped 45 points on his pal’s team, LeSean McCoy, during McCoy’s charity basketball game Saturday.
Eagles running back LeSean McCoy was ranked as the 5th best player and the 2nd best running back in the NFL by his peers.
Connor Barwin’s Foundation Raises $170K.
Jeremy Maclin responds to Antrel Rolle
After missing all of last season with a knee injury, Maclin continues to look strong throughout the Eagles off-season workouts. Maclin knows the real test will come when he puts the pads on during training camp, but the receiver is happy with his progress at this stage of the off-season.
Maclin signed a one-year deal in February to stay with the Eagles in 2014.
Jeremy Maclin wanted something that most athletes don’t go looking for: a shorter contract.
The Philadelphia Eagles have agreed to a one-year deal with wide receiver Jeremy Maclin, the team announced Friday afternoon.
Furthermore, two of the Eagles top receivers, Riley Cooper and Jeremy Maclin, are free agents set to hit the open market. A controversial topic over the past couples months has been, which receiver should the Eagles re-sign? However, it looks like the Eagles may be able to keep both players in midnight green.