The week 9 Eagles’ studs and duds after a crucial ten-point, injury-riddled win over the Texans.
Chip Kelly feels Lane Johnson’s conditioning isn’t far off after returning on Tuesday from his four-game suspension
David Molk talked about his first career NFL start and the Eagles’ struggling run offense.
The Eagles need McCoy to be the guy that drives the offense. As much as quarterback Nick Foles is the conductor under center, McCoy is the engine that runs the offense. Perhaps this weekend’s home game against the St. Louis Rams will offer the medicine for McCoy’s rushing woes.
If Lane Johnson has any rust to shake off, he’ll have little time to do it.
Eagles offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur says the plan is to let Lane Johnson play right away.
The offense failed the Eagles in their loss to the 49ers.
Todd Herremans was the last man standing from the expected Eagles starting offensive line on Sunday.
If Kelly is a master of preparation, which he seems to suggest he is, then the Eagles will find a way to fly by the next few weeks without much problem with a shuffled offensive line. This will be easier said than done. The Eagles managed to get by Jacksonville with some concerns on the line. With Indianapolis, Washington and San Francisco coming up, the margin for error may not be great.
A new report indicates Eagles tackle Allen Barbre will have season ending surgery.
Lane Johnson is getting set to serve his 4 game suspension.
With Lane Johnson suspended for the first four regular-season games for violating the NFL’s banned-substance policy, Eagles’ coach Chip Kelly still feels the second-year right tackle is improving, despite working with the second team.
There’s going to be a void to fill at right tackle with the four-game suspension of Lane Johnson and that seemed to be the most pressing matter when Chip Kelly spoke to the media on Saturday at the NovaCare Complex.
Howie Roseman addressed a variety of topics as the Eagles opened training camp on Friday.
Lane Johnson takes full responsibility for his four-game suspension.