The Eagles defense swarmed all over the Arizona offense for five sacks and three turnovers, then hung on for the 24-21 victory.
There’s been something strange going on at Eagles’ training camp. Something that Eagles’ fans have seen sporadically over the years, though not as frequently as they may see in the Eagles’ new 3-4 defensive alignment this year.
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.
Trent Cole is one of the many Eagle’s veterans adjusting to their new defensive scheme.
Trent Cole was injured, and Andy Reid gave an update.
Trent Cole is showing veteran leadership at OTA’s.
The Eagles have signed Trent Cole to a contract extension that will keep him in Philadelphia for a long time.
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“Everybody seemed refreshed, happy to be back, excited,” says quarterback Michael Vick.
“I thought they did a very nice job of preparation and they showed a lot of emotion throughout the game,” Reid said of his team, “and then played good physical football, which I think is important.”
The Eagles will try to start the long road back from a 1-4 start on Sunday as they visit the Washington Redskins.
Prior to practice, head coach Andy Reid revealed that second-round pick Jaiquawn Jarrett will split first team reps this week at safety with Kurt Coleman.
Andy Reid confirms that rookie first-round pick Danny Watkins is taking first team reps at right guard with an eye towards starting Sunday against the Buffalo Bills.
After repeatedly blowing fourth-quarter leads, Reid says, it is time for his players to look in the mirror.
Philadelphia defensive end Trent Cole has been fined $20,000 by the NFL for hitting Houston quarterback Matt Schaub in the knee area.