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2017 Schedule
7-9, 4th in NFC East
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20hPro Football Focus

Roster rankings: Eagles right in the middle

Philadelphia still has some questions on offense and in the secondary, but the defensive front seven is loaded, including the quietly terrific Brandon Graham.

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6dAaron Schatz, Football Outsiders

Best NFL teams of past 30 years: 2001 Eagles

This group was the highest-rated of Andy Reid's teams, although another Eagles squad may have claimed that title if it didn't rest starters at the end of the season.

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6dField Yates

Ranking NFL's best one-year flier deals

Alshon Jeffery gives Philly its best offensive playmaker and plenty of reasons for him to want to have his best season.

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Golic relives glory of '91 Eagles' defense (2:09)
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Plenty of promise in Philly

He wasn't able to lead the Eagles to the playoffs in his first season, but Carson Wentz quietly put up numbers that rank among the best for rookie quarterbacks in NFL history.

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13dTim McManus

Under-the-radar names to know from OTAs: Rasul Douglas

As his NCAA-leading eight interceptions a year ago suggest, Douglas has good instincts and a nose for the ball. That will help him in his quest to carve out a significant role with the Eagles this season.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Carson Wentz and the Eagles wrapped up a spirited spring Thursday, as mandatory minicamp came to a close. The second-year QB has to be encouraged by what he saw out of his wide receivers. Alshon Jeffery caught just about everything while Torrey Smith got busy stretching the field. And, to the surprise of many, Nelson Agholor looked dynamite. If he can finally meet his potential, this receiver group will have some serious depth.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles QB Carson Wentz plans to get together with his skill position players in his home state of North Dakota during the break before training camp. "There's beautiful summers up there, believe it or not," he said. "It will be fun to get together with those guys." Receiver Jordan Matthews has been angling for some bonding time in a North Dakota log cabin. Maybe he'll get his wish.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

The Eagles have signed LT Jason Peters to a one-year extension that extends his contract into 2019. Per Adam Schefter, $15.5 of his $32.5 million remaining is guaranteed. Peters told reporters on Tuesday that he was wants to retire an Eagle and was seeking reassurance by way of a new deal, and he got it.

Team Stats

Passing Yards224.124th
Rushing Yards113.311th
Points For22.816th
Points Against20.712th

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