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2018 Schedule
13-3, 1st in NFC East

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie: "I have always believed it is the responsibility of sports teams to be very proactive in our communities. In this great country of ours, there are so many people who are hurting and marginalized, which is why I am proud of our players for continuously working to influence positive change. Their words and actions have demonstrated not only that they have a great deal of respect for our country, but also that they are committed to finding productive ways to fight social injustice, poverty and other societal issues that are important to all of us. We must continue to work together in creative and dynamic ways to make our communities stronger and better with equal opportunities for all."

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3dTim McManus

Eagles cut Kendricks, lose Worrilow to injury

Mychal Kendricks, who was drafted by the Eagles in 2012, has been released by the team. A source tells ESPN that new linebacker Paul Worrilow has torn his ACL.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

New Eagles LB Paul Worrilow had an air cast placed on his right leg and was carted off after colliding with a teammate during the first day of OTAs. The injury occurred during red zone drills inside the practice bubble. The Eagles signed the veteran in April to add competition to the linebacker position.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Carson Wentz showing some decent mobility as he gets some pre-practice work in.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Carson Wentz dressed for work at start of OTAs even though he hasn't been medically cleared to practice. Wentz has been getting field work in and will be out there with his teammates today in some capacity. Continues to eye Week 1 for a return from a left ACL/LCL injury.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

DE Michael Bennett and RB Darren Sproles are the two veterans not in attendance at the start of Eagles' OTAs, according to coach Doug Pederson.

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NFL Insiders predict: Who will win 2018 MVP?

Aaron Rodgers had an early campaign for 2017 MVP cut short. Is he a favorite for this year's award? Our Insiders make their picks and dig into more.

Kellerman's a fan of Johnson's smack talk to Pats (0:55)
Johnson still not sold on the 'Patriot Way' (1:53)

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles defensive end Brandon Graham recently had surgery on his right ankle and could miss spring workouts, according to sources. The procedure is to promote faster healing on a high ankle sprain suffered on Christmas night against the Raiders. He played through the injury and was a hero in Super Bowl LII, coming up with a strip sack of Tom Brady to seal the win for Philly. Graham is currently in a protective boot. He's expected to report to the NovaCare on Monday as the team opens OTAs.

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10dTim McManus

Eagles' Johnson fed up with Pats' 'arrogance'

The Eagles' Lane Johnson is continuing to take shots at the Patriots, this time taking offense at their "arrogance" in his comments made on Steve Austin's podcast.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles second-round pick TE Dallas Goedert on his mentality as rookie camp opens. "I plan to be the best at whatever I do. I don't come out here to be second string. Not saying I'm going to be the first string, but I plan on doing whatever I can to contribute to this team as fast as I can." The Eagles think they can create some matchup problems with Goedert and Zach Ertz on the field together.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

"Don't pause. This is the National Football League! You ain't got no time to pause." Eagles offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland paid lots of attention to former Australian rugby-league player turned offensive lineman Jordan Mailata at the start of the team's rookie minicamp Friday. Mailata has zero football experience, but the coaching staff feels like there is plenty of potential in that 6-foot-8, 350-pound frame.

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14dTim McManus

Eagles 'highly encouraged' by Wentz's progress

While Carson Wentz hasn't been medically cleared, the Eagles are optimistic he'll return from a torn ACL and LCL for the start of next season.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards233.613th
Rushing Yards132.23rd
Points For28.63rd
Points Against18.44th