If Marcus Mariota falls on draft day, will the Eagles be further tempted to risk a king’s ransom to get Chip Kelly’s former QB? That and more from our Senior Bowl insiders in this week’s Sources Tell Us.
LeSean McCoy told NFL Network that he believes Nick Foles was the victim of injuries in 2014 and is confident that the Philadelphia Eagles’ quarterback will bounce back in 2015.
Uncertainty filled the air in Philadelphia on Friday. That is, until the Eagles released a statement detailing an organizational shake-up that puts power in Chip Kelly’s hands.
The Eagles are sitting outside the playoffs after losing three of their final four games. Safety Malcolm Jenkins told "NFL AM" Friday that the team’s sins came back to haunt them when they played good teams.
Nick Foles struggled at times before a broken collarbone ultimately ended his season. Despite his difficulty in 2014, he expects to be back as the starting quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles.
Questions about LeSean McCoy’s future swirled around the running back after the season finale. However, Chip Kelly said he wanted the Eagles’ key piece back in 2015.
Odell Beckham predictably shined for the New York Giants, but the Philadelphia Eagles prevailed in the final bout of the regular season. Was Beckham’s rookie year enough to save Tom Coughlin’s job?
As successful as LeSean McCoy and Jeremy Maclin have been individually in the NFL, they have yet to win in the postseason. What did McCoy say about the Philadelphia Eagles’ current playoff drought?
A decision is coming one way or another at the Philadelphia Eagles’ quarterback position. Coach Chip Kelly said even though an injury hurts the process he’ll evaluate Nick Foles on the games he did play with the Eagles.
Defensive end Fletcher Cox was one of the biggest Pro Bowl snubs this season. Find out what Chip Kelly had to say about Cox’s value to the Philadelphia Eagles.