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2019 Schedule
9-7, 2nd in NFC East
Who will rule the NFC East? (0:55)
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Ex-RB 'He Hate Me' Smart found safe, police say

Former Eagles and Panthers running back Rod Smart has been found safe, the Lancaster County Sheriff's Office said Tuesday, after he was reported missing in South Carolina.

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12dChris Mortensen

Eagles promote Weidl to replace Douglas

Andy Weidl was promoted to VP of player personnel, succeeding Joe Douglas, who left the Eagles to become Jets general manager.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles TE Zach Ertz, husband of Julie Ertz, defends the U.S. Women's team running up the score on Thailand in the World Cup.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles rookie RB Miles Sanders continues to be held out of spring practice with a hamstring injury. He'll be sidelined for the entire three-day minicamp. "Obviously, it hurts a little bit that he's not getting the physical reps, but I don't want to risk him any further," Doug Pederson said. "We'll wait until camp and get him out there."

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Gold Glover: DeSean Jackson tries out a new fashion style during individual drills.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Though Carson Wentz's new contract contains a $30 million team option for 2020, it is more a tool for cap management and is essentially fully guaranteed, per source. Here's the contract breakdown courtesy of Field Yates: Signing bonus: $16,367,683 Base salary/roster bonuses: 2019: $720K 2020: $1.383M & $8M 2021: $3.9M & 10M 2022: $18.5M & $1K 2023: $18M & $5M 2024: $21M & $5M Team option for 2020: $30M Incentives/escalators: $16M

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14d

Ertz eager to cheer on wife Julie in World Cup

Eagles tight end Zach Ertz is anxious to head to France on Friday, following the team's mandatory minicamp, to cheer on his wife, Julie, in the Women's World Cup.

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14dTim McManus

Eagles' Jenkins wants new contract at market rate

Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins is looking for a new contract that will pay him the current market value, but that didn't stop him from attending the mandatory minicamp that opened Tuesday.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Malcolm Jenkins on if his current deal accurately reflects his value.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Sign of the changing times at the Eagles' practice facility. (Photo by Les Bowen).

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins is in attendance and taking part in minicamp drills after skipping OTAs. He's in search of a new deal. "He never once said he was holding out...These guys are veteran players and they understand what it takes to get ready," Doug Pederson said.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles receivers Alshon Jeffery and DeSean Jackson sharing the field for the first time in public view. Carson Wentz's 2019 weapons coming into focus, and they're impressive.

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15dTim McManus

Eagles shake up medical staff, sources say

The Eagles named Arsh Dhanota the team's chief medical officer in an overhaul of their medical staff after a rocky 2018 season on the injury front, sources told ESPN.

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15d

Wentz: Jumped at $128M deal; 'was a win-win'

Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz called his recent contract extension a fair opportunity "just because I love this place and I want to be here for a while, so I felt it was a good time."

Wentz: I wanted Philadelphia to be home (2:43)
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16d

Source: Eagles' Jenkins reports for minicamp

Safety Malcolm Jenkins has reported for his physical and will be in attendance when the Eagles open their mandatory minicamp on Tuesday. Jenkins had been a no-show for voluntary activities.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards267.27th
Rushing Yards98.128th
Points For22.918th
Points Against21.812th