The Eagles placed DE Ricky Sapp on I.R. and signed former Texans DE Pannel Egboh.
The Eagles announced Monday that they have traded FB Charles Scott to the Cardinals for CB Jorrick Calvin, a swap of 2010 sixth-round draft picks.
One of the standouts of the Eagles' impressive draft class has been TE Clay Harbor, who was somewhat of an unknown coming into the NFL from Missouri State.
WR DeSean Jackson and DE Trent Cole both left Friday night's preseason game against the Chiefs because of injury.
Chiefs rookie LB Cameron Sheffield was carted off the field Friday night with a neck injury after a helmet-to-helmet hit with Eagles RB Mike Bell.
Eagles TE Cornelius Ingram had a Baker's cyst drained from the back of his left knee and calf on Thursday and will miss Friday's preseason game against the Chiefs.
The 49ers signed veteran RB Brian Westbrook to a one-year deal, creating one of the league's top backfields.
The Eagles are trying to downplay the big strides being made by first-round DE Brandon Graham in training camp, says "NFC Whispers," but he'll soon crack the starting lineup.
The Eagles are known as one of the hardest-hitting teams in training camp, but even they had to hold back LB Ernie Sims, who appears to be on a mission to prove his doubters wrong.
The Eagles announced Monday that they have signed TE Nate Lawrie. To make room for him on the 80-man roster, the team released TE Martin Rucker.
The NFL will not suspend Michael Vick as a result of a shooting that occurred at his 30th birthday party June 25. Word that the league wouldn't punish the Eagles' quarterback surfaced more than a week ago, but the ...
Eagles WR Jeremy Maclin suffered a bone bruise in his left knee during afternoon workouts Tuesday but no ligament damage, CSNPhilly.com reported, citing a league source.
The Eagles have come to terms with unrestricted free-agent WR Kelley Washington, an eighth-year veteran who is coming off his most productive season.
The Eagles and Broncos made a trade Friday night, sending LB Joe Mays to Denver and RB-RS J.J. Arrington to Philadelphia.
Offensively, there's little not to like about the Eagles' potential, but the offensive backfield is an area with some unknowns.