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Stadium: Lincoln Financial Field | Coach: Chip Kelly
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Offense5th124.5 (9th)272.2 (6th)
Defense28th110.7 (15th)264.9 (31st)


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New York6-10-02-4-0
Eagles officially cut offensive lineman Todd Herremans
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

The Eagles have officially moved on from offensive lineman Todd Herremans, the team announced Friday.

"Todd has been the ultimate professional during my two years in Philadelphia with him," coach Chip Kelly said in a statement Friday. "He is a tough player and I wish him all of the best as he moves forward in his NFL career. I spoke to him earlier today and one of the things I told him was that by releasing him now, he will have a full opportunity to explore all of his options around the league."

Herremans has spent all 10 years in the league with the Eagles. The move will reportedly save Philadelphia $2.8 million in cap space for 2015.

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Report: Eagles to cut ties with OL Todd Herremans
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

The Eagles are expected to release offensive lineman Todd Herremans, ESPN's Adam Caplan reported Thursday. Herremans, 32, was the longest-tenured Eagle outside of Trent Cole. He started 124 regular season games, including 94 as a guard and 30 as a tackle. With the move, Philadelphia will save $2.8 million in cap space, according to Zach Berman of the Philadelphia Inquirer. 

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Eagles safety Nate Allen cleared of all wrongdoing in incident
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

Eagles safety Nate Allen has been cleared of all wrongdoing involving an alleged lewd act, reports WPVI-TV in Philadelphia.

Allen was accused of performing a lewd act in front of teenage girls while stopped at a red light in Fort Myers.

The Florida State Attorney released a statement saying Allen was mistakenly identified as the suspect.

"After reviewing the case and situation, Mr. Nate Allen should be commended for his patience, cooperation, and understanding," Florida State Attorney Steve Russell said. "Further the victim should be commended for her cooperation and willingness to report the offense."

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Eagles release James Casey
by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com

The Eagles announced the team has released tight end James Casey on Thursday. Casey confirmed the news on Twitter, saying he'd been "fired" by the Eagles.

The move will give the Eagles some salary cap flexibility. Casey was slated to earn $4 million in 2015, and his entire salary is non-guaranteed, meaning it will all count as cap savings. 

Casey played in all 16 games for the Eagles last season, starting two. He had three catches for 59 yards and two touchdowns. 

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Eagles' Nate Allen on being detained: 'It's disgusting' to be linked to this
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

Eagles safety Nate Allen told The News-Press on Tuesday that he denies any wrongdoing that caused him to spend five hours in a holding cell in Fort Myers on Monday night. Allen was detained after police were informed that one or two teen-aged girls saw Allen perform a lewd act to himself at red light.

"It's disgusting to even be associated with something like this," Allen said. "Just the fact that there's an accusation with my name, about doing something that repulsive.

"The whole time I was sitting there in this holding cell, I'm thinking, 'Football isn't even worth all this.' I don't even like considering myself a celebrity. I hate how people idolize us. Because this is the type of stuff that comes with being idolized.

"This is the stuff that comes from it."

Allen has not been charged with a crime, but the investigation remains ongoing at this time. The 27-year-old will become an unrestricted free agent next month after making $3 million last season for the Eagles. He played 15 games in 2014, registering 62 tackles and four interceptions.

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