Philadelphia Eagles

Stadium: Lincoln Financial Field | Coach: Doug Pederson
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense12th108.9 (14th)255.4 (12th)
Defense30th134.6 (29th)267.1 (27th)


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Eagles' Carson Wentz: Slots in as No. 3 QB for now
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Wentz, who the Eagles selected No. 2 overall in April's NFL Draft, is trending toward opening the coming season as a game-day inactive, reports.

While Wentz is destined to start for the Eagles down the road, at this stage the rookie is the team's third QB, behind both starter Sam Bradford and top backup Chase Daniel, per coach Doug Pederson. It's an arrangement we'd expect to remain firmly in place to start the season, in the absence of an injury. With the long haul in mind, the Eagles are not inclined to rush the development of Wentz, though the report encouragingly notes that the 23-year-old signal-caller had some impressive moments during the team's OTAs and minicamp.

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Eagles' Nelson Agholor: Will not face charges in assault case
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Agholor will not be charged in the recent sexual assault investigation concerning a June incident at a night club, Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

Agholar recently made headlines when he was accused of assault at a Philadelphia night club, but Bowen is reporting that he will not wind up being charged. Bowen also reports that a formal announcement on the charges will be made as soon as Friday. Barring a sudden change in the direction of the case, Agholar should be cleared and ready for the start of training camp.

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Eagles' JaCorey Shepherd: Targeting training camp return
by RotoWire Staff | Special to

Shepherd (knee) participated in individual drills during the Eagles' offseason program and is targeting training camp for his return to a full workload, reports.

Shepherd's rookie season was lost before it even began, as he banged knees with Darren Sproles in training camp and tore his ACL. The 2015 sixth-rounder has made it an emphasis to refrain from rushing himself back into action, though, which is contrary to the norm among NFL athletes. Thus, Shepherd should be ready to rock come training camp considering he'll be nearly a full year removed from the injury, essentially rendering his lost rookie season a redshirt campaign.

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Eagles' Ron Brooks: Will compete for starting job
by RotoWire Staff | Special to

Brooks (neck) will compete with Norman Carroll for the starting job opposite newly-acquired Leodis McKelvin, reports.

Brooks ended the 2015 season on IR after dealing with neck, shoulder and head injuries throughout the year. However, the other leading candidate for the job, Norman Carroll (ankle), finished 2015 on IR as well. While 2015 second-round pick Eric Rowe also figures to vie for the starting role, offseason reviews suggest he isn't a realistic candidate to run with the first unit in 2016. Ultimately, as both Brooks and Carroll enter training camp following an offseason of rehab, the top spot on the depth chart could conceivably come down to the last man standing should either of them suffer a setback in their recoveries prior to Week 1.

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Eagles' Carson Wentz: Will redshirt 2016 season
by RotoWire Staff | Special to

The Eagles plan to shelve Wentz during the 2016 season and groom him behind-the-scenes while Sam Bradford quarterbacks the offense, the Eagles' official site reports.

Wentz, standing tall at 6-foot-5 and weighing a solid 237 pounds, owns the physical tools that makes quarterback gurus drool, but hails from a Division I-AA program and may thus need time to acclimate to NFL-caliber competition. The Eagles have echoed this sentiment repetitively over the course of the offseason, yet nothing is guaranteed and it isn't out of the realm of possibility for Wentz to see time in 2016 should starting QB Sam Bradford implode. For the time being, though, the starting job is Bradford's to lose, and even if Bradford were to self-destruct at some point in 2016, it could very well be Chase Daniel (a favorite of HC Doug Pederson from their time in Kansas City) who takes the wheel. Bradford is only under contract for one more season and is essentially serving as a placeholder at quarterback until Wentz takes over in 2017.

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