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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New York6-10-02-4-0
Eagles' Rueben Randle: Undergoes gallblader surgery
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Randle missed Tuesday's OTAs after undergoing gallbladder surgery.

The procedure may require a week or two of recovery, but it shouldn't threaten Randall's availability for training camp. After signing a one-year contract in the offseason, he'll compete for snaps against Nelson Agholor, Josh Huff, Chris Givens and others. Jordan Matthews is locked in as the top receiver, and Agholor's draft status (2015 first-rounder) would seem to give him an edge for the No. 2 role.

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Eagles' Jordan Matthews: Building rapport with Bradford
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Matthews spent a week working out with quarterback Sam Bradford earlier this offseason, reports.

Matthews flew to Oklahoma in March to work out with Bradford in hopes of continuing to build their quarterback-receiver chemistry. Although Bradford's recent trade request, which was later rescinded, briefly made matters contentious between he and the Eagles, Matthews holds no ill-will toward Bradford, and clearly is determined to build on the duo's strong second half of last season. After finishing with 85 catches for 997 yards and eight touchdowns last year, Matthews is expected to start at an unfamiliar outside position this season, so by already working with Bradford, he's prepared for a smoother transition when OTAs begin next week.

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Eagles' Wendell Smallwood: Impresses Pederson in OTAs
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Eagles head coach Doug Pederson was impressed with Smallwood's first day of full-team OTAs, CSN Philly's Dave Zangaro reports.

According to other reports, Smallwood was worked in with the second-team offenses during Tuesday's workouts, but as Zangaro reports, Pederson was impressed with what he saw from the former West Virginia back. "He's a guy that I think can be explosive," Pederson said after practice. With the Eagles' running back-by-committee approach heading into 2016, Smallwood could push himself into the discussion for playing time with a strong showing this summer.

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Eagles' Carson Wentz: Works with third team in OTAs
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Wentz participated in the Eagles' first day of OTAs on Tuesday, CSN Philly's Dave Zangaro reports.

Wentz is still getting acclimated to head coach Doug Pederson's offense, and he worked with the third team on his first day of full-team OTAs. Wentz worked in a pro-style offense at North Dakota State, which is why plenty of experts think he's the most pro-ready rookie quarterback since the Colts' Andrew Luck in 2012. However, the leap from Division I-AA to the NFL is quite a sizable one, and it appears, for now, that Pederson isn't rushing Wentz into anything. The rookie's development is going to be a long-term project, with Sam Bradford expected to man the position until Wentz is deemed ready.

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Eagles' Sam Bradford: Expected to be the starter
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Bradford participated in the Eagles' first OTAs of the season Tuesday, CSN Philly's Dave Zangaro reports.

Eagles head coach Doug Pederson said before practice Tuesday that Bradford is "the guy," according to Zangaro's report. Despite the Eagles' aggressive move in this year's Draft to move up and draft fellow quarterback Carson Wentz, it appears Bradford will enter training camp as the team's primary option at quarterback. If he plays well enough to earn the job, he'll have 16 games lined up ahead of him to prove he's worth a long-term contract in the near future, either from the Eagles or another team.

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