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Game Review: Eagles ‘D’ Vs. Bucs Offense

If you missed the first game review on the Eagles’ offense, click here. Now onto the defense.

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Week 6: Eagles Snap Count Analysis

TAMPA, Fla. — Here’s a look at how the Eagles divvied up playing time Sunday afternoon against the Bucs.

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Cheat Sheet: Eagles D Vs. Tampa’s Offense

If you missed the first cheat sheet, click here. Now, on to 10 things about how the Eagles’ defense matches up with Tampa’s offense.

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Week 5: Eagles Snap Count Analysis

Here’s a look at how the Eagles divvied up playing time against the Giants Sunday afternoon.

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Davis And the Commitment To the 3-4

Billy Davis was asked on Tuesday if his personnel is better suited for a 3-4 or a 4-3 scheme. “I believe we’re a 3-4,” he […]

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Game Review: Eagles ‘D’ Vs. Broncos Offense

If you missed the first game review, breaking down the Eagles’ offense against Denver’s D, click here. Now on to Bily Davis’ defense.

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Week 4: Eagles Snap Count Analysis

Here’s a look at how Chip Kelly divvied up playing time Sunday afternoon against the Broncos.

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Twitter Mailbag: On Curry, Receivers and the Fatigue Factor

Riley Cooper 1Which team is best set up for a track meet on Sunday? Will the Eagles bring in any wide receiver help? And will Vinny Curry get more opportunities after an impressive debut? We try to answer all of that in the latest mailbag.

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Week 3: Eagles Snap Count Analysis

Here’s a look at how Chip Kelly divvied up playing time against the Kansas City Chiefs, with notes on Vinny Curry, Brandon Graham, Zach Ertz and others.

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Making Sense Of the Eagles’ Inactives

The following Eagles are inactive for tonight’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs: QB Matt Barkley, CB Roc Carmichael, CB Jordan Poyer, OT Matt Tobin, […]

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Making Sense Of the Eagles’ Inactives

Vinny CurryThe following Eagles are inactive for tonight’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs: QB Matt Barkley, CB Roc Carmichael, CB Jordan Poyer, OT Matt Tobin, OT Dennis Kelly, DL Damion Square and tight end Emil Igwenagu.

Most noteworthy is the player whose name is not listed above: Vinny Curry.

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Week 2: Eagles Snap Count Analysis

Here’s a look at Eagles snap counts against the Chargers, with notes on Brandon Graham, James Casey, Earl Wolff and others.

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Making Sense Of the Eagles’ Inactives

The following Eagles are inactive for Sunday’s game against the San Diego Chargers: QB Matt Barkley, CB Bradley Fletcher, CB Shaun Prater, OT Matt Tobin, OT Dennis Kelly, DE Vinny Curry and TE Emil Igwenagu.

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Vinny Curry’s Agent Open To A Trade

Vinny CurryVinny Curry grew up an Eagles fan, so in a lot of respects this is a dream job for him. But his time in Philadelphia has come with its share of frustrations. And as he embarks on his second season, it’s unclear exactly how he fits into the team’s plans — if he fits into them at all.

The Neptune, New Jersey native found himself in a familiar spot Monday night:  on the inactive list. He did not dress for the first 10 games his rookie season. Curry was hoping those days were behind him, but was relegated to the sidelines once again on Monday night while the other six defensive linemen on the roster were active and saw playing time against Washington.

There is some talk that he is simply not a fit for this scheme and is best suited as a pass rusher in a 4-3.

Is it time to move on?

His representation is open the idea.

“Vinny’s main objective is to play and play at a high level,” agent Kevin Connor told Birds 24/7. “The question becomes, can that happen in Philly or do we need to facilitate an opportunity outside of Philly if it makes sense for all parties.”

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Making Sense Of the Eagles’ Inactives

The following Eagles are inactive for tonight’s game against the Redskins: Matt Barkley, Shaun Prater, Matthew Tobin, Dennis Kelly, Vinny Curry and Emil Igwenagu.

The Eagles released Brandon Hughes this week so they only need to name six inactives instead of the usual seven.

The big name in that group is Curry. The second-year defensive lineman spent all offseason adding weight to prepare for the 3-4 scheme shift. And he was quite possibly the Eagles’ most active defensive player in the preseason.