Paul Domowitch covers the Eagles and the NFL for the Inquirer, where he has worked since 1982. He has covered more than 30 Super Bowls and has been a selector for the Pro Football Hall of Fame for the last 18 years.

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Eagles GM Howie Roseman explains why the Eagles let three-time Pro Bowl safety Malcolm Jenkins walk

Roseman on not keeping Jenkins: "As much as you want to show gratitude for past performance and loyalty, you also have to have one eye on the future.''

Nickell Robey-Coleman signing: What Inquirer Eagles beat team thinks of team’s latest cornerback addition

The Inquirer's Eagles beat team evaluates the addition of the free-agent cornerback.

Hassan Ridgeway returns to a Eagles team stacked at defensive tackle

The Eagles signed Javon Hargrave right after re-signing Hassan Ridgeway to a one-year deal. But Ridgeway's attitude about the stacked defensive tackle situation is the more the merrier.

The Will Parks signing: Inquirer’s Eagles beat team weighs in

The Eagles need help at safety, but Parks, with just a one-year deal, may turn out to be a part-time player.

Nelson Agholor agrees to one-year deal with Raiders

He had an injury-plagued season in which he missed five games with a knee injury and averaged a career-low 9.3 yards per catch.

Eagles’ Darius Slay happy to land in Philadelphia, even happier to leave Matt Patricia’s Lions: ‘I had to get out’

Darius Slay's relationship with Lions coach Matt Patricia got off to a rocky start and never really got better. The trade that sent the three-time Pro Bowl corner to the Eagles Thursday was good news for both sides.

Is Darius Slay the shutdown cornerback Jim Schwartz has been looking for?

The Eagles failed to land Byron Jones in free agency and ended up trading for Slay. Will they live happily ever after or rue the day they didn’t go the distance for Jones?

The Darius Slay trade: Our Eagles reporters weigh in

After bowing out of the Byron Jones sweepstakes earlier this week, the Eagles traded for cornerback Darius Slay.

The Eagles like Javon Hargrave a lot more than you do right now

The Eagles failed to land the top cornerback in free agency, Byron Jones. But they think Hargrave, a defensive tackle, will have a profound effect on their pass rush.

In search of a third running back for the Eagles

While Miles Sanders will be the Eagles’ go-to running back next season, they still need to find a third back to team with Sanders and Boston Scott.