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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Does DeSean Jackson have another miracle in him? The Eagles plan to use him as a returner in some situations.

Nine years ago, DeSean Jackson had the most famous punt return in Eagles history when he beat the Giants with a walkoff TD. With Darren Sproles gone, the Eagles hope Jackson can give their punt return game a much-needed shot in the arm this season.

Joe Banner on Eagles’ Carson Wentz contract extension: ‘A great deal’

As Carson Wentz already was guaranteed $31.3 million over the next two seasons on his rookie deal, it’s basically only costing the Eagles another $35 million to keep him in Philadelphia for the next four years.

Eagles’ Halapoulivaati Vaitai spending the spring learning a new position

After spending his first three NFL seasons at tackle, Halapoulivaati Vaitai is spending the spring learning how to play guard. His roster survival probably depends on how well he makes the transition.

Linebacker Zach Brown on difference between Eagles and Redskins: ‘This place is night and day compared to there'

Brown, who has never played for a winning NFL team, is happy to be out of Washington and playing for the talent-rich Eagles. "It's a perfect place to play," he said.

Doug Pederson expects all of Eagles’ spring no-shows, including Malcolm Jenkins, to be at mandatory minicamp next week

Jenkins has been conspicuous by his absence at the voluntary OTAs the last three weeks.

For running back Donnel Pumphrey, the long road to making the Eagles begins with staying healthy

Donnel Pumphrey is facing an uphill battle to make the Eagles this summer. He knows that. But he feels that if he can avoid the hamstring issues that sidetracked him the last two years, "the rest will take care of itself."

Jim Schwartz not expecting any drop-off in Eagles’ pass-rush production in 2019

With the additions of Malik Jackson and Vinny Curry and the return to health of Derek Barnett and Tim Jernigan, the Eagles' defensive coordinator expects good things.

Nothing nutty about it: Jordan Mailata not bothered at all by Eagles’ decision to draft Andre Dillard

“For me, it’s just going to make me work harder,” Mailata said about the Birds selecting another offensive tackle in the first round.

Eagles tight end Zach Ertz ready to build on his record-breaking season

Zach Ertz caught 116 passes last season, which was the most ever by an NFL tight end. Now, he's got DeSean Jackson back on his team to put the fear of God into opposing safeties and open up the middle of the field. What can he do for an encore?