Jeff McLane began covering the Eagles in April 2009 after covering college sports and Penn State football in particular. Before that he wrote about high school sports and before that he worked in the mailroom (not quite).

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What the Eagles’ handling of Malcolm Jenkins’ contract says about Jeffrey Lurie and the team’s future | Jeff McLane

About a week or so before the start of minicamp, Malcolm Jenkins drove to the NovaCare Complex for the first time in months and met with Jeffrey Lurie.

Eagles minicamp practice observations: Spring winners and losers

The Eagles held their third and final mandatory minicamp practice Thursday. Here are some of the highlights and a spring recap.

Avonte Maddox may end up the best of the Eagles’ current cornerbacks

Maddox was the first defensive player head coach Doug Pederson mentioned when asked for standouts during the Eagles' spring workouts. He “has picked up where he left off,” Pederson said two weeks ago. “He’s looking really good.”

Eagles Practice Observations: Avonte Maddox finishing great spring; Carson Wentz, DeSean Jackson finally go deep; Malcolm Jenkins still leads

Maddox has been one of the standout stars during spring workouts and is arguably on track to be the best of all the Eagles' cornerbacks.

After injury-marred 2018 season, Eagles shake up medical staff once again

Of the 28 Eagles who missed time, a significant number experienced abnormal recovery, which increasingly raised questions about how the team was treating its injured. Now, the franchise has revamped its medical staff once again.

Carson Wentz’s injuries could be a blessing in disguise for Eagles

Wentz's injuries gave each party a reason to agree to something long-term now.

Malcolm Jenkins to report for Eagles minicamp

The 31-year-old safety has missed all of the Eagles’ offseason program this spring.

Eagles’ Josh Sweat rushing to help replace Michael Bennett and Chris Long | Jeff McLane

A capable fourth edge rusher might seem like a luxury, but for the Eagles, it is a near necessity. Sweat knows many are waiting for him to ascend.

No-brainer or not, is Carson Wentz worth the Eagles’ investment? | Jeff McLane

Despite taking a step back due to injuries the last two seasons, Wentz earned his new contract during his second season. He outplayed his peers in his draft class and was developing at a swifter pace.