The Philadelphia Eagles announced several changes to their football operations on Friday, including the hiring of former players in running back Darren Sproles, tight end Brent Celek and linebacker Connor Barwin. Sproles and Celek will each be personnel consultants, while Barwin was named special assistant to the general manager. Sproles, 36, announced his retirement in December, after he had already landed on injured reserve with a torn right hip flexor muscle.

The 2019 Philadelphia Eagles season came to an end against the Seattle Seahawks that didn't really install much confidence that the team as currently constituted could win much of anything in the postseason. But that's what Howie Roseman and the offseason is for. Apparently, oddsmakers have more confidence that Howie and his cohorts can improve the current squad and make them a title contender in 2020.

Schwartz has more head coaching experience than any of the other five candidates who have spoken to the team. Schwartz had a five-year run as Detroit's coach, and he long has been regarded as one of the league's top assistants. The 53-year-old is looking for another shot as head coach, and he could get the chance with the Browns, who are the only team still looking.

The Philadelphia Eagles are still unsure if Zach Ertz will feature against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday – but Nelson Agholor will definitely miss the Wild Card game in the opening round of the NFL playoffs. Tight end Ertz did not play against the New York Giants in Week 17 as the Eagles clinched the NFC East, sitting out the game due to rib and back injuries. Along with offensive lineman Lane Johnson – who has not featured since Week 14 due to an ankle issue – Ertz was listed on the team's latest injury report on Friday as questionable.

In Week 16, Carson Wentz said a showdown against the Dallas Cowboys was probably the biggest game of his career. Then that win would have meant nothing had the Philadelphia Eagles lost to the New York Giants in Week 17. Wentz passed those tests.

The Philadelphia Eagles hope tight end Zach Ertz can recover quickly. Ertz took part in the team's walkthrough Wednesday, but has not been cleared for contact after cracking a rib and lacerating his kidney in Week 17. Ertz missed time during the team's 34-17 win over the New York Giants, but returned to action during the contest.

The Philadelphia Eagles will be without Brandon Brooks for their playoff campaign after the guard suffered a dislocated shoulder against the New York Giants. The Eagles clinched the NFC East and ensured their place in the playoffs with a 34-17 win over the Giants on Sunday. However, it came at a cost, with Pro Bowler Brooks dislocating his shoulder in the second quarter, while running back Miles Sanders also succumbed to an ankle issue and Daeshon Hall suffered a serious injury late on.

Wearing green "The East Is Not Enough" T-shirts and division champion baseball caps, the Philadelphia Eagles showed off their dance moves in the visiting locker room after a group of backups, reserves and former practice squad players helped the team secure a playoff berth. Boston Scott ran for three touchdowns in the second half and the injury-ravaged Eagles beat the New York Giants 34-17 on Sunday to win the NFC East title. Carson Wentz led Philadelphia (9-7) to four straight must-wins and the team finished an elimination game without seven starters on offense.

Philadelphia Eagles star Carson Wentz said the team are "still hungry" after sealing the NFC East title and a wildcard berth on Sunday. Wentz and the Eagles overcame a mounting injury list to see off the New York Giants 34-17 in their final regular-season game. After topping NFL rivals the Dallas Cowboys (8-8) last week to seize control in the race for the NFC East and playoffs, the Eagles (9-7) made sure of their postseason place against the Giants.

Wearing green "The East Is Not Enough" T-shirts and division champion baseball caps, the Philadelphia Eagles showed off their dance moves in the visiting locker room after a group of backups, reserves and former practice squad players helped the team secure a playoff berth. Boston Scott ran for three touchdowns in the second half and the injury-ravaged Eagles beat the New York Giants 34-17 on Sunday to win the NFC East title. Carson Wentz led Philadelphia (9-7) to four straight must-wins and the team finished an elimination game without seven starters on offense.

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