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Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Malcolm Jenkins on Jay-Z's partnership with the NFL focusing on music and social justice.

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15hNFL Nation

Training camp MVPs for all 32 NFL teams

NFL Nation tabs Mr. Training Camp for every team, from the reigning Defensive Player of the Year to a potential quarterback of the future.

McCown: Eagles organization 'hard to stay away from' (0:39)
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3dAdam Schefter

McCown unretires, agrees to deal with Eagles

Josh McCown, who announced his retirement this summer to spend more time with his family, is returning to play his 17th NFL season with the Eagles.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles are signing QB Josh McCown to one-year deal that includes $2 million fully guaranteed, per Adam Schefter. McCown solidifies the No. 2 spot while Nate Sudfeld recovers from a broken wrist. Team will have a decision to make once Sudfeld's healthy. Not a great development for Cody Kessler, who suffered a concussion Thursday. He had a chance to be the temporary No. 2 before McCown signing. Move does not appear to be a reflection on Sudfeld, but a chance to strengthen the position and add a veteran to a banged-up group.

Wentz, Darnold poised for breakout seasons? (1:31)
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4dAdam Schefter

OL Toth granted military waiver to join Eagles

Former Army OT Brett Toth was given a military waiver on Friday and now will sign a three-year deal to play for the Philadelphia Eagles, his agent told ESPN.

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4dTim McManus

Kessler in protocol, latest QB injury for Eagles

A week after Nate Sudfeld broke his left wrist, the Eagles lost quarterback Cody Kessler to a concussion early in the first quarter of Thursday night's preseason game against the Jaguars.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles QB Cody Kessler, currently the No. 2 behind Carson Wentz with Nate Sudfeld (wrist) sidelined, exits game after taking a hard blindside hit from Jaguars DE Datone Jones. Rookie Clayton Thorson takes his place.

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6dAdam Schefter

Sources: OL Toth seeks Army OK to join Eagles

Former Army offensive lineman Brett Toth is seeking a waiver from senior Army leadership that would allow him to play for the Philadelphia Eagles, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Tempers were high at Eagles camp Monday. Rookie T Andre Dillard and DE Derek Barnett got in a fight, not long after Dillard blocked S Jonathan Cyprien from behind. A huge scrum formed and eventually order was restored. Dillard was emotional after practice. He and Barnett shook hands to make peace. "I think Philly can appreciate a team with some fight," said Malcolm Jenkins.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Julie Ertz stops by to visit her husband, Zach, at work.

Wentz understands criticism about his injuries (3:40)

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Nate Sudfeld provides details of the wrist surgery he had Friday morning, and what's next for him as he works his way back. He's expected to be sidelined about six weeks.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Nate Sudfeld walks out onto the practice field wearing his left arm in a sling. Carson Wentz, Cody Kessler and Clayton Thorson handling the practice reps while Sudfeld recovers from a broken wrist.

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10dMarcel Louis-Jacques

Bills trade DE Harold to Eagles for OT Bates

Needing to bolster an offensive line hit by injuries, the Buffalo Bills have traded defensive end Eli Harold to the Philadelphia Eagles for offensive tackle Ryan Bates. Bates signed with the Eagles as an undrafted free agent out of Penn State.

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