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Could have larger role in backfield
Head coach Nick Sirianni said Gainwell "makes plays" any time he is in the game when asked Tuesday whether the running back might have a bigger role in 2023, Josh Tolentino of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Extension talks ramping up
General manager Howie Roseman told reporters on Monday that he hopes to sign Hurts to a contract extension "relatively soon," Tim McManus of ESPN reports.
Wants to retire with Philly
Johnson recently expressed his desire to finish his career as an Eagle, Tim McManus of ESPN reports.
Intriguing free-agent signing
Penny is identified by Bucky Brooks of NFL.com as a free-agent signee that could pay nice dividends in 2023.
Remaining in Philly for 2023
Slay, who was expected to be released by the Eagles on Wednesday for salary cap reasons, is now apparently remaining in Philadelphia, Mike Garofolo of NFL Network reports.
Won't return to Philly
Sanders is not expected to return to the Eagles, Martin Frank of The Delaware News Journal reports.
Might be in Bears' sights
Seumalo could be a free-agent target for the Bears as they look to upgrade their offensive line, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.
Best defensive lineman available?
Hargrave is identified by Field Yates of ESPN.com as possibly the best defensive lineman available on the open market.
Could follow coach to Arizona
Bradberry could be a top free-agent target for the Cardinals, Mike Jurecki of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Set for larger role in 2023?
Chris Franklin of NJ.com expects Gainwell to take on a larger role in 2023.
Appealing fine from Super Bowl
Gardner-Johnson was fined $14,111 by the NFL on Friday for lowering his head to initiate contact on a play in the 38-35 Super Bowl loss to Kansas City, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
Likely to sign elsewhere
Jimmt Kempski of the Philly Voice believes Pascal will leave the Eagles in free agency.
Possible Rams target in free agency
Lorenzo Reyna of Heavy.com believes the Rams should pursue Hargrave this offseason.
Ready to talk new deal
Bradberry said Tuesday that he will "talk soon" with the Eagles about a new deal, Kevin Cooney of AP News reports.
Could stick in Philly
The Eagles hope to re-sign Gardner-Johnson this offseason, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.
Not ready to talk contract
Hurts was not ready to discuss a long-term contract with the Eagles on Tuesday, Kevin Cooney of AP News reports.
Extension on horizon
Dan Graziano of ESPN.com expects to the Eagles to sign Hurts to an extension early in the offseason.
Looking for big play on Mahomes
Graham, who had a critical strip sack of Tom Brady in Super Bowl LII, said Wednesday he's hoping he can repeat the feat against the Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes in Sunday's Super Bowl LVII matchup, Tim McManus of ESPN.com reports.
Ready for extension
CEO Jeffery Lurie said that Hurts "is just what [the team] is looking for" in a long-term quarterback, Tim McManus of ESPN reports.
New coordinator in '23?
Hurts could play under a new offensive coordinator in 2023 given that the Eagles' Shane Steichen interviewed for the Colts' head coaching job Saturday, per Adam Schefter of ESPN.com.
SB outcome won't determine future
Kelce said Friday that the outcome of Super Bowl LVII won't determine whether or not he opts to retire this offseason, Zach Berman of The Athletic reports.
Resting in week before Super Bowl
Maddox was seen in a walking boot while sitting out Philadelphia's practice Friday, though the team is merely giving him time to fully recover before the Super Bowl on Feb. 12, Tim McManus of ESPN.com reports.
Shoulder continues improving
Hurts confirmed Thursday his SC joint sprain continues to improve ahead of the Super Bowl LVII matchup versus the Chiefs, Adam Teicher of ESPN.com reports. "I'm getting there. I made it clear this whole time it's been something I've been dealing with," he said.
Will face Mahomes in Super Bowl
Hurts and the Eagles will face Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs in Super Bowl LVII, Adam Schefter of ESPN.com reports.
Option for Commanders?
Minshew could be an option for the Commanders this offseason, Jason La Canfora of the Washington Post reports.