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Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles-Dolphins joint practice is bringing out some big names: Charles Barkley is in the house. Posing here with Eagles president Don Smolenski.

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Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Alshon Jeffery reacts to Jay Cutler calling DeVante Parker "a faster Alshon Jeffery":

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Injury update: Rookie DE Derek Barnett missed Sunday's practice with a lower body injury, according to head coach Doug Pederson. CB Ron Brooks (hamstring), RB Wendell Smallwood (hamstring) and LT Jason Peters (personal reasons) all back at practice.

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Humble beginnings

There have been four non-Power 5 QBs selected within the NFL draft's first 10 picks over the course of the past two decades, and two of them are currently playing.

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3dBill Barnwell

One Eagle makes 'Perfect NFL Roster'

This 53-man group chosen from across the league fits beneath the $167 million salary cap. Rookie wideout Mack Hollins made the team as a sub.

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Predicting fantasy over/unders for Eagles

174 rushing yards for Carson Wentz? Six touchdowns for Alshon Jeffery? Tim McManus makes his predictions on Eagles over/unders.

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Long deserves recognition for taking a stand (2:08)
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Golic Jr. applauds Long acting on Bennett's call to action (1:24)

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles defensive end Chris Long explains why he put his arm around Malcolm Jenkins as Jenkins demonstrated during the national anthem Thursday.

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Long lends support to Jenkins' protest (0:34)

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles cornerback Ronald Darby is putting on a show against his old team. Acquired from the Bills last week for receiver Jordan Matthews and a third-round pick, Darby intercepted Tyrod Taylor in the first quarter and weaved his way for a 48-yard return. He almost had another pick earlier in the quarter, too. A nice early return on the Eagles' investment.

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Long aimed to back Jenkins 'as a white athlete'

Eagles defensive end Chris Long, a Charlottesville native, kept his hand on teammate Malcolm Jenkins back as Jenkins raised his fist during the playing of the "Star-Spangled Banner" before Thursday's preseason game against Buffalo.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

In an apparent sign of support for his anthem protest, Eagles defensive end Chris Long put his hand on the back of safety Malcolm Jenkins for the entire rendition of the "Star-Spangled Banner" prior to Thursday's preseason game against the Buffalo Bills, then hugged him afterwards. A Charlottesville, Virginia native, Long has been outspoken about the recent events, calling the violent protestors' actions "despicable."

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

The Eagles have a few notable inactives for Thursday's preseason game against the Bills: LT Jason Peters has been excused for personal reasons, which should help cement coach Doug Pederson's decision to limit QB Carson Wentz to a series or two. RB Wendell Smallwood (hamstring) and QB Nick Foles (elbow) will also sit out.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills not playing in Thursday's preseason game in Philadelphia: LT Cordy Glenn (foot), WR Jordan Matthews (sternum), WR Jeremy Butler (concussion) and S Bacarri Rambo (hamstring).

Team Stats

Passing Yards224.124th
Rushing Yards113.311th
Points For22.816th
Points Against20.712th

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