I don't see it happening before. If it happens, my guess is training camp.
Malcolm Jenkins, Jason Peters, Carson Wentz, Brandon Graham, Chris Maragos are returning captains. I'd put Jason Kelce, Jordan Hicks, Jalen Mills in that group.
They're a strong team all around. I'd say strengths are obvious -- both lines, QB, explosive offensive. I'd say weakness is safety depth, special teams.
I'm not sure they're going to push for many more restructures. It sends money down the line, they need to be smart about doing so.
My guess is C. Wentz is there Week 1. He might not be the same Carson from Day 1 as he was before the injury, but he's still good enough to win.
Interesting thought. Their depth at cornerback might keep them from paying big for Darby. I'm curious to see what happens.
Good question. I don't have all the details. But at first blush, I agree with you. Would have served both parties better to make that move at the start of free agency. Thought the same thing with DeSean Jackson in 2014.
That last year's season was the new normal and that's the standard they set. They're 0-0, but they need to match that level of commitment to do it again.
Other than the London trip? The Rams game. That'll be a big test, and it's Wentz going back to the scene of last year's injury.
I can't speak for everyone in the media, but I won't be in that group calling for Foles. To me, there's no controversy. Carson Wentz is the Eagles' franchise quarterback. The organization knows it, too. However, if Wentz doesn't look physically able, there would be questions about whether he's back too soon. But I don't think production should or will create those claims, or at least from anyone who's tuned into the Eagles' thinking.
My guess is it depends on if Darnold is there. I'd guess they take Darnold if he's there. If not, I think they take Barley.
Absolutely -- it was an emphasis before and I think it will remain one this year. I'm going to have more on this next week.
A potential Kendricks trade, some post-draft moves. There are ways. Team knows this is coming.
I can see him getting the GM title, but not final say. He'd need to go somewhere else for final say. I think understanding of the cap and relationships with agents is the part of the job that is still relatively new.
They'll add a WR in the draft. But absolutely a playoff contender. With Prescott, Elliott, and that offensive line, I think they'll be fine on offense.
Lane Johnson. Fletcher Cox/Brandon Graham.
Hard for me to say. I think Eagles would like a culture of promoting from within. I don't think Douglas is going anywhere in the next year, though, so not a discussion for right now.
Thank you for all the questions. Let's talk next week.