I wouldn't doubt it right now. But I thought Carson would play Week 1.
No way, and what's to say they're going to lose them? But Eagles are trying to win a Super Bowl, doesn't make sense to trade a starter.
Hasn't happened. Eagles have made other practice squad transactions since.
It's unofficially retired. My guess is it stays that way.
Fair question. Wentz is the most important player, but offense has functioned well with Foles at times. I think Jeffery's absence hurts the rest of the WRs. But certainly they miss Wentz
He's close. And he'll be a factor in the red zone. But won't be a star right now.
It shouldn't be. Once again, it's one week. Let's see what happens when Alshon is back.
Not with JPP nor Jackson -- JPP never played here, Jackson hasn't played here since 2013. Curry and Allen, maybe. But probably nothing that isn't apparent on film.
Good question. I think it could be.
Solid. Thought most of the D played well. He's an asset, especially with his versatility.
Exactly. I think they wanted to move Agholor around.
He hasn't indicated a willingness to give up playing yet. But I can certainly see him being involved somehow.
Tyrell Williams, if Chargers would trade him.
Foles is not terrible. But I said at the time I would trade him for a 2nd, just because of the value proposition.
Not this week. Jeffery is going to take a bit more time and Hollins is out for awhile.
It is, but they're 1-0. So I would keep "biggest problem" in perspective.
It should not be. That would be a bad, bad idea. I've said it all along -- they need to make the Wentz decision binary: Is he cleared or not? If he is, play him. If he's not, don't. But they can't let Foles' performance dictate it.
They should. Get your talented skill players on the field.
He might not be on his way out. And yes, he'll do his job.
It's hard to get a GM job, so don't be so sure. I think he'll be in position for one, but you never know.
Thank you for all the questions. I need to head to the Jim Schwartz press conference.