Eagles News: What’s going on with DeMarco Murray?


There’s no better way to start off your day than with the latest news regarding your Philadelphia Eagles. Now that you’ve had your good night of sleep, it’s time to heat up that morning pot of coffee, splash some water on your face to wake yourself up and of course, don’t forget your morning serving of Bacon, Eggs and Eagles!

What is going on with DeMarco Murray? The mystery continues during Eagles campEliot Shorr-Parks of NJ.com

"PHILADELPHIA — Sometimes he is with the first-team offense. Other times, he is on the sidelines.Sometimes he is with trainers, and other times, he isn’t anywhere to be found — until he is.So goes the first, weird training camp for Eagles running back DeMarco Murray.The strange start to Murray’s time with the Eagles came on the first day of training camp, when he was held out of the full-team drills, even after taking part in individual drills.After that, Murray said he wasn’t happy with about being held out — and then he was absent from practice altogether with an illness.Then came Wednesday, when Murray was held out of team drills again after working with a trainer — until he wasn’t, and he participated in limited plays and reps with the first team."

Panthers’ Ed Dickson on Chip Kelly: ‘He doesn’t like egos’David Newton of ESPN.com

"SPARTANBURG, S.C. — Carolina Panthers tight end Ed Dickson, who played for Chip Kelly at Oregon from 2007-09, was asked about the Philadelphia Eagles’ controversial coach on Wednesday.“I don’t like commenting on other teams because I’m a Panther,” Dickson said. “But I know the guy. Personally, I think he’s very powerful and he knows his stuff. He doesn’t like egos, and that’s getting him in trouble a little bit.“If they can work it out within the team, the Eagles are going to be a very good team if they all can buy into the system.”"

WR Johnson Reunited With Special FanMarissa Fuller of PhiladelphiaEagles.com

"At only 2 years old, Danny Feltwell was diagnosed with stage four T-cell lymphoblastic lymphoma with a tumor in the center of his chest that was larger than his heart.Today, almost 7, Danny is healthy and there are no more signs of cancer.Danny became close with the University of Delaware football team in 2012 through the Andrew McDonough B Foundation, a foundation that provides financial and emotional support to families of children with cancer nationwide, where he became close with all the players. Among them was current Eagles wide receiver Mike Johnson.“Danny was adopted by the University of Delaware football team in 2012 because he was named the B hero and he absolutely loved it. He stayed involved. The first year he was adopted he was too sick to really go and the second year we only went a few times. He was getting better but he was still sick. Last year was his third year and he was able to enjoy every home game and the team even flew us to an away game in New Hampshire,” said Danny’s father, Dan Feltwell."

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