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Philadelphia Eagles Officially Sign Oshiomogho Atogwe

The Philadelphia Eagles have agreed to terms with free agent safety Oshiomogho Atogwe, Atogwe confirmed via text message to Chris Russell of ESPN Radio 980 on Tuesday.

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2012 Philadelphia Eagles Schedule Released On Tuesday

The Philadelphia Eagles released their 2012 NFL Schedule on Tuesday night after it was revealed by NFL Network and NFL.com at 7 p.m.

Here's what the Birds' 2012 schedule looks like:

DATE TEAM TIME/NETWORK
Sunday, Sept. 9 at Cleveland 1 pm (FOX)
Sunday, Sept. 16 vs. Baltimore 1 pm (CBS)
Sunday, Sept. 23 at Arizona 4:05 pm (FOX)
Sunday, Sept. 30 vs. New York Giants 8:20 pm (NBC)*
Sunday, Oct. 7 at Pittsburgh 1 pm (FOX)
Sunday, Oct. 14 vs. Detroit 1 pm (FOX)
Sunday, Oct. 21 BYE WEEK
Sunday, Oct. 28 vs. Atlanta 1 pm (FOX)
Monday, Nov. 5 at New Orleans 8:30 pm (ESPN)*
Sunday, Nov. 11 vs. Dallas 4:15 pm (FOX)*
Sunday, Nov. 18 at Washington 1 pm (FOX)
Monday, Nov. 26 vs. Carolina 8:30 pm (ESPN)*
Sunday, Dec. 2 at Dallas 8:20 pm (NBC)*
Sunday, Dec. 9 at Tampa Bay 1 pm (FOX)
Thursday, Dec. 13 vs. Cincinnati 8:20 pm (NFL Network)*
Sunday, Dec. 23 vs. Washington 1 pm (FOX)
Sunday, Dec. 30 at New York Giants 1 pm (FOX)

*Nationally televised

The Eagles only have one really long road trip when they fly out to play the Cardinals in Week 3. The Birds will also have five nationally televised games this season.

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King Dunlap Re-Signs With Philadelphia Eagles

The Philadelphia Eagles announced today have reached a one year agreement with offensive lineman, King Dunlap.

Dunlap was a seventh round pick of the Eagles in 2008 – the 230th overall selection. He appeared in eight games for the Eagles last season, with two starts – one against the Bills in week five, and against the Arizona Cardinals in week 10. He allowed no sacks or hits, and only two quarterback pressures in 147 snaps.

In 2010, Dunlap started five games. He was also an injury sub in a game against the Niners – a game in which Pro Football Focus graded him as a -4.9 on their scale.

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Eagles Offseason 2012: Philadelphia, Cullen Jenkins Agree To Restructured Deal

The Philadelphia Eagles and defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins agreed Tuesday on a new restructured contract that will give the Eagles a bit more salary cap flexibility. According to Nick Fierro of The Morning Call, Jenkins was due a $5 million roster bonus in March, and the new deal could help the Eagles make another splash in the free-agent mark this year.

"We are very excited about having Cullen back on our football team," general manager Howie Roseman said. "Cullen made an immediate impact for us this year on and off the field. We look forward to a great future together with him in an Eagles uniform."

Last offseason, Jenkins signed with the Eagles after spending the previous seven years with the Green Bay Packers. In his first year with Philadelphia, Jenkins tallied 5.5 sacks and a total of 61 tackles.

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Philadelphia Eagles Offseason: Steve Spagnuolo Candidate For Saints, Falcons, Vikings Jobs

The Philadelphia Eagles have yet to name anybody their new defensive coordinator, and the decision might want to come soon because one of their targets, former Eagles defensive assistant coach and St. Louis Rams head coach, Steve Spagnuolo, could be headed to the New Orleans Saints.

According to a Tweet by ESPN's NFL insider Adam Schefter, Spagnuolo is now a target for the Saints, who not only were knocked out of the playoffs Saturday but also lost their defensive coordinator, Gregg Williams, who's reportedly joining forces with long-time friend and new St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher next season.

On Saturday, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported that Spagnuolo was also a candidate for the Atlanta Falcons and Minnesota Vikings defensive coordinator jobs.

Schefter also said that Mike Nolan, Miami Dolphins defensive coordinator, is a possible target for the Saints.

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Philadelphia Eagles News: Ryan Grigson Of Eagles No. 1 Target In Colts' General Manager Search

The Philadelphia Eagles might be on the hunt for a new director of player personnel soon, as Ryan Girgson is now the new target of the Indianapolis Colts for their General Manager opening. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Grigrson is Colts' owner Jim Irsay's No. 1 option to fulfill Indy's GM opening, which became vacant when Bill Polin was let go a week ago.

"Grigson, 39, has served as a talent evaluator in the NFL since 1999 when he began his career as a scout for the St. Louis Rams. He has been a member of the Eagles front office since joining the team in 2004, and has served as the team’s director of player personnel since 2010.

The former offensive lineman will enter the Colts franchise with two major tasks at hand. Figure out the future of the team’s longtime franchise quarterback, Peyton Manning, and make the decision on who to select with the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL draft."

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Philadelphia Eagles Release Secondary Coach

According to Chris Mortensen of ESPN the Philadelphia Eagles have informed secondary coach Johnny Lynn that he will not be returning for the 2012-13 NFL season.

Eagles announce secondary coach Johnny Lynn has been let go

This move could be the Eagles positioning themselves for the return of former defensive coach Steve Spagnuolo. Spagnuolo coached with the Eagles from 1999 to 2006, won a Super Bowl with the Giants in 2007 as their defensive coordinator, and was most recently fired by the Rams as a head coach.

The Eagles defense wasn't as bad as people made them out to be last season. They ranked 10th in the league in total points allowed and eighth in the league in average number of yards allowed per game.

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