Eagles Notes: Beckham Jr., Kelly, Foles

Here’s today’s look at the town where they booed Santa Claus..

  • Eagles coach Chip Kelly had Odell Beckham Jr. rated as the best wide receiver in the draft, as Jordan Raanan of the Newark Star-Ledger writes. The LSU product has blossomed into a superstar for the Giants, and Kelly is not at all surprised. Beckham could give the Eagles fits this week as their secondary has struggled against No. 1 wide receivers as of late.
  • The Eagles will evaluate quarterback Nick Foles this offseason, Zach Berman of the Philadelphia Inquirer writes. He refused to say that he will be the team’s quarterback for next season. “We’ll sit down and thoroughly evaluate everything,” Kelly said. “It’s no different than any other position. Tell us what we have available right now, we’ll talk a look at it, let’s detail it, let’s go through the film again, let’s put our heads together, let’s get everyone’s opinion on it and make valid decisions.”
  • Mark Sanchez had a chance to cash in big this offseason, but he wasn’t able to keep his momentum going into the offseason, as John Smallwood of the Philadelphia Daily News writes. Smallwood looks at the Eagles quarterback’s stock heading into free agency.
  • Sanchez said he’d like to stay in Philly next year, but would not say if he would be willing to return as the Eagles’ backup, tweets Ralph Vacchiano of the Daily News.
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