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The opening quarter of the Eagles’ preseason debut finished with the Birds leading the Green Bay Packers 6-0. Quarterback Carson Wentz was on the field for only one drive ,but it was a successful one as the team converted a fourth down on the way to a 38-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Mack Hollins.

Here’s what happened:

• On the Eagles’ first third down of the night, quarterback Carson Wentz found Jordan Matthews on a short pass to the right for a gain of 6 yards. On the play, Matthews spun away from a tackle.

• With just under 11 minutes to go, quarterback Carson Wentz was taken down by linebacker Nick Perry for a loss of 8 yards on the play, making it second-and-18.

• At the 10:11 mark, Packers’ cornerback Damarious Randall was injured and taken off the field after a 9-yard rush from running back LeGarrette Blount.

• A few plays later, the Eagles went for it on fourth down and once again Wentz and Matthews connected for a 7-yard pass down the middle for an Eagles first down on Green Bay’s 42 yards line.

• The Eagles struck first as Carson Wentz found rookie wide receiver Mack Hollins along the sideline who broke tackles from Packers cornerbacks Kevin King and Quinten Rollins before Hollins tipped along the sidelines and took it 38 yards for an Eagles touchdown.

• Head coach Doug Pederson elected to go for the two-point conversion following the score, but Wentz’s pass sailed too high for wide receiver Nelson Agholor.

• With 5:51 to go in the first, Ty Montgomery was brought down defensive tackle Fletcher Cox and linebacker Jordan Hicks which forced a fumble that was recovered by cornerback Patrick Robinson at the Green Bay 27-yard line.

• On fourth-and 1, running back Corey Clement was stuffed short by leading to a turnover on downs at the Green Bay 7 yard line with just over 2 minutes left.

Carson Wentz finished the quarter going 4 of 4 for 56 yards and a touchdown, totaling a perfect quarterback rating of 158.3.


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The Eagles announced on Tuesday morning that they have released running back Ryan Mathews.

“We want to thank Ryan for his contributions to the Philadelphia Eagles over the past two seasons,” the team said in a statement. “We spoke today and had a productive conversation about his future and the direction of our team going forward. First and foremost, we are glad that Ryan is healthy and has been cleared to return to football activities, but given the current state of our running back position, we feel like it is best for both sides to go in a different direction. We wish him all the best as he continues his career.”

A former first-round pick of the San Diego Chargers in 2010, Mathews was signed by the Eagles in 2015. In his two seasons with the team, Mathews gained 1,200 yards on 261 carries (almost 4.6 yards per rush) and scored 14 touchdowns. He suffered a neck injury in the December 22 win over the New York Giants that required surgery.

The Eagles signed LeGarrette Blount in free agency to be the lead back in 2017. The Eagles also drafted Donnel Pumphrey, the FBS’ all-time leading rusher, in the fourth round of this year’s draft and signed Corey Clement as a rookie free agent. In addition, the Eagles have Darren Sproles, Wendell Smallwood, and Byron Marshall from last season.

Head coach Doug Pederson will address the move in his press conference following practice at around 11 a.m.


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Rasul Douglas’ debut for the Philadelphia Eagles didn’t go unnoticed by defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz.

Douglas allowed just one catch for eight yards in 22 defensive snaps for the Eagles in Thursday’s preseason loss to the Green Bay Packers. He also had a pass breakup, earning a 80.9 overall grade by Pro Football Focus.

“First preseason game, I thought he stood out,” Schwartz said. “Every time we’ve taken a step up in competition, he’s sort of met that challenge, you know, and it might not look the same on a normal practice, but on our first padded practice, he really stood out.”


Douglas worked with the Eagles second-team defense and is likely to remain there with the acquisition of Ronald Darby. While Douglas wasn’t tested on the deep ball in the game, he has improved in that department as training camp comes to a close.

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“He’s got great length. He can get his hands on balls. He responded quickly to things that happened in the game,” Schwartz said. “Did a couple nice things on special teams, too, and that’s important for young corners. So he’s on the right track. Like so many players, and I’m sure you guys are tired of hearing this from me, he’s just striving for consistency.”