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Report: Police have found no incriminating evidence against LeSean McCoy in home invasion

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Report: Police have found no incriminating evidence against LeSean McCoy in home invasion

Police in suburban Atlanta have found no evidence that all-time Eagles rushing leader LeSean McCoy, now with the Bills, was involved in an alleged home invasion involving his ex-girlfriend in July, according to ESPN.

The woman sued McCoy and a former college teammate recently claiming McCoy was in some way involved in a home invasion in July in Milton, Georgia, in which she was beaten and robbed.

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, police in Milton have not discovered any evidence that would implicate McCoy in the attack.

Schefter’s report also said NFL authorities who have been investigating the allegations are “not anywhere near” deciding to suspend McCoy under the league’s personal conduct policy.

Schefter said the investigation into McCoy’s alleged involvement in the incident remains open.

Bills general manager Brandon Beane said earlier this summer that team officials were “comfortable” that McCoy was not involved in the attack.

McCoy, recently named team captain by his Bills teammates, rushed for 6,792 yards and 44 touchdowns in his six seasons with the Eagles.

He goes into the 2018 season with 10,092 career rushing yards, 29th-most in NFL history and 14th-most ever by a player before his 30th birthday. His 13,470 yards from scrimmage are eighth-most in NFL history by a player before his 30th birthday.

The Bills open the 2018 season at 1 p.m. Sunday against the Ravens in Baltimore. Both head coaches — Sean McDermott of the Bills and John Harbaugh of the Ravens — are former Eagles assistant coaches.

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Snubbed Eagle Lane Johnson added to Pro Bowl team as alternate

Snubbed Eagle Lane Johnson added to Pro Bowl team as alternate

Lane Johnson is a Pro Bowler after all.

Johnson, snubbed in the original Pro Bowl announcement, has been added to the NFC Pro Bowl team as an alternate, according to Adam Caplan of Sirius XM Radio.

This is Johnson’s third consecutive Pro Bowl appearance. There was no word on which offensive lineman dropped out of the game.

It was a little surprising that Johnson didn't make the team initially. He's considered one of the NFL's most dominating right tackles and was a first-team all-pro in 2017.

He didn't seem thrilled when the original team was announced a month ago:

Johnson missed the last three games of the regular season and the playoff loss to the Seahawks with a high ankle sprain, and it’s unknown whether he’ll be able to play in the Pro Bowl on Sunday in Orlando.

But for the purposes of bonuses and status, he’s now officially a three-time Pro Bowler.

Johnson becomes the seventh offensive lineman in Eagles history selected to three or more Pro Bowls.

Jason Peters was picked to seven between the 2009 and 2016 seasons. Tra Thomas, Bob Brown, Bucko Kilroy, Jason Kelce, Jim Ringo and Brandon Brooks have all been picked to three.

The 29-year-old Johnson becomes the Eagles’ sixth Pro Bowler, joining Brooks, Kelce, Fletcher Cox, Zach Ertz and Rick Lovato.

Johnson, the fourth pick in the 2013 draft, recently signed a contract extension that runs through 2025.

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Jim Caldwell out as Dolphins QBs coach, possible OC candidate for Eagles

Jim Caldwell out as Dolphins QBs coach, possible OC candidate for Eagles

On Monday night, the Dolphins announced their 2020 coaching staff and there was a notable omission.

No Jim Caldwell.

So now the 65-year-old former head coach, OC and quarterbacks coach has plenty of free time if the Eagles want to interview him for their offensive coordinator opening (if they haven’t already).

According to ESPN, Caldwell is interested in coaching after missing the 2019 season for health reasons.

Shortly after the Eagles fired Mike Groh earlier this month, ESPN’s Tim McManus mentioned Caldwell and Kevin O’Connell as candidates. O’Connell has since joined the Los Angeles Rams as their offensive coordinator, a position that is somewhat like the one in Philly because the head coach is the primary play-caller.

Earlier on Monday, we learned that USC offensive coordinator Graham Harrell, who interviewed with the Eagles, is expected to return to Southern California for next season. So cross him off the list.

Caldwell is an intriguing name because of his history with quarterbacks. It would make sense for the next offensive coordinator to be someone who could have a positive influence on Carson Wentz as he enters what should be the prime of his career.

While candidates like Harrell and Chiefs offensive coordinator Mike Kafka are fast-risers in the coaching world, Caldwell has been coaching longer they’ve been alive. He has an impressive resume.

Caldwell has been an NFL head coach twice (Colts and Lions) and was the quarterbacks coach with the Colts from 2002-08. Peyton Manning went to nine straight Pro Bowls with Caldwell coaching him.

The Eagles are taking their time choosing a coach but their brass is in Mobile, Alabama, this week for the Senior Bowl and that can often be an opportunity to meet with several coaches within a few days. It would make plenty of sense if Caldwell is on their list; and now his schedule should be wide open.

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