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Mon. July 28, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Coach Chip Kelly said Maclin looks "fantastic" thus far through training camp, Philly.com reports.
Impact: Nick Foles offered a similar sentiment. Maclin's ACL tear occurred on July 27 of 2013, so he just passed the one-year mark in his recovery, and by all accounts, things are going as well as anyone could hope. When you pair these optimistic reports with the fact that he's still young -- he just turned 26 in May -- you'll find plenty of reason to believe he'll be at or near 100 percent before the season's start. With DeSean Jackson no longer around to vie for targets, Maclin looks like a high-upside WR2 in most formats.
July 27, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Logan was held out of Sunday's practice with a tight hamstring, Tim McManus of 97.5 The Fanatic reports.
Impact: Apparently Logan's absence was just precautionary, meaning he could have played through the injury if the Eagles had a game Sunday. Logan's health is still worth monitoring moving forward.
Wed. July 23, 2014 | STATS
News: Johnson has been suspended for the first four games of the season for violating the NFL's performance-enhancing drugs policy.
Impact: The fourth pick in the 2013 draft will be eligible to return to the Eagles' active roster Sept. 29. He'll miss games against Jacksonville, Indianapolis, Washington and San Francisco. Johnson started all 16 games and played all but one snap in a solid rookie year. Johnson is allowed to practice and play in the preseason.
Mon. July 21, 2014 | STATS
News: Johnson, a first-year safety, was arrested early Saturday following a confrontation with officers outside a bar in the Phoenix suburb of Tempe, home of Arizona State University. Johnson played in 49 games for the school.
Impact: Eagles spokesman Derak Boyko said the team is disappointed in Johnson's arrest but is still trying to gather the facts.
Mon. July 21, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Johnson was arrested early Monday after an altercation in Arizona, Philly.com reports.
Impact: The arrest apparently stemmed from an altercation involving a police officer outside a bar early Monday morning. Until the details are sorted out, Johnson won't face any discipline from the Eagles or the league, but a fine or possible suspension could be in his future. The Eagles' organization issued the following statement: "We are disappointed to learn of the arrest of Keelan Johnson this weekend in Arizona. We are still trying to learn all of the facts that led to his arrest. At this point it is a pending legal matter, and therefore, we will have no further comment." Johnson appeared in two games for Philadelphia last season and will battle for a spot at safety during training camp.