OC Pat Shurmur says RT Lane Johnson's recent struggles are typical for a rookie.
Eagles signed No. 4 overall pick Lane Johnson to a four-year contract.
Eagles RT Lane Johnson remains unsigned due to a disagreement over the inclusion of offset language in his contract.
Eagles first-round RT Lane Johnson worked with the starters for the first time Tuesday.
Eagles OL coach Jeff Stoutland calls No. 4 pick OT Lane Johnson "everything that we thought he would be."
Eagles coach Chip Kelly admits No. 4 pick OT Lane Johnson is "raw."
Eagles selected Oklahoma RT Lane Johnson with the No. 4 overall pick.
NFL Draft insider Tony Pauline reports there's "still a good chance" the Lions trade into the Raiders' spot at No. 3, and the Cardinals have "evidently entered the mix" as both clubs pursue Oklahoma LT Lane Johnson.
A source tells the Philadelphia Inquirer the Eagles have been calling Oklahoma LT Lane Johnson "a lot recently."
ESPN's Sal Paolantonio stated on Philly's 97.5 The Fanatic that he's heard the Eagles are targeting a tackle at No. 4 overall, with West Virginia's Tavon Austin as the primary fallback option.
The Baltimore Sun suggests the Ravens are interested in trading up for Oklahoma LT Lane Johnson.
NFL Network's Mike Mayock predicted on Path to the Draft that the Raiders will either select Oklahoma LT Lane Johnson or Florida DT Sharrif Floyd at the No. 3 overall pick.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Dolphins are willing to trade up in addition to trading back.
The Philadelphia Inquirer reports the Eagles are trying to trade back from the No. 4 pick.