Eagles Notes: 2017 Opponents Revealed; Birds Sign 8 to Reserve Contracts

With the 2016 officially over, it's time to look ahead to next year.

The NFL has revealed each team's opponents for the 2017 season. The Eagles is as follows:

Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Washington Redskins, Arizona Cardinals, San Francisco 49ers, Denver Broncos, Oakland Raiders, Chicago Bears

Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Washington Redskins, Los Angeles Rams, Seattle Seahawks, Kansas City Chiefs, San Diego Chargers, Carolina Panthers

The NFC East will face the AFC West in 2017, setting up a battle with Andy Reid's Chiefs. The Eagles, who lost to Reid's Chiefs, 26-16, in 2013, will face Reid for the second time since his firing in 2012. The Birds went 1-3 vs. the AFC West that year, with their only win in the division coming courtesy of Nick Foles' 7 TD game vs. the Raiders. 

Also on the 2017 docket is the NFC West. The Eagles will again travel to Seattle, where they lost 26-15 in 2016. The 49ers will come to the Linc in 2017. It's just too bad that Chip Kelly won't be with them. 

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The Eagles 2017 opponents had an average .483 win percentage in 2016.

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The Eagles were busy on Monday, agreeing to reserve/future contracts with eight players. 

MLB Don Cherry
TE Anthony Denham
G Darrell Greene
DB Aaron Grymes
WR Marcus Johnson
C Aaron Neary
DT Aziz Shittu
WR David Watford

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