Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz only speaks to reporters on Tuesdays.
Some weeks, we get voluble, storytelling Schwartz, a man with a colorful anecdote to match any question. Some weeks we get cautious, tight-lipped Schwartz, a coach who has a tough game coming up, who is wary of letting any scrap of useful information escape the NovaCare bunker.
Alas, this Tuesday’s Schwartz was the second guy.
So anyone who entered the auditorium hoping to mine solid insight into how the Eagles will proceed for several weeks without top corner Ronald Darby, in the wake of the right ankle dislocation Darby suffered Sunday at Washington, was out of luck.