- RB Picture Good, With Some Questions
Of the many questions the Eagles have to answer with the new business year starting on March 14, one of the most intriguing is this: How should the offensive backfield look in 2018? A running back-by-committee approach worked beautifully in 2017. Is that
- Eagle Eye: Super Bowl Defense Came Up Clutch In Pivotal Spots
Obviously so much of the attention was paid to the offensive performance in the Eagles’ Super Bowl win over the New England Patriots, and for good reason. Going by the numbers, it was not a prett...
- Lawlor: A Team For The Ages
Back in January of 1981, I stood in the gravel parking lot behind the church and explained to the other kids how Jaws and Wilbert were going to lead the Eagles to a Super Bowl win over the Raider...
- Catching Up On Some Roster Additions
As the Eagles were preparing to win Super Bowl LII, the personnel department was busy adding players to the roster, which expands to 90 players before the cutdown to the maximum of 53 players nex...
- In QB Room, Eagles Have A Great Situation
Don’t look now, but the start of the NFL’s 2018 business year begins four weeks from Wednesday, on March 14 to be exact, and the Eagles are just like every other team: Tough decisions are to be made. Salary caps are to be put in the best pos
- Addressing The Coaching Staff Plan Of Succession
Having John DeFilippo move on to the Minnesota Vikings as offensive coordinator and Frank Reich leave the Eagles to become the head coach in Indianapolis represents success for the Philadelphia Eagles after their Super Bowl LII victory. Good luck to both
- Stage 5: A Parade To Remember Forever
The remnants of the greatest day ever remain in the streets of Philadelphia, or, if you were there, in your clothes, up your nostrils, under your fingernails, like grains of sand after a day at the beach. They will never go away. And who would want them t
- Eagle Eye: How The Eagles Won The Super Bowl
There were so many positives to take away from watching the Eagles beat the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII, particularly on the offensive side of the ball. This was the definition of a sho...
- Nick Foles Understands What This Win Means To Eagles Fans
Fresh off his trip from Disney World, Nick Foles now has a momentous and well-deserved championship parade to prepare for today. His Super Bowl MVP performance that featured the unforgettable “Phi...
- Roster Moves: Eagles Bring Back Six For 2018
The Eagles have signed six members of the practice squad to futures contracts. Wide receiver Rashard Davis, guard Darrell Greene, cornerback D.J. Killings, safety Tre Sullivan, wide receiver Bryce...
- Eagles Clean-Out Day: Trash Bags, But No Tears
The first thing you see is the trash bags. For a usual clean-out day in the Eagles' locker room at the NovaCare Complex, the trash bags and the boxes and the stacks of shoes steal the show. Players clean out their lockers and store their keepsakes and giv
- Stage 3 Of Celebration: Win By The Numbers
We go through this celebration of a Super Bowl victory: The Seven Stages of Celebrating an Eagles Super Bowl Win, perhaps. Anyway, Stage 1 was shock, with a mix of total stunned jubilation. Stage 2 was reality settling in, and it was awesome. Stage 3, and
- Eagles Nation Is Already Traveling To Philadelphia From Across The Country For The Parade
There was a line of antsy fans outside the Eagles Pro Shop at Lincoln Financial Field waiting to get their hands on the new Super Bowl memorabilia on Tuesday at 2 p.m. One step inside the store an...
- The Day After, A Wonderful Reality
Turns out, the first full day as a Super Bowl champion is pretty remarkable, too. The Eagles found that out on travel day as they left Minnesota and returned to the new home of the Lombardi Trophy, the City of Philadelphia ...
- Nick Foles Outduels Tom Brady For MVP Honors
MINNEAPOLIS - For the first time all game, the Eagles trailed. Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski hauled in his second touchdown pass of the game, a 4-yard strike from quarterback Tom Brady, to pu...
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