Organized team activities ( OTAs ) will offer fans and the media the first glimpse at Chip Kelly’s new Philadelphia Eagles. Kelly has already made his mark known, adding elements such as loud music throughout practice while eliminating Taco Tuesday and Fast Food Friday. Show More Summary
According to reports, Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick showed up to the first practices under new head coach Chip Kelly 'noticeably bigger' and very enthused about Kelly's high-tempo offensive system. Apparently, Vick also...Show More Summary
Soulmates take the field! Rebecca Diana and Christina Gabby Left to Right: Former Soulmates Director and Eagles Pro Bowl Cheerleader Marla Viturello Current Soulmates Choreographer Michelle Sulpizio Former Soulmate Beth Former Soulmate Dream Team Representative Kat Marla and Kate were guest choreographers for the game Wendy’s Line [Soulmates Gallery]
It's been a while since we've busted out a "Would You Rather," so I figured we'd wrap up the week on the NFC East blog by comparing two NFC East running backs with hefty résumés. One, LeSean McCoy of the Philadelphia Eagles, is coming off a disappointing season but has already accomplished quite a lot during his short career. Show More Summary
Eagles quarterback Mike Vick is 'noticeably bigger' these days and quite excited for the new Philadelphia offense under Chip Kelly.
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The roster for the Philadelphia Eagles has changed dramatically since the conclusion of the 2012 season. An outsider may not even recognize this team right now. Many of the problem players on the 2012 team have been released or weren't re-signed during free agency, including cornerbacks Nnamdi Asomugha and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. Show More Summary
Four NFC Championship games, one Super Bowl appearance and a decade of stability as the starting quarterback of the Philadelphia Eagles. That's what Donovan McNabb brought to the table despite his ups-and-downs and the scrutiny that he endured under center for the Eagles. Show More Summary
This fall, former NFL quarterback Donovan McNabb is officially hanging up his cleats. McNabb confirmed that he's set to retire as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles, the team with whom he starred for 11 seasons. With the retirementShow More Summary
Philadelphia Eagles player Evan Mathis showed his disdain this week for the IRS by peeing on an IRS sign and posting the photo of the act on Instagram. On his Twitter account, Mathis linked to the Instagram photo with the words, "Audit this."
Classy. Philadelphia Eagles lineman Evan Mathis added a photo of himself peeing on the IRS building to his Instagram stream yesterday. The offensive guard is seen standing in front of the Washington, DC IRS headquarters, his back to the camera, relieving himself on some signage… ‘Audit this,’ he tweeted, with a link to the photo.
We kicked off the week here by looking at the uphill battle rookie fourth-round pick Matt Barkley would have to overcome to be a successful starter at quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles. The odds certainly aren't in Barkley's favor. Show More Summary
Philadelphia Eagles player Evan Mathis, 31, took out his frustrations with the IRS by urinating on the agency's Washington, DC building and posting the pic online. The offensive lineman posted the picture to Instagram and Twitter yesterday,...Show More Summary
Philadelphia Eagles guard Evan Mathis wears No. 69 on his uniform, so it’s my basic assumption as a guy who was once a teenager that Mathis is a jokester. And [...] The post Gallery: Evan Mathis, Guy Who Pees On Things appeared first on Kissing Suzy Kolber.
Ashley Fox went over to Philadelphia Eagles practice this week and came away with this column about Michael Vick and his "last chance" to be a starting quarterback in the NFL. Ashley's premise is that, if Vick can't hold off Nick Foles...Show More Summary
Evan Mathis, NFL player, pees on IRS building: yes, you read that correctly. Not only did the Philadelphia Eagles offensive lineman relieve himself on Internal Revenue Service property, but he also posted a pic of it on Instagram. The little sprinkle happened Wednesday on the same day that NBC News reported interim commissioner of the [...]Show More Summary
The Philadelphia Eagles have agreed to a one-year deal with running back Felix Jones, the team announced Wednesday. Jones will join a crowded backfield that already includes LeSean McCoy, Bryce Brown, Chris Polk, Miguel Maysonet and Matthew Tucker. Show More Summary
One of the biggest downfalls of the 2012 Philadelphia Eagles was the offensive line. This was a porous unit that was decimated with injuries. The shoddy play of the line was directly responsible for the Eagles’ 4-12 record and subsequent last-place finish in the NFC East. Show More Summary
Tax-season gripes regarding the Internal Revenue Service are about as American as baseball and apple pie. But we bet you've never expressed your frustration quite like NFL player Evan Mathis did on Wednesday The Philadelphia Eagles offensive lineman posted the photo you see, below, to Instagram. Show More Summary
Michael Vick. Nick Foles. Matt Barkley. Only one of these guys was drafted by the current regime. Granted, Vick enters offseason workouts as the nominal starter, but there's a better-than-remote chance we could see Barkley operating the controls of Chip Kelly's high-octane offense come opening weekend. Show More Summary