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Pats’ struggles in dime defense made Malcolm Butler’s absence more conspicuous

More than two weeks after Super Bowl LII, the game’s biggest mystery still hasn’t been solved. It may never be. Cornerback Malcolm Butler dressed for the game, but he contributed to only one play, on special teams. He took no snaps on defense. Safety Devin McCourty has said that the team knew Butler wasn’t “starting.” [more]

Patriots' Devin McCourty on Malcolm Butler's Super Bowl benching: 'We all knew he wasn't starting all week'

Malcolm Butler played almost every defensive snap for the New England Patriots during the regular season in 2017, so most of us were pretty surprised to see that the star cornerback was not in the starting lineup for Super Bowl LII. But Patriots safety Devin McCourty recently revealed that the...

Here Are the Emails Between Governor Burgum’s Office and Xcel Energy Setting up His Uber Expensive Super Bowl Trip

Governor Doug Burgum and his wife Kathryn Helgaas Burgum attend Super Bowl LII. Photo via Twitter The story about Governor Doug Burgum’s Super Bowl trip just won’t go away, mostly because Burgum’s office has handled the whole thing pretty terribly. Show More Summary

Eagles fans cry when they see Nick Foles, who lost his 'safe spot' at Whole Foods

Foles's life has completely changed by leading the Eagles to a win over the Patriots in Super Bowl LII

REPORT: WWE Hoping To Sign Rob Gronkowski To Full-Time Contract If He Retires From The NFL

A few days after losing Super Bowl LII to the Philadelphia Eagles, Rob Gronkowski began thinking about his future. Surprisingly, that future did not necessarily involve playing football, because he would not rule out retiring to pursue other things in life. I’m definitely going to look at my future, for sure,” Gronk said Sunday after catching nine passes […]

Nick Foles is a lot more recognizable now

The rapid rise from backup to Carson Wentz to Super Bowl LII MVP has changed a lot for Eagles quarterback Nick Foles, including where he can go to get away from it all. During an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Thursday, Foles was asked if he’s getting noticed more around Philadelphia as a result [more]

Devin McCourty undergoes shoulder surgery

Patriots safety Devin McCourty has undergone shoulder surgery since Super Bowl LII, though it was only a clean-up procedure, Mike Reiss of ESPN reports. McCourty also underwent minor shoulder surgery in 2013. He separated a shoulder in 2011. He was added to the injury report in Week 17 with a shoulder injury. But McCourty missed [more]

Guy Loses Bet, Covers Dallas Cowboys Tattoo With Eagles Logo (VIDEO)

It’s now been over a week since the Philadelphia Eagles made history by hoisting the Lombardi trophy for the first time in franchise history after defeating the New England Patriots at Super Bowl LII. Those memories and the celebration that followed will never be forgotten by Eagles fans. And it definitely won’t be forgotten by a […]

Tedy Bruschi Ripped The Hell Out of Lane Johnson For Disrespecting The Patriots Organization (VIDEO)

It was bad enough the New England Patriots could do absolutely nothing to stop the Philadelphia Eagles offensive attack in Super Bowl LII, losing 41-33, but then they had to deal with Lane Johnson taking shots at the organization for no apparent reason. During an interview on ‘Pardon My Take,’ the Eagles offensive lineman made it […]

Speculation circulating that Roger Goodell told officials to change replay procedure

The NFL seemed to fix some stuff in Super Bowl LII, so maybe Goodell getting involved was a good thing

Mike Pereira: Eagles were in illegal formation on Philly Special

On second thought, maybe the Philly Special shouldn’t have counted. After Nick Foles caught a touchdown on fourth down in Super Bowl LII, PFT asked the NFL for clarification about whether the Eagles were lined up in an illegal formation. A league source said the NFL views it as a “judgment call.” But FOX rules [more]

Super Bowl LII game-winner exposes a flaw in Patriot Way

In the aftermath of Super Bowl LII, the play known as “Philly Special” received most of the attention. And rightfully so. The gadget play used on fourth and goal made Nick Foles the first quarterback in league history to catch a touchdown pass in a Super Bowl. But Wristband 145 a/k/a Gun trey left, open [more]

Matthew McConaughey buys full-page ad to congratulate Nick Foles

Austin, Texas, isn’t exactly Eagles country, but the Eagles’ Super Bowl LII title is being recognized there. That’s because Eagles quarterback and Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles was born and raised in Austin, and another Austin native bought a full-page ad in today’s Austin American-Statesman to congratulate him. “From one local to another, congratulations Nick [more]

Female Fan Returns To Being A Giants Fan After Celebrating Super Bowl As An Eagles Fan (PICS)

It hasn’t been a full week yet and Philadelphia is still on cloud nine as they continue to celebrate the Eagles first Lombardi Trophy after defeating the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII. The Super Bowl parade brought Eagles fans from all parts of the country to be a part of the celebration and […]

Google Says Nick Foles is The Proud Owner of The New England Patriots (PIC)

Less than a week ago, Nick Foles did what many believed was the impossible when he dropped 373 yards and three touchdowns in Super Bowl LII to defeat the New England Patriots and bring the city of Philadelphia its first Lombardi Trophy ever. Foles can do nothing for the rest of his career and will […]

Verizon streamed Super Bowl LII in virtual reality on a 5G connection, but only a few people saw it

While most of us were enjoying Super Bowl LII on our own flat-screen TVs, on large screens at a bar, or even in person at U.S. Bank Stadium last Sunday, a select group of people was able to watch the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots in virtual reality streaming over a 5G connection. Show More Summary

Verizon streamed Super Bowl LII in VR over 5G

A crowd of more than 67,000 people watched the Philadelphia Eagles trounce the New England Patriots last Sunday at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, while around 103 million viewers across the country did the same on their television sets. Show More Summary

Calendar Letters: Don't go hating on Justin Timberlake

So Mikael Wood thinks that not only is Justin Timberlake’s new album, “Man of the Woods,” a song-and-dance sham but that his Super Bowl halftime show was also almost completely without merit? [“Super Bowl LII Halftime,” Feb. 5]. Why bash a guy who just wanted to put on a party for the masses? I’m...

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