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Five players Philadelphia Eagles should target in the 2017 NFL Draft

1 of 6 | NEXT » The Philadelphia Eagles were one of the most underrated teams in the NFL last season. Philadelphia’s  2016 opponents had a combined winning percentage of.559, which was easily the highest in the league. The Eagles managed...Show More Summary

Adelson spokesman on Raiders' Vegas gaffe: 'I’m still trying to figure out what the hell they were thinking'

As it stands, the brief time the Oakland Raiders looked like a lock to move to Las Vegas will go down in relocation “what if?” history, alongside the Philadelphia Eagles almost moving to Phoenix and the Chicago White Sox threatening to move to Tampa Bay. Show More Summary

Eagles expected to trade linebacker Mychal Kendricks in offseason

His role in Philadelphia’s defense decreased last season. Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Mychal Kendricks has been a solid player in Philadelphia for five seasons. However, the Eagles could look to trade the 26-year-old over the offseason, according to Teams around the league should have interest in Kendricks. Show More Summary

Eagles want to trade Mychal Kendricks

When Chip Kelly was given full personnel control of the Eagles in 2015, he signed linebacker Mychal Kendricks to a four-year, $29 million contract. But as we’ve seen over and over again in Philadelphia, the current regime has no respect for Kelly’s personnel acumen. So it’s no surprise that Kendricks is now on the trade…

Report: Eagles ask Jason Peters to take a pay cut

With the Philadelphia Eagles set to begin the offseason with some of the least salary cap space of any team in the league, the team is asking left tackle Jason Peters to take a pay cut, according to Adam Caplan of The Eagles are estimated to have just over $7 million in cap space…

Tom Brady’s Super Bowl performance has Mike Vick reconsidering his NFL retirement

Well that was quick. Quarterback Mike Vick is already considering an NFL return just days after announcing his retirement. Two days before Super Bowl 51, the longtime Atlanta Falcons and Philadelphia Eagles quarterback decided to hang up the cleats. Show More Summary

Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins wins Whizzer White Award

Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins has won the 2017 Byron "Whizzer" White Award and his foundation will receive a $10,000 donation from the NFL Players Association        

Eagles reportedly part ways with personnel man Rick Mueller

The Eagles reorganized their personnel department last year, and have apparently parted ways with a longtime scout. According to Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer, player personnel executive Rick Mueller has effectively been fired, and is out looking for jobs. He remains under contract to the team, but reportedly doesn’t have an office at the team facility…

Former Eagles’ Lenwood Hamilton Suing Microsoft Over Alleged Use of His Face in Video Game

Former Philadelphia Eagles player turned pro wrestler Lenwood Hamilton stated one of friend’s was simply showing him a game called ‘Gears of War’ when he realized the main character, Cole Train, was actually him. TMZ has the details: “So, Hamilton did what any red-blooded American would do … sued. According to the docs … the physical appearances […]

Chris Christie Calls Philadelphia Eagles Fans “Angry, Awful People” (Audio)

New Jersey governor Chris Christie is a noted Dallas Cowboys fans and has attended many games in the past and in true Cowboys fan form, he couldn’t help but to take a shot at a division rival and their fan base. Christie co-hosted WFAN’s “Boomer and Carton Show” on Wednesday morning and was not shy about […]

Chris Christie calls Eagles fans ‘angry, awful people'

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Although Chris Christie appears to be a fan of cheesesteaks, the NJ governor could care less about Philadelphia sports fans.

Philadelphia Eagles' Offseason To-Do List

Bad teams looking to remodel should use the Philadelphia Eagles as their tear-it-down template. In one offseason, executive vice president of football operations Howie Roseman almost completely erased the Chip Kelly era. He found a familiar coach. Show More Summary

Emmanuel Acho, Joe Banner Reflect on Dion Lewis Trade Now That RB Is a Star

A Dion Lewis-for-Emmanuel Acho trade didn't raise eyebrows at the time—but it's funny how things can work out. Back in April 2013, the Cleveland Browns and the Philadelphia Eagles came to an agreement on a minor trade. Cleveland would trade Acho, a linebacker selected in the sixth round of the 2012 draft, for Lewis, a 2011 fifth-round pick. Show More Summary

Eagles Fan EDP Celebrates Cowboys Loss By Wiping His Butt With a Cowboys Cap (Video)

The Philadelphia Eagles may have not qualified for the playoffs, but they did not want to see the Dallas Cowboys advance in the playoffs in hopes of winning another Super Bowl. Eagles most irate fan EDP set up his camera and watched the final few seconds live and reacted right there to them losing by […]

Patriots invincible with Dion Lewis in lineup and here's record to prove it

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – In 2015, when he was signed by the New England Patriots, running back Dion Lewis hadn’t played a snap in an NFL game in over two years. Traded to Cleveland in 2013 by the Philadelphia Eagles, where he’d been a fifth-round pick a couple of years earlier, Lewis suffered a broken leg and missed the entire season. Show More Summary

Carson Wentz Completes Most Passes by Rookie Quarterback in NFL History

Philadelphia Eagles rookie quarterback Carson Wentz completed 379 passes during the 2016 regular season, giving him the most by a rookie in NFL history and the most in franchise history, per NFL Communications. Wentz started the opening game of the season for the Eagles, becoming the first rookie quarterback to do so since Davey O'Brien in 1939. Show More Summary

Greg Lewis Fired as Eagles WR Coach: Latest Comments and Reaction

The Philadelphia Eagles fired wide receivers coach Greg Lewis on Monday, according to Charles Robinson of Yahoo Sports and Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer. McLane wasn't particularly surprised that the Lewis hire didn't last: More to follow. You can follow Timothy Rapp on Twitter. Read more NFL news on

2017 Pro Bowl Cheerleaders – Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleader Amanda Grace

The Philadelphia Eagles have announced 6 year veteran Amanda Grace as their 2017 Pro Bowl Cheerleader.

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