The Philadelphia Eagles closed out a second straight 10-win season under Chip Kelly with a road victory against the division rival New York Giants Sunday afternoon in MetLife Stadium, but the Birds head to the offseason a little earlier than expected. Now the evaluations for the season will begin, but first it is time for one final evaluation on a single-game basis for the Eagles.
The Philadelphia Eagles expect to finish up the 2014 season on the road against the New York Giants with linebacker Trent Cole on the field. Quarterback Nick Foles, of course, will miss the final game of the season after having his second half of the season essentially wiped out by a broken collarbone.
A broken hand to Trent Cole has kept the outside linebacker out of practices this week, but his status for Saturday afternoon in Washington remains uncertain. There is still a chance Cole might play, but every other player listed on the Eagles injury report should be available to play, except for quarterback Nick Foles.
The Philadelphia Eagles will be as close to 100 percent ready and available for Sunday night’s NFC East showdown with the Dallas Cowboys. Aside from quarterback Nick Foles, every other player on the official Eagles injury report Friday afternoon is listed as probable.
Three key contributors to the Philadelphia Eagles special teams efforts are listed as probable for this weekend’s game against the Seattle Seahawks. Quarterback Nick Foles remains out of action for another week.
Just by the tone of Josh Huff’s voice, you could tell that there was no doubt he was going to take the ball out.
The Eagles were dealt a 53-20 pounding by the Packers Sunday afternoon in Lambeau Field that really was not as close as the final score would indicate. With the loss, the Eagles fell to 2-3 away from Lincoln Financial Field, and Chip Kelly now has plenty he and his staff can work on before returning to the field next week at home.
Angelo Cataldi picked Jeremy Maclin as his winner of the week and Alex Rodriguez as his weasel of the week.
Edrina and Chris Polk talk about their special relationship, and how mom help mold Chris into an elite football player.
Chris Polk talks about the Eagles’ early struggles at the goal-line, admits he wanted the ball.
The Philadelphia Eagles get ready to return home in a primetime match-up next Monday night against the Carolina Panthers. After winning a game in Houston, the Eagles sit alone in first place in the NFC East, but the struggling Panthers hope to play a bit of a spoiler role.
A week after letting a win slip through their hands in Arizona, the Philadelphia Eagles were back on the road on Sunday to take on the Houston Texans. This week the Eagles never let a lead escape them for long and the Birds never once trailed in the game against the Texans.
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Eagles running back Chris Polk talked to KYW about his controversial carry late in Sunday’s game, among other topics.
Chip Kelly defends his 5-2 Eagles after their devastating loss on Sunday.