The Eagles finished off their second day of a three-day minicamp, and a break is on the horizon for the players after several rounds of off-season workouts.
After missing all of last season with a knee injury, Maclin continues to look strong throughout the Eagles off-season workouts. Maclin knows the real test will come when he puts the pads on during training camp, but the receiver is happy with his progress at this stage of the off-season.
New Union head coach, Jim Curtin, ready for the challenge.
The Eagles opened up another four-day session of organized team activities. The players were excited to get back on the field, and Quarterback Nick Foles says every snap is critical as the team continues to get ready for the season.
One year later, the veterans are quite comfortable with the X’s and O’s on both sides of the football and Cornerback Cary Williams says the difference is noticeable on the field.
The Eagles have plenty of work to do before their season opener on September 7th, but the work began with the team’s organized team activities.
Many of the rookies are expected to make an immediate impact, but players such as fourth round draft choice Jaylen Watkins knows there is plenty of work to be done before the veterans arrive next week.
Ron Hextall’s opportunity to be an NHL general manager was coming. The Flyers decided to speed up the process.
It was the worst kept secret in the Flyers locker room. Steve Mason will start in goal Friday night.
Emery is no stranger to the playoff spotlight. In 2007, Emery backstopped the Ottawa Senators to the Stanley Cup Finals. The veteran says he’s enjoying his opportunity.
The Flyers have heard all about their recent struggles at Madison Square Garden. They insist they have a clean slate in their first round playoff series.
Mark Sanchez was labeled the “Sanchise” in New York. Now, he is simply looking to be a serviceable back-up in Philadelphia.
The city of Philadelphia is buzzing about the possibility of a Villanova-St. Joseph’s NCAA Tournament matchup on Saturday. The Wildcats are only worried about Thursday.
On Wednesday, the Eagles acquired Running Back Darren Sproles in a trade with New Orleans. The Eagles also signed free agent Cornerback Nolan Carroll, who spent the past four seasons in Miami.
A two-game losing streak has put St. Joseph’s NCAA Tournament hopes in doubt, but the Hawks are more worried about the task at hand.