Last year, many believed the Eagles would struggle in Chip Kelly’s first season. What a difference a year makes.
There are still spots up for grabs as the team gets closer to the season.
The big question heading into the season for the Eagles is how life would be like without DeSean Jackson. The players believe they have the answer.
Jeffrey Lurie was just as excited about his team as fans in 2013. He understands expectations are high in 2014.
Things were heating up in more ways than one at Eagles practice on Sunday.
The wait for training camp ended on Friday when the Eagles reported to the NovaCare Complex. On Saturday, it was time to get down to business.
Fans have been counting the days until the start of training camp. The Eagles appear to be equally excited.
By Ed Benkin PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The off-season workouts are over for the Eagles, but the head coach will still have football on his mind during the break. The Eagles wrapped up a three-day minicamp on […]
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.