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Chip Kelly addresses reporters to review the Eagles loss to Green Bay. (credit: Ed Benkin/KYW)

Eagles Try To Pick Up The Pieces

The Eagles will have to bounce back after the blowout against the Packers.


LeSean McCoy takes to the practice field ahead of the Eagles match up against the Packers. (credit: Ed Benkin/KYW)

Eagles Try Again To Get The Ground Game Going

LeSean McCoy stressed team success over individual stats after rough day vs. Carolina.


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Eagles Preparing For High-Powered Packer Air Attack

The Eagles will travel to Green Bay to take on a Packers’ squad with one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL.


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Kelly Reflects On Monday Night Win

Chip Kelly had talked about how his team strives for perfection each week even if they can’t achieve it. Despite coming close against Carolina, Kelly believes his team still has room for improvement.


The rest of the Eagles linebackers will have to step up in DeMeco Ryans' absence. (credit: Ed Benkin/KYW)

Eagles Defense Trying To Move Forward Without Ryans

DeMeco Ryans is major loss on and off the field.


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Sanchez Ready For His Chance

Mark Sanchez knew it would likely take an injury for his second chance in the NFL. Now, Sanchez is looking to make the most of his opportunity.


Phil Martelli meets with the media to discuss the upcoming season.

Younger Version Of Hawks Look To Defend A-10 Title

St. Joseph’s will open its season on Friday, November 14th, at home against FDU.


HOUSTON, TX- NOVEMBER 02: Mark Sanchez #3 of the Philadelphia Eagles looks at plays on the sidelines while playing the Philadelphia Eagles in the second quarter in a NFL game on November 2, 2014 at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Thomas B. Shea/Getty Images)

Eagles Turn To Mark Sanchez At Quarterback

The Eagles are confident that Sanchez is ready.


J.J. Watt will definitely have his eyes set on LeSean McCoy. (credit: Ed Benkin/KYW)

Eagles Ready For Watt And Texans

J.J. Watt will look to continue with his dominance against the Eagles.


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Eagles Continue To Deal With Key Injuries

Both areas are dealing with injuries as the Eagles get set to take on the Texans in Houston on Sunday. The concerns are greater on the offensive line which has already dealt with it’s share of injuries. The latest is Todd Herremans, whose battle with a bicep injury has left his status uncertain for Sunday. Herremans has been able to practice, and Chip Kelly will see how Herremans progresses during the week before making a decision about Sunday.


Quarterback Nick Foles #9 of the Philadelphia Eagles throws a pass during the NFL game against the Arizona Cardinals at the University of Phoenix Stadium on October 26, 2014 in Glendale, Arizona.  (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

Foles Looks To Correct Mistakes

Even though the Eagles have a better record than most teams in the NFC, Foles has made his share of mistakes this season. The quarterback has thrown nine interceptions after throwing just two a year ago. Some are now questioning if Foles is the long-term answer at quarterback, but the Eagles’ signal caller isn’t worried about any outside criticism.


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Chip Kelly On What Went Wrong

Chip Kelly shared his thoughts on the Eagles loss to the Cardinals.


The Eagles practice ahead of their game with the Arizona Cardinals. (credit: Ed Benkin/KYW)

Eagles Ready For Noisy Welcome In Arizona

The Eagles are preparing for Arizona’s decisive home field advantage.


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5-1 Eagles Getting Ready For 5-1 Cardinals

It is only week eight in the NFL and the seventh game for the Eagles, but Sunday’s game against Arizona could have large ramifications down the road.


Jason Kelce, Mychal Kendricks, Chris Polk and Darren Sproles were all back on the field with a game at Arizona looming on Sunday.  (credit: Ed Benkin/KYW)

Eagles Getting Healthier As Practice Resumes

Jason Kelce, Mychal Kendricks, Chris Polk and Darren Sproles were all back on the field with a game at Arizona looming on Sunday. While there are no guarantees that all of the injured players will be back on Sunday, Quarterback Nick Foles was happy to see so many familiar faces back at practice.