The Eagles offensive line may be the key to success for the team next season.
Eagles running back LeSean McCoy was ranked as the 5th best player and the 2nd best running back in the NFL by his peers.
Jason Kelce admits Evan Mathis’ Del Frisco’s bill is a hoax.
Eagles Pro-Bowl guard Evan Mathis joined Angelo Cataldi and the WIP Morning Show on Tuesday and talked about DeSean Jackson’s release.
Evan Mathis is the quintessential “Philadelphia story.” He was a camp body, someone Andy Reid and the Eagles signed from the scrapheap when he was released by Cincinnati after the 2010 season. He wasn’t supposed to be anything but a stopgap if someone went down. Nothing more.
Word spread last month that Eagles guard Evan Mathis isn’t particularly happy with his contract. Mathis will be paid $5 million for the 2014 season, and was reportedly told by the Eagles he could seek a trade.
The Eagles have reportedly put their Pro Bowl guard Evan Mathis on the trade market.
A day after quarterback Nick Foles was officially added to the NFL Pro Bowl roster, two players earned All-NFL honors from the Pro Football Writers of America.
Evan Mathis thinks in absolutes. He doesn’t do conjecture and he rarely looks at the past. Mathis feels that attitude has kept him grounded, kept him always looking to do more. The Eagles left guard has been one of the best at his position for the last three years now.
Evan Mathis, LeSean McCoy, and Jason Peters were all named to the AP All Pro team.
Through it all, through those sloping gorges, the Eagles survived—and it seems—even thrived from those situations. It’s been that ability to rebound from adversity that’s been one of the stubborn staples in the success story of the 2013 Eagles.
Eagles offensive lineman Evan Mathis says that the team’s fast pace on offense will create a problem for oppsing defenses.
He looks like a bearded human fire hydrant. And though he’s 6-foot-5, 298 pounds, he has kind of a stubby appearance, with seemingly short arms and squat, thick legs. Ever run into a fire hydrant? It doesn’t move. It’s solid, reliable.
Eagles players seem enthused after their first football meeting with Chip Kelly.
Had injuries cropped up in training camp, Philadelphia may have been able to navigate through the troubled waters, but now the Eagles must adjust on the fly.