On Sunday, the Eagles returned for a nostalgic practice at the site of their last NFL championship.
One of the most anticipated Eagles’ seasons in a decade is slightly more than a week away, and the Eagles want their fans to get as many early glimpses of Chip Kelly’s machine before they begin things for real in September.
The Philadelphia Eagles will practice at Franklin Field on August 10th, 2014.
Biden received an honorary law degree. He joked with Penn president Amy Gutmann, “It’s much cheaper to get a degree this way, isn’t it?”
High school girls’ races dominated the early events as the Penn Relays got into full swing at Franklin Field, on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania
The Penn Relays are only days away, but Boston is still on everyone’s mind.
Attendees can help by showing up a little earlier than normal, and being prepared to be a little more patient in line.
As Eagles fans look forward to the better times sure to come, they can reflect on the past to find inspiration and hope in Philadelphia’s rich football heritage.
According to the company’s Facebook page, the Nutella Food Truck is in town through Saturday, Oct. 13th.
Penn head coach Al Bagnoli says there’s a big difference between finishing 6-4 or finishing 5-5.
One of college football’s best rivalries will be on display on Saturday at Franklin Field, as the Penn Quakers host the Princeton Tigers.
Two of the three team undefeated in Ivy League play will battle on Saturday afternoon at Franklin Field, as the Penn Quakers host Yale.
Quakers’ head coach Al Bagnoli is hopeful that last Saturday’s victory over Dartmouth can help set the table for this Saturday’s matchup against Fordham.
“They are very experienced,” says Penn head coach Al Bagnoli of the Dartmouth team. “I think they have been pointing to this year for a long time.”
“I think we did pretty good — this is our best time yet this season,” said Lindsay Sheehan, a freshman member of Pennridge High School’s women’s 4 x100 squad. “I know we can do better, but the weather wasn’t so great.”