Nobody ever said winning is supposed to be easy, especially in division play. That has been true for the Eagles and Washington for a long time and continued to be the case on Sunday afternoon.
Philadelphia will celebrate the Eagles opener with Back to Football week.
While Chip Kelly, Nick Foles, and the continued to be questioned nationally, Philadelphia is confident in their team.
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.
Furthermore, two of the Eagles top receivers, Riley Cooper and Jeremy Maclin, are free agents set to hit the open market. A controversial topic over the past couples months has been, which receiver should the Eagles re-sign? However, it looks like the Eagles may be able to keep both players in midnight green.
The Philadelphia Eagles signed a five-year contract extension with tackle Jason Peters that will keep the All-Pro in Eagles green through the 2018 season.
From Snow Bowl to Pro Bowl. Weeks after leading his team to a come from behind victory in blizzard-like conditions at the Linc, Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles will be packing his shorts and suntan lotion and heading to Hawaii.
Evan Mathis, LeSean McCoy, and Jason Peters were all named to the AP All Pro team.
LeSean “Shady” McCoy and Jason Peters are the Eagles’ representatives to the Pro Bowl.
he Eagles will be missing a couple of defensive players this weekend as they look to snap their home losing streak in Lincoln Financial Field. Safety Earl Wolff and back-up linebacker Jake Knott have been ruled out by the Eagles for this weekend’s home game against the Washington Redskins.
Mike Vick is still bothered by a hamstring injury that has been nagging him for the last month. The veteran quarterback was limited in practices early in the week but did get in a full practice on Friday. Even if his hamstring stops bothering by Sunday, it should be expected he will serve as nothing more than a back-up quarterback option to Nick Foles.
Everything is on track for Michael Vick to return to the starting lineup for the Philadelphia Eagles this weekend as the New York Giants come to town. Second-year quarterback Nick Foles is out after not practicing all week due to a concussion, so Vick’s return is quite timely for the Eagles.
Vick taking in a full practice for the first time this week should be encouraging as the mobile quarterback comes back from a hamstring injury. Although Foles will get the start and the offense has performed well with the second-year quarterback under center, having the possibility of going back to Vick in case of emergency is comforting.
Vick was limited in practices all week, but head coach Chip Kelly has decided to hold off on making a call on his starting quarterback. It is likely Nick Foles will get the start against the Bucs, after replacing the injured Vick in the win over the Giants.