The Philadelphia Eagles (4-8) got back on the practice field today, preparing for Sunday’s game in Miami against the Dolphins (also 4-8).
After a long flight back from Seattle, Eagles head coach Andy Reid had to review yet another Eagle loss as he met with the media on Friday, a day after his team lost to the Seahawks, 31-14.
It will be a shorthanded, injured Eagles team that takes the field in Seattle tonight.
Vince Young will once again start at quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday night, as they visit the Seattle Seahawks.
Thurday night’s game will provide plenty of challenges for the Eagles with little preparation time for Andy Reid’s squad.
Andy Reid updated the Eagles significant injury list after practice on Friday as his team gets ready for Sunday’s game with the Patriots.
More bad injury news for the Eagles. Cornerback Nmandi Asomugha had to be carted off the practice field Thanksgiving morning after suffering a left knee injury. No word as of yet on the severity.
Head coach Andy Reid shed some light on why DeSean Jackson was wearing a walking boot after the game.
If Vick is unable to go, Vince Young would make his first start as an Eagle.
The Eagles scored on their first six possessions in their best performance this season, utterly dominating the hated Cowboys, 34-7, at Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday night.
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Reid says the swelling in Michael Vick’s injured right hand has gone down.
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Eagles wide receiver Jeremy Maclin and defensive tackle Mike Patterson, who both recently recovered from serious health scares, returned to the team on Saturday and could be in uniform for Philadelphia’s regular-season opener.
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Jeremy Maclin, who still hasn’t practiced yet, has been cleared to return to the team after a cancer scare, trainer Rick Burkholder said Wednesday.