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.
The first half of the season was a complete disaster for Philadelphia. Turnovers on the first two drives of the game were followed by three straight punts and an interception before halftime. The offensive line got banged up with injuries and running back LeSean McCoy was a non-factor. Fortunately for the Eagles, the second half was much better.
Jeremy Maclin says his knee is fine, after a brief scare on Thursday night.
The Eagles earned their first win of the preseason as they defeated the Steelers 31-21.
LeSean McCoy and Jeremy Maclin returned to the practice field on Monday.
Jeremy Maclin is not going to have to be Jerry Rice or Terrell Owens. He merely needs to be a receiver for Nick Foles, while the tight ends help chip in the rest of the production in the passing game.
Over 600 people gathered to honor Jack Ramsay on Wednesday night at St. Joseph’s University.
Jeremy Maclin tweaked his left hamstring at practice on Wednesday.
Recent odds have LeSean McCoy listed as the second most likely to lead the NFL in rushing.
Two days after the Eagles lost in their first pre-season game, coach Chip Kelly addressed a few issues of concern.
Here are five players to keep your eye on in the Eagles’ preseason opener.
Jordan Matthews went to the Eagles in the second round. Despite being the ninth receiver picked overall in the draft, Matthews has the look of a top pick so far in training camp.
There are still spots up for grabs as the team gets closer to the season.
With Riley Cooper’s right foot still in a walking boot, with Jeff Maehl also in a walking boot with an ankle injury, it’s opened the door for fifth-year wide receiver Arrelious Benn to show what he can do during training cap.
Chip Kelly talks about his offense, saying its personnel driven.