In two games since Philadelphia coach Andy Reid fired defensive line coach Jim Washburn and hired veteran Tommy Brasher, the Eagles’ secondary has suddenly become respectable.
Cullen Jenkins was shocked to find a sizable media throng in front of his locker more comparable for a playoff week than another meaningless game for the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Eagles have fired defensive line coach Jim Washburn and replaced him with Tommy Brasher.
Andy Reid talks about the Eagles defensive-centric draft.
By Joseph Santoliquito PHILADELPHIA (CBS)—Fletcher Cox’s genesis as an Eagle started innocently enough, beginning at the fingertips of Eagles’ defensive line coach Jim Washburn leisurely channel hopping on a Thursday night last fall. Bored, Washburn happened to pop […]
By Merrill Reese: One of the Eagles who I think will really benefit from Jim Washburn’s coaching is defensive end Darryl Tapp. He came over last year in a trade with Seattle and had some […]
The Philadelphia Eagles have reached agreement on a five-year contract with Pro Bowl defensive end Jason Babin, who had a breakout season with Tennessee last year.
The team organization of the Philadelphia Eagles is celebrating its 15th year of building community playgrounds, with a massive beautification project at a Kensington school.
The Eagles have named Jim Washburn as their new defensive line coach. He replaces Rory Segrest, who was fired over the weekend.