Jordan Matthews discussed his break out game with the Eagles.
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 Eagles’ studs and duds from their week two comeback win on Monday night over the Colts.
Eagles QB Mark Sanchez opens up about his second chance in Philly.
Rookie WR Jordan Matthews shined with 9 catches for 104 yards against the Patriots.
On Sunday, the Eagles returned for a nostalgic practice at the site of their last NFL championship.
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.
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.
Jordan Matthews exemplifes his mature personality and team-first mentality an interview on Thursday.
Eagles legend and team broadcaster Mike Quick joined Anthony and Rob on Tuesday afternoon to talk about Training Camp and preview the season ahead.
Eagles offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur, talked about the impressive work ethics of new Eagles Darren Sproles and Jordan Matthews. Shurmur also discussed various issues, topics, and players as training camp continues.
While Chip Kelly, Nick Foles, and the continued to be questioned nationally, Philadelphia is confident in their team.
The Eagles’ second-round pick out of Vanderbilt is aware he’ll have a chance to step right in and contribute.
With their second round selection, the 42nd overall pick, the Philadelphia Eagles drafted wide receiver Jordan Matthews.
The Eagles addressed some needs during the three-day NFL Draft, staying true to coach Chip Kelly’s mantra of versatility.