The Eagles have been eliminated from the playoffs and won’t be playing in January—but five Eagles will be playing in January, offensive tackle Jason Peters, center Jason Kelce, running back LeSean McCoy, linebacker Connor Barwin and special teams threat Darren Sproles.
It’s hard to say where exactly it began—this doubt about Chip Kelly—but it’s easy to notice how amplified the doubters have become since the Eagles have lost three-straight games and will be watching January football.
Gabe Infante has a profound impact on his players on and off the field.
The defeat was the Eagles’ third-straight setback, after the Redskins’ Kai Forbath hit a 26-yard field goal with :05 left.
St. Joe Prep’s John Reid is the 2014 high school football player of the year.
Eagles center Jason Kelce reflects on his team’s loss to the Cowboys.
Malcolm Jenkins knows all the team can do is focus on Washington.
He wore a cheshire cat’s grin as he moved the small mob of media into the doorway of the Dallas Cowboys’ locker room Sunday night at Lincoln Financial Field.
The Eagles lost a pivotal game to the Cowboys, 38-27.
The Eagles trail the Cowboys 21-10 at halftime.
Archbishop Wood and St. Joseph’s Prep will both have the chance to repeat as State champions.
Archbishop Wood’s Jake Cooper looking to become the first player in Catholic League history to win three state football championships.
St. Joseph Prep’s left guard Shane Davis has been through a lot, to get to this point.
Tom Johnson and his St. Joe Prep’s team is looking for their second-straight PIAA Class AAAA state title.
Jason Kelce says he hopes to play the Seattle Seahawks again.