National Defensive Player Of The Year Taron Vincent Could Be Better Than His DadHis quickness, strength, speed, agility and work ethic have forged one of the nation’s best high school defensive tackles.
Doug Pederson Is The Maxwell Club’s NFL Coach Of The YearPederson will be honored Friday night at the annual Maxwell Club gala at Tropicana in Atlantic City. The event is soldout.
Danny Garcia Is Looking For RedemptionDanny Garcia will be fighting for the first time since he lost a split-decision to Keith Thurman.
Santoliquito: Jason Kelce Didn’t Have To Go Raw To Send His MessageThe essential element that was missing from Jason Kelce’s outburst was simply acting like you’ve been there before. He didn’t.
Santoliquito: Carson Wentz Needs To Learn A Few Things From Nick FolesWith the Eagles sitting there on fourth-and-goal with :38 left in the first half and the ball at the New England Patriots’ 1-yard line, would the world have seen “The Philly Special” in Super Bowl LII? Possibly not with Carson Wentz.
Eagles’ Parade Was A Joyous Moment For MillionsThree different people, from diverse backgrounds, all coming together to enjoy a special moment in the biggest gathering of people in the history of Philadelphia.
Super Bowl LII Will Be A Brain GamePhysically, the Eagles appear on paper to be the better physical team. Strong indicators point in the Eagles’ direction.
The Maxwell Club Names Wentz, Pederson As Player And Coach Of The YearIn only his second NFL season, Carson Wentz established himself as one of the best quarterbacks in the league. Wentz becomes the sixth Eagle to receive the prestigious Bert Bell Award joining Norm Van Brocklin (1960), Pete Retzlaff (1965), Ron Jaworski (1980), Randall Cunningham, who won it twice (1988 & 1990), and Michael Vick (2010), the last Eagle to win the Bert Bell Award. Cunningham also won the award a third time (1988) as a member of the Minnesota Vikings.
Eagles Hold Off Raiders 19-10 To Clinch No. 1 Seed In PlayoffsThe Eagles were supposed to roll over the Raiders, but someone forgot to tell the Raiders that.
The Eagles’ Good, Bad & UglyThere were some things to like, and whole lot of things on defense to dislike after the Eagles’ fortunate 34-29 victory over the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium on Sunday.
Philadelphia Eagles Vs. Los Angeles Rams: The Good, The Bad, & The UglyThere were many things to like, one glaring thing to dislike, the loss of Carson Wentz, and not much to look forward to after the Eagles’ 43-35 victory over the Los Angeles Rams at the Coliseum on Sunday.
The Eagles Win 9 Straight For Third Time in Franchise HistoryThe four-letter word T-R-A-P apparently doesn’t exist in the Eagles’ vocabulary.