We take a look at the 2014 high school football PIAA state contenders from the Philadelphia area.
HS Football player Johncarlo Valentin of Imhotep Charter might just be Philly’s next big star.
The Eagles’ 10th –year right guard demanded more from himself in 2013, and it gnaws at him that he didn’t play up to the level he expects.
It’s taken a few years, but Nate Allen feels comfortable.
Imhotep Charter is looking to erase the stigma of a loss last December in the PIAA Class AA state championship game.
He stops you short with a warning—“Don’t go there, that’s something you’ll have to ask Chip Kelly about,” says Nolan Carroll III, the cornerback who the Eagles signed to a two-year deal when it comes to possibly starting for the Eagles this season.
Chip Kelly parcels out truths sometimes in cloaked references and subtleties. The Eagles’ coach doesn’t appear to be hiding how uncomfortable he feels when it comes to his kicking situation entering what is supposed to be a very promising 2014 season.
Rather than wait for the first NFL cuts to be announced Tuesday in order to reach the 75-man limit, Eagles’ coach Chip Kelly wanted to give some players a chance to possibly catch on with other NFL teams by releasing them on Saturday.
Alejandro Villanueva was a long shot to begin with, and a fan favorite to make the Eagles, but there he was walking from the NovaCare Complex Saturday morning with a trash bag in his right hand and a content look on his face.
The Eagles earned their first win of the preseason as they defeated the Steelers 31-21.
The Taney Dragons lost a nail biter to Illinois 6-5 to end their Little League World Series run.
The Taney Dragons fell to Nevada 8-1 and will play Illinois on Thursday.
Henry Josey is looking to beat the odds and make the Eagles’ roster.
Eagles QB Mark Sanchez opens up about his second chance in Philly.
Eagles kicker Alex Henery answers the critics, confident he can rebound from last season.