Despite the Mark Sanchez trade talk, the Eagles quarterbacks remain focused.
As expected, the Eagles will rest their top players when they close out their preseason on Thursday Night at the Linc against the Jets.
Chip Kelly addresses Mark Sanchez trade questions.
There are still spots up for grabs as the team gets closer to the season.
If being on the cover of Sports Illustrated is still considered a jinx, the Eagles don’t have a quarterback who can escape it.
It was a memorable weekend in football, both on the college and professional scenes.
Chip Kelly knows Nick Foles will be his starting quarterback on Sunday in Oakland. That’s all the information the coach will give about the future of the position.
Chip Kelly anounces that Nick Foles will start against the Raiders.
Chris reviews the apology given by the Obama Administration for the rollout of healthcare.gov, Chris Christie’s huge lead in the polls in the leadup to the election for Governor in New Jersey, and NSA spying on foreign leaders. He talks to Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine and foreign policy expert Ed Turzanski.
Nick Foles has been cleared, and will practice today with the Eagles.
Chip Kelly says it’s a combination of “the little things” that caused Sunday’s offensive ineptness.
Where the Eagles go from here is a question that will be asked plenty on sports radio this week. While the defense does seem to be coming together and playing well on a more regular basis, the offense continues to flounder.
Michael Vick’s first pulled hamstring against the Giants cost him two weeks. This time, he lost most of the game.
The Eagles offensive woes of last week bled into this week, resulting in a 15-7 loss in a crossroads game.
Many have said that the quarterback of the future for the Eagles is not currently on the roster. Nick Foles’ performance against the Cowboys may have driven that point home even further. The official odds agree with the public sentiment.