National Football League
Some players are suffering from dementia or depression, and fault the league for rushing them back on the field.
As we enter the heart of football season, NFL Kicker offers a pretty good quick-play distraction for gridiron fans who have a minute to kill.
Officials with both the City of Philadelphia and the Eagles are watching the path of Hurricane Sandy, and Eagles officials say at this point Sunday’s game at the Linc is still a “go.”
The NFL and the referees’ union reached a tentative contract agreement at midnight Thursday, ending an impasse that began in June when the league locked out the officials and used replacements instead.
LFL officials generally stay away from commenting on NFL affairs, but Monday night’s Seattle Seahawks – Greenbay Packers game pushed them to put out a Facebook statement about replacement officials.
If a fan gets kicked out of a game for bad behavior, some venues won’t let him back in until he takes a four-hour online course that costs up to $100.
As the Eagles departed for Texas and Saturday’s game with the Cowboys, they announced that they will be a bit shorthanded on defense for this one.
After a bye week and a day off on Monday, the Philadelphia Eagles were back on the practice field as they get ready to host Dallas on Sunday night.
The Eagles will try to start the long road back from a 1-4 start on Sunday as they visit the Washington Redskins.
After repeatedly blowing fourth-quarter leads, Reid says, it is time for his players to look in the mirror.
The team announced they have re-signed cornerback Joselio Hanson to a two-year deal.
WR Gerald Jones, TE Martell Webb, T Spencer Johnson, and DB Jamar Wall were all let go.
KYW Newsradio’s Matt Leon caught up with Ray Didinger to talk with him about what moves the Eagles might make once the NFL lockout ends.
One of the most electric kick returners in the history of the NFL has been seen again recently in the Delaware Valley, where he served as an instructor at Football University, a camp for elite scholastic athletes that was held in Downingtown.
Though a public vote is still seven months away and the National Football League is in a deep labor freeze, a new poll finds that 53 percent of New Jersey voters support allowing legal sports betting at Atlantic City’s casinos and at the state’s horse tracks.
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