Recent odds have LeSean McCoy listed as the second most likely to lead the NFL in rushing.
The Eagles offense was ranked fourth best in all of the NFL.
On Sunday, the Eagles returned for a nostalgic practice at the site of their last NFL championship.
Two days after the Eagles lost in their first pre-season game, coach Chip Kelly addressed a few issues of concern.
The Eagles fell 34-28 to the Bears and Nick Foles did not look sharp.
Will Nick Foles progress? Who will lead the Eagles in sacks? Will they win a playoff game? We have some bold predictions for the upcoming season.
Last year, many believed the Eagles would struggle in Chip Kelly’s first season. What a difference a year makes.
Mark Sanchez talks on 94WIP, compares Nick Foles to a polar bear.
There are still spots up for grabs as the team gets closer to the season.
Chip Kelly talks about his offense, saying its personnel driven.
Jeremy Maclin is excited to play in Chip Kelly’s offense with Nick Foles, after missing last season due to injury.
With a 25-year-old quarterback and a 26-year-old running back, you would think the Eagles have large window to win. Not so fast.
Eagles legend and team broadcaster Mike Quick joined Anthony and Rob on Tuesday afternoon to talk about Training Camp and preview the season ahead.
Former Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb talks about current Eagles current quarterback Nick Foles, saying he should “just be ready for the boos.”
Eagles offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur, talked about the impressive work ethics of new Eagles Darren Sproles and Jordan Matthews. Shurmur also discussed various issues, topics, and players as training camp continues.