If Lane Johnson has any rust to shake off, he’ll have little time to do it.
Jason Kelce, one of the NFL’s top centers, shares his weekly thoughts with CBS Philly’s Joe Santoliquito.
Chris discussed the Eagles loss yesterday in San Francisco, the season premiere of Saturday Night Live, and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s trip to Pennsylvania to campaign for Tom Corbett. He talked to Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe on the Monday Morning Matchup at 7:00 and CBS 3’s Beasley Reece at 8:00.
The relationship that began when both arrived in the Pac-10 seven years ago reaches a new chapter Sunday when they meet for the first time as NFL head coaches when Kelly and the Philadelphia Eagles (3-0) take on Harbaugh’s 49ers (1-2).
Linebacker Mychal Kendricks is one of two Eagles players to be ruled out for this weekend’s game. Center Jason Kelce is the other as he begins rehabbing a hernia injury that will force him to miss extended time. Kendricks is still nursing a calf injury that was suffered in the Monday night game in Indianapolis in week two. He did not practice at all this week.
Chris discussed the resignation of Attorney General Eric Holder, Kathryn Knott being fired from her job in an emergency room, and Derek Jeter’s final game at Yankee Stadium. He talked to Chris Butler on Finance Friday at 7:00, Ray Didinger at 8:00, and Penn Professor Dr. Jason Karlawish at 8:20.
Despite the Eagles’ winning ways, LeSean McCoy has struggled through the first three games of the season. Through three games, McCoy has just 175 yards rushing and 64 yards receiving, a far cry from his pace of 2,146 total yards a year ago.
In the offseason the Eagles passed on highly coveted free agent safety Jairus Byrd and went after Malcolm Jenkins instead. So far, it’s been a good move.
The Eagles will have a new look on their offensive line on Sunday when they face the 49ers.
Former Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson made his return to Lincoln Financial Field Sunday as a member of the Washington Redskins and the fans greeted him with a chorus of boos.
Washington receiver DeSean Jackson is active for the Redskins’ game at his former team, the Eagles.
In an exclusive interview with Eyewitness News, Philadelphia Eagles All-Pro running LeSean McCoy talked about the recent alarming off-the-field incidents involving players.
Chris covered the latest in the investigation of an attack on a gay couple in Center City, Chris Christie’s assessment of the ‘Bridgegate’ investigation, and DeSean Jackson’s return to Philadelphia. He talks to Dr. Walter Schubert on Finance Friday at 7:00 and Eagles Analyst Ray Didinger at 8:00.
They welcome the Washington Redskins in an NFC East showdown this Sunday, which will serve as the third most expensive game on the secondary market at Lincoln Financial Field this season.
“We know that we’re really placeholders here. This is an institution, the Philadelphia Eagles, that represents our fans, and we need them to be a great team.”