“He’s teaching me a lot,” Carter-Williams says of Brown. “He’s a great coach, we all respect him and really listen to what he has to say.”
Philadelphia is looking to get back into the postseason after missing the playoffs in 2013. The Flyers went 23-22-3 in the lockout-shortened season, only good for tenth in the conference.
It will be the final chance for a lot of players to impress the Eagles coaching staff on Thursday night as they play their final preseason game of the summer on the road against the New York Jets.
A long season for Chip Kelly’s Eagles could go a long way in building the team’s future.
The last game of the preseason is often considered to be insignificant for fans. For many players, the game could be the last of their NFL careers.
Before the team held its open practice at Lincoln Financial Field Monday, Chip Kelly announced nearly all of the players on his top unit will rest in Thursday’s preseason finale against the Jets.
The top players on both offense and defense will play at least a half on Saturday when the Eagles face the Jaguars in Jacksonville. Coach Chip Kelly said there is a possibility many may play into the third quarter depending on the number of snaps for each unit in the first half.
The Eagles will play their third preseason game Saturday night in Jacksonville. It will have considerably more meaning than the first two games.
Coach Chip Kelly talked to both quarterbacks Monday morning and informed them of his decision. For Vick, the decision served as a validation for his decision to remain with the Eagles this season.
Eagles head coach Chip Kelly said Michael Vick will be the team’s starter for the regular season opener against the Redskins.
If you ask an Eagles fan to describe a Cowboys fan in one word, and you eliminated all options that include profanity, “bandwagon” is probably one you’d hear quite a bit. As it turns out, Cowboys fans might be the best fans the NFL has to offer.
The Chip Kelly era has brought re-energized prices to the secondary market for Eagles tickets.
One day after holding an open practice at Lincoln Financial Field, the Eagles were back at the Novacare Complex on Sunday.
If you were at the stadium, or watch Thursday night’s Eagles game on television, you noticed something in between plays; loud music. Much like during Chip Kelly’s practices, the Eagles were playing music in the stadium during game play.
Donovan McNabb says he offered his support and advice to Robert Griffin III. Griffin said “thanks but no thanks.” McNabb wasn’t too happy with that response.