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.
Eagles defensive coordinator Billy Davis knows he has a big job on his hands. He knows where he wants to be, and he knows the defense is just not there yet.
The Eagles will take on the Carolina Panthers Thursday night at the Linc, and Chip Kelly put his team through the first of two straight walkthroughs on Tuesday.
On Sunday, Williams suggested that no other teams in the NFL feared the Eagles defense, and that the team needed to have the type of attitude the Eagles had during the day Brian Dawkins roamed the secondary. Williams said on Monday his Sunday comments were taken out of context.
With preseason games underway, we at RotoAnalysis are back to give you that fantasy football edge for the upcoming season. This week, we’re going into one “sleeper” who we think is undervalued at each position.
So it begins tonight. The great experiment on whether Chip Kelly is as adept to getting an NFL team to think and react like him as he did college programs. We’ll get to see the visionary’s lab work out in the open, as the arduous process starts in getting the Eagles back on track again.
Michael Vick will start Friday night’s Eagles preseason opener against the New England Patriots, Chip Kelly announced today.
The Eagles have the 11th ranked offense in the simulations, and the 29th ranked defense. Their greatest strengths are “speed and tempo,” and their greatest weakness is listed as “uncertainty.”
He looks like a bearded human fire hydrant. And though he’s 6-foot-5, 298 pounds, he has kind of a stubby appearance, with seemingly short arms and squat, thick legs. Ever run into a fire hydrant? It doesn’t move. It’s solid, reliable.
Riley Cooper and the Eagles decided it was time for the troubled wide receiver to return to work. He came back on a day when the New England Patriots were in town.
Terrell Owens has not given up his desire to play in the NFL, and his agent says there is interest.
The Eagles have announced that wide receiver Riley Cooper will return to the team and practice today.