Two of the most tenured Philadelphia Eagles, one on each side of the ball, could be playing their final game for the team Sunday.
The Philadelphia Eagles expect to finish up the 2014 season on the road against the New York Giants with linebacker Trent Cole on the field. Quarterback Nick Foles, of course, will miss the final game of the season after having his second half of the season essentially wiped out by a broken collarbone.
A broken hand to Trent Cole has kept the outside linebacker out of practices this week, but his status for Saturday afternoon in Washington remains uncertain. There is still a chance Cole might play, but every other player listed on the Eagles injury report should be available to play, except for quarterback Nick Foles.
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The Eagles are looking to tighten things up against the Steelers.
The play of the Eagles defense will determine whether or not the team contends.
Things were heating up in more ways than one at Eagles practice on Sunday.
With the Cowboys banged up, the Eagles look to be heading in to a win-or-go-home NFC East Division championship match-up in the final week of the regular season.
It’s well known that Trent Cole likes to hunt. Not just quarterbacks, but wildlife.
The Eagles defense swarmed all over the Arizona offense for five sacks and three turnovers, then hung on for the 24-21 victory.
There’s been something strange going on at Eagles’ training camp. Something that Eagles’ fans have seen sporadically over the years, though not as frequently as they may see in the Eagles’ new 3-4 defensive alignment this year.
Eagles general manager Howie Roseman popped out of his cool office unto the NovaCare Complex grounds on a balmy Monday afternoon before a phalanx of tape recorders, jostling cameramen and myriad mics to address a few pertinent things.
Trent Cole is one of the many Eagle’s veterans adjusting to their new defensive scheme.
Trent Cole was injured, and Andy Reid gave an update.
Trent Cole is showing veteran leadership at OTA’s.