Both sides say protest talks productive, more talks to come

The dialogue Tuesday was of a much different nature, and from the way NFL team owners, Commissioner Roger Goodell and a bunch of players reacted, the discussions were informative, enlightening and potentially impactful. In an unprecedented move, the league invited players and representatives from their

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Week 5 fantasy wrap: Aaron Jones demands your attention

Packers vs. Cowboys: What looked like the game of the week lived up to the hype, as there were five fourth quarter lead changes, culminated by this masterful drive by Aaron Rodgers…Rodgers and Dak Prescott combined for seven touchdowns with just one turnover (albeit that one was a pick-six) in a shootout

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Jason Peters: Chargers are basically playing 16 road games

The good news for the Chargers is that, unlike their L.A. neighbors, the home stadium doesn’t have empty seats. The bad news is that plenty of those seats are occupied by fans of the visiting team. “I mean, it’s almost like the Chargers got 16 away games,” Eagles tackle Jason Peters told reporters after

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Carson Wentz, Eagles Benefit From Audible To Starting Plan

It happened so quickly, was so out of the blue, that Carson Wentz had no time to overthink the situation. He was in a field hunting when the call came from Eagles head coach Doug Pederson that the team had traded starter Sam Bradford to Minnesota. Wentz was then told that he was being promoted to the

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Doug Pederson: LeGarrette Blount “a big part of our offense”

If Eagles running back LeGarrette Blount is on the bubble in Philadelphia, somebody should probably tell coach Doug Pederson. Becuase Pederson praised the veteran back’s work, and suggested that he’s not really on the bubble at all. Via Tom Pelissero of the NFL Network, Pederson was asked about Blount

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Whose stock is up, whose is down after Eagles' second preseason game

The Eagles beat the Bills 20-16 Thursday night, but the score couldn’t matter less. What matters is what happened on the field as the Eagles evaluate and prepare their roster for the 2017 season.  Here’s a look at who helped and hurt their stock in the game: Stock Up Ronald Darby, cornerback

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Eagles trade Jordan Matthews and a 2018 draft pick to Bills for cornerback help

The Bills announced two big trades on Friday, both involving swapping cornerbacks and receivers with NFC teams. While the Sammy Watkins news will generate the biggest headlines, the other deal could have a huge impact as well. The Eagles have shipped receiver Jordan Matthews and a third-round draft pick

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Lane Johnson says he'll give out beer to everybody if Eagles win a Super Bowl

Lane Johnson has been catching everyone’s attention in training camp with the blonde wig that he’s been wearing to practice. But that’s not the only thing Johnson has done to make headlines recently. Check out what Johnson had to say following Philadelphia’s open practice at Lincoln Financial

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Saturday: Join Us For The First Open Practice At Lincoln Financial Field

Training Camp is almost here. Carson Wentz and the rest of the quarterbacks, rookies, and selected veterans report this Sunday. Their first practice will be on Monday, July 24. At 10:40 a.m., head coach Doug Pederson will address the media and we will broadcast it live online and on our app. The veterans

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Nelson Agholor has to show who he is going to be at this level

After a disappointing 2016 season that created doubts about his ability to fulfill the expectations that came with being the team’s first-round pick in 2015, Eagles wide receiver Nelson Agholor’s offseason work has gotten a lot of attention. Agholor has been charting dropped passes in practice in hopes

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Eagles' Malcolm Jenkins: Colin Kaepernick's anthem protest 'genius, sparked conversation'

Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins was skeptical of Colin Kaepernick’s chosen form of protest at first. He believed that the resulting focus would be on the demonstration itself — declining to stand for the national anthem — rather than the cause for which he was demonstrating. “It

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LeGarrette Blount's arrival with the Eagles scores big in Fantasy Football

The Eagles finished 11th in running the ball last year, averaging 113.3 rush yards per game, despite failing to produce a running back with even 700 rushing yards on the season. That’s a heck of a magic trick. They also, somehow, managed to finish tied for 10th in the league in rushing scores with

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Here Are The Well-Hidden Philadelphia Eagles References In The Two Most Recent Star Wars Movies

David Acord is a sound engineer for Skywalker Sound, the sound division of Lucasfilm. He’s also a Philadelphia Eagles fan. And in an article by Chris McPherson on the Eagles’ website for Star Wars Day, he reveals that there are hidden Eagles references in the two most recent movies:

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Former NFL Lineman Pushes Back On Roger Goodell’s Dumb Weed Qualms

Roger Goodell spoke about weed on Mike & Mike on Friday, and surprise: He’s against its use. The NFL commissioner said he didn’t want marijuana usage to be “something that we’ll be held accountable for some years down the road.” According to Goodell, the NFL’s medical advisors “haven’t really said” that allowing…

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Cowboys Draft Pick Drowned Out By Boos

Roger Goodell’s appearances on the NFL Draft stage have been met with boos for years, but Phillyfans saved their most vicious jeers for Drew Pearson, who announced the Cowboys’ second-round selection—booing him so fervently that the name was all but unintelligible.

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Wentzmobile Draws Eagles Fans And Children From All Over To Form Inspiring Wave Of Sweaty Jerseys

Eagles QB Carson Wentz, hanging around Philadelphia for the NFL draft today, was being escorted on the Ben Franklin Parkway when he drew the attention of Philly fans. As the cart and security kept moving, a trail of adults and kids followed behind to take photos, chant, and yell.

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Seven players the Eagles could trade in order to get more draft picks

The 2017 NFL Draft is merely ONE day away! The Philadelphia Eagles still own a total of eight picks in this year’s draft. History suggests that the Eagles might not be done trading yet because Howie Roseman loves to make moves up and down the board. One of Roseman’s best trades ever came when he dealt Bryce Brown to the Bills (for a fourth round pick!) during the 2014 NFL Draft. So with that in mind, here are some players the Eagles might ship out this weekend. Let’s start with the Eagles player I’d deem most likely to be traded during this year’s draft. It was reported back in February that the Eagles want to move on from Kendricks. This makes sense given the fact he only played around 27% of

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Alshon Jeffery And Adam Schefter Show Us How The Scoop Game Is Played

Tim Rohan of The MMQB spent the start of NFL free agency shadowing Adam Schefter for 24 hours. What he produced was a revealing timeline that chronicles the manic energy of an NFL scoop hound on the biggest day of the year for NFL scoop hounds. And Alshon Jeffery is all pissed off about it, for some reason.

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