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And then there was one.
As his team enters the FOX America's Game of the Week against visiting Dallas (4:25 p.m. ET Sunday), left guard Evan Mathis is the lone surviving starter on Philadelphia's offensive line.
The injuries that have decimated the unit began in the preseason when four-time All-Pro left tackle Jason Peters wrecked his Achilles tendon. The player to Mathis' right - center Jason Kelce - was lost for the season to torn knee ligaments in Week 2.
The dominoes have continued to fall. Right guard Danny Watkins has missed two games with what Eagles head coach Andy Reid has described as a "chronic ankle condition." And now, right tackle Todd Herremans (foot) is out for the season after getting hurt during Monday night's 28-13 loss at New Orleans.
Even Mathis isn't immune. He had a bout with vertigo during the preseason and appeared on the team's injury report Wednesday as having practiced despite a knee problem.
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Vick Still in Charge As Eagles Face Showdown with Cowboys
Michael Vick and the Philadelphia Eagles remain in tandem as they try and scratch their way back into the NFC East race against the division-rival Dallas Cowboys in Week 10 of the NFL season.
In recent weeks, Vick’s status with the Eagles has dominated the NFL headlines given his penchant for turnovers during...
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick told the media on Wednesday that he ended up sitting down with his brother Marcus and had a heart to heart about his Twitter comments on Monday night.
“That’s not me,” Vick said, per CSNPhilly.com. “If it doesn’t come from me … I’m in the middle of a full-fledged game. I don’t know what’s being said. I don’t know what’s...
Even though the Philadelphia Eagles are now are 3-5 after last week’s loss to the Saints, quarterback Michael Vick still believes his team has a chance at turning things around.
“It’s on us to get it all turned around, man. We just have to keep pushing,” Vick told Phillymag.com. “The thing is, we still have a fighting chance, we still control our own destiny, so we all...
Just when it looked as if Michael Vick were getting the hang of the blitz, it's giving him problems again. The Eagles quarterback completed just four of 12 passes against the blitz Monday night in Philadelphia's 28-13 loss to the New Orleans Saints. His lone interception and three of his seven sacks also came on blitzes. The week before, in the Eagles' 30-17 loss...
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Marcus Vick, brother of Eagles quarterback Michael Vick, apparently has no idea how the social media world works. As bigger brother Michael was playing his game in New Orleans on Monday Night Football, Marcus decided to tweet some comments during the game. From dissing the offensive line to saying that he and his brother want out of Philly, Marcus Vick felt the need to take his...
Mike Vick was asked today by CSN Philly about the incredibly ridiculous rant given by his brother on Twitter yesterday while Mike was playing Monday Night Football, and it caught him by surprise. I find it hard to believe that he didn’t realize that it happened as it spread through the internet quite quickly, but I will say that he handled the question quite well.
If the NFL rumors are true, then former Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden may have an itch to leave the broadcast booth of Monday Night Football and return to the coaching sidelines. Of course, any time a head coach is rumored to be on the chopping block – especially with a team with tradition or money to spend – Gruden’s name unmistakably comes...
Michael Vick was blindsided on Monday following the Eagles loss to the Saints with questions about his brother Marcus Vick’s tweets. Michael has since clarified that there is no “WE” in his brother’s statements and that he had a talk with Marcus about how he utilizes Twitter. “You’ll never see that again,” he said yesterday. [...]
"Dream Team."Those were the words uttered by former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Vince Young during his introductory press conference last season.The Eagles finished 8-8 and missed the playoffs."Dynasty."A similar statement announced by starting quarterback Michael Vick during the beginning of this season, declaring the team's potential despite not registering...