Found July 29, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:
The Philadelphia Eagles have confirmed that they’re lost linebacker Jason Phillips for the season with a torn ACL. #Eagles announce that LB Jason Phillips suffered a torn ACL in today's practice. Phillips was signed by the team this offseason. — Eagles Insider (@EaglesInsider) July 29, 2013 The Eagles lost wide receiver Jeremy Maclin to a torn ACL this past weekend as well.   Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Eagles’ Jason Phillips done for the season with a torn ACL appeared first on Pro Football Zone.

Michael Vick, Nick Foles in dead heat at camp

The Philadelphia Eagles and the rest of the football world are still waiting with anticipation for the emergence of either Michael Vick or Nick Foles to become the team's starter this season. So far, it's neck and neck between the two, with another QB, Matt Barkley waiting quietly in the wings. For the third day in a row, Vick and Foles split reps on the field, writes...

Eagles' Jeremy Maclin out for the season with a torn ACL

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Jeremy Maclin's season ended before it even really began when he was carted off the field after crumpling to the ground while running a route during 7 on 7 drills during Saturday's practice.  The Eagles later confirmed via the team's official twitter page that Maclin tore his ACL in his right knee. Jeremy Maclin was the second Eagles...

Arrelious Benn out 1-2 weeks with a hyper-extended knee

According to Adam Caplan of The Sideline View, Eagles wide receiver Arrelious Benn is out for one to two weeks with a hyper-extended knee. The could use a veteran like Benn to step up and fill Jeremy Maclin’s shoes now that he’s done for the season with a torn ACL. Benn’s absence will only help Jason Avant and Riley Cooper.     Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet...

Eagles rumors: Philly to replace Jeremy Maclin from within

The Philadelphia Eagles have already suffered their first significant injury of the season, as the team lost wide receiver Jeremy Maclin for the season due to an ACL injury. While this could have made Philadelphia a candidate to add one of the wide outs remaining on the free agent market, general manager Howie Roseman told reporters yesterday that the team is likely to replace Maclin...

Philadelphia Eagles to Retire Donovan McNabb's Number

The Philadelphia Eagles held a press conference on Monday for quarterback Donovan McNabb to officially retire as a member of the Eagles, but franchise owner Jeffrey Lurie did one better. Lurie said the Eagles would retire the quarterback’s No. 5. The number will be officially retired at halftime on Sept. 19 against the Kansas City Chiefs. Perhaps, the Eagles chose that game on...

Jeremy Maclin: Torn ACL a ‘minor setback’

The Philadelphia Eagles were dealt a major blow on Saturday when wide receiver Jeremy Maclin suffered a torn ACL in practice. As a result, he will miss the entire 2013 season. The 25-year-old was poised for a breakout year and expected by many to be the top receiving option for either Michael Vick or Nick [...]

Chippah holds back on the hitting...

I guess Chip Kelly decided to limit the actual hitting and tackling this past Sunday at the public training camp session held at the Linc. Probably a wise decision, I suppose. Not that the devastating knee injury to Jeremy Maclin on Saturday had anything to do with hitting or tackling. It did not. Still, there was a squeamish feeling surrounding the Linc on Sunday. As Jordan...

Donovan McNabb to retire as a Eagle

Quarterback turned controversial analyst Donovan McNabb will retire as a Philadelphia Eagle.  The Eagles issued a press statement to Players View on Sunday morning. Please click here to read this story. The post Donovan McNabb to retire as a Eagle appeared first on Players View.

Eagles Training Camp at Lincoln Financial Field

Philadelphia, PA — Sunday July 28, 2013 the Philadelphia Eagles held their first training camp practice at Lincoln Financial field. This was also the first Padded Practice under New Coach Chip Kelly. Before the gates opened, the Eagles announced that Donovan McNabb will officially retire as an Eagle on Monday July 29, 2013. Jeremy Maclin [...]

Maclin dealing with second ACL injury

Jeremy Maclin heard the pop before he hit the ground and knew right away it was serious. Maclin tore the ACL in his right knee during Saturday's practice, the same injury he suffered at Missouri four years before the Philadelphia Eagles drafted him in the first round in 2010. ''I was devastated,'' Maclin said Sunday after confirming he's likely done for...

Chiefs' Charles should be next in line of RBs to shine under Reid

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. -- Duce Staley. Brian Westbrook. LeSean McCoy. If there's one thing coach Andy Reid's history with the Philadelphia Eagles proves, it's that he loves versatile running backs who are just as comfortable bursting around the edge for huge runs as they are setting up as wide receivers and hauling in rainbows down the seam. That role is now in the hands of...

Eagles' offense could be slowed by refs

Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly’s plan to rush the offense may have hit a snag.

Eagles To Retire Donovan’ McNabb’s Number September 19 Vs Chiefs

The Philadelphia Eagles September 19 matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs just got a little more exciting. Not only will be it a homecoming for former Eagles, and current Chiefs head coach Andy Reid, but now according to Pro Football Talk, it will be the night Donovan McNabb gets his No.5 jersey retired as well. “Donovan McNabb was a franchise-changing quarterback for the Eagles...

NFL Fantasy Football: Training camp injuries are mounting

As the NFL opens training camps around the league, players are starting to suffer injuries, season ending injuries. On Saturday, news broke that will affect some fantasy rosters for the 2013 season. Philadelphia Eagles WR Jeremy Maclin, a player with an injury history, suffered a torn ACL and will miss the 2013 season. Baltimore Ravens TE Dennis Pitta underwent surgery to repair...
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