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Categories: BREAKING NEWS Eagles NewsMercifully, the 2012 Eagles season has come to an end. Here’s a look at the team’s roster and who I think should stay and go in the coming offseason. Quarterbacks Who I Want To Stay: Nick Foles, Trent Edwards We don’t know whether or not Foles is anything more than a serviceable starting quarterback, but he showed the [...](Read more...)

Chip Kelly has "no idea what the future holds" as teams await to talk to him

Oregon Ducks head coach Chip Kelly is about to coach arguably the biggest game of his life - the Fiesta Bowl. After that, he'll be making the rounds, bouncing around from city to city as he interviews for an NFL head coaching job. Cleveland and Philadelphia will likely be the first stops, and then from there, who knows. "I have no idea what the future holds, but I know...

NFL referee Tony Corrente might have flopped after getting run into Eagles King Dunlap (Video)

Over the weekend, NFL referee Tony Corrente was attempting to prevent a confrontation between the New York Giants safety Antrell Rolle and the Philadelphia Eagles offensive lineman King Dunlap. Keep an eye on Dunlap who runs into Corrente and Tony flies to the ground. We'll, let you be the judge....flop or not? (Courtesy of Sports Grid/Bob's Blitz)

End of an Era

Eagles at Giants, Sunday, December 30, 2012 This Sunday featured many exciting games with playoff implications. Sadly, the Eagles game was not one of them. The 42-7 rout was a microcosm of everything that’s been wrong with the Eagles in 2012. And that’s all I have to say about that. Well, other than to point out to the gloating Giants fans: I realize that the last time you...

Eagles' search for new coach could take awhile

Jeffrey Lurie's search for the Philadelphia Eagles' next coach began before he fired Andy Reid and could last until the Super Bowl. While the Eagles were struggling toward a 4-12 finish, Lurie ''meticulously and in great detail'' researched potential successors to replace a coach that won more games than any other in franchise history. Reid, however, didn...

A Look Back At Andy Reid’s Tenure In Philadelphia

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Report: Andy Reid will interview with the Chiefs today, Cardinals Thursday

According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen via Adam Schefter, Andy Reid will interview with the Kansas City Chiefs today for their open head coaching job before he heads to Arizona to interview with the Cardinals on Thursday.Plot thickens: Before arriving in Arizona tonight, Andy Reid will interview today in Philadelphia with the KC Chiefs, via @mortreport.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter...

Andy Reid: The Cardinals favorite?

In the midst of finishing up my first entry for The Football Standard my Twitter, shameless plug @sethcoxFB, blew up with news of a reported agreement being worked out between the Arizona Cardinals, my personal favorite football team, and Andy Reid, former head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles. While I was suspect at first about Reid and the Cardinals working on an agreement, the...

Philadelphia Eagles to Interview Mike Nolan

The Philadelphia Eagles have put together a list of coaching targets to replace the recently fired Andy Reid, and their search will apparently begin with Atlanta Falcons defensive coordinator and former San Francisco 49ers coach Mike Nolan, reports Jay Glazer of FOX Sports. Eagles have asked permission to interview Falcons DC Mike Nolan, plan to interview him Friday — Jay Glazer...
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