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The Philadelphia Eagles will hold practices open to the public at Lincoln Financial 5 times this year, reports “Our goal is to have a fun atmosphere for fans as they get an up-close look at the team,” Eagles president Don Smolenski said. “There will be special events surrounding every practice including an opportunity for all kids 14 and under to catch a pass from Eagles alumni on the field after practice.” Fans will need tickets to the event, which are free, and can receive them through via  and Ticketmaster. Parking is also free, and concessions, with the exception of alcohol, will be available. Open practice schedule, via Jordan Raanan of Sunday, July 28 – Alumni Day The Eagles will recognize alumni players on the field prior to practice. In addition, some of the many honored players will begin signing autographs for fans in the HeadHouse Plaza at 10:30 am. Monday, August 5 – Military Appreciation Day On Military Appreciation Day the Eagles will honor members from all four branches of the military on the field prior to practice. Sunday, August 11 – Bobblehead Giveaways The first 10,000 kids entering Lincoln Financial Field ages 12-and-under will receive a LeSean McCoy mini-bobblehead doll. Saturday, August 17 – Health and Safety Day The Eagles will honor members of the Philadelphia Police Force, Fire Department and First Responders on the fourth annual Health and Safety Day. In addition, fans can learn valuable information about health and wellness, emergency services and safety tips for the whole family. Monday, August 26 - No special event scheduled

Philadelphia Eagles sign QB Matt Barkley to four year deal

Matt Barkley was taken by the Eagles in the fourth round, but was projected as more of a late first-round or second-round guy. He was also rated by as the second-best quarterback in the NFL Draft. Except he went much later than that, as the Eagles drafted him with the first pick of the fourth round (98th overall).  Barkley could have come out of school after his...

Eagles offered Kevin Sumlin of Texas A&M head coaching job before Chip Kelly?

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How his father’s dream become DeSean Jackson’s reality

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LeSean McCoy Plays The Politician On Starting QB

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Matt Barkley responds to Adam Schefter’s commentary on his contract

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Matt Barkley with a great response to Adam Schefter

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Eagles sign Matt Barkley

The Philadelphia Eagles have officially signed rookie fourth round pick, quarterback Matt Barkley. Signed. Can’t wait for Fall Camp with the @Eagles — Matthew Barkley (@MattBarkley) June 13, 2013 Need NFL Tickets? The post Eagles sign Matt Barkley appeared first on Pro Football Zone.

Rating Brandon Graham's prospects for 2013...

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Eagles agree to 4-year deal with QB Matt Barkley (Yahoo! Sports)

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Quarterback Matt Barkley and the Philadelphia Eagles have agreed on a four-year contract.,
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