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> On the first play from scrimmage, DeMarcus Ware wasted Brent Celek and nearly ended Nick Fols as Philadelphia shrugged> WR Riley Cooper and Celek both fought for first downs, which was nice, I guess> RB Bryce Brown is really good at running wide for a big loss> Cowboys RB DeMarco Murray is running with a slight limp, which means he might not go for 10+ yards per carry tonight> DE Brandon Graham got a sack off RT Doug Free, which was kind of nice> Brown and Celek racked up some yards and seemed to be excited about it> Brown's touchdown was about as easy as can be, and gave us the always entertaining sight of Rob Ryan getting all huffy> The subsequent Dallas touchdown drive was highly inspiring play by the defense, since inspiration happens for the opponent, too> It must be really hard for the Eagles' opponents to decide which overrated sieve CB to throw at> MLB DeMeco Ryans had to come off for a play, and Casey Matt...
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Following their eighth straight loss, the Philadelphia Eagles announced on Monday morning that defensive line coach Jim Washburn has been fired. He is replaced by Tommy Brasher, who previously held the position with the team in 1985 and again from 1999-2005.
The team issued the following statement to accompany the moves:
“Jim is a fine football coach and we appreciate the efforts...
Not even a doctor could diagnose the issues happening in Philadelphia right now. In a city so haunted by sports failures, going into the beginning of December, the Phillies have won a game more recently than the Eagles, and they didn’t even make the MLB playoffs. Going into a promising week five game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, Eagles fans were giddy. Not only were the...
The foundering Philadelphia Eagles have fired defensive line coach Jim Washburn as they try to fix a broken pass defense amid an eight-game losing streak.
Eagles coach Andy Reid on Monday announced former defensive line coach Tommy Brashear is replacing Washburn.
The Eagles hired Washburn before last season, expecting his wide-nine defensive line alignment to produce plenty of...
Eagles head coach Andy Reid announced that rookie QB Nick Foles will remain the team’s starting quarterback for the remainder of the 2012 season, per Reuben Frank.
Last week, reports came out that Michael Vick‘s concussion issues were actually getting worse, so this could be the right decision for both the team and Vick’s long-term health.
Foles put together the best performance...
It looks like Alex Smith isn’t the only quarterback to lose his job after an injury, as Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid announced Monday that Nick Foles will be the starting quarterback over Michael Vick for the rest of the season.
It’s been an ugly season for the Eagles, who find themselves at the bottom of the NFC East with a 3-9 record and have lost their last 8...
Following another lost, the Eagles fired another member of the coaching staff. Nope, it's still not Andy Reid. Early Monday morning, the Eagles have announced that they have relieved defensive line coach Jim Washburn of his duties.
The team has announced the hiring of Tommy Basher. Basher was the defensive line coach in 1985, and 1999-2005.
Updates to come.
Moves that the Eagles must make in the offseason.
As the Eagles to continue to pile up the losses one can only look to next season. Everyone would expect that Andy Reid will not be part of 2013′s plan despite the changes of late in the coaching staff. The Eagles have huge holes on the offensive line and defensively that will need to be addressed by whoever is in charge...
The Philadelphia Eagles continue to rearrange the deck chairs on the Titanic, firing defensive line coach Jim Washburn following Sunday night’s 38-33 loss to the Dallas Cowboys. Brasher previously coached the Eagles’ defensive line in 1985 and again from 1999-2005, when he retired from football. Washburn, who instituted the team’s “Wide 9″ defensive front, had…
Dallas hopes to keep slim playoff hopes alive.
Steve hosts My Two Cents with special guest Bill Zeltman. They discuss the Philadelphia Eagles future and upcoming games against the Cowboys and some great Phillies offseason discussion.
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