Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie will retain full control over the team after his divorce was settled, NFL.com reported Saturday. The New York Post reported earlier during the week that Lurie, 60, would hand over "a sizable chunk" of the team over to his ex-wife, Christina, but sources told NFL.com that the report was overstated. Only a small, non-voting share of the team was turned over to her. Lurie is the only person with voting stock or management authority over the Eagles and owns a larger portion of his team than most other NFL owners. The Eagles would not comment, according to NFL.com. Lurie bought the team in 1994, and it is reportedly worth more than $1 billion.