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Barring a severe case of dementia for Jeff Lurie, this should be the last time we see Andy Reid prowling the sidelines in Philadelphia as the Eagles’ head coach.
In the coming days and weeks, you will likely see numerous articles around the web about Reid’s tenure in Philly. The “best of”, “worst of”, Top 10 articles, career summaries, etc, will likely dominate headlines.
Hell, I’m sure I’ll be writing something about his time here in Philadelphia myself.
With that said, and thinking about this being his last home game in Philly, it got me thinking about his first home game in Philly. That happened on September 12th, 1999. It was the dawn of a new era consisting of a potential franchise QB and a rookie head coach.
As it would turn out, Reid’s first game in Philadelphia could summarize his entire career here.
The Reid era opened up at Veterans Stadium with a game against Jake “the Snake” Plummer and the Arizona Cardinals and started out with quite a bang. In the first quarter, th
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According to Tom Shortell of The Express-Times, Garrett Reid, the son of Eagles head coach Andy Reid had steroids was in possession of steroids whiling overdosing and dying from a heroin overdose.
Sources familiar with the investigation say Garrett Reid, the son of Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid, was in possession of steroids when he died Aug. 5 during Eagles training...
The tragic death of Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid‘s son may raise some questions about the NFL’s growing performance-enhancing drugs issues.
The Eagles’ head coach’s son, Garrett Reid, had 19 vials of steroids in his room at the team’s training camp facility when he died, according to Northampton County District Attorney John Morganelli. The younger Reid was...
The investigation in the fatal death of Garrett Reid, the oldest son of Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid , showed that there were steroids present in the room the day that he died.
Reid was at camp with the Eagles helping out with the team's strength and conditioning coach. There was no evidence, however, that Reid was giving any of the Eagles players steroids.
A Pennsylvania prosecutor says his investigation into the fatal
heroin overdose of Garrett Reid, the oldest son of Philadelphia
Eagles coach Andy Reid, revealed there were steroids in his room
the day he died.
SecondaryTags: Howie RosemanNate AllenPhiladelphia EaglesFor years Eagles head coach Andy Reid has gone out of way to protect his players. He’s still doing that but not nearly as much. It could because he’s on his way out or there could be another reason. It could be a way to shine light on the poor job done by talent evaluator...
Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid told the media that running back LeSean McCoy will start this week and will end up rotating in and out with Bryce Brown.
AR: LeSean McCoy will start, will rotate with Bryce Brown.
— Eagles Insider (@EaglesInsider) December 19, 2012
Reid also stated that Michael Vick is the Eagles’ third quarterback.
Reid: Vick is the No. 3 QB. May not...
The Philadelphia Eagles will interview Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy on Sunday in Denver.
The Eagles, who fired Andy Reid on Monday after a 4-12 season in which they finished in last place in the NFC East, have already interviewed Atlanta Falcons defensive coordinator Mike Nolan and special teams coordinator Keith Armstrong, and also have interest in some college coaches...
Eagles head coach Andy Reid told reporters that RB LeSean McCoy could be cleared by an independent neurologist this week, per Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Reid added that although McCoy could suit up for Week 16′s matchup against the Redskins, he still anticipates giving Bryce Brown some carries.
Brown has been both explosive at times and reckless while carrying...
Eagles head coach Andy Reid told reports that Michael Vick will be the team’s No. 3 quarterback for this weekend’s game against the Washington Redskins, per Jeff McLane.
Vick has finally recovered from the concussion symptoms that he had been dealing with for a number of weeks now, but this decision is clearly designed to minimize distractions for the team.Philadelphia will keep...
Eagles running back Bryce Brown won't be punished for his frequent fumbling because coach Andy Reid wants to give him as much playing time as possible after he carried just 104 times in college at Tennessee and Kansas State (Brown transferred after his freshman year, sat out 2010 and only carried three times in 2011 before leaving the team in September. SOURCE: Philly.comFantasy...
Steve and Connie Mack are back and they discuss the Philadelphia Phillies offseason moves including their disdain for brining Nick Swisher or Cody Ross to town. “Andy Reid” joins the show for a segment and they discuss the Philadelphia Eagles train wreck season and the future of the team.
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