Originally posted on Philly Sports Muse  |  Last updated 4/19/13
The Philadelphia Eagles 2013 schedule. Image via the Eagles’ Facebook page We’re in the heart of the long, cold, lonely offseason but there are signs that the light that is professional football will one day return. That light on Thursday night came in the for of the release of the Philadelphia Eagles’ 2013 schedule. The first helping of regular season Eagles football will come on September 9 via a Monday Night matchup against the Washington Redskins at FedEx Field. That will be one of only two primetime games for the Birds, which is a marked decrease from recent seasons. The Eagles will have an intense opening to their schedule, featuring three games in the first ten days. That stretch will be highlighted by a huge game: Andy Reid’s return to the Linc with the Kansas City Chiefs on September 19. How Big Red is greeted upon his big return to his former home will surely be the major storyline of that game. Other highlights include a matchup with the Denver Broncos in the Mile High Ci...
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