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The quarterbacks on the Philadelphia Eagles roster describe the time between now and July 22, when rookies report to Training Camp, as the most “crucial.”
The quarterbacks have spent the last 70 days soaking up all the information they could on head coach Chip
BEST OF MAXIM
Last we heard of Philadelphia Eagles’ left tackle Jason Peters, he was claiming he would retire if he couldn’t play like he used to after missing an entire season due to a torn ACL. Now, according to USA Today, Peters has been arrested for drag racing and attempting to flee from the police. Here’s the story of what happened, according to USA Today. According to the arrest affidavit...
During this slow time of year, PFT generated some buzz last week regarding what great Philadelphia Eagles players of all time belonged on their “Mount Rushmore.” The fans who voted selected Reggie White, Brian Dawkins, Chuck Bednarik and Randall Cunningham as the four Eagles who should have their faces immortalized in rock on the mountain side. They almost got it right as...
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Mike Vick has made it clear in recent days that it would be his preference to have a starter named before the start of training camp. And though perhaps it would have been best for him to keep this thought to himself, you can’t really blame him for feeling that way. Who wouldn’t want to have certainty about their job status heading into camp?
Will upgrades at the Linc put Philadelphia in contention as a Super Bowl host?
The Philadelphia Eagles announced over the weekend a that Lincoln Financial Field would undergo a Stadium Revitalization Project over the next two years intended to enhance the fan experience at games.
Included in the project, which will conclude prior to the start of the 2014 season, includes Wi-FI ...
Michael Vick fired the first salvo last week when he admitted his frustration with the Eagles quarterback depth chart, and simply asked head coach Chip Kelly to name a quarterback before camp starts.
It seems that his teammates are now starting to voice that same sentiment. DeSean Jackson appeared on NFL AM yesterday, and according to the Star Ledger, stated that the Eagles as...
DESEAN WITH THE DISS
During a recent interview, Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson became the latest NFL player to question Tim Tebow's ability.
I can definitely predict that Tim Tebow and DeSean Jackson will never be teammates during their careers. Definitely not the kind that gets along.
Jackson was on NFL Network promoting his new documentary, and told the panel that Tebow “is not good enough to be an NFL quarterback.”
“Forty-six percent (completion percentage)? This is not basketball, that is not good enough...