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Eagles CB Cary Williams on Patriots: ‘They are cheaters’

Eagles cornerback Cary Williams is not happy that Philadelphia will join the New England Patriots in Foxborough, Massachusetts later this month for joint training camp practices. “They are cheaters,” Williams said referring to the Patriots’ Spygate scandal, via “They are.” Last year, Williams got involved in a fight with Patriots rookie wide receiver Aaron...
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Eagles Cary Williams doesn’t want to practice with the Patriots because they’re “cheaters”

Eagles cornerback Cary Williams told reporters why he doesn’t want to practice with the Patriots in a couple of weeks. “I’m trying not to go into details about it or disrespect that organization, because I give that organization all the credit in the world,” Williams said after Friday’s training camp session. “But one fact still remains. They haven’t won a Super Bowl...
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Earl Wolff passes Nate Allen for starting safety position

The Philadelphia Eagles placed safety Earl Wolff with the first team on Wednesday, while dropping fellow safety Nate Allen down to the second team. Wolff has an opportunity to lock up a starting job next to Michael Jenkins.  He has been solid and consistent and 'made plays through the first four days of camp,' via CBS Sports. Wolff played in 11 games in 2013 with 45...
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LeSean McCoy Says “He Owns” The Dallas Cowboys

LeSean McCoy is the self-proclaimed best running back on the planet, so he’s allowed to talk a little smack.  McCoy set off a pipe bomb before going to do an interview with Michael Irvin when he screamed out that “he owns the Cowboys.” LeSean McCoy walking over to do interview with Michael Irvin, turned back to some fans and said, "I own Dallas." — Jimmy Kempski...
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Chris Maragos says 2013 Seahawks wanted no part of Philadelphia Eagles

Now this is interesting. When the Philadelphia Eagles signed safety Chris Maragos in March they knew they were getting an experienced special teams expert, fresh off championship experience with the Seattle Seahawks. What they may not have known is they’d get a surprise inside bit of information: According to Maragos, the Eagles were the team that the eventual Super bowl champions...
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Female Friday: Meet LeSean McCoy’s sizzling drama queen baby mama

If you missed Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy’s Twitter feud with his ex Steph last January, you missed out on quite a scene. We’ll spare you the gory details but you can always find these things online if you care to look. Google is amazing after all. We have no interest in whether or not Shady’s baby mama is a lying gold digger, or if McCoy really has the clap...
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Malcolm Jenkins’ leadership already paying off for Philadelphia Eagles

The Philadelphia Eagles secondary in 2013 was a mess, lacking identity, leadership, and aside from improved play from cornerback Brandon Boykins, they struggled to hold their own. Early on in training camp, recently signed free agent Malcom Jenkins is already showing his worth. Jenkins signed a three year/ $16.25 million deal to come in and replace the void left by former safety...
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LeSean McCoy is quicker, leaner after putting down ‘Doritos and sauce’

Philadelphia Eagles RB LeSean McCoy led the league and rushed for a career-high 1,607 yards last season. The elusive rusher thrived in Chip Kelly’s offense and continued to do what he does best—making would-be tacklers miss in the open field. He’s been working out hard during the offseason, and has lost roughly five pounds which he thinks will help improve his quickness (via...
Via The Sports Daily
18 hours ago  |  Discuss

Eagles Camp 2014: Highlights and happenings from Day 6

  #186736380 / The first week of camp is nearly in the books for the Eagles and the progress is showing already. On Wednesday, the secondary nabbed four interceptions. There were two more on Thursday for the Eagles defense. Brandon Boykin made his second and DeMeco Ryans joined the party as well. This was also a day to address the offense as offensive coordinator...
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Chip Kelly wants to 'supersize' wide receiver corps

If there was one thing that could be taken away with hindsight from the DeSean Jackson drama, is that the receiver may not been big enough for what the team expects to happen this upcoming season. Philadelphia coach Chip Kelly has insisted that letting go of the big play threat wasn't personal, and maybe on some level it was, however, the personnel the coach has added dictates...
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Philadelphia Eagles training camp outlook

Philadelphia Eagles Training Camp At the moment, the sports world is at a lull. The hype of the World Cup and Germany’s victory is beginning to pass, unless you are from Germany. Free agency in the NBA has calmed down after “The King’s” departure from Miami and Carmelo’s anti-climatic resigning with the Knicks. But have no fear, football training camp is here. The 2014...
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Eagles Rookie WR Matthews Earning Shot At 1st Team

Eagles rookie receiver Jordan Matthews has been dominating the second-team defense, and beat reporter Sheil Kapadia thinks he's ready for a test against the first team.Fantasy Spin:Matthews reportedly looked like the best receiver on the team during spring practices and has continued to impress during camp. He may surpass Jeremy Maclin as the team's No. 1 receiver even if...
Via Fantasy Football Champs
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Eagles Camp 2014, Day 5: Secondary has banner day

  #450277401 / In the first few days of Eagles camp, there was one noticeable missing part to secondary drills: no interceptions. On Wednesday, there were plenty of them. The secondary picked up four interceptions in Wednesday’s practice, two by new safety Malcolm Jenkins. "That was great to see," DeMeco Ryans said. "It was great to see people...
Via Eagledelphia
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Vick: I didn’t lose my job to Foles

Jets quarterback Michael Vick claims he didn’t lose his starting job to Nick Foles last year. “I didn’t lose the job to Foles. I got hurt and Nick took advantage of that,” Vick told ESPN’s Josina Anderson. I guess it’s all about perception. var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; Loading... ...
Via Pro Football Zone
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Chip Kelly says DeSean Jackson 'was getting man on his side' and didn't open up offense

When Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly released wide receiver DeSean Jackson, many believed their offense would suffer in 2014 due to the absence of Jackson's speed. The train of thought was Jackson’s speed would be hard to replace and that he opened things up for the receiving corps. Kelly said with confidence that the passing game can continue to run smoothly without...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss
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