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Life Imitates...Eagles Borrowing a Brain Damaged Bald Eagle for Their Home Games

The Philadelphia Eagles are borrowing a brain and eye damaged bald eagle for home games. [Crossing Broad]Noah is a 13-year-old bald eagle that is in the possession of the Elmwood Park Zoo by the authority of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. At just 8 weeks old he suffered an 80 ft fall that left him with permanent brain and eye injuries. He spent several years in a rehabilitation...
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Why isn’t rookie wide receiver Josh Huff on the field for the Philadelphia Eagles?

It seems like a perfectly obvious solution to me. When one wide receiver is playing bad and you have another good one on your bench, you make a substitution. Try telling that to Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly, though. Even though Riley Cooper is performing worse than any other receiver in the NFL, he continues to see significant playing time. Meanwhile, rookie Josh Huff...
Via cover32 - Eagles
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Fantasy Outlook for Nick Foles and LeSean McCoy

This article was contributed by Emile Velocovic. Any way you slice it, Week 4 of the NFL regular season did not go exactly as planned for the Philadelphia Eagles. They were unable to really get anything going against the San Francisco 49ers, and fans of the franchise were certainly frustrated. In fantasy football, people are starting to actually panic in regards to the play of Nick...

Eagles Sign LB Jake Knott To Practice Squad

The Philadelphia Eagles have signed linebacker Jake Knott and tackle Kevin Graf to the practice squad after releasing linebacker Brandon Hepburn and lineman Tyler Hoover. #Eagles sign T Kevin Graf, LB Jake Knott to practice squad, release LB Brandon Hepburn, OL Tyler Hoover. Knott served 4-game PED suspension — Martin Frank (@Mfranknfl) October 1, 2014 Knott's PED suspension...
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Philadelphia Eagles: The struggles of McCoy

There’s no secret that Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy’s productivity is down. Few other than he expected an exact repeat of last year’s rushing title effort, but to be placed 46th out of 48 in yards per carry among those with 20 or more carries was not expected either. Through 4 games, McCoy is producing at less than half of what he was at this point last season...
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Time for the Philadelphia Eagles to Panic?

Is it time for the Philadelphia Eagles to panic? No, probably not just yet. Should they be worried? In a word, yes. On October 2, 2011 the Philadelphia Eagles took a 20-3 halftime lead into the locker room at Lincoln Financial field against the visiting San Francisco 49ers. In the second half, they slowly and painfully watched that lead evaporate, eventually losing the game 24-23...
Via Football Extra Points
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Eagles’ Embarrassing Loss To 49ers: What The Talking Heads Won’t Tell You

Hey Eagles Addicts, this is a guest article written by a die-hard Eagles fan who has a strong desire to become a sports writer.  Please welcome Rob Kelly, he may become a regular contributor to the site! AP Photo Eagles’ Embarrassing Loss To 49ers: What The Talking Heads Won’t Tell You By Rob Kelly If you are an Eagles Addict or a long suffering Eagles fan you know how to watch...
Via Eagles Addict
1 day ago  |  Discuss

It’s time for Eagles head coach Chip Kelly to put Riley Cooper on the bench

A couple of weeks ago I asked a sort of tongue-in-cheek question in a column: is Riley Cooper the worst wide receiver in the NFL? At the time Cooper was playing pretty bad and Pro Football Focus had him graded lower than anybody else at his position. I wrote it off as a slump that he was bound to snap out of, but since then Cooper’s play has only gotten worse and he’s once again...
Via cover32 - Eagles
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Total failing by the Philadelphia Eagles’offense costs game against the San Francisco 49ers (VIDEO)

Nick Foles and the Philadelphia Eagles offense could get nothing going against the San Francisco 49ers. With the many  questions surrounding what this Philadelphia Eagles team is and what it isn’t heading into the fourth game of the season, there was never a question about the offense. The 3-0 start showed that, regardless of the start, the Birds would and could generate points...
Via Philly Sports Muse
2 days ago  |  Discuss

There is absolutely no reason to be worried about the Philadelphia Eagles

The Philadelphia Eagles weren’t supposed to win in San Francisco yesterday. They were coming off a tough, emotionally draining division win, and traveling across the country to play a supposedly pissed of 49er team that dropped two straight. And yet there they were, down six points late in the fourth quarter, with first-and-goal from the six yard-line, in position to win the game...
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LeSean McCoy ‘embarrassed’ about team’s performance after loss

Eagles RB LeSean McCoy led the league in rushing last season. But after racking up just 17 yards on the ground in Sunday's loss to the 49ers, he wasn't too happy about the team's performance. "I'm embarrassed," he said. "It sucks. We had so many plays we could have made but we didn't. I thought we were going to pull it off like usual,"...
Via The Sports Daily
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Jeremy Maclin makes incredible catch (GIF)

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Jeremy Maclin made an incredible catch on a fourth quarter offensive drive during Sunday's game in San Francisco. On 3rd and 14, Maclin laid out and got his left hand on the ball, then cradled it underneath him while staying in bounds to make a first down and keep the Eagles drive alive.The Eagles drove down to the 1-yard line, but couldn'...
Via Holdout Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Instant Analysis: Philadelphia Eagles come up short to San Francisco

The Philadelphia Eagles (3-1) came up short on Sunday, losing to the San Francisco 49ers (2-2)—the 26-21 final score felt much closer than the actual game. All 21 of Philadelphia’s points came on special teams and defense, as the offense could never establish any sort of rhythm until late in the fourth quarter. Game notes: The Philadelphia offense fell uncharacteristically stagnant...
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Watch: Jeremy Maclin makes amazing diving one-handed catch

Jeremy Maclin did the unthinkable on third-and-14 to keep a Philadelphia Eagles’ fourth-quarter drive alive during their Week 4 matchup against the San Francisco 49ers. With the Eagles trailing 26-21 and just under four minutes remaining in the game, Maclin stretched out for a pass along the sidelines and made a spectacular one-handed grab with his left hand between two defenders...
Via The Sports Daily
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Eagles players awakened by fire alarm in San Francisco

The Philadelphia Eagles had some issues at their hotel (California) early Sunday morning. reported Sunday that the fire alarm went off at the Eagles’ hotel in San Francisco at about 2:30 a.m. PT. Philly and the 49ers are set to square off Sunday afternoon at Levi’s Stadium. Kickoff for the game is scheduled for 1:25 PT — roughly 11 hours after the alarm sounded. Some...
3 days ago  |  Discuss
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