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Chip Kelly responds to Cary Williams blasting his practice structure

Eagles cornerback Cary Williams made it clear that he’s not happy with the way head coach Chip Kelly has his team practice. Kelly was asked asked about Williams’ comments today. “He was frustrated and I understand that. Cary is a competitor and I have no issues with Cary,” said Kelly, via I’m sure Kelly already had a talk with Williams. var ACE_AR...
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Eagles Fans Fulfill Philly Stereotype By Fighting In The Stands

Philadelphia Eagles fans fulfilled the city's stereotype about fighting by starting a brawl in the stands during the game vs. the Redskins.
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Starting center for Eagles could be out up to eight weeks after surgery

The Philadelphia Eagles offensive line was already banged up heading into yesterday’s game with Washington. Lane Johnson is serving a suspension for PEDs, Allen Barbre has an ankle sprain, and Evan Mathis has a torn up knee. Now the situation has gotten a whole lot worse all of the sudden. According to Around the NFL, Eagles center Jason Kelce will undergo surgery for a sports...
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Cary Williams critical of Chip Kelly’s practice routine after 3-0 start

Most people would look at the Philadelphia Eagles, see that they are off to a 3-0 start and tell Chip Kelly to keep doing whatever it is he has been doing this season. Cary Williams isn’t most people, which is why the Eagles corner found a way to complain after his team beat the Washington […]
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Philadelphia Eagles experience another huge blow to their offensive line

The Philadelphia Eagles cannot get a win in the injury report. They are 3-0 on the season but they are 0-4 on starting offensive lineman with injuries. The latest news is center Jason Kelce reportedly needs surgery to repair a hernia and will miss up to 6-8 weeks. This is a unit that was already […] The post Philadelphia Eagles experience another huge blow to their offensive line...
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Eagles’ Emmanuel Acho trolls DeSean Jackson on Twitter

Eagles linebacker Emmanuel Acho trolled his former teammate DeSean Jackson after Sunday’s game against the Redskins. Well… #FlyEaglesFly — Emmanuel Acho (@thEMANacho) September 21, 2014 As you can see Jackson wanted no part of Sunday’s brawl. var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; ...
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Eagles’ Cary Williams rips Chip Kelly’s practice routine

Despite a big win over the Redskins on Sunday, Eagles cornerback Cary Williams ripped the way head coach Chip Kelly has planned his practices. “I’m burnt out. Burnt out. I’m not the only guy that feels burnt out,” Williams said. “I’m just a guy that’s man enough to stand up for players and just say that we’re burnt out. “My legs hurt. My legs were done in the fourth...
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After three weeks there are only 3 perfect teams and 3 un-perfect teams

If you would have guessed at the beginning of the season that the Arizona Cardinals with Drew Stanton as their quarterback, the Cincinnati Bengals losing both their offensive coordinator and defensive coordinator and the Philadelphia Eagles who lost Desean Jackson would be the only three unbeaten teams in the NFL, you are a lot better […] The post After three weeks there are only...
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The Eagles need to get rid of Cary Williams right now

If you can’t be happy when your team is undefeated and just won over a division rival, then odds are you can’t be happy at all in the NFL. Such is the case for Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Cary Williams, who said something inconceivably stupid in his post game press conference after yesterday’s win over Washington: “It’s being exhausted, It’s exhausted from practices...
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Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Emmanuel Acho punks DeSean Jackson on Twitter

During the fourth quarter of the Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Redskins game yesterday Nick Foles took a cheap shot from Sam Baker which turned into a scrum between the two teams. Jason Peters fought off at least four Redskins players on his own and was eventually ejected along with Baker. One guy who did not jump into the fray was DeSean Jackson. If he thought that he could...
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Nick Foles, Eagles make NFL history with win over Redskins

Just call them the Cardiac Birds. On Sunday, the Eagles rallied from an early deficit to narrowly defeat the rival Redskins, 37-34, at Lincoln Financial Field. For the third week in a row, Philadelphia battled back from a 10-plus point deficit. For the third week in a row, they escaped with the W. Not good for a fan's blood pressure. Good enough for the record books. https...
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Cary Williams critical of Chip Kelly after Eagles' win

The Philadelphia Eagles are 3-0 on the season, running teams out the building in the second half of games, but apparently, Cary Williams believes the Eagles do too much running. The veteran Eagles cornerback was salty after DeSean Jackson torched him for an 81-yard touchdown.  Despite his team showing grit in another come from behind victory, Williams wasn’t interested in talking...
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Video: Brawl ensues between Redskins and Eagles players after cheap shot on Foles

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles took plenty of hits in his team’s game against Washington on Sunday. But one unnecessary shot set off a brawl among several players at Lincoln Financial Field. With the score tied at 27 and Philly in possession, Foles sailed a pass that appeared to be picked off in the secondary. Just as the play concluded and Foles was pulling up, Redskins...
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Cheap shot on Nick Foles leads to Eagles-Redskins fight

Tied at 27 early in the fourth quarter, Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles threw an ill-timed interception that was returned deep into their territory by the Washington Redskins. The interception was later overturned, but that’s not the story here.  Taking exception to a late hit on Foles, who remained down on the play, the Eagles went blow to blow in a fight with the division...
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The real reason why the Philadelphia Eagles dumped DeSean Jackson

When the Philadelphia Eagles cut wide receiver DeSean Jackson in March it was an earth-shattering event in the NFL. Initially there were some reports that the cut was made due to Jackson’s alleged gang ties in his hometown of Compton. Jackson denied this at the time and claimed that his hand signals on the field were not gang signs. “@ProFootballTalk: DeSean Jackson: I don'...
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