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Charlie College: Professors are secret to Eagles success

When you think of college ties in the NFL, you think of the many colleges and universities across America that sent athletes to the highest level of football. You think of coaches who also go from making adjustments and building a program every four years to bidding for Super Bowls. You may even think of alumni, not of a college but to a team, the way that Duce Staley and Tra Thomas...
Via Eagledelphia
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Big Play Breakdown: Eagles at Colts

The Eagles needed another second-half comeback to pull off their second win of the season. This one involved much more drama and a lot of critical plays late in the game. Darren Sproles stole the show, but it was Malcolm Jenkins and Nick Foles adding their own key plays to the film this week.  Here is this week's big play breakdown. Darren Sproles 19-yard touchdown run - video...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Eagles' defense fresh in 2nd half of games

PHILADELPHIA (AP) The Philadelphia Eagles' up-tempo offense, which is wearing down opposing defenses, may be helping their defense. In their first two games, the Eagles have allowed 34 first-half points in wins over Jacksonville and Indianapolis. In the second half, the same defense has allowed just 10 points. The Eagles came back to win both, becoming the first team in NFL...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Darren Sproles electrifies, ignites Philadelphia Eagles to comeback victory over Indianapolis Colts (GIFs)

Two words say almost everything you need to know about the Philadelphia Eagles’ 30-27 comeback victory to defeat the Indianapolis Colts on Monday Night Football: Darren. Sproles. Can we talk about what an incredible pickup the former Saints running back was for the Eagles? Not only have Sproles’ performances been outstanding in and of themselves, he has provided a spark at just...
Via Philly Sports Muse
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Eagles make right calls in 30-27 win over Colts

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Philadelphia made all the right calls Monday night. In the end, Andrew Luck and the Colts made too many mistakes. The Eagles turned two second-half turnovers, including an inexplicable late interception of Luck, into 14 points and eventually made a 36-yard field goal as time expired to beat the Colts 30-27. ''I just saw the ball and went for that. Sometimes...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Eagles Rally In 2nd-Half For Second Straight Week To Beat Colts 30-27

Cory Parkey converted a 36-yard field goal as time expired to give the Philadelphia Eagles a come-from-behind victory for the second straight week in a 30-27 win over the Indianapolis Colts. The Eagles again rallied from a double-digit second half deficit to dump the Colts Monday night. The Eagles move to 2-0 with the victory while the Colts fall to 0-2. With the Colts leading 27...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Wild ride sees Philadelphia Eagles land on top in opener against Jacksonville Jaguars

Chip: ‘I booed myself’ It was truly a tale of first halves. The first half was a nightmare; the second half, a revelation. Seriously, weren’t they playing Jacksonville? Why were the Philadelphia Eagles such a mess? In the opening quarters of the game, Foles was unsteady, holding the ball too long. The confidence of last season seemed to elude him. His first half achievements...
Via Philly Sports Muse
13 days ago  |  Discuss

5 concerns facing Eagles in 2014

No football season goes without obstacles to overcome. The Eagles will certainly face their fair share. Coming off a successful first season under Chip Kelly, the Eagles will face a difficult schedule and many other challenges. Here are five challenges the Eagles will have overcome during the season that could cause concern. Wide Receivers: Between two rookie receivers and a veteran...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

Debunking the “missing piece” and “X-Factor” theories as Eagles take on Jags…

The hype is understandable. Eagles fans are desperate for a safety who can line his guys up and provide leadership in the secondary. Malcolm Jenkins (#27) is labeled the “missing piece” in that scenario. And then there are the “X-Factors” whom Dave Spadaro of PE.com has designated as the Birds’ secret weapons: Nolan Carroll—nickel/dime CB, KR…. Brandon Graham— OLB…...
Via Eagles Eye
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Why the Philadelphia Eagles secondary may be much better than you think

Coming into this season the biggest question mark for the Philadelphia Eagles is its secondary. You have probably heard by now that Philly was not very good at defending the pass in 2013. In fact, no team gave up more passing yards per game in the NFL (289.8.) Over the offseason the Eagles signed safety Malcolm Jenkins in order to establish leadership for the unit, but it’s another...
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25 days ago  |  Discuss

Eagles looking for improvement in pass defense

PHILADELPHIA (AP) Ten of the 11 likely starters on the Philadelphia Eagles defense appear to be the same as the unit that finished 29th in the league in overall defense and last in the league in passing defense. So is the addition of free safety Malcolm Jenkins and the subtraction of Patrick Chung enough to make that big of a difference? According to coordinator Bill Davis it'...
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27 days ago  |  Discuss

Philadelphia Eagles training camp diary: Injury scare for key wide receiver

A full week of 2014 Philadelphia Eagles training camp has now been completed. Here’s the latest headlines coming out of Eagles camp: On Monday Jeremy Maclin had yet another injury scare and pulled himself out of practice. Matt Lombardo of NJ.com reported: “Midway through Monday’s practice Maclin, who missed all of last season with a torn ACL suffered early in training camp...
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August 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Jenkins has a voice in Eagles defense

The first interception of Eagles training camp came on Wednesday, when safety Malcolm Jenkins swiped a Mark Sanchez pass. Later in practice, Jenkins cut in front of a Nick Foles pass on a third and 2 for an interception that would have been returned for a touchdown had it been a Sunday afternoon at Lincoln Financial Field. As the Eagles' top free-agent target and the team'...
Via Pro Sports Daily
August 03, 2014  |  Discuss

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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August 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Eagles Camp 2014, Day 5: Secondary has banner day

  #450277401 / gettyimages.com 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...
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July 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Weekly Rewind: Why the Philadelphia Eagles won’t miss DeSean Jackson & more

Training camp for the Philadelphia Eagles has finally arrived! Get caught up on all the latest with this week’s top stories: Eagles Columns - Eagles look for special teams upgrade (READ) - Who will make the cut on the Eagles defensive line? (READ) - Malcolm Jenkins brings stability to secondary (READ) - 5 reasons the Eagles won’t miss DeSean Jackson (READ) - Are the Eagles...
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July 26, 2014  |  Discuss

New Eagle Jenkins knows thrill of victory

OF THE 32 NFL teams, 19 have won the Super Bowl. That's 59 percent. The Eagles, of course, live among the 41 percent that have not. Their last title was in 1960, against Green Bay, when Vince Lombardi was the coach of the Packers and not the namesake of the trophy they are chasing. Safety Malcolm Jenkins was acquired this offseason to close the most gaping hole in the Eagles...
Via Pro Sports Daily
July 24, 2014  |  Discuss

MALCOLM JENKINS COVERS CAPITAL STYLE MAGAZINE’S MEN’S ISSUE

Malcolm Jenkins fronts Capital Style magazine’s July/August Men’s Issue. The Philadelphia Eagles safety is among the NFL players who are well-versed in fashion. While playing with the New Orleans Saints, he created Rock Avenue Bow Ties. The brand offers a range of bow ties and pocket squares and aims educate the masses about the art of tying a bow tie.  The Capital Style...
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July 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Malcolm Jenkins brings stability to Eagles secondary

There are a lot of qualities that go into making a good free safety in the NFL. Speed, acceleration, agility, ball skills, leaping ability all play an important role, but the biggest one is awareness. A safety can have all of the athletic prowess in the world. If he gets caught napping for a fraction of a second or he misreads a deep route it will spell disaster for his defense nine...
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July 24, 2014  |  Discuss

What can Nick Foles bring to the Eagles this season?

When Chip Kelly brought his high-octane offense to the Philadelphia Eagles, people salivated over the prospect of quarterback Michael Vick spearheading the attack. The former number one overall pick with the speed of a wide receiver looked to be a natural fit in Kelly’s offense. However, after an injury in Week 5 last season, Vick never regained the starting job and is now with...
Via Pro Football Zone
July 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Malcolm in the Middle of Eagles preseason speculation…

I heard a remarkable statistic the other day, that the Eagles defense in 2013 was on the field 210 more total plays than any other team in the league. Can that stat be possibly true? Am I “mis-remembering” it? That would be the equivalent of two extra games that the defense had to play. Before I spend hours trying to look it up, let’s just say the Eagles defense in 2014 will...
Via Eagles Eye
July 20, 2014  |  Discuss

“Eagles defense is coming alive…” —words I long to hear more often in 2014…

There are times when you’re listening to Merrill Reese calling an Eagles game on the radio and things are not going so well— then you hear that unmistakable voice of Reese as he describes the turnaround moment in the fortune of the game: “The Eagles defense is coming alive!” Coming alive as a defense with a game-changing effect usualy means some choice moments of creating...
Via Eagles Eye
June 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Malcolm Jenkins says Eagles are Hardest Working Team in NFL

Safety Malcolm Jenkins spent the first five years of his NFL career with the Saints and Sean Payton. Now, he’s a member of Chip Kelly’s Philadelphia Eagles squad and he sees a difference in the way things are being run. Jenkins went as far as saying that “Chip Kelly has the Eagles working harder than anybody else.” Those are some bold words coming from a former member of...
Via Standing O Sports
June 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Malcolm Jenkins: Chip Kelly has us working harder than anyone

After five years with the Saints, Malcolm Jenkins signed with the Eagles this offseason. And he says coach Chip Kelly has the players in Philadelphia working harder than he worked in New Orleans — and harder than anyone works anywhere. Jenkins said on the Jim Rome Show that the Eagles are unique in their approach to Organized Team Activities. “I think we’ve worked harder...
Via Pro Sports Daily
June 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Malcolm Jenkins: Chip Kelly Has Eagles Working Harder Than Everybody else

Malcolm Jenkins is new to Chip Kelly’s way of doing things, but he’s quickly been turned into a believer.  The Former New Orleans Saints safety told Jim Rome that “Chip Kelly has the Eagles working harder than anybody else.” “I think we’ve worked harder than any team in the NFL,” said Jenkins. “I think we’ve gotten more reps and more exposure than any team in...
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June 07, 2014  |  Discuss
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