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Tag Archives: Jeffrey Lurie

POLL: Who is most responsible for Eagles front office turmoil?

With the firing of Tom Gamble, many Eagles fans are concerned about discord within the Philadelphia front office. So, we here at Khandyman Sports want to know: who do you look at as the prime culprit? Jeffrey Lurie: Many, including Geoff Mosher, cite Lurie’s toxic management structure as the reason for so much turnover in […]

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Eagles Part Ways with VP Tom Gamble: What It Means

According to various media reports, including the one below from ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, the 10-6 Philadelphia Eagles have ousted Vice President of Player Personnel Tom Gamble three days after the season ended. The Eagles have fired Tom Gamble, VP of player personnel. It may be announced as “parting ways” with Gamble but it is what […]

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Eagles Work Out QB Geno Smith, Jeffrey Lurie Observes

The Philadelphia Eagles have confirmed that the team worked out quarterback Geno Smith in Morgantown, West Virginia on Monday. Head Coach Chip Kelly, General Manager Howie Roseman and Owner Jeffrey Lurie were in attendence. Teams are known to work out players in the draft as doing their due dillegence. But when the owner is in […]

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Chip Kelly Spurns Eagles, Staying at Oregon

He had his chance, but Oregon Ducks head coach Chip Kelly will stay at Oregon. ESPN’s NFL Insider Adam Schefter reported the news late Sunday night: Chip Kelly turned down a chance to go to the NFL and to returned to Oregon, according to sources. Considered Eagles but stayed at Oregon. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) […]

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Eagles, Lurie Meet Chip Kelly For 12-Hour Marathon in Phoenix

The Philadelphia Eagles and Chip Kelly met for 12 hours today in Phoenix during what was supposed to be a 4-hour meeting, causing Kelly to miss his meeting with the Cleveland Browns. Kelly, who was rumored to be close to a deal with Cleveland Friday night, met with Lurie from noon to midnight. Either these […]

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Chip Kelly Close to Deal With Browns, Spurns Eagles

Less than 24 hours removed from a decisive Fiesta Bowl win over the Kansas State Wildcats, Oregon Ducks head coach Chip Kelly is reportedly “close” to a deal with the Browns. Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reported the news Friday evening: BREAKING: Chip Kelly is close to a deal to become the #Browns coach, according to […]

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Bill O’Brien to Stay At Penn State, Says No to Eagles

Cross Bill O’Brien off all Philadelphia Eagles head coaching lists. Per several reports, O’Brien has chose to remain at Penn State for his second year as Nittany Lions’ head man. Interviewed with the Eagles and Browns, but will stay with PSU. — Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) January 4, 2013 Before jumping into the implications of this […]

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10-Step Process to Rebuilding the Philadelphia Eagles By 2013

The Philadelphia Eagles (4-12) are in a rut with no “bright light” at the end of the proverbial tunnel. They have aging superstars, failing schemes, and a lack of young talent caused by poor draft after poor draft. But not all hope is lost. The Eagles have the building blocks in place to start rebuilding […]

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Andy Reid Out As Eagles Head Coach

Per a report by NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport, Andy Reid is out as the Philadelphia Eagles’ head coach. Rapoport said that he and Jeffrey Lurie met Friday and Reid was informed that he would be fired after today’s game against the New York Giants. Although Lurie denies these rumors, the official announcement did indeed come today: […]

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2012 Year In Review: Philadelphia Eagles

The last 12 months have been torturous as a Philadelphia Eagles fan. When the Eagles beat Washington on January 1st, 2012, Week 17 of the 2011-2012 NFL season, to improve to 8-8, everyone thought things were only going to get better. After a poor 4-8 start, the Eagles made some adjustments and finished the year […]

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Relax, Eagles Fans, Andy Reid Won’t Return in 2013

After the Philadelphia Eagles (4-9) picked up their first win in 70 days against Tampa Bay, 23-21, the fanatic chants continued: “No, this means Andy Reid is coming back!”. “Reid’s coming back. I can just feel it”. People of the great city of Philadelphia, relax. Andrew Walter Reid will not be the Eagles’ head coach […]

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Eagles Fall Again: Lack of Heart and Motivation Drive Failure

The NFL season is at it’s midpoint, and for the second year in a row, our very own Philadelphia Eagles are towards the bottom of the pack. It has gotten so bad that many people have lost all interest to the team that used to own the city. It is never a good thing when […]

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