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Report: Jeremy Maclin to Reunite with Andy Reid

According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, Jeremy Maclin will be the latest offensive star to leave the Bird Nest, as he will be re-uniting with Andy Reid in Kansas City: The Eagles' wild ride will continue: Jeremy Maclin plans to reunite with Andy Reid in Kansas City once free agent market opens Tuesday. — Chris Mortensen […]

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Report: Eagles Will Bring Back Jeremy Maclin

On a day in which they signed Frank Gore, Byron Maxwell, and Mark Sanchez, it seems the Eagles may have one move left in them: wide receiver Jeremy Maclin. According to 97.5 the Fanatic hosts Jon Marks and Sean Brace, the team will also be announcing the return of now-free agent Maclin tonight. Hearing from a source […]

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5 Most Pleasant Surprises for 2014 Philadelphia Eagles

The Philadelphia Eagles’ 2014 season was marked by inconsistency; after starting 7-2, the team went 3-4 down the stretch to miss the playoffs despite reaching ten wins for the second straight year under Chip Kelly. While there were many disappointments, especially at the quarterback position, this year’s team was full of pleasant surprises. Here are […]

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2013 Eagles: Loss to the Saints and Season in Review

It was more than most expected.  It was probably more than I realistically expected.  At the beginning of the season I had said the Birds would go 9-7 and maybe sneak into the playoffs, but I knew that their full potential would probably be needed for my very optimistic opinion to come true. Many though […]

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Philadelphia Eagles Week 1 Injury Report

Last year was definitely an injury plagued year for the Philadelphia Eagles, but this year they look to turn things around. To kick off the season they play against their division rival, the Washington Redskins. Many Eagles’ fans are hoping this can be similar to the last Monday Night game against Washington where Michael Vick […]

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3 Effects of Jeremy Maclin’s Torn ACL for the Eagles

The Philadelphia Eagles received devastating news Saturday afternoon, hearing that wide receiver Jeremy Maclin, who left practice with an apparent knee injury, had indeed tore his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). This injury will likely sideline Maclin for the entire 2013 season. For a new coach and a new system that could have used a player […]

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Philadelphia Eagles, Wideout Jeremy Maclin Begin Contract Negotiations

The Philadelphia Eagles have a lot of questions heading into training camp, especially who Chip Kelly will name the team’s starting quarterback, but one question they do not want to have is whether wide receiver Jeremy Maclin will be on the team past 2013 or not. Zach Berman of the Philadelphia Inquirer wrote in a […]

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Projecting the Philadelphia Eagles Offensive Starters Post-OTAs

Organized Team Activities (OTAs) are over, and due to the Michael Vick and Cary Williams soap operas, a lot of interesting, noteworthy performances flew under the radar. Now that the smoke has cleared and the Philadelphia Eagles are off as a team for over a month, let’s look at where the team stands offensively. Quarterback: […]

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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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Who Balled & Who Stalled: Grading the Eagles’ Week 16 Loss

The Philadelphia Eagles (4-11) may have lost once again on Sunday, 27-20 to the Washington Redskins, but this loss was different. For one, the Eagles showed some heart and resiliency in the fourth quarter when a 27-13 game seemed over. Secondly, it was a very, very good learning experience for some of the younger guys […]

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Who Balled & Who Stalled: Grading Eagles’ Week 14 Win Over Tampa

Before Sunday, the last time the Philadelphia Eagles had won was September 30th. Between then and this week, someone broke the sound barrier without machine help, Barack Obama was re-elected, and Hurricane Sandy ravaged the East Coast of the country. Finally, however, after seventy days, the Eagles reign victorious. After blowing a third-quarter lead and […]

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Who Balled & Who Stalled: Eagles-Cowboys Week 13 Grades and Analysis

Will it ever stop? The Philadelphia Eagles’ (3-9) losing streak was stretched to eight in a 38-33 loss to the rival Dallas Cowboys on Sunday Night Football. With Andy Reid’s seat near boiling temperature, it is inevitable to see a situation where he doesn’t join several of his former assistant coaches—Juan Castillo and Jim Washburn—in […]

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