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Ron Jaworski: Eagles Locker Room “Shattered” After Recent Moves

After the last 48 hours, in which Philadelphia Eagles traded LeSean McCoy, cut Trent Cole, Cary Williams, and Todd Herremans, and have yet to re-sign Jeremy Maclin and Brandon Graham, many wonder in what direction the franchise is headed. Some of those people include current Eagles players. Ron Jaworski said on 97.5 the Fanatic that these very players, who […]

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Two Eagles OLBs Headed Out the Door

The Philadelphia Eagles appeared to be preparing for a big run in free agency after releasing veterans Todd Herremans yesterday and Cary Williams this morning; that appearance turned into reality this afternoon, as they decided to release long-time pass rusher Trent Cole and allow former first-round pick Brandon Graham to test free agency. Cole will […]

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Eagles Analysis: Two Position Battles to Watch on Defense

By Karina Styles Coming off a surprise playoff appearance last season in Chip Kelly’s inaugural year, there are high expectations for the Philadelphia Eagles in 2014. They are hoping to once again win their division and maybe advance a little bit farther in the playoffs. While there are plenty of players locked into their positions, there […]

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Xs and Os: Eagles-Saints Wild Card Round Preview and Prediction

Fantasy Watch: LeSean McCoy (PHI) and Jimmy Graham (NO) It is fair to say that the Eagles will have a huge mismatch in the run game. The Saints are porous against the run, ranked 28th in yards per carry allowed (4.6), starting with their front three; disregard defensive end Cameron Jordan, who made the Pro […]

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Who Balled & Who Stalled: Eagles Beat Cowboys 24-22, Win NFC East Title

Wow. What a way to end the NFL’s regular season. The Philadelphia Eagles (10-6) outlasted their rivals, the Dallas Cowboys (8-8), on Sunday Night Football 24-22. Thanks to big games from the secondary and LeSean McCoy (131 yards rushing, 1 receiving touchdown), the Eagles have won the NFC East crown and win host a playoff […]

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Eagles-Cowboys Matchup Analysis: Who Has the Edge At Each Position?

This Sunday, the Philadelphia Eagles (9-6) will travel to Jerry’s World to take on the Dallas Cowboys (8-7) in a game that will decide the NFC East title and each team’s playoff status. The winner will take the division and play at least one home playoff game; if the Eagles win, they will be the […]

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Instant Analysis: Eagles 54, Bears 11

In game that was supposed to be “meaningless,” the Philadelphia Eagles put the hurt on the Chicago Bears at Lincoln Financial Field, winning 54-11 on Sunday Night Football. Here are my instant observations from tonight’s game: Cary Williams and Bradley Fletcher are a lot better than we sometimes give them credit for. Even against two […]

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Xs and Os: Eagles-Bears Week 16 Preview and Prediction

Playoff Implications: Bears (8-6) @ Eagles (8-6) This game has huge implications for the NFC playoff picture. The Bears lead the NFC North, but only by .5 a game over the Packers and 1 game over the Lions. The Eagles lead the NFC East, but only by a game over the Cowboys who they play […]

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Who Balled & Who Stalled: Eagles Week 6 vs Buccaneers

In Nick Foles’ first start of the season, the Philadelphia Eagles (3-3) improved to .500 with a 31-20 over the reeling Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-5). Despite seeming porous at times, the Birds defense made plays when it had to and the offense put more than enough points on the board to secure a much-needed win. […]

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Projecting the Philadelphia Eagles’ 53-Man Roster

These are our official projections for the Eagles’ 53-man roster. This article will continually be updated, so check back every day or so, and the changes will be in red. QBs (3): Michael Vick, Nick Foles, Matt Barkley The first two are fairly obvious: the Eagles ARE NOT going to cut Michael Vick, the most […]

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Philadelphia Eagles: 3 Things to Watch vs New England Besides the QB Battle

1. Trent Cole, Brandon Graham The Philadelphia Eagles are making the switch from 4-3 to 3-4, so the position to watch: outside linebacker. Their roles have changed the most, and the guys to watch are pass rushers Trent Cole and Brandon Graham. Cole has been a top-flight defensive end (71 sacks in eight seasons with […]

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Philadelphia Eagles Release First Unofficial Depth Chart

Many people were looking forward to seeing the Eagles’ first unofficial depth chart; unfortunately, few questions were answered. Here it is, straight from the team in their Patriots-Eagles press release: OFFENSE QB: 1) Michael Vick/Nick Foles, 2) Matt Barkley, 3) Dennis Dixon, 4) GJ Kinne RB: 1) LeSean McCoy, 2) Bryce Brown, 3) Chris Polk, 4) Felix […]

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