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T.O. returns to football, on the cover of Madden

The last great alternative to the primary NFL video game franchise had Terrell Owens on the cover. The latest installment of the only remaining NFL video game franchise has Terrell Owens on the cover. Yes, T.O. will be on the cover of Madden 19, wearing a Cowboys uniform. They’re calling it the “Hall of Fame [more]

Eagles sign LB Kyle Wilson

The Eagles linebacking corps got shaken up this week when Paul Worrilow tore his ACL in practice and Mychal Kendricks was released. The team announced the addition of a new player to the group on Thursday. Kyle Wilson has been signed to the team after trying out during their recent rookie minicamp. Wilson went undrafted [more]

John Dorsey on Nick Foles report: We’re excited about Tyrod Taylor

A report this week indicated that the Browns took a run at trading for Super Bowl LII MVP Nick Foles this offseason, but found themselves looking elsewhere for a quarterback when the Eagles passed on the deal after running it by Foles. Browns General Manager John Dorsey was asked about that report on Wednesday and [more]

Jeffrey Lurie says he’s proud of Eagles players for “working to influence positive change”

Eagles players Malcolm Jenkins and Chris Long released statements earlier Wednesday, strongly criticizing the NFL’s new national anthem policy. Jenkins said owners thwarted “the players’ constitutional rights to express themselves and use our platform to draw attention to social injustices like racial inequality in our country.” Long accused owners of reacting to a “fear of [more]

Malcolm Jenkins: New anthem policy “will not . . . silence me”

One of the players at the forefront of the movement that spawned protests during the national anthem (and who remains gainfully employed despite his activism) has spoken out in response to Wednesday’s effort by owners to take the anthem issue off the table. “What NFL owners did today was thwart the players’ constitutional rights to [more]

Nick Foles’ new deal with Eagles pays big if he plays big

Not only did the Eagles not send Nick Foles to the Browns, they set up his new deal to pay him if he ends up playing a significant amount for them. According to Field Yates of ESPN, the restructured deal pays Foles more based on the number of snaps he plays and the team’s success. [more]

Eagles insist White House invitation won’t divide locker room

The Eagles organization accepted an invitation to the White House, but how many players will go? Chris Long and Malcolm Jenkins already said they wouldn’t attend. Carson Wentz, though, said he tentatively plans on taking the trip. “I know for me, personally, if the team decides as a whole, most guys want to go or [more]

Report: Eagles turned down trade with Browns, who offered 35th pick for Nick Foles

The Browns wanted Nick Foles, offering the 35th overall pick to the Eagles for the Super Bowl LII MVP, Mike Silver of NFL Media reports. The Eagles presented the deal to Foles, who said he would prefer to remain in Philadelphia. That started the dominoes falling another way. The Eagles reworked Foles’ deal, giving him [more]

Brian Dawkins leaves full-time role in Eagles’ front office

Brian Dawkins is leaving his full-time role in the Eagles’ front office, the team announced Tuesday. He will serve as a consultant for the team, while pursuing other endeavors including entrepreneurship and philanthropy. “I want to thank Jeffrey Lurie, Howie Roseman, Don Smolenski and coach Pederson for blessing me with the opportunity to return to [more]

Report: Paul Worrilow tore his ACL

Eagles linebacker Paul Worrilow was carted off the field during Tuesday’s practice with an air cast on his left knee and the diagnosis is a bad one for the recent addition to the Philly roster. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Worrilow has been diagnosed with a torn ACL. The injury would knock him out [more]

Doug Pederson downplays Michael Bennett’s absence from OTAs

Coaches can’t say much when it comes to players skipping offseason workouts. And so they usually don’t. On Tuesday, Eagles coach Doug Pederson didn’t say much about veteran defensive lineman Michael Bennett missing the first day of OTAs, as Bennett makes his adjustment to a new franchise. “I really don’t have any concern going forward [more]

Report: Eagles release Mychal Kendricks

It was not a good day for Philadelphia linebackers. Paul Worrilow was carted off during Tuesday’s practice with an apparent knee injury. Now comes word that the Eagles will move on from Mychal Kendricks. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports the team has released Kendricks. It was not an unexpected move as Kendricks was scheduled to count [more]

Carson Wentz is back on the field, but not participating in OTAs

Fewer than six months ago, Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz tore an ACL. With Eagles fans everywhere wondering whether he’ll be ready for Week One (and some of them perhaps secretly hoping he won’t be, so that Nick Foles can take a proper victory lap for winning Super Bowl LII), Wentz was back on the practice [more]

Paul Worrilow carted off at Eagles practice

Practices during the OTA phase of offseason workouts aren’t full contact, but injuries can still happen and the Eagles got a reminder of that on Tuesday. According to multiple reports from Philadelphia, linebacker Paul Worrilow has been carted off the field after suffering an apparent knee injury. Worrilow went down after colliding with another defender [more]

Michael Bennett and Darren Sproles absent as Eagles start OTAs

The Eagles have their first Organized Team Activity of the offseason on Monday and a couple of veteran members of the team aren’t on hand for the voluntary practice. Head coach Doug Pederson said that defensive lineman Michael Bennett and running back Darren Sproles are the only two players who opted not to report for [more]

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